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The Jets moved the ball through the air as time expired, forcing the game into overtime.

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What a great offensive performance in that 2nd half, we took some time to get going, but we made the plays when we had to. We got a lot of players involved, Ivory running hard, Bilal slowing down the pass rush with his ability as a screen receiver, Decker and Marshall bringing in pass after pass and Enunwa blocking like a pro and hauling in a couple of passes himself.

I know it wasn't the cleanest game, and we can look at the first half where we failed to muster much of anything, but the NFL is about making adjustments. The Jets made a lot of adjustments at half time, and the result was a come from behind victory that kept our play-off chances alive.

The Jets ran 78 offensive snaps and averaged 6 yards per play. We were 6-15 on 3rd down (40%) and 1-1 on 4th down (100%). We had the ball for over 38 minutes of the game and despite only going 1-4 in red-zone efficiency (25%), we came out with the win.

Here are the snap counts for our offensive stars

Quarterback

Ryan Fitzpatrick, 78 (100%)

Offensive Lineman

D'Brickashaw Ferguson, 78 (100%)

James Carpenter, 78 (100%)

Nick Mangold, 78 (100%)

Brian Winters, 78 (100%)

Breno Giacomini, 78 (100%)

Running Bank

Bilal Powell, 43 (55%)

Chris Ivory, 30 (38%)

Tommy Bohanon, 8 (10%)

Steven Ridley, 5 (6%)

Wide Receivers

Eric Decker, 78 (100%)

Brandon Marshall, 76 (97%)

Quincy Enunwa, 53 (68%)

Devin Smith, 46 (59%)

Kenbrell Thompkins, 12 (15%)

Jeremy Kerley, 2 (3%)

Tight Ends

Kellen Davis, 35 (45%)

Jeff Cumberland, 2 (3%)