2010 - GAME 14 AT STEELERS - 4:15 P .M. ET - CBS NEW YORK JETS (9-4) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (10-3) SUN., DEC.

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MEDIA INFORMATION
Contents HEADLINES .................................. 2 BROADCAST COVERAGE ................ 2 2010 SCHEDULE .......................... 2 PRONUNCIATION GUIDE ............... 2 STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT................ 3 SERIES BY THE NUMBERS ............ 3 SINGLE-GAME SERIES BESTS ........ 3 PROBABLE STARTERS ...................4 OVERVIEW BY POSITION ...............5 LAST GAME VS. STEELERS ............9 CONNECTIONS ...........................10 SUPPLEMENTAL STATS ...............11 MIKE TANNENBAUM ...................27 REX RYAN ..................................28 COORDINATORS .........................29 MARK SANCHEZ ......................... 30 OFFENSIVE LINE ......................... 33 LaDAINIAN TOMLINSON .............. 35 SUCCESS ON THE ROAD ............. 37 SANTONIO HOLMES .................... 38 DARRELLE REVIS ........................ 40 ANTONIO CROMARTIE................. 40 DAVID HARRIS ............................ 41 BIOS NOT IN MEDIA GUIDE .........47 UPDATED BIOS ...........................59 THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED .....85 GAME REVIEWS ..........................86 TRANSACTIONS ........................127 DEPTH CHART ..........................129 BUILDING THE JETS .................130 2010 TEAM STATISTICS ............133 DEFENSIVE STATISTICS .............134 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER ............135 NUMERICAL ROSTER ................136

2010 - GAME 14 AT STEELERS - 4:15 P .M. ET - CBS NEW YORK JETS (9-4) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (10-3) SUN., DEC. 19 - HEINZ FIELD (65,050)

HEADLINES
• CB Darrelle Revis returns to Pittsburgh for the first NFL game in his hometown since being drafted by the Jets 14th overall in 2007. The two-time Pro Bowler played in high school at Aliquippa and in college at the University of Pittsburgh. see page 10 • WR Santonio Holmes faces a Steelers team that selected him 25th overall in the 2006 NFL Draft. He earned MVP recognition for Super Bowl XLIII after recording nine catches for 131 yards, including the game-winning touchdown. • In the last three weeks, the New York Jets have recorded 11 sacks, the second highest in NFL during that span. The 11 sacks were recorded by nine different players, including LBs David Harris and Calvin Pace, who were the only players to record two sacks during that stretch. • The Jets travel the NFL’s third ranked defense to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers and their fourth ranked defense. New York allows 3.4 yards per rush, second in the NFL, and Pittsburgh ranks first, allowing 2.9 yards per rush. The Jets defense has limited opposing passers to a 48.9 completion percentage since 10/3, tops in the NFL during that span. see page 40

JETS/STEELERS AT A GLANCE
Series: 19th meeting, Steelers lead 15-3 Last Meeting: Jets, 19-16 (OT), Meadowlands, 11/18/07 Streak: Steelers have won seven of the last ten meetings Notable: The Jets are 0-6 in Pittsburgh… The Jets did not get their first win against the Steelers until 1988 (10th meeting)…Jets WR Santonio Holmes will face off against his old team for the first time. Series Highlights: The Jets and the Steelers faced off in an epic overtime battle at the Meadowlands (11/18/07). The Jets jumped out to an early 10-0 lead, but the Steelers battled back to take a 16-13 lead. Jets K Mike Nugent made a 28-yard field goal with :28 left in regulation. After both teams exchanged punts, the Jets drove down to the Steelers 20-yard line and Nugent nailed a 38-yard field goal to give the Jets the win. JETS HEAD COACH: Rex Ryan, Second Season at Jets, 1811 Regular Season, 2-1 Postseason STEELERS HEAD COACH: Mike Tomlin, Fourth Season at Steelers, 41-20, 3-1 Postseason

2010 SCHEDULE
REGULAR SEASON 9/13 Baltimore 9/19 New England 9/26 at Miami 10/3 at Buffalo 10/11 Minnesota 10/17 at Denver 10/24 BYE 10/31 Green Bay 11/7 at Detroit 11/14 at Cleveland 11/21 Houston 11/25 Cincinnati 12/6 at New England 12/12 Miami 12/19 at Pittsburgh 12/26 at Chicago 1/2 Buffalo Home games in bold L, 10-9 W, 28-14 W, 31-23 W, 38-14 W, 29-20 W, 24-20 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1

BROADCAST COVERAGE
TELEVISION: CBS Play-by-play: Jim Nantz Analysts: Phil Simms Producer: Lance Barrow Director: Mike Arnold JETS RADIO: 1050 AM WEPN (ESPN Radio) Play-by-play: Bob Wischusen Analyst: Marty Lyons Pre- and Post-Game: Greg Buttle, Don LaGreca Producer: Joe Loughran SPANISH RADIO: WADO 1280 Play-by-play: Clemson Smith Muniz Analyst: Oscar Benitez NATIONAL RADIO: Sports USA Radio Network Play-by-play: Tom McCarthy Analyst: Ross Tucker Sideline: Tony Graziani JETS RADIO NETWORK: WLIR 107.1, Hampton Bays, NY; WNJE 1040, Flemington, NJ; WTMM-FM 104.5, Albany, NY; WRCN 103.9, Riverhead, NY; WMTR 1250, Morristown, NJ; WOBM 1160, Ocean City, NJ; WADB 1310, Monmouth, NJ; WPDH 101.5/106.1, Poughkeepsie, NY

L, 9-0 5-2 W, 23-20 (OT) 6-2 W, 26-20 (OT) 7-2 W, 30-27 8-2 W, 26-10 9-2 L, 45-3 9-3 L, 10-6 9-4 4:15 p.m. CBS* 1:00 p.m. CBS* 1:00 p.m. CBS* *subject to flex schedule

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
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MEDIA CONTACTS
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STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT
STATISTICAL SNAPSHOT
Offense Jets Rank Steelers Rank Total Yards per Game................................ 350.7 ................... 12 ...................................... 332.4 ........................ 19 Rush Yards per Game ............................... 143.7 ..................... 6 ...................................... 120.2 ........................ 10 Rush Yards per Attempt ................................ 4.4 ................... 11 .......................................... 4.1 ........................ 18 Pass Yards per Game ................................ 207.0 ................... 21 ...................................... 212.2 ........................ 18 Sacks per Pass Play ...................................5.5% ................... 13 ....................................... 8.6% ........................ 30 Sacks .......................................................... 26 .................. 11t ........................................... 35 ....................... 26t Third Down Efficiency ...............................37.5% ................... 17 ..................................... 40.3% ........................ 13 Points per Game ........................................ 21.0 ................... 18 ........................................ 22.3 ........................ 16 Defense Jets Rank Steelers Rank Total Yards per Game................................ 292.5 ..................... 3 ...................................... 293.0 .......................... 4 Rush Yards per Game ................................. 88.5 ..................... 3 ........................................ 60.1 .......................... 1 Rush Yards per Attempt ................................ 3.4 ..................... 2 .......................................... 2.9 .......................... 1 Pass Yards per Game ................................ 203.9 ..................... 9 ...................................... 232.9 ........................ 23 Sacks per Pass Play ...................................6.8% ................... 10 ....................................... 7.3% .......................... 7 Sacks .......................................................... 32 ................... 11 ........................................... 39 ......................... 1t Third Down Efficiency ...............................34.8% ..................... 5 ..................................... 33.1% .......................... 3 Points per Game ........................................ 18.6 ..................... 6 ........................................ 15.2 .......................... 2

SERIES BY THE NUMBERS
Largest Winning Margin: Jets Steelers Current Series Winning Streak: Jets Games Decided by Three Points or Less: 2 games Games Decided by Seven Points or Less: 7 games Longest Winning Streak: Jets Steelers Most Points: Jets Steelers Both Fewest Points: Jets Steelers Both *includes postseason 6 at Jets (6-0, 12/14/03) 28 at Steelers (38-10, 10/19/75) 1 game Steelers lead 2-1* Steelers lead 4-3 1 game (1988, 2003, 2007) 9 games (1970-1986) 24, twice, last time- at Jets (NY, 24-20, 10/30/88) 45 at Jets (PIT, 45-24, 12/13/86) 69 at Jets (PIT, 45-24, 12/13/86) 0 at Jets (PIT, 13-0, 12/10/89) 0 at Jets (NY, 6-0, 12/14/03) 6 at Jets (NY, 6-0, 12/14/03)

SINGLE-GAME SERIES BESTS
Rushing Yards..................... 174 ..................................... Curtis Martin.....................................................(12/14/03) Passing Yards ..................... 226 ..................................... Ken O’Brien ......................................................(12/10/89) Receptions ............................. 8 ..................................... Mickey Shuler ..................................................(12/13/86)) Receiving Yards .................. 146 ..................................... Johnny “Lam” Jones ........................................ (12/10/83) Longest Rush ....................... 56 ..................................... Curtis Martin.....................................................(12/14/03) Longest Pass Play ................. 56 ..................................... Kellen Clemens to Laveranues Coles ...................(11/18/07) Most Points .......................... 13 ..................................... Mike Nugent .....................................................(11/18/07) Most Field Goals ..................... 4 ..................................... Mike Nugent .....................................................(11/18/07) NEWYORKJETS.COM 3

