Sure, a 0-16 record last season and a 1-31 mark dating back to 2016 likely don't add too many pages to the scrapbook.
Crowell, however, told the New York Post that he never knew his role in the offense on a week-to-week basis, thus contributing to his troubles.
"You just never knew," said the 25-year-old Crowell, who signed a three-year deal with New York in March.
"Sometimes it was [an every-down situation], sometimes it wasn't. You just never knew week in and week out. I felt like that was discouraging and annoying."
Crowell also said the constant losing got to him as well.
"It wasn't a good feeling. Nobody likes to lose," Crowell told the newspaper. "I'm a sore loser. I do whatever I can to win. It wasn't a good feeling."
The 5-foot-11, 225-pound Crowell has not missed a game since entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Alabama State in 2014.
Crowell started all 16 games in each of the last two seasons for Cleveland, rushing for a career-high 952 yards in 2016 while averaging 4.8 yards per carry and scoring seven touchdowns.
Last season, Crowell found the end zone only twice while rushing for 853 yards on 206 carries. Crowell has not been utilized much in the passing game, although he had 40 receptions in 2016.
Crowell likely will share time with Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire in the Jets' backfield.