Jets safety Eric Smith can expect an NFL fine for his head shot on Wes Welker with 3:36 left in the first quarter. Welker was sidelined for the rest of the quarter, then returned to score a 6-yard touchdown.
Welker has three touchdowns in a game and a half. He needs only one more TD to match his total from last season, when he caught 123 passes.
Revis grabbed his left hamstring on the play and went back to the trainer's room before the first half was over.
The Jets went three-and-out on their first possession and had the ball for 62 seconds in the first quarter. They got rolling on their second possession, but it took a Braylon Edwards catch on third down to keep the Jets from having consecutive three-and-punt series.
On the touchdown drive, Edwards was a monster. He had three receptions -- all on third down -- for 34 yards. He made a great catch on a Mark Sanchez lob pass into the end zone to tie the score at 7.
Sanchez wasn't too shabby on that drive either. He completed all seven of his passes for 64 yards.
Rookie tight end Aaron Hernandez is having a big day with four receptions for 80 yards already. He had a fantastic 46-yard catch and run to set up Moss' touchdown.
What's wrong with Stephen Gostkowski? He missed a 37-yard field goal in the first quarter. That's three straight misses, something he hasn't done since October 2006.
The Jets converted one third down in Monday night's offensive debacle against the Baltimore Ravens. They converted three of their first four chances against the Patriots.