PROBABLE STARTERS
OFFENSE
WR WR 89 Jerricho Cotchery 7th season Has 36 catches for 393 yards and 2 TD, returned to action at NE (12/6) after missing two contests with a groin injury. 10 Santonio Holmes 5th season Clutch receiver responsible for key plays in four Jets victories. Recorded 41 receptions for 620 yards (15.1 avg.) and 4 touchdowns in nine games. 60 D’Brickashaw Ferguson 5th season Earned 2010 Pro Football Weekly’s Midseason All-Pro team honors; Started 81 consecutive reg. season and postseason games since 2006. 68 Matt Slauson 2nd season 2009 sixth-round selection earned job during training camp and has started every game. Lone new starter on the offensive line. 74 Nick Mangold 5th season Two-time Pro Bowler and 2009 All-Pro has started 81 consecutive reg. season and postseason games. 65 Brandon Moore 8th season 2010 Sports Illustrated’s midseason All-Pro selection; Has started 102 consecutive games for the Jets. 78 Wayne Hunter 7th season Expected to make first start at T. Entered the NFL as a 3rd round draft selection by SEA in 2003. Has seen action in 44 NFL games. Signed to the Jets practice squad 12/26/07. 81 Dustin Keller 3rd season Second on the team in receiving touchdowns (5) and receptions (42), while his 555 receiving yards are third. 17 Braylon Edwards 6th season Leads team in touchdowns (6), receiving yards (674) and (17.7) avg. per catch on 38 receptions. 6 Mark Sanchez 2nd season Registered his second-career 300-yard game in the Jets 3027 win vs. HST (11/21). Has a career high 2,852 passing yards and 16 TD passes on the season. 49 Tony Richardson 16th season Lead blocker for eight 1,000-yard rushers in his career. 23 Shonn Greene 2nd season Has averaged 4.1 yards a carry, recording 656 yards on 161 carries. Led the team in rushing in four games this season. 21 LaDainian Tomlinson 10th season Has started 11 games and leads the team with 837 rushing yards, 195 carries and 5 TD on the season. Also, leads the team in receptions with 49 for 348 yards. END

DEFENSE
92 Shaun Ellis 11th season The longest-tenured Jet on the team, he is tied for the team lead with 4.5 sacks. His 72.5 career sacks rank third in team history. NT 91 Sione Pouha 6th season Started every game (12 at NT, 1 at DT), has a team-leading 3 FR, as well as, 1 FF and 2 sacks. T 70 Mike DeVito 4th season Has recorded 37 tackles and a forced fumble this season. OLB 58 Bryan Thomas 9th season Second-longest tenured Jet on the roster, has 37 tackles, 4 sacks, 1 FR, 1 FF and 1 PD. WILL 57 Bart Scott 9th season Has registered 83 tackles, 1 sack, 11 QB hurries, 1 PD, 1 FF and 1 FR on the season. MIKE 52 David Harris 4th season Paces team with 102 tackles. Has registered 3 sacks on the season. Team’s leading tackler in 2007 and 2009. OLB 97 Calvin Pace 8th season Team sack leader in 2008 and 2009, who is currently tied for the team lead with 4.5. Has 46 tackles. CB 31 Antonio Cromartie 5th season Leads the Jets with 3 interceptions, and teams with Revis to form arguably the NFL’s top cornerback tandem. CB 24 Darrelle Revis 4th season Missed games at MIA 9/26 & at BUF 10/3 due to an injury. Registered 24 tackles, 10 PD and 2 FR on the season. S 33 Eric Smith 5th season Versatile defensive performer that plays multiple positions. Recorded the 2nd blocked punt of his career when he got to a Brandon Fields kick at MIA (9/26). Led team with 8 tackles vs. CIN (11/25). S 22 Brodney Pool 6th season Has 49 tackles and an interception on the season. Recorded a sack, a FF and a FR all on separate plays vs. MIA 12/12.

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KEY RESERVES
CB 30 Drew Coleman 5th season Sealed win at MIA (9/26) with an INT in the end zone. Forced a fumble in OT at CLV (11/14). Has 22 tackles, 1 sack, 4 PD and 2 FF on the season. 26 Dwight Lowery 3rd season Sealed the Jets Week Five & Six victories with takeaways. Has 13 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 FR, 3 PD and 1 INT. 99 Jason Taylor 14th season Active NFL sack leader, that has recorded 4 sacks this season. Currently ranks tenth on the all-time NFL sack list with 131.5, just one shy of former NFL greats Lawrence Taylor and Leslie O’Neal. 20 Kyle Wilson Rookie Has seen action in all 12 contests, making 5 starts.

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KEY RESERVES
WR 16 Brad Smith 5th season Only player in modern football era (since 1933) to have scored touchdowns: receiving, rushing, kickoff return, blocked punt return and thrown a TD pass.

KICKER
K 2 Nick Folk 4th Season Set a Jets record with a 56-yard field goal at DEN (10/17). Has connected on 25-of-34 field goal attempts and all 26 extra point tries. Won game at DET (11/7) with a 30-yard FG in OT. Has made 3-or-more FG in a game, three times this season.

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PUNTER
P 9 Steve Weatherford 5th Season His 32 punts inside the 20 are first in the NFL. Has only four touchbacks on the season and has a 39.0 net average.

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OVERVIEW BY POSITION
Quarterbacks (3), Returning Starter (1) Coach Matt Cavanaugh: Mark Sanchez has thrown for a career-high 2,852 yards, 16 touchdowns and 12 interceptions for a passer rating of 74.2 on the season. He made his 25th regular season start vs. HST (11/21) and completed 22-of-38 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns with one interception for a 100.2 passer rating. It was his second career 300-yard passing game. As a starter, Sanchez owns a record of 17-10 during the regular season and a 19-11 mark, including the postseason. During Weeks 9-11, all Jets wins, Sanchez threw for 950 yards on 71-of-121 passing with six touchdowns and three interceptions for an 89.9 rating. His first-career 300-yard passing game came in Week Nine at DET (11/7), when he recorded 336 yards, one touchdown and one interception on 22-of-39 passing. Eight touchdown passes and no interceptions during the first five games of the season, made him the youngest passer in NFL history to throw eight touchdown passes without an interception. Veteran Mark Brunell signed with the Jets as a free agent (7/28/10). Coming off a Super Bowl victory with NO last season, the three-time Pro Bowler enters his 18th NFL season and has thrown for 31,928 yards and 182 touchdowns and rushed for 2,421 yards and 15 touchdowns. He saw his only action of the season at BUF (10/3). Fifth-year passer Kellen Clemens has been the inactive third quarterback for every game this season. For his career, Clemens has completed 146-of-282 passes for five touchdowns with 11 interceptions. Running Backs (5), Returning Starter (1) Coach Anthony Lynn: Both considered by Head Coach Rex Ryan as starters, running backs LaDainian Tomlinson and Shonn Greene form a 1-2 punch that has enabled the Jets to rank fifth in the NFL in rushing yards per game. Tomlinson leads the team with 837 yards and five rushing touchdowns on 195 carries. He recorded 133 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries at BUF (10/3), his first 100-yard effort since 10/26/08 at NO (19-105). His 49 receptions also lead the club. Second-year runner Greene has rushed for 656 yards and one touchdown on 161 carries. Three-time Pro Bowl fullback Tony Richardson has helped his teams rush for 20-or-more touchdowns in seven of the past eight seasons, including league-highs in 2002 (KC), 2003 (KC), 2004 (KC) and 2007 (KC). Selected by the Jets in the fifth round from Kentucky, rookie fullback John Conner sees action as a key reserve on offense and on special teams. Fourth-round selection out of USC, Joe McKnight earned his first NFL rushing attempt at BUF (10/3) and also sees time on special teams. McKnight caught his first NFL pass, a five-yard reception, vs. MIA (12/12). Wide Receivers (4), Returning Starters (2) Coach Henry Ellard: Returning veterans Jerricho Cotchery, Braylon Edwards and Brad Smith have been joined by Super Bowl XLIII MVP Santonio Holmes who made his New York Jets debut in vs. MIN (10/11). Edwards leads Jets in touchdowns (6), receiving NEWYORKJETS.COM yards (674) and yards per reception (17.7). Four of his six touchdowns receptions have occurred on plays of 30 yards or longer. Cotchery, who has led the team in receiving the previous three seasons, has recorded 36 receptions for 393 yards. He missed games vs. HST (11/21) and CIN (11/25) due to an injury. Smith has caught four pass for 44 yards and rushed for 219 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries. Vs. CIN (11/25), he recorded the Jets longest run of the season, a 53-yard touchdown, and scored on an 89-yard kickoff return. He threw the first touchdown pass of his career at BUF (10/3), a three-yard toss to TE Dustin Keller. Smith has scored his seven career touchdowns in five different ways (reception (2), rushing (2), kickoff return (2), blocked punt return and a pass). He is the only player in the modern football era (since 1933) to have scored touchdowns via: receiving, rushing, kickoff return, blocked punt return in addition to throwing a TD pass. Holmes has 41 catches for 620 yards and four touchdowns for the season, recording two 100-yard contests, totalling 114 yards at DET (11/7) and 126 vs. HST (11/21). In four Jets wins, Holmes has registered the game’s key play. At DEN (10/17), Holmes drew a 46-yard penalty with 1:26 remaining to set up the final touchdown in the 24-20 victory. At DET (11/7), Holmes had a 52-yard catch in overtime set up a game-winning field goal in a 23-20 win. In CLV (11/14) he notched a game-winning 37-yard touchdown with 16 seconds remaining in overtime, for the 26-20 victory. Vs. HST (11/21) he caught the gamewinning six-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds remaining in regulation. Tight Ends (4), Returning Starter (1) Coach Mike Devlin: Third-year TE Dustin Keller ranks second on the team in touchdowns (5) and receptions (45), while his 589 yards rank third on the club. Ben Hartsock helps key the rushing attack. Matthew Mulligan has seen action in ten games, making a start in the season opener vs. BLT (9/13) and plays primarily on special teams. Undrafted rookie free agent Jeff Cumberland has been inactive for every game this season. Offensive Line (8), Returning Starters (4) Coach Bill Callahan: Four of the five starters return for their third consecutive season for an offensive line that has helped the 2010 Jets average 148.4 yards per game, fourth best in the NFL. In 2006, Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum focused on the offensive line selecting LT D’Brickashaw Ferguson fourth overall and C Nick Mangold 29th overall in the NFL draft. The two players have started 77 consecutive games together, making them the only two players who entered the league together to start their team’s first 75 regular-season games on the same offensive line since 1970. Ferguson has earned 2010 Pro Football Weekly’s Midseason All-Pro team honors, 2009 Pro Bowl honors and 2006 All-Rookie Team honors by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writer’s Association. During his first four seasons, Mangold has earned 2009 Associated Press All-Pro honors, consecutive Pro Bowl selec5

