Found January 24, 2012 on
The Jets Blog:
You can say that, since we haven’t lost since then. That week was an emotional week for everyone. We started to click that week.
We just found that 11 guys playing as one is hard to beat. A lot of this season, we played as individuals. But not anymore. We’ve got that confidence now that, if it’s close, we’re going to come together and pull it out.”
– Giants DL Justin Tuck on how rallying Jets during week fused this team together
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