Jets Vs Patriots

October 10, 2011 by staff 

Jets Vs PatriotsJets Vs Patriots, BenJarvus Green-Ellis had a career-high 136 yards rushing on 27 carries for New England. He also rushed for two touchdowns. While Tom Brady was sacked four times, the Jets were unable to rattle and frustrate him as they did in the playoffs last season victory. This is because Green-Ellis and the Patriots offensive line provided the running game that had disappeared that cold January day. Green-Ellis ran for three attempted first field goal-clinching drive.
New England had the opportunity to go into the break with a lead of 17-7, but TE Aaron Hernandez dropped a high but very catchable intercepted a pass from Brady on the final play of the second quarter and Antonio Cromartie. But the Jets could not get any time as New England took the kickoff in the second half and quickly scored on Brady’s two-yard scoring throw to Deion Branch, created by Wes Welker 73 yards from reception to the Jets 7.
Hernandez drop almost turned into a swing of 14 points, but New England Nate welding Cromartie was able to hit out of bounds after a 42-yard return. … Jets FB John Conner dropped an easy third-down pass to the possession of the Jets in second place, which cost them a first down. … That usually hand Welker dropped a pass on third down in the second New England possession of the third quarter, ending that drive potential. … Jets S Eric Smith bit on a fake shooter Welker 73 yards, giving you the room he needed.

Jets safety Caleb Schlauderaff OL often used as a supplement TE running plays. Backup OL Colin Baxter, who had filled in for injured Nick Mangold C each of the last two games, was a healthy scratch. … The Jets did not get a first down to Plaxico Burress caught a 19-yard pass from Sanchez about five minutes in the second quarter. … Nickel CB Kyle Wilson made a good move to get a piece of a pass intended for Welker, who was unable to capture. … Third-year pro Jamaal Westerman, a former star at Rutgers, had two sacks, the first since he was a pro game in his first time in 2009. However, her exaggerated dance bag could use some work.
Bill Belichick of New England was 2-for-2 on replay challenges, and both spent what might have been big plays for the Jets. Rama made a jump of 4 yards receiving a game at 2 before touchdown, but as he was on his knees, got the ball loose and recovered by Calvin Pace Mike DeVito. But it was ruled on replay it was by Pace contact before he fumbled. It also reversed a 22-yard third down catch by Burress later in the third quarter. It ruled that got her two feet deep.
The Jets (2-3) return home for the first time since beating Jacksonville in MetLife stadium on September 18. They will host winless Miami on Monday (8:30 pm, ESPN). The Dolphins (0-4) is coming off his week off and Matt Moore will make his first start at quarterback. He replaces Chad Henne, who is out of the season with a shoulder injury.

Report to Team

Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.


Comments are closed.