NFL Week 6 features Patriots-Jets matchup for 1st place

NFL Week 6 features Patriots-Jets matchup for 1st place

Instead, the national football debate will center around a controversial call that wiped away a would-be Jets touchdown and gave the football to the Patriots in a 10-point game in the fourth quarter.

The Jets' two wins both came at MetLife Stadium and each in overtime. He wanted a game-like tempo to the practices and it seemed to work on the Jets' first drive. The Jets jumped to a 14-0 lead, and it should've been larger.

Best redemption: After giving up the touchdown pass earlier in the game, Butler recovered nicely when he undercut a route by the sideline and intercepted a McCown pass just before the end of the first half. For a call that was ruled a touchdown on the field, there was very little to make that call. Brady wasn't going to be denied, though, piloting the offense to 24 unanswered points before the Patriots squeaked out a 24-17 victory and avoid what would have marked the third loss of the season while propelling the Jets to first place in the AFC East.

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At halftime, Tom Brady was 12-of-25 for 145 yards, a touchdown, and an interception, while McCown was 16-of-23 for 182 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. And the Jets are hanging right with the Patriots. Unlike last year's outfit, which laid down in a 41-3 debacle in New England, this group played with tenacity for 60 minutes, if not efficiency. They have played with passion and a sense of urgency which can directly be attributed to working together as a team.

It was too much Gronkowski and too much Brady, as the Jets' pass rush failed to register a sack.

New England added a field goal at the beginning of the fourth quarter to make it 24-14.