Jets fans can finally exhale. Today, the New York Jets lost to the New England Patriots by a score of 28-14. The Jets finish off at 2-14.
Adam Gase will be fired tonight or tomorrow.
Patriots Score Once In The First Quarter, Rest of Half
The Patriots received the ball to open the game. On five plays, New England found themselves in Jets’ territory. The offense capped their drive with a seven-yard touchdown pass to James White from Cam Newton. 7-0 Patriots
Both teams shared multiple punts to end the quarter.
Jets Score Once In The Second Quarter
With six minutes left in the second quarter, the Jets’ offense finally got going. On seven plays, New York found themselves in New England Territory. The drive culminated in a 21-yard touchdown pass to Chris Herndon from Sam Darnold. 7-7 Tie
Patriots and Jets Share TDs in Quarter Three
To start the half, the Jets offense felt motivated. Moving the ball downfield, Sam Darnold launched a 53-yard pass to Breshad Perriman to extend the drive. The offensive drive culminated on a one-yard touchdown run from Josh Adams. 14-7 Jets
This would be the only lead that the Jets had against the Patriots.
Then, both teams shared a punt each.
The Patriots then drove down the field with their offense. They even used some trickery. To score, New England faked an end-around handoff. Jakobi Meyers launched a 19-yard touchdown pass to Cam Newton for the touchdown, his first of his career. 14-14 Tie
With the ball, the Jets looked to answer back. Unfortunately, the answer never came to fruition. Sam Darnold misfired a pass intended for Breshad Perriman that landed in the hands of J.C. Jackson. Jackson passed Ty Law, Asante Samuel, Mike Haynes, and Fred Marion for second all-time on the franchise record for takeaways in a season with 11.
Patriots Score Two Touchdowns In Quarter Four
The Patriots responded accordingly with a Devin Asiasi 26-yard touchdown reception. 21-14 Patriots
The Jets’ offense went three-and-out.
The Patriots then responded with a 31-yard touchdown reception from Sony Michel. 28-14 Patriots
The Jets then responded with a long drive. Unfortunately, it culminated in an interception to Jonathan Jones. This pass in non-garbage time could have been Sam Darnold’s last as a Jet.