Geno Smith, the guy who's thrown 34 interceptions over the past two seasons, threw his first interception of training camp on Monday. That marked the end of a nine-practice streak without a pick, which of course is impressive by any quarterback's standards.
Unfortunately, Smith threw a second interception in the same practice, both of which were returned for touchdowns. One was picked by Darrelle Revis -- his first of camp -- and the other was intercepted by Marcus Williams.
The streak was so surprising to head coach Todd Bowles that he didn't know if his defensive backs could catch.
"I was starting to think they couldn't catch," Bowles said via ESPN.
Smith is listed as the No. 1 quarterback on the depth chart and is expected to be the starter for as long as he can hold onto the job. Performances like the one he had on Monday are the type of days that coaches don't want to see. According to Rich Cimini of ESPN, Smith completed just 15 of 26 passes and was sacked twice.
It's Smith's job to lose, but with the way he's played in the past, a change is never too far down the line.