The Jets bragged all week that they could handle Tim Tebow.
They couldn't have been more wrong.
On the biggest play of the night, Tebow beat a Jets blitz around the corner and ran 20 yards for the winning touchdown with 58 seconds left to play.
Understanding exactly why the Jets, protecting a 13-10 lead, would send the house on a third and four in that situation is a question that does not have any acceptable answer. All you had to do was make sure that the Broncos got nothing more than a field goal at that point in the game and the Jets had to try for the big play instead of the smart play.
And they got a 17-13 loss to a team that had no business beating them as a result. For nearly 60 minutes they crushed everything the Broncos tried to do offensively, but they couldn't make one play with the game on the line, and they lost because of it.
That means they are 5-5 with flickering chances of making the playoffs because they simply cannot figure out a way to play good football on a w...