Replay Official Robs Jets' Austin-Seferian Jenkins Of Touchdown

Rosalie Stanley
October 16, 2017

The game ended with the Patriots defeating their Big Apple rivals 24 to 17.

On Sunday, the Jets jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead over the Patriots at MetLife Stadium thanks to Josh McCown, who threw two touchdowns.

The visceral loathing some National Football League fans have for five-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady is unparalleled.

It's an issue that could plague the Patriots later in the season when there's more on the line, particularly in the postseason, so it'll be up to McCourty and the secondary to right the ship in the coming weeks. Seferian-Jenkins dove for the end zone and cleared the plane, but upon scoring review, the Patriots were awarded a touchback. But upon review, the officials determined Seferian-Jenkins bobbled the ball and lost control as he crossed the goal line and by the time he regained possession, he was already laying out of bounds. Kony Ealy has proven to be one of the few bad examples of the Patriots cutting a good player and he is going to be fired to prove it to them today. We could have won 50-0 and it would be the same thing.

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In their two minute drill before half, the Patriots drive stalled and Stephen Gostkowski missed his 47-yard field goal attempt.

The turnover gave the Patriots the ball at their own 37 with 35 seconds left in the half. McCown connected on touchdown passes to Seferian-Jenkins and Jeremy Kerley that put the Patriots in an early hole. This week New England doesn't have to worry about the deep ball or getting beat over the top but they do need to handle the short pass game and the run.

New England extended the lead to 21-14 on the first drive of the third quarter. In the receiving end, Brandin Cooks posted 85 yards in five receptions while Danny Amendola added 77 yards in eight catches. Brady connected with Gronkowski again, this time a 33-yard touchdown.

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