What the Jets were saying after their loss to the Patriots

Jonathan Hernandez
October 16, 2017

It also wasn't the prettiest of his 187 regular-season wins.

"The final shot we saw was from the end zone that showed the New York Jets' runner, we'll call him a runner at that point, with the football starting to go toward the ground", Corrente said.

"It was just frustration, I think we all thought it was good". "Probably a lot to learn from it".

Then came the ruling: The Jets tight end, the referee announced, had never reestablished himself in bounds with the ball clearly back in his possession before falling out of bounds. "We got the call and that's all that matters".

"At the end of the day, we didn't play well enough, and we have to play better".

Six games into the New England Patriots' season, a big part of their DNA is both troubling and admirable. We could have won 50-0 and it would be the same thing.

"The mood in this locker room", running back Matt Forte said, "is we gave the game away". The offense as a whole went into a shell after taking a 14-0 lead, as if that score was going to hold up.

Brady has 1,702 yards and 11 touchdowns against a lone interception to complement his 112.0 rating on the season.

On the ground, Dion Lewis rushed for 53 yards in seven carries while Mike Gillislee added 52 yards in 12 attempts.

"You've got to keep in mind, he doesn't have possession of the football yet". "It gets you fired up".

Trailing 24-14 with 14 minutes to play, the Jets mounted a 12-play drive that appeared to end on an Austin Seferian-Jenkins touchdown reception when the NY tight end snuck in at the pylon.

On this play in question, tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was being tackled by Patriots safety Duron Harmon when cornerback Malcolm Butler came into the picture and knocked the ball loose from Seferian-Jenkins' grasp just before he crossed the plane of the goal line. Forgive Jets fans for their enthusiasm prior to Sunday's loss. "I let the team down and I'm definitely going to have better ball security next time". "I promise you, we'll get better at that, but it's just frustrating". "One of the worst calls I've ever seen". We felt the ball was juggled a little bit, but I didn't know which way it was going to go. "As a defense, we'll take it any day".

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