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Patriots rolling over Jets at halftime

After a health scare on Friday, Jets coach Todd Bowles was feeling well enough to join the team in New England for Saturday’s game against the Patriots. 288 more words

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Jets Team Grades: Bilal Powell Carries Jets Past 49ers, 23-17, In Overtime

By Abe Gutierrez

With their backs against the wall, the New York Jets went into Levi’s Stadium as three-point underdogs against the hosting San Francisco 49ers. 778 more words


Jets Rally to Beat 49ers In OT

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) _ Bilal Powell ran for 145 yards, including the game-ending 19-yard touchdown in overtime, to help Bryce Petty and the New York Jets rally from 14 points down to beat the San Francisco 49ers 23-17 in overtime on Sunday. 312 more words


Jets rally to extend 49ers losing streak to 12 games

The 49ers threatened to end their losing streak on Sunday afternoon against the Jets, but the threat turned out to be an idle one.

The Jets fell behind 14-0 and 17-3 in the first half of the game, but scored the final 20 points of the contest. 265 more words

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Wife Sticks Up For Jets' Folk After Daily News Columnist Rips Kickers, PATs

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork)Nick Folk’s wife did not get a kick out of reading Manish Mehta’s column Monday.

A day after 12 extra points were missed in NFL games, the New York Daily News columnist trashed kickers, calling them “a necessary evil” and writing that they “are not people too.” He then advocated for the league to push PATs back another 10 yards to 43 yards, which he argues would essentially do away with the practice because coaches would likely go for two points instead. 236 more words


Nick Folk's Wife Went In On A Columnist For Calling Out Kickers

Sunday was a very bad day for NFL kickers when it came to extra points. Twelve PATs were missed across 12 games — some of it wind-related, some of it ineptitude-related — but it was the opening for a wildly bad take from Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, … 315 more words


Ryan Fitzpatrick leaves briefly after hit to knee

The Jets haven’t benched quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick for a second time this season, but Bryce Petty is in the game.

Fitzpatrick left the game after taking a shot to the left knee from defensive tackle Jordan Phillips in the third quarter. 160 more words

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