Found December 11, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
TEAMS: New York Jets

The New York Jets kept their playoff chances alive when they pushed aside their struggles of the past month and defeated the Oakland Raiders 37-27 in a wild game full of turnovers, blocks, and touchdowns. While Geno Smith threw another interception, it was only one this week and he contributed two touchdowns — one by air, one by ground — in a solid overall performance. If they can keep pace with the Miami Dolphins in the next two weeks, they could have a shot to topple the Dolphins in a Week 17 match... Read more

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