The Houston Texans remain unbeaten after beating the New York Jets for the first time in team history, 23-17, on Monday night football. Good news for The Texans: they now join the Atlanta Falcons as the NFL's only teams without a loss this season. Bad news for the Jets: we still play Mark Sanchez.

The Jets had a chance to take the lead with less than two minutes remaining, but Mark Sanchez's pass was intercepted. Big shocker there right? Before that, the Jets turned to Tim Tebow, who got the crowd going after he ran for a first down on a fake punt, but he didn't do much more than that.

New York then went three-and-out, an all-too-common series for the Jets this season -- as chants of "Tee-boww! Tee-boww!" started after Sanchez's first incomplete pass on second down. Tebow made his first appearance on the Jets' fifth play from scrimmage and, to a wave of cheers, threw a pinpoint deep pass to newcomer Jason Hill. But the receiver dropped it, Tebow departed and Sanchez missed Clyde Gates on third down, bringing on a chorus of boos.”

What is the answer for the Jets? Is it Tebow?


[via AP/NFL]

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