OVERVIEW BY POSITION
tions (08-09) and all-rookie recognition in 2006 as voted by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writer’s Association. The lone new starter on the offensive line is second-year man LG Matt Slauson, who earned the starting job after an impressive offseason and has started every game this season. RG Brandon Moore leads the group, was selected to 2010 Sports Illustrated’s Midseason All-Pro team and has started 102 consecutive games for the Jets. 12-year veteran RT Damien Woody has started all 45 games he has played in with the Jets. The former Pro Bowl center won two Super Bowl championships as a member of the New England Patriots. Second-round selection G/T Vladimir Ducasse saw action in his first NFL game at BUF (10/3). T Wayne Hunter missed two games (MIA 9/26 and BUF 10/3) due to a shin injury, but returned to action vs. MIN (10/11). He is expected to start at right tackle if Woody is inactive. C/G Robert Turner serves as the primary reserve at center and guard. Hunter and Turner play in the Jets jumbo package. Defensive Line (7), Returning Starters (2) Coach Mark Carrier: The front has helped hold opposing rushing attacks to 3.4 yards per carry, which stands second-best in the NFL. This group is led by two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Shaun Ellis, whose 72.5 career sacks rank third all-time in team history. On the season, Ellis has recorded a team-high 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble. Mike DeVito has earned eight starts following the loss of Kris Jenkins and has recorded 37 tackles. Sione Pouha has started every game (twelve at NT and one at DT), moving over the center to replace the injured Jenkins and leads all Jets defensive linemen with 43 tackles and has recovered a team-high three fumbles and two sacks. Versatile defensive lineman Vernon Gholston earns snaps on the line and at linebacker, started in the victory at DET (11/7) and has seen action in every game this season. Trevor Pryce signed as a free agent (9/29/10) after being released by BLT and has helped the interior pass rush, recording 12 quarterback hits and a sack for a safety, recorded vs. CIN (11/25). Providing depth are Matt Kroul, who spent the 2009 season on the practice squad and Marcus Dixon was awarded to the Jets off of waivers (9/5/10) and has been inactive for every game this season. Linebackers (8), Returning Starters (4) Coach Bob Sutton and Jeff Weeks Led by inside linebackers David Harris and Bart Scott, this unit features the NFL active sack leader Jason Taylor, versatile linebacker Bryan Thomas and 2009 Jets leading sacker Calvin Pace. Harris leads the team with 102 tackles and has registered three sacks, a FR and two passes defensed, while Scott is second on the club with 83 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and one pass defensed. The reliable Thomas has 37 tackles, four sacks, one pass defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Taylor has added four sacks this season to bring his career total to 131.5. Lance Laury provides depth inside while second-year man Jamaal Westerman does the same on the outside. Both reserves have NEWYORKJETS.COM key roles on special teams. First-year LB Josh Mauga joined the active roster from the practice squad on (10/25) and earned his first NFL action vs. GB (11/31). Saw his first action on defense at NE (12/6). Defensive Backs (10), Returning Starters (1) Coach Dennis Thurman and Jim O’Neil This group is led by All-Pro Darrelle Revis and have limited opposing teams to a 48.9 completion percentage since 10/3, best in the NFL during that span. The secondary welcomed three new players, Brodney Pool, who has started eight games and has recorded 49 tackles and an interception, Antonio Cromartie, who leads the team with three interceptions, and rookie first-round selection Kyle Wilson, who earned starts in the first three games of the season as well as at CLV (11/14). Fifth-year veteran, Drew Coleman, began training camp as the sixth corner on the depth chart, but has played his way into the rotation, earning starts at BUF (10/3) and at DEN (10/17). For the season he has 22 tackles, 4 passes defensed, 1 sack, 2 FF and recorded the second interception of his career when he sealed the Jets second victory in Week Three at Miami. His second FF came in Week 10, when he stripped CLV WR Chansi Stuckey in overtime. Eric Smith, who starts at safety opposite Pool, rounds out the secondary with young-veterans Marquice Cole, Emanuel Cook, James Ihedigbo and Dwight Lowery. All four players serve significant roles on special teams. Lowery clinched the Jets Week Five and Six wins, returning an interception for a touchdown with under 2:00 to play against MIN (10/11) and recovering a fumble at DEN (10/17) on the Broncos final play. The team placed sixth-year player Jim Leonhard on the injured reserve with a fractured right tibia on 12/4. Specialists (3), Returning Starter (1) Coach Mike Westhoff and Ben Kotwica The only player to return in this group is punter Steve Weatherford, who joined the Jets before the season opener in 2009. On the season, his 32 punts inside the opponents’ 20-yard line rank first in the NFL. The Jets welcomed a former Pro Bowl kicker, Nick Folk, this offseason. Folk set a Jets record when he connected on a 56-yard field goal attempt at DEN (10/14). For the season, Folk has conected on 25-of-34 field goal attempts. He connected on a 36-yard field goal to force a sudden-death period at Detroit (11/7) and made a 30-yard field goal in the extra period for the win. It was the second game-winning field goal of his career, with the first coming at BUF (10/8/07) on Monday Night Football. For the first time since 2001, the Jets long snapping duties are not being handled by James Dearth. This season, first-year player Tanner Purdum has assumed the role.

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RB LaDAINIAN TOMLINSON
In five contests against the Steelers, Tomlinson has gained 415 all-purpose yards, including 261 yards rushing on 78 carries and 154 yards receiving on 25 receptions. He has scored four touchdowns against Pittsburgh, all of which have come on the ground. His best game against the Steelers came in his first match-up against them on 12/21/03, when he gained 91 yards on 22 carries (4.1 average) and scored twice on the ground.

RB LaDAINIAN TOMLINSON
Date 12/21/03 10/10/05 10/08/06 11/16/08 10/04/09 Totals Site @PIT PIT PIT @PIT @PIT Att 22 18 13 18 7 78 Yds 91 62 36 57 15 261 Avg 4.1 3.4 2.8 3.2 2.1 3.3 Lg 20 14 12 12 5 20 TD 2 1 0 1 0 4 Rec 6 7 8 3 1 25 Yds 8 68 34 45 -1 154 Avg 1.3 9.7 4.3 15.0 -1.0 6.2 Lg 10 41 19 26 -1 41 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

WR BRAYLON EDWARDS
Edwards, a former division rival of the Steelers from his time with CLV, has appeared in seven games against Pittsburgh. In those seven contests he has caught 21 passes for 389 yards (18.5 average) and two touchdowns. His best game against the Steelers came on 11/19/06 when he caught seven passes for 137 yards.

S BRODNEY POOL
Pool, a former member of CLV, has made the Steelers his opponent twice a season since entering the league in 2005. In nine career games against Pittsburgh (missed the second matchup last season due to injury), he has collected 31 tackles, two interceptions, which he returned for 35 yards and two passes defended.

WR BRAYLON EDWARDS
Date 11/13/05 11/19/06 12/07/06 09/09/07 11/11/07 09/14/08 12/28/08 Totals Site @PIT PIT @PIT PIT @PIT PIT @PIT Rec 2 7 4 3 1 3 1 21 Yds 64 137 86 49 16 32 5 389 Avg 32.0 19.6 21.5 16.3 16.0 10.7 5.0 18.5 Lg 37 63 45t 21 16t 13 5 63 TD 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 Date 11/13/05 12/24/05 11/19/06 12/07/06 09/09/07 11/11/07 09/14/08 12/28/08 10/18/09 Totals

S BRODNEY POOL
Site @PIT PIT PIT @PIT PIT @PIT PIT @PIT @PIT TT 1 1 7 7 0 5 2 4 4 31 INT 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 Yds 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 32 35 PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2

LB JASON TAYLOR
In five career games against the Steelers, Taylor has posted two sacks for 18 yards lost.

LB DAVID HARRIS
Harris has seen action against the Steelers just once, with the only meeting coming in his rookie season of 2007. In the game, he collected eight tackles and registered a 17-yard sack.

