Read it and weep, the penalty pals

The New York Jets committed 14 penalties for 125 yards, a very Raider-like outing. How bad was it? It was the most penalty yardage since 1988, when they racked up 127 yards in a game against the Colts. That was the Joe Walton era, a long, long time ago.

For those keeping score at home, here's a breakdown of the individual culprits:

CB Antonio Cromartie (Four penalties for 43 yards) -- Pass interference, holding, holding and offsides (on a PAT).

CB Kyle Wilson (Two for 27) -- Holding and pass interference.

WR Braylon Edwards (Two for 10) -- Illegal shift and running into the kicker (on a FGA).

LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson (Two for 15) -- False start and holding.

OT Wayne Hunter (Two for 20) -- Unsportsmanlike conduct (on a FGA) and 12 men on the field.

LB Jason Taylor (One for 5) -- Offsides.

RT Damien Woody (One for 5) -- False start.