While it may have seemed like a wild and wacky game to some, this Sunday's AFC clash was just the…
Week Three Report Card
PASSING OFFENSE: Mark Sanchez was completely out of sorts, misfiring to open receivers and tossing a pair of ill-advised interceptions. The Jets converted merely one of five red zone attempts as the offense stalled time and time again deep in Miami territory. As bad as Santonio Holmes was last week in Pittsburgh, he turned his fortunes around and put on a virtuoso performance to the tune of nine receptions for 147 yards, including a 38-yard catch and run to set up the game-winning field goal. Sanchez's last two outings are proof that the Jets need to turn to Tebow and the Wildcat particularly in goal line situations. Grade: D RUSHING OFFENSE: A decoy. That's all...
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