The Jets defense made sure it didn't matter who was playing quarterback for Gang Green on Sunday.

Forced to start backup Kellen Clemens at quarterback with starter Mark Sanchez sidelined with a knee injury, the Jets (7-6) turned in a dominating defensive performance en route to an emphatic 26-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-12) on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.

With the win, the Jets have now won three-straight and find themselves right back in the thick of the AFC playoff race.

Tampa Bay rookie QB Josh Freeman, coming off a five-interception performance a week ago, struggled against Rex Ryan's defensive...

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