5-Turnover Disaster Ends It All for Jets

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The Jets’ season began on a warm and sunny afternoon, and after a comprehensive victory, all things seemed possible. It ended on a crisp and windy night, and after another listless defeat, all things seem possible once more.

No longer can they kid themselves that the team they fielded, that barely defeated two of the worst teams in the N.F.L. the last two weeks, is good enough to contend. There are likely to be changes this off-season after the Jets were finally, mercifully, eliminated from playoff contention Monday night in a Read Full Article »

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