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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, particularly defensively, where we have seen how creative and intelligent Rex Ryan truly is.
The keys for the Jets rely on another strong performance from the pass rush, and secure, smart play from Mark Sanchez. Defensively, if the Jets can get Quinton Coples, Muhammad Wilkerson, and Aaron Maybin in Tom Brady’s face, making him very uncomfortable, they might just have a chance to shut down New England’s high powered offensive attack. Offensively, New York needs to take advantage of every possibly opportunity they may get. The Jets cannot afford to have Sanchez miss open targets, particularly deep, or make ...
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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...
Stat Line: 28/41, 328 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception – 90.3 QB Rating, 68.3 completion percentage
Season Stats: 116/218, 1,453 yards, 9 touchdowns, 7 interceptions – 74.6 QB Rating, 53.2 completion percentage
I’m starting to develop a love/hate relationship with this column. Don’t get me wrong, I love writing about the Jets, I love participating in the Great Ongoing Quarterback...
Jets QB Mark Sanchez delivered a season-high 328 passing yards Sunday against New England.Fantasy Spin:Yet what he'll most be remembered for is coughing up the football to lose the game in overtime. Though the day ended badly for Sanchez there are definitely some positives he can take away from this outing. His 68.3 percent completion rate was his second-highest of the season...
Mark Sanchez proved today he can still compete in the NFL. Sanchez had a great game against a great team and almost was able to pull off the upset over the Tom Brady led New England Patriots. The Jets lived by the Sanchez hand and they died by the Sanchez hand. Sanchez was sacked in overtime and instead of protecting the football, Sanchez fumbled the ball and New England recovered...
The Jets blew a huge golden opportunity yesterday against the Patriots, losing the game in overtime with Mark Sanchez getting sacked and fumbled the ball at the same time which led the Pats to winning the game.
Mark Sanchez had a very good game against New England, but there were at times where he was terrible when a lot of pressure got to him and you saw one example at the end...
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...
CBS announcer Jim Nantz loves to script his endings, and in this case, it looks like the practice backfired on him.
Nantz completely butchered his call for the ending of the New England Patriots-New York Jets game on Sunday, saying not once, but twice that the Jets had won. The Jets, in fact, lost 29-26 in overtime when Mark Sanchez lost a fumble following a Patriots field goal...
Jim Nantz had a "senior moment" in the booth in the waning moments of the Patriots win over the Jets.
CBS's lead play-by-play man was convinced that the Jets had beat the Patriots on Sunday night after Rob Ninkovich strip sacked Mark Sanchez to clinch the game for New England.
The usually flawless Nantz declared that it was a "stunner" and...
Tom Brady and his New England teammates escaped Week 7 with an overtime victory over the Jets .. but that doesn't tell the whole story. Plus, Cam Newton is lame.
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.
As quarterbacks, you could probably count the similarities between Tim Tebow and Tom Brady on one hand. One thing the players do share is that they both played under Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
That's why New York Jets coach Rex Ryan had Tebow mimicking Brady in the Jets' practice week leading up to Sunday's matchup against the Patriots.
Gostkowski's 48-yard field goal in overtime on the Patriots' first possession was too much pressure for Mark Sanchez and the Jets as the Patriots' 29-26 win put them in first place in the AFC East. Rob Gronkowski's two touchdowns helped put the Jets away. Shonn Greene opened up the score giving the Jets the lead at 8:55 in the first quarter after rushing one yard...
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The Jets defend the pass much better than they defend the run, and the Patriots are certain to exploit that weakness early and often. Even if the Pats lean on the run, I expect Brady to make the Jets pay with big plays off playaction. He won’t be airing it out 50 times this week, but he’ll still likely put up 275 yards and 2-3 scores.
RBs Stevan Ridley, Brandon...
It was Rob Ninkovich’s strip sack of Mark Sanchez in overtime that sealed the Patriots’ fourth win of the season on Sunday, 29-26.
There’s nothing quite like a rivalry football game in Foxboro on a crisp late Sunday afternoon in October. And there’s definitely nothing better than when the Patriots sport their red ’80s throwback jerseys.
The league’s best offense hosted...
FOXBORO, Mass. -- Devin
McCourty nearly fumbled away a win on Sunday night, literally. But without
McCourty in the lineup, the Patriots would have never been in a position to win
McCourty had as eventful a
day as you could expect from nearly any player in the NFL on Sunday, both good
and bad. But in the end, it was the good that outweighed all else...