Found December 04, 2011 on Jets Insider.com:
PLAYERS: Rex RyanMark Sanchez
TEAMS: New York Jets
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LANDOVER, MD -- The Jets are never on schedule, but always on time. For the second straight week and the tenth time under Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez the Jets have come from behind to steal a victory. And it doesn't stop on Sundays, it's something Jets fans have come to expect after Thanksgiving.The past two seasons the Jets have gone on a late season run to roll into the playoffs. And this one isn't any different. It wasn't pretty, but the team made plays when the opportunity presented itself and capitalized.With the win the Jets are now 7-5,...
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