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New York Jets vs. Detroit Lions Recap

The Detroit Lions traveled to East Rutherford, New Jersey to face The New York Jets in week 4 of the NFL season. After the teams traded field goals in the first quarter, Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford threw 2 touchdown passes in the second quarter as Detroit took a 17-3 halftime lead. Jets running back Chris Johnson scored on a 35 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter to pull the Jets within 7. However, it wasn't enough as Stafford and company ran out the clock to end the game. Stafford finished the game with 293 yards passing and 2 touchdowns. He also added a 1 yard rushing touchdown. Jets quarterback Geno Smith struggled all game and was just 17 of 33 passing for 209 yards. He threw a touchdown pass but also had an interception and a fumble lost. With the win, the Lions improved to 3-1 while the Jets fall to 1-3.

New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears Recap

New York Jets hosted the Chicago Bears at MetLife Stadium for Monday Night Football. The raucous crowd was quickly deflated early on after Geno Smith through an interception 32 seconds into the game which was promptly returned for a 45 Yard TD by Ryan Mundy. On the ensuing Chicago possession the Jets muffed a punt return which set the Chicago Bears up with great field position. After a Martellus Bennet TD reception the Jets quickly found themselves in a 14-0 hole just minutes into the game. The jets scrapped and fought for the rest of the game. At one point they got within 4 points, but they could not get any closer.

Green Bay Packers vs. New York Jets Recap

Leading the way with 209 yards and a touchdown, Jordy Nelson and the Packers came back to beat the New York Jets. The first half of this game was all Jets, with Geno Smith running for a touchdown and throwing one to Erick Decker. Chris Ivory also managed to run in a touchdown for the Jets as well. The Packers offense couldn't convert on multiple drives and had to settle for three Mason Crosby field goals. In the third quarter, Aaron Rodgers connected with Randall Cobb for a short 1 yard touchdown and Jordy Nelson for a spectacular catch and run touchdown of 80 yards. The Jets almost tied it up late in the game, but a timeout was called by offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, which negated the touchdown.
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