Originally Posted by red75bronco
The Jets had the lead in regulation when the jets d steps on the field. The offense never saw the field again until they were down by 3 in overtime. The defense had a chance to win the game in regulation and couldn't. They also couldn't stop them in to. You act like the pats have scored on every possession this year. This defense has multiple high draft picks over the last three years and has not shown up in big moments. The offense and special teams put the jets in a position to win that game in regulation and the defense lost it.
Sanchez had the ball last needing only 3 to keep the game going. He fumbled and ended the game for us. That play lost the game. It's pretty simple, buddy.
Look at how NE scored on offense
1st Q: TD
2nd Q: Nothing
3rd Q: TD
4th Q: Nothing
Our D held Tom Brady's Offense to FOURTEEN points. The rest of their points came from 2 FGs, a safety (when Mark kicked the ball out of the back of the endzone), and a punt returned for a TD.