Found October 21, 2012 on Football Nation:
The New England Patriots outplayed the New York Jets in the first half, jumping out to a 16-10 lead. In the third quarter, that lead was extended to 23-13. But then the Patriot offense stalled and the defense continued to sacrifice yards to the Jet offense. Leaving themselves in a situation where the offense simply had to work the ball up the field to run down the clock and ice it with a score.But the offense would never get the chance, as McCourty fumbled the kickoff giving Sanchez and the Jets a short field and easy score. With the Patriots able to tie it back up before time ran out in the fourth. Devin McCourty should get the zero of the game award this week, but his teammates rose to the occasion to save this game. Overtime would tell the tale of a game that never should have gone that far. It has been a confusing year for Patriot nation. One week Tom Brady is on fire, the next he plays like a mere mortal. His receivers can't decide if they want to catch what is thrown to th...

Tom Brady on Patriots fans: ‘Maybe we’ve just spoiled some people’

Following another game in which the New England Patriots nearly squandered a lead in the fourth quarter, Tom Brady finds himself wondering if the expectations among Patriots fans may be too high. Considering they entered the season with one of the easier schedules in the league, it is surprising that the Patriots needed a win over the Jets to crawl over .500. When asked about his...

Patriots defensive possessions vs. Jets Drive Chart

Patriots defensive possessions vs. Jets Drive Chart

Mark Sanchez kicks ball out of endzone for safety (Video)

Many New York Jets fans expected starting quarterback Mark Sanchez to show off his arm today against the New England Patriots. However instead of his arm, it appears that Mark got to show off his kicking ability instead and as you might figure, it wasn't a good thing. During the second quarter of play, Mark lost control of a hand-off to Shonn Greene and had to kick the...

Turn On The Jets Roundtable Week 7 – Jets vs. Pats Predictions

Joe Caporoso - 12 Pack Chris Gross -  Patriots 27, Jets 20- The Jets head into Foxboro coming off of a dominating performance against the young Indianapolis Colts at home. They face a New England team ranked 5th against the run with a very young and talented front 7, accompanied by an extremely explosive offensive unit. New York has been vastly improved over the past couple weeks...

Patriots come through in overtime

Rob Ninkovich knocked the ball out of Mark Sanchez's hand in overtime and lifted the New England Patriots into sole possession of first place in the AFC East. The undersized defensive end got around right tackle Austin Howard and hit Sanchez high while Jermaine Cunningham got him low for a sack, sealing a 29-26 overtime victory over the New York Jets on Sunday. New England...

CBS Announcer Jim Nance Thinks The Jets Beat The Patriots Last Night

A.B. Mistakes happen. Announcers get names, numbers & scores wrong all the time. It’s part of the job and they are only human – and the games are live. But New York Nance not understanding what’s happening is beyond a simple mistake. It wasn’t like the Green Bay – Seattle game where whoever made the catch won the game. In this case it was either a fumble and the Patriots...

In stark contrast to Rex Ryan’s optimism, Mark Sanchez will fail in New York City

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said much maligned quarterback Mark Sanchez played “really outstanding in most of the game” in a 29-26 overtime loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. … Continue reading →

Brady leads Patriots to OT win over Jets

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots, who already lost three games this season by four points, were on the brink of another crushing loss Sunday. This one was coming at the hands of the New York Jets. Cue Tom Brady. The future Hall of Famer, his team trailing 26-23 after a disastrous five late minutes of football, took the Patriots down the field and into field-goal...

Jermichael Finley, Wes Welker, Pierre Garcon: Injury Report Week 7

It’s Week 7 and there are six teams with a bye week. The injuries continue to pile up and teams taking a week off are not helping you as lineup...

Report: Jets say Patriots' no-huddle offense violates rules

The New York Jets reportedly have complained to the NFL that the New England Patriots' hurry-up offense does not allow the mandated time for defenses to make substitutions. NFL rules state if the offense makes substitutions, then the defense is allowed to do so. However, Jets officials said that Patriots violated that rule in their victory over the Denver Broncos two weeks...

Round Table: Pats-Jets Analysis

  A week ago, no one would have thought that Week 7's Pats/Jets match-up would feature teams with identical records. With a four-way tie for 1st place in the AFC East, how big is today's game and how do you see it playing out? Raj:   I believe this is a must-win for New England unless they wanna grab the either two wild card spots and be content with playing on...

Tebow assigned to mimic Brady

Rex Ryan had Tim Tebow pretend to be Tom Brady on scout team to help Jets prepare for Patriots.

Your Week 7 Late Games Open Thread

via The combination of bye weeks and regular Thursday Night Football leaves us with a two game late afternoon slate, topped by 3-3 teams vying for supremacy of a perfect storm of mediocrity. The Jets have done their usual amount of chirping prior to a game against the Patriots, with Rex Ryan assuring the media that he thinks his team is going to beat the Greatriots, while at the...
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