LB JASON TAYLOR
Date 09/20/98 09/26/04 09/07/06 11/26/07 01/03/10 Totals Site PIT PIT @PIT @PIT PIT Sk 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 2.0 Yds 0.0 0.0 10.0 8.0 0.0 18.0

LB DAVID HARRIS
Date 11/18/07 Totals Site PIT TT 8 8 Sk 1.0 1.0 Yds 17.0 17.0

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LB BART SCOTT
Prior to joining the Jets in 2009, Scott spent the first seven seasons of his career with BLT, a division rival of Pittsburgh. Appearing in 13 games against the Steelers in his career, he has collected 63 tackles, 4.5 sacks for 37.5 yards lost, one interceptions, five passes defended, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. All of his stats have come in the eight games played against Pittsburgh since 2005 when he became a full-time starter. Scott’s first start of his career came against the Steelers in Pittsburgh on 10/31/05 when he collected nine tackles and a pass defensed.

DE TREVOR PRYCE
Only Bart Scott (13 meetings), has faced the Steelers more than the 12 times Pryce has matched up with them. Of those 12 meetings, three have come in the postseason, including matchups in his rookie year of 1997 and 2005 while a member of DEN and later in 2008 with BLT. In his 12 career meetings with Pittsburgh, he has collected 27 tackles, five sacks, one pass defensed and one forced fumble. He has had multiple sacks in two games against the Steelers, first on 10/12/03 with DEN and again on 11/26/06 with BLT.

DE TREVOR PRYCE
Date Site 12/07/97 @PIT 01/11/98 @PIT* 10/12/03 PIT 01/22/06 PIT* 11/26/06 PIT 12/24/06 @PIT 11/05/07 @PIT 09/29/08 @PIT 12/14/08 PIT 01/18/09 @PIT* 11/29/09 PIT 12/27/09 @PIT Totals *POSTSEASON TT 2 1 3 0 5 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 27 Sk 0.0 0.0 2.0 0.5 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 5.0 Yds 0.0 0.0 17.0 3.5 17.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.5 41.0 PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 FF 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

LB BART SCOTT
Date 10/27/02 12/29/02 09/07/03 12/28/03 09/19/04 10/31/05 11/20/05 11/26/06 12/24/06 11/05/07 12/30/07 09/29/08 12/14/08 Totals Site TT PIT 0 @PIT 0 @PIT 0 PIT 0 PIT 0 @PIT 9 PIT 12 PIT 4 @PIT 8 @PIT 14 PIT 7 @PIT 6 PIT 3 63 Sk 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 4.5 Yds INT Yds 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 14.0 0 0 13.5 1 7 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 10.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 37.5 1 7 PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 5 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

DE SHAUN ELLIS
Ellis has faced off against the Steelers six times in his career, including once in the postseason in 2004. In those six career games against Pittsburgh, he has collected 30 tackles, 4.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. In his last game against the Steelers in 2007, Ellis sacked QB Ben Roethlisberger twice, forcing a fumble which he would then recover.

DE SHAUN ELLIS
Date Site 10/08/00 PIT 12/09/01 @PIT 12/14/03 PIT 12/12/04 @PIT 01/15/05 @PIT* 11/18/07 PIT Totals *POSTSEASON 8 TT 7 8 4 6 2 3 30 Sk 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 2.0 4.5 Yds FF 0.0 0 3.0 0 0.0 0 9.0 0 0.0 1 7.0 1 19.0 2 FR 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Yds 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 NEWYORKJETS.COM

LAST GAME VS. STEELERS
JETS 19, Pittsburgh 16 - Nov. 18, 2007 - The Meadowlands
STEELERS 0 7 6 3 0 JETS 10 3 0 3 3 SCORING SUMMARY T SCORING PLAY NYJ C.Baker 1 yd. pass from K.Clemens NYJ M.Nugent 25 yd. Field Goal PIT S.Holmes 7 yd. pass from B.Roethlisberger NYJ M.Nugent 19 yd. Field Goal PIT J.Reed 37 yd. Field Goal PIT J.Reed 33 yd. Field Goal PIT J.Reed 48 yd. Field Goal NYJ M.Nugent 28 yd. Field Goal NYJ M.Nugent 38 yd. Field Goal PITTSBURGH PASSING B. Roethlisberger Totals PITTSBURGH RUSHING Att W.Parker 21 N.Davenport 8 C.Davis 2 B.Roethlisberger 2 Total 33 PITTSBURGH RECEIVING No. S.Holmes 5 N.Davenport 4 H.Ward 2 H.Miller 2 C.Wilson 1 M.Spaeth 1 Total 15 Att 25 25 Yds 52 39 16 5 112 Yds 75 22 47 36 9 6 195 Cmp 15 15 Avg 2.5 4.9 8.0 2.5 3.4 Avg 15.0 5.5 23.5 18.0 9.0 6.0 13.0 Yds 195 195 Lg 14 15 10 6 15 Lg 27 9 25 19 9 6 27 TD-I 1-1 1-1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 16 19 PIT-NYJ 0-7 0-14 7-14 10-14 17-14 17-21 20-21 20-24l 23-24 TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Third Downs Total Net Yards Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Pass att-cmp-int Times sacked-yards lost Punts-average Punt returns-yards Kickoff returns-yards Penalties-yards Fumbles-lost Time of possession JETS PASSING K. Clemens Totals JETS RUSHING T.Jones K.Clemens L.Washington B.Smith Total JETS RECEIVING C.Baker B.Smith J.McCareins L.Coles J.Pociask T.Jones J.Kowalewski J.Cotchery Total Att 30 1 2 1 34 No. 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 14 Yds 117 15 10 9 151 Yds 34 26 22 56 7 7 5 5 162 Avg 3.9 15.0 5.0 9.0 4.4 Avg 8.5 8.7 11.0 56.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 5.0 11.6 Lg 26 15 8 9 26 Lg 14 12 12 56 7 7 5 5 56 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Att 31 31 Cmp 14 14 Yds 162 162 TD-I 1-1 1-1 PIT 16 5-16 263 112 151 25-15-1 3-16 5-41.4 3-13 3-62 8-100 2-1 35:52 NYJ 20 3-13 297 151 146 31-14-1 7-44 5-46.8 2-38 6-34 4-30 0-0 29:11

The Jets claimed their second win of the season in an overtime match-up against the Pittsburgh Steelers, 19-16 at the Meadowlands. The win was the Jets third over the Steelers in 18 games. The Jets scored first on a four-play, 68-yard drive highlighted by a 56-yard flea-flicker pass from QB Kellen Clemens to WR Laveranues Coles. The 56-yard strike put the Jets on the Pittsburgh 1-yard line to set up a Clemens 1-yard touchdown pass to TE Chris Baker for the 7-0 lead. Four drives later, K Mike Nugent added another three points to the Jets score as he connected on a 25-yard field goal to end the first quarter, Jets 10-0. The Steelers answered on the following drive at the start of the second quarter as QB Ben Roethlisberger capped the 8-play, 72-yard drive with a 7-yard touchdown pass to WR Santonio Holmes for the 7-10 score. On the Steelers next drive Jets S Kerry Rhodes intercepted a Roethlisberger pass intended for WR Nate Washington for a gain of two yards. The interception is his second of the season - tied for the team lead - and seventh of his career. The Jets capitalized on the ensuing drive as Nugent ended the first half as he nailed a 19-yard field goal for the 13-7 lead. At the start of the first quarter the Steelers drive moved down the field to the Jets 17-yard line. On third-and-15 DE Shaun Ellis and DT C.J. Mosley shared a sack of Roethlisberger and the Steelers were forced to kick. K Josh Reed nailed the 37-yard field goal for the 10-13 score. The Jets defense recorded a season-high seven sacks on the day. Robertson led with 2.5 sacks, Ellis had two sacks, LB David Harris had one, while LB David Bowens, DT Kenyon Coleman and DT C.J. Mosley all had 0.5 sacks. The sacks were the most that the Jets defense has recorded in a game since 2003 vs. Buffalo (10/12) when they recorded seven on Drew Bledsoe. Reed connected on a 33-yard field goal in the Steelers final drive of the third quarter to tie the game, 13-13. Jets RB Thomas Jones took the Jets into the fourth quarter as he carried the ball six times for 32 yards. Jones rushed for 117 yards on 30 carries in the game. He is the first runner to rush for more than 100 yards against the Steelers defense in 34 games, including the postseason, since the Colts Edgerrin James rushed for 124 yards on 29 carries (11/28/05 at Indianapolis). In the fourth quarter both Reed and Nugent connected on field goals of 48 and 28 yards respectively to send the game into overtime. Nugent was four-for-four on field goal attempts. He is now 17-of-22 (77.3) on the season. RB/KR Leon Washington returned a punt 33 yards on the second drive in overtime to help set up a Nugent 38-yarder to give the Jets the 19-16 victory. The kick is his first in overtime and the second game-winning field goal of his career. The first came at Miami (12/25/06). The overtime win for the Jets was their first in the regular season since they defeated Oakland, 27-24 (11/9/03). It was the Jets first win in any overtime game since they defeated San Diego, 20-17, in the 2004 AFC Playoffs (1/8/05). The Jets are now 15-15- 2 overall in overtime games.

