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The Seattle Seahawks (6-4) beat the New York Jets (3-6) 28-7, this past Sunday at CentruyLink Field from Seattle, WA.
As soon as the Jets told media before this game saying they were going to make the playoffs, but that likely won't happen now as they got crushed by Seattle.
It's time for Rex Ryan to pull Mark Sanchez from the starting QB position, although it is unlikely as he has no trust in Tim Tebow.
Mark Sanchez was awful 9 for 22 with 124 passing yards, threw an INT and fumbled.
Tim Tebow went 3 for 3 with 8 passing yards and had 4 carries for 14 rushing yards.
Shonn Greene didn't have a good running day as he had 15 carries for 58 rushing yards.
Jeremy Kerley was the best receivier in the game. He had 5 catches for 57 yards.
Dustin Keller caught 3 passes for 47 yards.
David Harris and Bryan Thomas had .5 sack each.
Bart Scott had a sack.
Mike Devito and Ellis Lankster had one sack each.
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