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Jets vs. Patriots Final Score: New England Wins 30-23

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The Jets fell to 4-2 today with a 30-23 loss at New England against the Patriots. The only time the margin for either team was more than one score was a stretch of less than a minute between a Rob Gronkowski insurance touchdown and a Nick Folk 55 yard field goal. The Jets played a solid game in Foxborough.

When you play a team this good on the road, your execution needs to be perfect. The Jets will head back to New York and remember a handful of plays that made the difference. You can remember Jeff Cumberland's inability to come up with a ball in the end zone. You can remember Marcus Gilchrist's whiff on Danny Amendola to extend New England's first touchdown drive. You can remember Brandon Marshall's drop in the end zone. You can remember the miscommunication on the winning touchdown for the Pats. You can remember the Jets targeting a rookie instead of Brandon Marshall or Eric Decker on the biggest offensive play of the game. You can even go back to Ryan Fitzpatrick's fumble on the first series, which gifted New England three points to start the game. The difference between the two teams wasn't great. There aren't many Jets who played an outright terrible game today. It was these handful of plays.

The division isn't gone, but the margin for error just got significantly smaller if not totally gone. How the team bounces back from this loss will be just as significant as this disappointing loss.

Mourn below. The official recap will be up later.