GREENBELT, Md. — It looks like there is a quarterback competition after all.
On a night when the Jets' first team offense looked flat, and Geno Smith looked even worse, third-stringer Bryce Petty did more than just prove he deserves to stick around.
He made a case for earning a fair shot at the backup role.
"Anybody can push anybody for any job," a terse Todd Bowles said of Petty's ability to challenge Smith for the No. 2 job, following their 22-18 road loss to the Redskins on Friday night.
The comments by the Jets coach came just six days after he told reporters there wasn't any change in his QB depth chart after the preseason opener against...