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CONNECTIONS
Miles From Home...
Jets CB Darrelle Revis grew up in Aliquippa, PA, just 20 miles outside of Pittsburgh and played at Aliquippa High School before attending the University of Pittsburgh. While in high school, Revis played quarterback, defensive back, wide receiver, cornerback and kick returner. He compiled 1,637 total yards and 13 touchdowns, averaging 15.4 yards per touch as a senior. His performance led to Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AA Player of the Year honors and a first-team selection to the Pennsylvania Class AA All-State team. He also played basketball at Aliquippa, averaging 22.8 points per game as a senior, earning Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AA All-State first-team honors and a selection to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Fabulous Five.” While at the University of Pittsburgh, Revis was a semifinalist for the 2006 Jim Thorpe Award for the nation’s top defensive back. His 73-yard punt return against West Virginia was selected the 2006 “College Football Play of the Year” by ESPN. On the play, Revis fielded the punt on a bounce, cut all the way across the field and then weaved through several potential tacklers up the sideline to reach the end zone. He became the first Pittsburgh cornerback to be selected first-team All-Conference twice since former Jet and Steeler Hank Poteat accomplished the feat in 1998 and 1999. As a junior, became the first player in Pittsburgh history to return an interception for a touchdown in consecutive games. Jets LB Jason Taylor was born in Pittsburgh, PA and played at Woodland Hills High School in Pittsburgh. Jets Quarterback Coach Matt Cavanaugh won the 1976 National Championship when he played quarterback at the University of Pittsburgh and later returned to serve as the school’s tight ends coach in 1993 and later as their offensive coordinator from 2005-08. Jets Defensive Coordinator Mike Pettine spent two seasons at the University of Pittsburgh as a defensive graduate assistant in 1993-94. Jets Special Teams Coordinator Mike Westhoff hails from Pittsburgh, PA.

Former Pittsburgh Steelers
Jets WR Santonio Holmes was acquired by the club in an offseason trade with PIT before the 2010 NFL Draft. Holmes, initially a first-round selection by PIT in 2006, spent his first four seasons with the Steelers and was named Super Bowl XLIII MVP for the club.

Former New York Jets
Steelers LB James Farrior was initially a first-round pick by the Jets in the 1997 NFL Draft and played four seasons for the club before departing in 2002 as an unrestricted free agent.

College Teammates
Jets CB Antonio Cromartie was a teammate at Florida State with both Steelers CB Bryant McFadden and LB Lawrence Timmons. Jets LB David Harris and WR Braylon Edwards played with Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley at Michigan. Jets LT D’Brickashaw Ferguson played at Virginia with Steelers TE Heath Miller.

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2010 RECORDS
Overall Record ........................................................ 9-4 Home ..................................................................... 4-3 Away ...................................................................... 5-1 When: Jets win coin toss..................................................... 4-3 Jets lose coin toss .................................................... 5-1 Scoring first ............................................................. 6-1 Opponent scores first ................................................ 3-3 Leading at halftime .................................................. 6-0 Tied at halftime ....................................................... N/A Trailing at halftime ................................................... 3-4 Leading after three quarters....................................... 7-0 Tied after three quarters............................................ N/A Trailing after three quarters ....................................... 2-4 Overtime ................................................................. 2-0 Scoring on first possession ........................................ 4-0 Scoring touchdown on first possession ........................ 2-0 Scoring field goal on first possession........................... 2-0 Scoring 10 or more points ......................................... 8-0 Scoring 20 or more points ......................................... 8-0 Scoring 30 or more points ......................................... 3-0 Allowing 10 or fewer points ....................................... 1-3 Allowing 20 or fewer points ....................................... 7-2 Outcomes of 7 points or less ..................................... 4-2 Outcomes of 3 points or less ..................................... 2-1 Rushing 20 or more times ......................................... 9-4 Rushing 30 or more times ......................................... 8-2 Rushing 40 or more times ......................................... 2-0 Time of possession 30:00 or more ............................. 6-2 Individual Jets 100-yard rusher ................................. 1-0 Individual Jets 100-yard receiver ............................... 3-0 Individual Jets 300-yard passer ................................. 2-0 Jets out-gain opposition ............................................ 7-2 Jets out-rush opposition ............................................ 8-3 Jets out-pass opposition............................................ 4-2 Opponent individual 100-yard rusher ......................... N/A Opponent individual 100-yard receiver ....................... 4-1 Opponent individual 300-yard passer ......................... 1-0 Surfaces: On grass ................................................................. 3-0 On artificial turf ....................................................... 6-4 Outdoors ................................................................. 8-4 Indoors ................................................................... 1-0 NEWYORKJETS.COM 11 By Month: September .............................................................. 2-1 October .............................................................. 3-1 November .............................................................. 4-0 December .............................................................. 0-2 Against: AFC Opponents ........................................................ 7-3 AFC East .............................................................. 3-2 AFC North .............................................................. 2-1 AFC South .............................................................. 1-0 AFC West .............................................................. 1-0 NFC Opponents ....................................................... 2-1 NFC North .............................................................. 2-1 Jersey Color: Green Jerseys .......................................................... 3-2 White Jets Jerseys.................................................... 6-2 Time Of Game: Day ........................................................................ 6-2 Night ...................................................................... 3-2 Turnovers: Positive ................................................................... 6-2 Even ....................................................................... N/A Negative ................................................................. 3-2

SUPPLEMENTAL STATS
JETS SINGLE-GAME TEAM HIGHS & LOWS OPPONENTS SINGLE-GAME TEAM HIGHS & LOWS

HIGH
YARDS/FIRST DOWNS

LOW

HIGH

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Total Net Yards ................ 456 .......... at CLV 11/14 .......176 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 Total Plays ........................ 91.......... at CLV 11/14 .........44 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 First Downs ....................... 28 .......... at CLV 11/14 ..........6 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 RUSHING Rushing Yards.................. 273 ........... at BUF 10/3 .........87 ...........vs. MIA 12/12 Rushing Attempts .............. 49 ........... at BUF 10/3 .........21 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 Average Gain/Rush ............ 5.6 ........... at BUF 10/3 ........2.8 ...........vs. MIA 12/12 PASSING Net Passing Yards ............ 327 ............at DET 11/7 .........60 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 Pass Attempts ................... 44 three, last vs. MIA 12/12 ..21 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 Pass Completions ............... 27 .......... at CLV 11/14 .........10 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 Average Gain/Pass ............. 9.1 ............ at MIA 9/26 ........2.6 ............. vs. BLT 9/13 Passes Intercepted ............... 3 ............. at NE 12/6 ...........0 .... five, last vs. MIN 10/11 Sacks Allowed ..................... 6 .........vs. MIA 12/12 ...........0 ......twice, last at BUF 10/3 FUMBLES Fumbles Lost ....................... 1 .....six, last vs. MIA 12/12 ...0 ....... seven, last at NE 12/6 PENALTIES Penalties ........................... 14........... vs. BLT 9/13 ...........4 ........ three, last at NE 12/6 Yards Penalized................ 125 ........... vs. BLT 9/13 .........30 ..............at BUF 10/3 POINTS/TIME OF POSSESSION Points ............................... 38........... at BUF 10/3 ...........0 ............ vs. GB 10/31 Touchdowns ........................ 5 ........... at BUF 10/3 ...........0 .... four, last vs. MIA 12/12 Time of Possession ........ 47:08 .......... at CLV 11/14 ....21:28 ............. vs. BLT 9/13

436 ........... at MIA 9/26.......131 ........... vs. MIA 12/12 75 ................. BLT 9/13.........46 ...............at BUF 10/3 24 ............. at MIA 9/26...........6 ............vs. MIA 12/12 145 ........ at DEN 10/17.........46 ............ vs. CIN 11/25 37 .......... at DEN 10/17.........16 ...............at BUF 10/3 7.1 ............at BUF 10/3........1.4 .............. vs. BLT 9/13 352 ........... at MIA 9/26.........30 ............vs. MIA 12/12 45 ............. at MIA 9/26.........19 ............vs. MIA 12/12 26 ............. at MIA 9/26...........5 ............vs. MIA 12/12 9.5 ..............at NE 12/6........1.3 ............vs. MIA 12/12 2 ......twice, last vs. CIN 11/25 ......0 eight, last vs. MIA 12/12 5 ............ vs. MIA 12/12...........1 three, last vs. HST 11/21 3 ............. vs. MIA 12/12...........0 ....four, last at NE 12/6 11 ............. at DET 11/7...........1 .................. at NE 12/6 102 ........... at DET 11/7.........10 .................at NE 12/6 45 ...............at NE 12/6...........9 ............. vs. GB 10/31 6 .................. at NE 12/6...........0 ............. vs. GB 10/31 38:32 ............ BLT 9/13....19:31 ...............at BUF 10/3

JETS SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL BESTS
RUSHING Yards Rushing.................... 133 ............................ LaDainian Tomlinson at BUF 10/3 Rushing Attempts ................ 22 ...................................... Shonn Greene at BUF 10/3 Longest Run ........................ 53 ........................................Brad Smith vs. CIN 11/25 Longest TD Run ................... 53 ........................................Brad Smith vs. CIN 11/25 PASSING Yards Passing (gross) .......... 336 ...................................... Mark Sanchez at DET 11/7 Passes Attempted................. 44 ...........three times, last, Mark Sanchez vs. MIA 12/12 Passes Completed ................ 27 .....................................Mark Sanchez at CLV 11/14 TD Passes ............................. 3 .......... three times, last, Mark Sanchez vs. HST 11/21 RECEIVING Yards Receiving ................. 126 ............................... Santonio Holmes vs. HST 11/21 Receptions ............................ 7 ............. four times, last, Santonio Holmes at NE 12/6 Longest Completion .............. 74 .....................M. Sanchez to B. Edwards at DET 11/7 Longest TD Pass .................. 74 .....................M. Sanchez to B. Edwards at DET 11/7 SPECIAL TEAMS/DEFENSE Longest Kick Return ............. 89 ........................................Brad Smith vs. CIN 11/25 Longest Punt ....................... 61 ............. twice, last, Steve Weatherford vs. CIN 11/25 Longest Punt Return ............. 32 ...................................... Jim Leonhard vs. BLT 9/13 Longest Field Goal................ 56 .......................................... Nick Folk at DEN 10/17 Longest FG Att. .................... 61 ............................................. Nick Folk at MIA 9/26 Most Tackles ....................... 12 ...................................... David Harris at DEN 10/17 QB Sacks ........................... 1.5 .......................................Calvin Pace vs. MIN 10/11 Interceptions ......................... 1 ............ seven times, last, A. Cromartie vs. CIN 11/25 ...................................................................................... J. Leonhard vs. CIN 11/25 Longest INT for a TD ............ 26 ..................................Dwight Lowery vs. MIN 10/11

