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Thursday, October 16, 2014 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA) Patriots 27, Jets 25 In a year of brutal Thursday Night Football games, the Jets and Patriots provided fans with a game worth watching. The bitter rivalry between the two teams stayed close in the first half and the Jets can thank their spot on Kicker Nick Folk for that as he knocked down four 20+ yard field goals, including 2 at 46 and 47-yards. Tom Brady, still on his mission to prove the critics wrong, got started early with a 49-yard touchdown pass to Vereen just a few minutes followed by a second to his running back to enter the half up 17-12. The game came down to a 58-yard attempt from Folk to win the game but was blocked in the final seconds to give the Patriots the win 27-25.
Sunday, October 20, 2013 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Jets 30, Patriots 27 Tom Brady was held without a passing touchdown as the Jets pulled off the shocker at MetLife to pull to within one game of first place in the AFC East. Chris Ivory rushed for 104 yards on 34 carries, while Jeremy Kerley had eight receptions for 97 yards and a TD. While Geno Smith managed the game well, it was the rushing attack that the Jets relied on with the game on the line. It was 12 rushes and only one pass play in the game-winning drive, as well as a 15-yard penalty some Patriots are calling foul on.
Thursday, September 12, 2013 at Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, MA) Patriots 13, Jets 10 It was a cold and wet night in Foxborough, but the Patriots prevailed behind the early 39-yard TD pass from Brady to Aaron Dobson. The Patriots had only 9 first downs all game, but an early 10-0 lead and strong defense throughout the game was enough to get to win over the rival Jets. Bilal Powell was able to punch in a 3-yard TD with five minutes left in the third quarter, but the Jets couldn't get anything going after that.
Thursday, November 22, 2012 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Patriots 49, Jets 19 Wes Welker, Shane Vereen and Julian Edelman all caught touchdowns en route to a beating of the punch-less Jets at MetLife on Thanksgiving night. The Pats went up 35-0 in the second quarter, putting no doubt in the minds of the 79,000+ in attendance on who was going to win this game. Brady had 4 total touchdowns, including a 56-yard pass to Edelman and a short pass to Vereen that he was able to turn into an 83-yard score. The Patriots move to 8-3 while the troubled Jets fall to 4-7.