Jets' comeback by the numbers

Tim Tebow wasn't the only quarterback who led a big second-half comeback in Week 7.

The New York Jets and quarterback Mark Sanchez rallied from 11 points down in the second half to take a 27-21 victory against the San Diego Chargers. The win was the second in a row for the Jets (4-3), who remain in the playoff hunt.

Here are some statistics on the comeback, courtesy of ESPN's Stats and Information:

17-0: The Jets outscored San Diego in the second half to pull off the win. New York's defense put the clamps on Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who had just one passing first down in the second half.

112: Jets running back Shonn Greene notched a season-high in rushing and gained more than 100 yards for the first time this season. Ground-and-pound was back. New York as a team rushed for a season-best 162 yards.

25: New York controlled the tempo offensively with 25 first downs to keep the chains moving. The Jets also were an efficient 8-for-13 on third-down conversions.

3: Jets receiver Plaxico Burress scored a trio of big touchdowns. All three scores were in the red zone.

4-0: The Jets remain undefeated this season at Met Life Stadium. It's just the second time in 25 seasons that New York won its first four games at home.