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Tennessee Titans vs. New York Jets Recap

The New York Jets went into LP Field and came out victorious against the Tennessee Titans. With the Titans leading 8-3 in the third quarter, Geno Smith threw a 9 yard touchdown pass to John Conner to give the Jets a 10-8 lead. Now trailing 11-10 late in the 4th quarter, Chris Ivory scored on a 1 yard touchdown to put the game away for the Jets. Geno Smith had 179 yards passing and a touchdown pass for the Jets. Jake Locker started the game for the Titans but left due to a left shoulder injury. Backup Charlie Whitehurst had 203 yards passing on just 10/24 passing. It was the Jets first road win of the season.

Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Jets Recap

The New York Jets traveled to Minnesota and gave it their best, but it seems their best might not have been good enough. Jets running back, Chris Ivory carried the ball 16 times for 73 yards, and receiver Percy Harvin got injured later in the game, but caught 6 passes for 124 yards with 1 touchdown, which kept the game close throughout all 4 quarters. The game was tied and went into overtime, but Minnesota's Teddy Bridgewater would not be denied. He threw for 309 yards, including an 89 yard touchdown pass to Jarius Wright in overtime, which also happens to be the 2nd longest touchdown pass in overtime in NFL history. The Jets are now 2-11 which leaves a lot of questions to be answered about the team's future, and head coach Rex Ryan might be looking for a new job next year.

New York Jets vs. Miami Dolphins Recap

The Miami Dolphins needed to beat the woeful Jets to keep their playoff hopes alive on Monday Night Football. And though the Jets performed admirably through the first three quarters of football, in the end, the Dolphins proved to be too much. The Jets started Geno Smith - but it likely didn't matter who they started. They threw just thirteen times, completed seven, and netted only 65 yards -- compared with 49 carries for 277 yards on the ground. Smith also threw an interception. Chris Johnson ran for 105 yards on 17 carries, showing flashes of his former self. His counterpart, Ryan Tannehill, was 25/35 for 235 yard and an interception. Lamar Miller and Greg Salas scored the only touchdowns of the game, both on the ground.
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