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NY Jets 30, New England 27
Jets prove that offense really does exist against Patriots
In what turned out to be the most entertaining and explosive game of the day, the Jets somehow manage to score 30 points, including 14 in the fourth quarter, to upset the Patriots, 30-27. The key to the game (surprise surprise) was the Jets defense as they forced Tom Brady into two late interceptions, setting up the Jets offense in prime scoring position to win the game. A 7-yard score by Braylon Edwards with only a minute left on the clock sealed the deal.
Player of the Game: Mark Sanchez