OPPONENTS SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL BESTS
88 ................................... Adrian Peterson MIN 10/11 22 .........................................Arian Foster HST 11/21 30 ................................... Adrian Peterson MIN 10/11 12 .....................................Peyton Hillis at CLV 11/14 363 .......................................Chad Henne at MIA 9/26 44 .......................................Chad Henne at MIA 9/26 26 .......................................Chad Henne at MIA 9/26 4 .......................................... Tom Brady at NE 12/6 166 ............................... Brandon Marshall at MIA 9/26 10 ............................... Brandon Marshall at MIA 9/26 50 ..................... T. Brady to D. Woodhead at NE 12/6 43 ................ M. Schaub to J. Dreessen vs. HST 11/21 44 .................................. Percy Harvin vs. MIN 10/11 69 ................................Brandon Fields vs. MIA 12/12 32 .....................................Eddie Royal at DEN 10/17 59 ......................................Matt Prater at DEN 10/17 59 ......................................Matt Prater at DEN 10/17 13 ................................... Donte Whitner at BUF 10/3 2 .........four times, last, Cameron Wake vs. MIA 12/12 1 ..................12 times, last, N. Carroll vs. MIA 12/12 N/A ..................................................................... N/A

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SUPPLEMENTAL STATS
TAKEAWAY-GIVEAWAY

TAKEAWAYS: 23 resulting in 3 TD, 7 FG, 3 MFG, 6 Punts, 0 INTs, 1 Fumbles, 0 Halves, 3 Game, 0 Downs = 42 Points GIVEAWAYS: 18 resulting in 7 TD, 4 FG, 2 MFG, 4 Punts, 0 INTs, 0 Fumbles, 0 Halves, 0 Games, 1 Downs = 60 Points* *DET missed an extra point
TAKEAWAYS/GIVEAWAYS DATE 9/13 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/11 10/17 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/25 12/6 12/12 TOTAL OPP . vs. BLT vs. NE at MIA at BUF vs. MIN at DEN vs. GB at DET at CLV vs. HST vs. CIN at NE vs. MIA INT 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7 TAKEAWAYS Fumbles 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 16 Total 3 3 1 2 3 2 0 0 2 1 3 0 3 23 INT 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 12 GIVEAWAYS Fumbles Total 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 3 1 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 3 1 2 6 18 Differential +2 +3 +1 +2 +3 -1 -3 -2 +1 -1 +2 -3 +1 +5 W/L L W W W W W L W W W W L L 9-4

BIG RUSHING PLAYS (Runs of 10 or more yards) JETS (38) OPPONENTS (29) 9/13 vs. BLT .................................................. 21, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ...................................................................................22, Brad Smith ...................................................................................... ..................................................................... 18, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... 9/19 vs. NE ................................................... 14, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ..................................................................... 11, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ..................................................................... 31, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... 9/26 at MIA ................................................... 10, LaDainian Tomlinson ............................................................ 17, Ronnie Brown ..................................................................... 21, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ...................................................................................16, Brad Smith ...................................................................................... ...................................................................................16, Brad Smith ...................................................................................... ..................................................................... 18, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... 10/3 at BUF ................................................... 13, LaDainian Tomlinson ..............................................................12, Fred Jackson ..................................................................... 15, LaDainian Tomlinson ......................................................... 10, Ryan Fitzpatrick ............................................................................... 17, Shonn Greene ......................................................... 21, Ryan Fitzpatrick ............................................................................... 15, Shonn Greene ......................................................... 22, Ryan Fitzpatrick .....................................................................26, LaDainian Tomlinson ..........................................................15, Adrian Peterson 10/11 vs. MIN................................................ 12, LaDainian Tomlinson ..........................................................30, Adrian Peterson ..................................................................... 17, LaDainian Tomlinson ..........................................................10, Adrian Peterson ..................................................................... 16, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ..................................................................... 16, LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ...............................................................................23, Shonn Greene ...................................................................................... 10/17 at DEN ......................................................14, Santonio Holmes ......................................................13, Knowshon Moreno .....................................................................20, LaDainian Tomlinson .......................................................13, Correll Buckhalter ......................................................................................................................................................................... 13, Eddie Royal ................................................................................................................................................................14, Knowshon Moreno ........................................................................................................................................................................... 13, Kyle Orton 10/31 vs. GB ..................................................... 17, Steve Weatherford ........................................................27, Brandon Jackson ............................................................................... 20, Mark Sanchez ...................................................................................... 11/7 at DET ............................................................. 12, Shonn Greene ................................................................17, Jahvid Best ..................................................................... 10, LaDainian Tomlinson ................................................................15, Jahvid Best

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11/14 at CLV ........................................................... 10, Shonn Greene .............................................................. 14, Peyton Hillis ...................................................................................16, Brad Smith ................................................................14, Josh Cribbs ........................................................................................................................................................................12, Peyton Hillis 11/21 vs. HST.......................................................... 12, Mark Sanchez ............................................................... 19, Arian Foster ............................................................................... 12, Shonn Greene ............................................................. 10, Jacoby Jones ......................................................................................................................................................................... 10, Arian Foster 11/25 vs. CIN ............................................................. 53, Brad Smith ............................................................14, Cedric Benson 12/6 at NE ..................................................... 14, LaDainian Tomlinson ................................................. 12, BenJarvus Green-Ellis ............................................................................... 13, Shonn Greene ................................................. 13, BenJarvus Green-Ellis ............................................................................... 11, Shonn Greene ................................................. 11, BenJarvus Green-Ellis ............................................................................... 11, Mark Sanchez ................................................. 10, BenJarvus Green-Ellis ................................................................................11, Joe McKnight ...................................................................................... 12/12 vs. MIA .......................................................... 14, Mark Sanchez ...............................................................10, Chad Henne ...................................................................................................................................................................... 10, Ronnie Brown Bold indicates TD

BIG PASSING PLAYS (Passes of 20 or more yards) JETS (40) OPPONENTS (40) 9/13 vs. BLT ................................................................................................................... 27, Joe Flacco to T..J. Houshmandzadeh ..................................................................................................................................................38, Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin ..................................................................................................................................................27, Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin ....................................................................................................................................................... 35, Joe Flacco to Todd Heap 9/19 vs. NE .......................................22, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ....................................46, Tom Brady to Aaron Hernandez .........................................................39, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller .......................................... 34, Tom Brady to Randy Moss .........................................................21, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ...................................................................................... 9/26 at MIA ..................................... 24, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ...................................... 28, Chad Henne to Brian Hartline .........................................................31, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller .................................40, Chad Henne to Brandon Marshall ......................................................22, Mark Sanchez to David Clowney .................................30, Chad Henne to Brandon Marshall ..................................................67, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ...................................................................................... ...................................................20, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ...................................................................................... 10/3 at BUF ................................41, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ..................................37, Ryan Fitzpatrick to David Nelson ............................................................................................................................................20, Ryan Fitzpatrick to David Nelson 10/11 vs. MIN..............................31, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards .......................................... 22, Brett Favre to Percy Harvin ....................................................................................................................................................37, Brett Favre to Randy Moss ...................................................................................................................................................34, Brett Favre to Percy Harvin ................................................................................................................................................20, Brett Favre to Adrian Peterson ...................................................................................................................................................... 33, Brett Favre to Greg Lewis .....................................................................................................................................................21, Brett Favre to Randy Moss ............................................................................................................................................ 20, Brett Favre to Visanthe Shiancoe 10/17 at DEN .............................32, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ......................................... 27, Kyle Orton to Jabar Gaffney .........................................................22, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ............................................ 24, Kyle Orton to Eddie Royal .........................................................41, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ......................................... 44, Kyle Orton to Brandon Loyd ...................................................22, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ........................................ 20, Kyle Orton to Brandon Lloyd 10/31 vs. GB .............................. 49, Mark Sanchez to Jerricho Cotchery ................................... 30, Aaron Rodgers to Greg Jennings ...................................................32, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ...................................................................................... .........................................................40, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ...................................................................................... .................................................. 20, Mark Sanchez to Jerricho Cotchery ...................................................................................... 11/7 at DET .................................31, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ............................... 25, Matthew Stafford to Nate Burleson ..................................................74, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards .................................. 27, Matthew Stafford to Kevin Smith ...................................................21, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ............................... 36, Matthew Stafford to Nate Burleson .........................................................25, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller ...................................................................................... ...................................................52, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ...................................................................................... 11/14 at CLV ...............................21, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ........................................... 37, Colt McCoy to Josh Cribbs .................................................25, Mark Sanchez to Jerricho Cotchery 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...................................................22, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ...................................................................................... ............................................. 21, Mark Sanchez to LaDainian Tomlinson ...................................................................................... ..................................................37, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ...................................................................................... 11/21 vs. HST..............................22, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ...................................... 21, Matt Schaub to Joel Dreessen ...................................................26, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ........................................ 20, Matt Schaub to Arian Foster ....................................................... 21, Mark Sanchez to Patrick Turner ...................................... 31, Matt Schaub to Joel Dreessen ...................................................27, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ..................................... 43, Matt Schaub to Joel Dreessen ..................................................41, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ................................... 35, Matt Schaub to David Anderson ............................................. 21, Mark Sanchez to LaDainian Tomlinson .................................... 20, Matt Schaub to Andre Johnson ...................................................42, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards 11/25 vs. CIN ....................................21, Mark Sanchez to Dustin Keller .............................25, Carson Palmer to Jermaine Gresham ...........................................................23, Mark Sanchez to Brad Smith 12/6 at NE ...................................22, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ......................................... 20, Tom Brady to Deion Branch ...................................................24, Mark Sanchez to Braylon Edwards ........................................ 25, Tom Brady to Deion Branch ............................................................................................................................................. 35, Tom Brady to Danny Woodhead ..............................................................................................................................................35, Tom Brady to Aaron Hernandez ............................................................................................................................................. 50, Tom Brady to Danny Woodhead 12/12 vs. MIA ..............................42, Mark Sanchez to Santonio Holmes ................................... 28, Chad Henne to Anthony Fasano Bold indicates TD

