Found September 24, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Jets take the win 23-20 and avoid catastrophe-- not dropping to 1-2 and losing to division foe Miami, and, for one more week, they have avoided the Tebow talk. Even with Sanchez's two picks.Also, both teams now have to worry about top players being hurt. Both Reggie Bush and Darrelle Revis were taken off the field and those are division changing injuries.1. The AFC East is wide open.After the surprising Patriots loss to the Arizona Cardinals last week it is anyone's division to take. The Bills are also in the hunt and the once super bowl favored Patriots are now in a fight to secure a playoff spot against their division foes. The Jets and Dolphins showed how evenly paired they are.Both teams had 13 drives, both ran 79 plays, The Jets managed to rack up 388 yards while the Dolphins came up with 381 it took a game winning field goal in overtime to decide a winner. Neither team stood out and we can expect division games to be like this all season long, unless Brady and comp...
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