Coach Tom Coughlin’s team played what may have been its most complete game of the season, albeit with flaws. So let’s hand out some game balls and gassers.
Call the Jets whatever you want. Rex Ryan doesn’t care. Some say lucky. Others say good. Or, maybe, it’s a little of both.
For the first time this season, the Giants are going to be able to watch the videotapes of a game and have something to smile about.
For all of us who declared before the season that Gang Green was gangrenous this year, it’s time to munch on our words, and even flash a little gratitude for perhaps the most beleaguered franchise in football.
Tom Brady isn’t used to this. For the Patriots quarterback, there’s losing — and then there’s losing to the rival New York Jets.
A quarterback on a struggling team is out with a serious knee injury — and that can only mean one thing. Let the Tebow talk begin.
Now, everyone will be talking about the curious call in overtime that secured New York’s win over New England. But that doesn’t even happen without Ryan’s halftime adjustments.
Indianapolis fans treated Peyton Manning like a returning hero before he led the Broncos against their team. Then the Colts treated Manning unkindly Sunday night, handing Denver (6-1) its first loss of the season, 39-33.
The Jets won a game Sunday on a call an official may never favor them with again in 2013. So, ya wanna throw it back? Of course not.
The Jets, given new life after a rare call in overtime, ran the ball three times to set up Nick Folk’s winner and send the green towel-waving fans at MetLife Stadium into a frenzy.
The New England Patriots may be dealing with a slew of injuries, but their most important player is still healthy. Tom Brady also tends to have few issues against the Jets.
Bad news, Jets fans: Gronk is a go. The big Tom Brady target hasn’t played this season, missing 11 of his last 12 regular-season games due a series of injuries.
Ryan wants his players to hold out on their significant others. And no, the coach wasn’t talking about sex, no matter what rookie Sheldon Richardson thinks.
Willie Colon is new to the Jets-Patriots rivalry. But he saw enough in his six years in Pittsburgh to form an opinion of New York’s nemesis.
One thing is for sure after watching Sunday’s game — make that two things. The Patriots are vulnerable, and the Jets had no business losing that one.