The New England Patriots are attacking the NFL title like never before and helped them to a big win over the New York Jets to move to 6-0 on the season.
The Jets managed to draw first blood with a TD strike from Ryan Fitzpatrick to Jeremy Kerley to take a 10-3 lead.
But it wasn’t enough as the Patriots stormed back in the fourth quarter with a TD from All-World QB Tom Brady to Danny Amendola.
Some questionable coaching decisions from the Jets sideline allowed All-Pro TE Rob Gronkowski to get wide open for a TD pass from Brady with less than two minutes to play that gave the Patriots a 30-20 lead.
The Jets tried to rally late and managed to record a field goal and recover an onsides kick. Unfortunately, a late penalty caused the clock to run out on them, sealing the 30-23 win for the Patriots at home.
With the win the Patriots rise to 6-0 on the season – and look just as good as the team that went undefeated in the regular season back in 2007.
The Jets fall to 4-2 on the season yet are still well ahead in the wildcard race for the 5th playoff spot.