In the Patriots vs Jets game, Gang Green fell to the final score of 22-17 at MetLife Stadium in Week 12. Let’s dive into these post-game grades.
In the Patriots vs Jets game, the offense was on fire for Gang Green in the first quarter. Coming off the bye, you’ll usually see teams start off sluggishly, and then improve as the game progresses. The Jets did the opposite. Ryan Fitzpatrick hit Brandon Marshall early and often, and the improvement in Quincy Enunwa continued.
The running game proved to be non-existent, which usually brings out the Fitztragic we all have become accustomed to. Instead, he was efficient and was even able to utilize the tight end position. Yes, you read that correctly. Without going too in-depth, which is what the grades are for, let’s move on.
It was improved, but the flaws that the Jets obtained from Week 1-Week 10, stuck. Darrelle Revis still looked as uninspired as a saltine cracker is to a Triscuit. We didn’t see him much matched up with Julian Edelman. Instead, it was Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell. Both of which are probably on their ways to the Revis Island front desk. Muhammad Wilkerson played poorly, and being drawn offside on a 4th and 1, in which led to a Patriots field goal to give them a 13-10 lead. Let’s dive into the grades here.
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