The Jets were embarrassed by the Patriots on national television, a 45-3 romp that was shockingly more lopsided than the score indicates.
In the most hyped regular-season game in recent memory between two bitter AFC East rivals, PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain thinks the Patriots' home-field advantage will be just enough to beat the Jets.
If the Patriots want to win Monday night's big game against the Jets, their secondary will need to slow down a hot Mark Sanchez and his dynamic receivers and tight end.
The Jets' offense has struggled in the first quarter of games this season, requiring late comebacks by Mark Sanchez.
The move from Pittsburgh to New York was supposed to stunt the fantasy growth of Santonio Holmes, but that hasn't been the case.
Santonio Holmes caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez with 10 seconds left, lifting the New York Jets to a stunning 30-27 comeback victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday.
With some help from experienced backup Mark Brunell, Jets starting QB Mark Sanchez has developed as a player, both with his on-field skills and off-field demeanor.
Despite some ups and downs this season, Jets QB Mark Sanchez has performed admirably the past two weeks, and Sunday he faces the bottom-ranked Texans pass defense.
Santonio Holmes' 37-yard touchdown with 16 seconds remaining in overtime was the latest in a stretch of late-game heroics for the wide receiver.
Santonio Holmes scored on a 37-yard touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez with 16 seconds left in overtime, giving the New York Jets a 26-20 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday for their eighth straight regular-season road win.
Browns defensive coordinator Rob Ryan likes what he's seen from Jets second-year QB Mark Sanchez, who threw for 323 yards in the Jets' 23-20 win at Detroit on Sunday.
With a refreshing flair spearheaded by colorful head coach Rex Ryan, the Jets are standing tall on top of the NFL mountain, with the season's halfway point fast approaching.
The Jets benched players in the preseason if they turned the ball over, and that tough love appears to have worked.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan told the media on Monday that he would have tried to lure Vikings QB Brett Favre back to the team had it not drafted QB Mark Sanchez in 2009.
Tom Danyluk says Jets QB Mark Sanchez's strong performance against the Patriots in Week Two was an eye-catcher and showed progress that should make Jets coaches, teammates and fans happy.