New York Jets’ Top Ten Moments of 2013: Number One

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Sep 8, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets fans cheer against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the second half at MetLife Stadium. The Jets won 18-17. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

OK Jets fans, the time has come. For the last several days, we have one by one, revealed the top ten moments from the 2013 season for our team. Some have been games, while some have been individual moments within games.

Before we move on, let’s recap the list so far:

Number 10: The goal line stand against the Falcons on Monday Night Football.

Number 9: Dee Milliner figures it out against the Cleveland Browns.

Number 8: Geno Smith hits Santonio Holmes with a game-winner against the Bills.

Number 7: The Jets knock Miami out of the playoffs in week 17.

Number 6: The Jets pick off Drew Brees twice en route to an upset victory.

Number 5: Bilal Powell has a huge game against Buffalo.

Number 4: Nick Folk kicks the Jets to victory over the Pats at MetLife.

Number 3: Geno Smith and the Jets top Darrelle Revis opening weekend.

Number 2: The Jets play tough but fall short against the Pats in Foxboro.

OK, so we are down to the final moment.  What is it going to be?  Is it a game, or a moment within a game?  Is it offensive, or is it defensive?  What has he chosen?

Well, it was a moment of glory within a game, where a young player made a huge play, against a player that we all love to hate.  Turn the page, and you will see the one I am talking about.

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