New York Jets Game Highlights From October 14th- Week 6 Game Highlights
After four weeks of some of the most mediocre football we’ve ever see, the New York Jets needed a win. The Jets played their best game of the season as be beat out the Colts 35-9 at MetLife Stadium. Here’s Week 6 game highlights.
It looks like Mark Sanchez will live to see another game as the Jets QB after a great day of game play on Sunday. For once this season Sanchez threw zero interceptions. Sanchez went 11-for-18, 82 yards and threw a couple of 5-yard touchdown passes. So for once, I tip my hat to you sir. Even Tim Tebow got some great game play yesterday afternoon.
He played only six snaps on offense, but he made a key play — a third-and-1 run out of shotgun, setting up a TD. It was a clever play by coordinator Tony Sparano. He emptied the backfield and let Tebow run it up the gut from the Colts’ 8. Moments earlier, Tebow the personal protector made the biggest play of the game. Yep, another fake punt. He took a direct snap and threw a little jump pass to LB Nick Bellore, who ran like an over-caffeinated madman for 23 yards.”
So one of our biggest positives of the game was that we didn’t commit a turnover for the first time in 17 games.
It was also a great day for Shonn Greene. He ran for a career-high 161 yards and three touchdowns.
Greene produced his first 100-yard rushing day in 10 games. He scored three touchdowns (10, 4 and 2 yards), including — are you ready for this? — a nifty spin move on one TD. He escaped S Antoine Bethea behind the line, showing vision and quick feet. This was a different Greene. He demonstrated cutback ability and elusiveness, capitalizing on a dominant performance by the offensive line. “
So what’s next for the Gang Green? The Jets hit the road next weekend facing the first-place Patriots. The Jets have dropped three of the past four in the series against the Pats.
Will history repeat itself next weekend for Week 7?
[via ESPN New York]