OFFENSIVE DRIVE ENGINEERING Drives TD FG MFG BLK FG Punt Jets 166 26 25 8 1 70 Opp. 165 28 16 4 0 82 *=NYJ converted a two-point attempt vs. NE (9/19) #=MIN failed on a two-point conversion (10/11) (11/25) ^=DET failed on an extra point attempt (11/7) GOAL-TO-GO SITUATIONS Drives TD FG MFG TD% Jets 15 11 3 1 73% Opp. 22 18 4 0 82% ^=DET failed on an extra-point attempt (11/7)

BLK Punt 0 1

FMBL 6 14

INT DWNS SFTY HLF GAME END RG PTS 12 8 0 3 6 1 257* 7 1 1 6 5 0 232#^ NYJ returned an INT for a TD vs. MIN (10/11) NYJ returned a kickoff for a TD vs. CIN NYJ recorded a safety vs. CIN (11/25)

Score% 93% 100%

FMBL 0 0

INT 0 0

Downs 0 0

Punt 0 0

Half 0 0

Game 0 0

End RG 0 0

PTS 86 137^

SCORING BY QUARTER Date 9/13 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/11 10/17 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/25 12/6 12/12 Opp. vs. BLT vs. NE at MIA at BUF vs. MIN at DEN vs. GB at DET at CLV vs. HST vs. CIN at NE vs. MIA Totals W-L L W W W W W L W W W W L L 9-4 1ST 3 0 7 7 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 26 2ND 3 10 7 10 6 7 0 10 14 10 3 3 3 86 JETS 3RD 4TH 0 3 11 7 7 10 21 0 6 14 3 14 0 0 0 10 0 3 7 10 14 9 0 0 0 3 69 83 OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 0 9 Total 9 28 31 38 29 24 0 23 26 30 26 3 6 273 1ST 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 10 0 0 17 10 47 2ND 7 14 10 7 0 10 0 0 3 7 7 7 0 72 OPPONENTS 3RD 4TH 3 0 0 0 10 3 0 7 7 13 7 3 0 6 6 7 0 7 0 20 0 3 7 14 0 0 40 83 OT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 10 14 23 14 20 20 9 20 20 27 10 45 10 242

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INACTIVES vs. BLT, 9/13 .......... Brown ......... Clemens 3-QB......Cumberland .........Dixon........Ducasse........McKnight ..........Pace ............ Pool vs. NE, 9/19 .......... Brown ......... Clemens 3-QB......Cumberland .........Dixon........Ducasse.......... Green......... McKnight ........ Pace at MIA, 9/26 .... Clemens 3-QB .....Cumberland ........ Cummings ..........Dixon.........Hunter.........McKnight ..........Pace ........... Revis at BUF, 10/3 .... Clemens 3-QB .....Cumberland ........... Dixon .............Hunter ......... Pace .............Revis ............Turner...... Westerman vs. MIN, 10/11. Clemens 3-QB .....Cumberland ........ Cummings ..........Dixon........Ducasse...........Kroul ......... McKnight ... Westerman at DEN, 10/17 ..Clemens-3QB ......Cumberland ........... Dixon ............Ducasse........Green ............Kroul ......... McKnight ... Westerman vs. GB, 10/31 ...Clemens-3QB ......Cumberland ........... Dixon ............Ducasse....... Gilbert ............Kroul ......... McKnight ... Westerman at DET, 11/7......Clemens-3QB ......Cumberland ........... Dixon ............Ducasse....... Gilbert ............Kroul ......... McKnight ... Westerman at CLV, 11/14 ....Clemens-3QB ........... Cole .............Cumberland .........Dixon........Ducasse..........Gilbert .......... Mauga ....... Mulligan vs. HST, 11/21 ..Clemens-3QB ........... Cole ............... Cotchery ...... Cumberland .....Dixon ......... Ducasse ......... Lowery ........ Mauga vs. CIN, 11/25 ..Clemens-3QB ........... Cole ............... Cotchery ...... Cumberland .....Dixon ............Kroul ........... Lowery ..... Westerman at NE, 12/6 .......Clemens-3QB .......... Coles ............Cumberland .........Dixon........Ducasse...........Kroul .......... Mulligan .... Westerman vs. MIA, 12/12 ..Clemens-3QB ........... Cole .............Cumberland .........Dixon........Ducasse........ Ihedigbo ........ Mulligan .... Westerman

LONGEST DRIVES PLAYS 19, at CLV 11/14 (Missed FG) PLAYS 15, vs. NE 9/19 (TD) JETS YARDS 92, vs. HST 11/21 (TD) OPPONENT YARDS 94, at NE 12/6 (TD) TIME 10:04, at CLV 11/14 (Missed FG) TIME 9:16, vs. BLT 9/13 (Fumble)

LONGEST SCORING DRIVES PLAYS 18, at BUF 10/4 13, at DEN 10/17 PLAYS 12, at MIA 9/26 15, vs. NE 9/19 JETS YARDS 87, at BUF 10/4 92, vs. HST 11/21 OPPONENT YARDS 80, vs. BLT 9/13 94, at NE 12/6 TIME 9:21, at BUF 10/4 6:55 vs. NE 9/19 TIME 6:23, at MIA 9/26 8:10, vs. NE 9/19

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DRIVES THAT PENETRATED THE OPPONENTS’ 20-YARD LINE NEW YORK JETS Opp. Drives Scores Scoring% TD TD% FG INT Fumbles vs. BLT 2 2 100% 0 0% 2 0 0 vs. NE 4 4 100% 3 75% 1 0 0 at MIA 3 3 100% 2 67% 1 0 0 at BUF 5 4 80% 3 60% 1 0 0 vs. MIN 4 4 100% 0 0% 4 0 0 at DEN 1 1 100% 1 100% 0 0 0 vs. GB 1 0 0% 0 0% 0 0 0 at DET 4 4 100% 1 25% 3 0 0 at CLV 4 3 75% 1 25% 2 0 0 vs. HST 5 5 100% 2 40% 3 0 0 vs. CIN 2 2 100% 1 50% 1 0 0 at NE 2 0 0% 0 0% 0 1 0 vs. MIA 1 1 100% 0 0% 1 0 0 Totals 38 33 87% 14 37% 19 1 0 *Made a two-point conversion attempt vs. NE (9/19)

Blk FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Missed FG Downs 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1

Half Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 6 25* 17 24 12 7 0 16 13 23 10 0 3 156

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OPPONENTS’ DRIVES THAT PENETRATED THE JETS’ 20-YARD LINE OPPONENTS Opp. Drives Scores Scoring% TD TD% FG INT Fumbles vs. BLT 2 2 100% 1 50% 1 0 0 vs. NE 3 1 33% 1 33% 0 0 1 at MIA 4 3 75% 2 50% 1 1 0 at BUF 2 2 100% 2 100% 0 0 0 vs. MIN 1 1 100% 1 100% 0 0 0 at DEN 3 2 66% 2 66% 0 0 0 vs. GB 1 1 100% 0 0% 1 0 0 at DET 3 3 100% 3 100% 0 0 0 at CLV 4 4 100% 2 50% 2 0 0 vs. HST 4 4 100% 2 50% 2 0 0 vs. CIN 3 2 67% 1 33% 1 0 0 at NE 5 5 100% 5 100% 0 0 0 vs. MIA 2 1 50% 1 50% 0 0 1 Totals 37 31 84% 23 62% 8 1 2 ^=DET failed on an extra point attempt (11/7) Blk FG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Missed FG Downs 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 Half Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Points 10 7 17 14 7 14 3 20^ 20 20 10 35 7 184

