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The Tennessee Titans (5-9) beat the New York Jets (6-8) 14-10, last night at LP Field from Nashville, TN.
It's a official. The New York Jets have been eliminated from playoff contention as they lost to the Tennessee Titans.
Mark Sanchez days as the starting quarterback of the Jets look like they are coming to an end.
He was horrible throughout the game by turning the ball over five times all together including four interceptions.
The New York Jets are now a complete joke throughout the National Football League.
Mark Sanchez had one of the worse games of his career by going 13 for 28 with 131 passing yards, one TD pass and four INT's and a fumble as well.
Tim Tebow went 0 for 1 on passing and had 3 carries for 15 rushing yards.
Shonn Greene should've ran the ball more often, but the Jets passes for most of the game. He had 13 carries for 68 rushing yards.
Joe McKnight had 4 carries for 29 rushing yards.
Bilal Powell had 6 carries for 28 rushing yards and caught 2 passes for 15 yards.
Jeff Cumberland caught 4 passes for 53 yards and scored a touchdown.
Braylon Edwards made his Jets debut by and is back with the team after calling the Jets "Idiots" not to long ago. He caught 3 passes for 47 yards.
Jeremy Kerley caught only one pass for 11 yards.
Nick Folk made a 22 yard field goal.
Yeremiah Bell had one sack and seven tackles.
Calvin Pace had one sack and five tackles.
Quinton Coples had one sack and three tackles.
Garrett McIntyre had one sack and four tackles.
The Jets offense had 20 first downs, 253 total yards, went 5 for 12 on 3rd downs, commited five turnovers and only scored 10 points.
The Jets defense held the Titans offense to 12 first downs, 294 total yards, allowed them to go 2 for 13 on 3rd downs and allowed the Titans to score 14 points, even though they won the game.
Although the Titans commited 14 penaltys. the Jets still couldn't take advantage of that big giant miscue by the Titans.
However, it doesn't matter anymore and the Jets have been eliminated from playoff contention and they will play the final two games of the season which won't mean anything.
Week 16 (Dec 23rd) - The New York Jets (6-8) will host the San Diego Chargers (5-9) this coming Sunday afternoon in MetLife Stadium at 1:00 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (RADIO).
BEST OF MAXIM
The New York Jets will consider all their options regarding quarterback Mark Sanchez in the offseason, a person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press.
The person, who requested anonymity because the team's personnel plans are private, tells the AP on Thursday that the Jets have not made any determinations involving Sanchez.
That means the benched quarterback...
Recently benched quarterback Mark Sanchez has been "coddled" by
the Jets and would be a "bad apple" as a backup in New York next
season, one former teammate says.
Rex Ryan’s body language as the seconds ticked off the New York Jets’ last gasp for a playoff shot said it all.
Ryan’s reckless use of foul language, the shoulder bump/check of his ailing quarterback Mark Sanchez, the half-hearted mid-field handshake with Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak and the pouty stomp off the field told us everything that we need to know.
Tweet The New York Jets were eliminated from playoff contention as a result of Monday’s 14-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Contributing to the defeat were five turnovers (four interceptions and a fumble) by quarterback Mark Sanchez, who now has seven fumbles and seventeen interceptions on the season. The frustration among Jets fans has [...]
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The move was first reported by the New York Daily News.
While now official, the news comes as a no brainer...
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The New York Jets had to win out, and get some help in order them to make the playoffs. They had a great shot at doing that with their last three opponents being the Titans, Chargers and Bills.
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NASHVILLE Music City might be the home of country music, but the New York Jets departed here Monday night with a case of the blues.
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Ryan decided to bench Sanchez on Tuesday after the fourth-year quarterback had another miserable...
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Is it time to play Tim Tebow, or is Greg McElroy the answer? One could only hope that Rex Ryan and the 6-8 New York Jets are ready to make a quarterback change after last nights devastating 14-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans that took the Jets out of playoff contention. The Titans intercepted four passes by struggling Jets QB Mark Sanchez – winning for the first time in [...]
The New York Jets’ playoff hopes ended in the most fitting way possible. Immediately after a shanked punt gave New York a great chance to come back and beat the Titans on “Monday Night Football,” the Jets turned the ball over on an embarrassing fumble.
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