LANDOVER, MD. -- The Jets' offensive line, maligned at times throughout the season, delivered another top-notch performance in terms of pass protection.
They allowed no sacks in Sunday's 34-19 win over the Redskins, who entered the game with the third-highest sack total in the league (33). OTs D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Wayne Hunter did a nice job against the Redskins' bookend rushers, Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan.
The Jets also gave up no sacks last week to the Bills.
"Just a phenomenal job," QB Mark Sanchez said. "They're getting coached hard by Coach (Bill) Callahan. He isn't cutting them any slack in practice, and it's showing. They've taken to some tough coaching."
Said Ferguson: "We just try to be consistent. This is an offensive line that has had some high success in recent years."
Also give credit to Sanchez, who delivered the ball quickly to avoid the rush.
TAKE THAT, DEANGELO: A few days ago, Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall called out Sanchez, saying he telegraphed passes and appeared "confused" at times. Sanchez got the last laugh.
"He's a trash talker," Darrelle Revis said of Hall. "If that's how he feels, that's how he feels. We won the game. Mark managed the game very well. DeAngelo, go ahead, you can talk all you want."
REVIS ISLAND: Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said they weren't going to challenge Revis, coming off his sub-par game against the Bills, and he wasn't kidding. Revis was barely challenged by QB Rex Grossman. Revis insisted he wasn't out to prove anything.
"You've got to live with the great games and live with the bad games," he said.
INJURY REPORT: RB/KR Joe McKnight hyperextended his right elbow and didn't return. It was swollen after the game and he will have an MRI Monday ... LB David Harris aggravated an old ankle injury, but returned ... RB LaDainian Tomlinson tweaked his left knee on his first "touch" and was limited to only a handful of plays. It's the same knee that kept him out for two games ... OLB Calvin Pace went out for a few plays in the second half, but he said it was just a cramp.
ODDS AND ENDS: After a shaky start, OLB Garrett McIntyre was replaced in the base defense by Jamaal Westerman, who responded with a sack and two tackles-for-loss ... CB Antonio Cromartie was replaced by Donald Strickland for at least three plays. No reason given ... Rough game for Strickland, who had a penalty that nullified an interception by S Brodney Pool ... Rex Ryan won two replay challenges, the latter of which resulted in a change of possession -- a fumble by RB Roy Helu that was initially ruled down by contact ... Shonn Greene's three TDs were a career high.
FANTASTIC FINISH: The Jets posted 21 points in the fourth quarter, the first time they scored 21-or-more points in the final quarter of a game since Sept. 28, 2008 against the Cards. The last time the Jets scored 21-or-more points in the fourth quarter on the road was Dec. 5, 1999, against the Giants, a 41-28 loss.