2010 BALL POSSESSION AND DRIVE CHART *= inside opponent’s 20 BALTIMORE RAVENS 10 AT NEW YORK JETS 9 (9/13/10) BALTIMORE (38:32) AVERAGE—BLT 23 NEW YORK (21:28) AVERAGE--NYJ 40 NO BEGIN 1. BLT20 2. BLT30 3. BLT13 4. BLT36 5. BLT24 6. BLT28 7. BLT8 8. BLT1 9. BLT2 10. BLT27 11. BLT26 12. NYJ40 TIME PLAYS 0:07 1 9:16 14 1:53 3 3:18 7 4:03 11 2:31 6 4:30 9 2:52 5 2:20 3 4:16 9 2:50 7 0:36 1 YDS -7 58 0 16 44 14 80 7 2 31 38 -1 PEN 0 -10 0 28 32 0 5 5 -1 0 0 0 NET -7 48 0 44 76 14 85 12 1 31 38 -1 LAST BLT20 NYJ20 BLT13 NYJ20 *NYJ1 BLT42 *NYJ7 BLT13 BLT3 NYJ42 NYJ36 NYJ40 RESULT BEGIN Fumble NYJ21 Fumble BLT11 Punt NYJ22 Interception BLT37 Touchdown BLT31 Punt NYJ20 Field Goal NYJ31 Punt NYJ32 Punt NYJ40 Punt BLT35 Punt NYJ8 End of Game NYJ18 TIME PLAYS 2:23 5 1:36 4 3:06 5 3:23 5 0:49 2 0:06 1 0:52 3 2:20 3 2:36 4 1:30 4 1:46 4 1:01 7 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 15 0 15 NYJ36 Punt 6 0 6 *BLT5 Field Goal 35 0 35 BLT43 Punt 22 5 27 *BLT10 Field Goal 7 0 7 BLT26 Fumble -1 -5 -6 NYJ15 End of Half 7 0 7 NYJ38 Punt 7 0 7 NYJ39 Punt 30 -10 20 BLT40 Punt 5 0 5 BLT30 Field Goal 16 0 16 NYJ24 Punt 27 -5 22 NYJ31 Downs

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 14 AT NEW YORK JETS 28 (9/19/10) NEW ENGLAND (27:28) AVERAGE—NE 25 NEW YORK (32:32) AVERAGE--NYJ 27 NO BEGIN 1. NE28 2. NE25 3. NE34 4. NE20 5. NE30 6. NE20 7. NE31 8. NE11 9. NE26 10. TIME PLAYS 7:31 13 8:10 15 1:01 3 0:48 4 3:42 7 1:13 3 0:44 2 2:16 5 2:03 6 YDS 63 60 8 80 18 1 7 13 41 PEN -10 15 0 0 5 0 0 5 8 NET 53 75 8 80 23 1 7 18 49 LAST *NYJ19 *NYJ6 NE42 NYJ34 NYJ47 NE21 NE38 NE29 *NYJ16 RESULT Missed FG Touchdown Punt Touchdown Interception Punt Interception Punt Fumble BEGIN NYJ27 NYJ23 NYJ21 NYJ20 NYJ28 NYJ3 NYJ30 NYJ41 NYJ37 NYJ41 TIME PLAYS 1:02 3 6:55 12 3:40 7 0:53 7 1:38 3 4:47 10 3:02 6 1:30 4 4:59 8 4:06 7 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 5 0 5 NYJ32 Punt 62 15 77 *NE10 Touchdown 24 0 24 NYJ45 Punt 49 0 49 NE31 Field Goal -5 0 -5 NYJ23 Punt 80 0 80 *NE17 Field Goal 70 0 70 *NE2 Touchdown 14 0 14 NE45 Punt 24 39 63 *NE1 Touchdown 13 -10 3 NYJ47 End of Game

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NEW YORK JETS 31 AT MIAMI DOLPHINS 23 (9/26/10) NEW YORK (27:12) AVERAGE—NYJ 31 MIAMI (32:48) AVERAGE--MIA 27 NO BEGIN 1. NYJ28 2. NYJ13 3. NYJ10 4. MIA43 5. NYJ28 6. NYJ33 7. NYJ40 8. MIA17 9. NYJ5 10. NYJ20 11. NYJ20 TIME PLAYS 5:43 10 1:44 3 4:07 7 1:48 3 1:02 7 0:18 1 2:03 4 4:10 8 1:03 3 4:47 12 0:27 1 YDS 72 10 85 2 34 67 19 34 2 78 -1 PEN 0 -5 5 0 -5 0 0 -29 0 2 0 NET 72 5 90 2 29 67 19 5 2 80 -1 LAST MIA24 NYJ18 *MIA12 MIA41 MIA43 NYJ33 MIA41 *MIA12 NYJ7 *MIA1 NYJ20 RESULT BEGIN Touchdown MIA30 Punt MIA38 Touchdown MIA24 Punt MIA14 Missed FG MIA27 Touchdown MIA25 Punt MIA5 Field Goal MIA28 Punt 50 Touchdown MIA31 End of Game TIME PLAYS 1:11 3 3:41 7 4:21 9 6:23 12 6:13 12 3:15 8 1:06 4 2:56 5 2:14 6 1:28 7 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT -3 0 -3 MIA27 Punt 19 0 19 NYJ43 Punt 64 12 76 *NYJ3 Touchdown 59 0 59 NYJ27 Field Goal 78 -5 73*NYJ11 Touchdown 83 -10 73 *NYJ2 Field Goal 19 0 19 MIA24 Blk Punt 30 0 30 NYJ42 Punt 18 0 18 NYJ32 Field Goal 69 -5 64 *NYJ5 Interception

NEW YORK JETS 38 AT BUFFALO BILLS 14 (10/4/10) NEW YORK (40:29) AVERAGE—NYJ 38 BUFFALO (19:31) AVERAGE--BUF25 NO BEGIN 1. NYJ37 2. BUF39 3. NYJ33 4. NYJ22 5. NYJ12 6. NYJ34 7. NYJ22 8. NYJ31 9. BUF23 10.BUF35 11. NYJ34 12. NYJ37 13. NYJ28 14. NYJ36 TIME PLAYS 4:18 9 3:18 6 0:54 3 1:17 3 9:21 18 1:29 3 0:33 1 5:22 10 1:20 3 0:44 2 1:44 3 2:42 5 4:42 6 2:45 5 YDS 63 27 -3 9 87 66 9 55 23 35 12 24 21 13 PEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 -10 -10 -5 0 NET LAST 63 *BUF1 27 *BUF12 -3 NYJ30 9 NYJ31 87 *BUF1 66 BUF41 9 NYJ22 69 *BUF3 23 *BUF2 35 BUF26 2 NYJ36 14 BUF49 16 NYJ44 13 NYJ49 RESULT BEGIN Touchdown BUF21 Missed FG BUF26 Punt NYJ49 Punt BUF20 Field Goal BUF36 Touchdown BUF34 End of Half BUF23 Touchdown BUF8 Touchdown BUF22 Touchdown BUF31 Punt BUF21 Punt BUF22 Punt BUF11 Punt TIME PLAYS 1:38 3 1:21 4 1:07 3 2:45 3 1:59 7 3:29 5 0:13 1 1:12 3 1:13 3 0:28 3 2:23 5 0:55 3 0:48 3 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 5 0 5 BUF26 Punt 20 0 20 BUF46 Punt 0 0 0 NYJ49 Punt 15 -10 5 BUF25 Punt 64 0 64 *NYJ4 Touchdown 11 0 11 BUF45 Punt 0 0 0 BUF23 Fumble 6 0 6 BUF14 Punt 5 0 5 BUF27 Punt 0 0 0 BUF31 Punt 74 5 79*NYJ13 Touchdown -3 0 -3 BUF19 Punt 26 0 26 BUF37 End of Game

MINNESOTA VIKINGS 20 AT NEW YORK JETS 29 (10/12/10) MINNESOTA (26:05) AVERAGE—MIN 27 NEW YORK (33:55) AVERAGE--NYJ 36 NO BEGIN 1. MIN40 2. MIN11 3. MIN31 4. MIN6 5. MIN27 6. MIN25 7. MIN42 8. NYJ49 9. MIN18 10. MIN28 11. MIN35 12. MIN9 13. MIN46 14. MIN16 15. MIN23 TIME PLAYS 3:11 3 1:48 3 1:35 4 1:40 3 1:30 3 1:29 4 0:17 1 0:14 1 1:43 3 4:01 10 3:02 5 2:26 6 1:21 5 0:18 3 1:30 8 YDS 20 -1 21 6 3 3 -1 -4 7 92 76 13 59 0 38 PEN -15 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 -20 -11 0 -5 5 0 NET 5 -1 21 6 3 18 -1 -4 7 72 65 13 54 5 38 LAST MIN45 MIN10 NYJ48 MIN12 MIN30 MIN43 MIN42 NYJ49 MIN25 NYJ37 NYJ34 MIN22 *NYJ11 MIN21 NYJ39 RESULT BEGIN Punt NYJ21 Punt MIN40 Punt NYJ14 Punt NYJ27 Punt NYJ32 Fumble MIN47 End of Half NYJ30 Fumble MIN46 Punt NYJ23 Touchdown MIN19 Touchdown NYJ21 Punt NYJ34 Touchdown NYJ22 Interception End of Game TIME PLAYS 1:34 4 3:32 7 5:45 12 1:26 4 2:30 7 3:43 14 2:02 3 3:55 8 0:55 3 1:21 4 3:15 6 2:36 6 1:21 5 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 35 0 35 MIN44 Punt 33 0 33 *MIN7 Field Goal 52 -10 42 MIN44 Punt 5 -10 -5 NYJ22 Punt 33 0 33 MIN35 Field Goal 48 -5 43 *MIN4 Field Goal -12 0 -12 NYJ18 Punt 30 0 30*MIN16 Field Goal 2 0 2 NYJ25 Punt 6 0 6*MIN13 Field Goal 18 0 18 NYJ39 Punt 66 0 66 MIN23 Touchdown 12 0 12 NYJ34 Punt

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NEW YORK JETS 24 AT DENVER BRONCOS 20 (10/17/10) NEW YORK (29:37) AVERAGE—NYJ 30 DENVER (30:23) AVERAGE--DEN 30 NO BEGIN 1. NYJ20 2. NYJ17 3. NYJ20 4. NYJ23 5. NYJ20 6. NYJ33 7. NYJ39 8. NYJ19 9. NYJ24 10. NYJ47 11. NYJ46 12. NYJ20 13.DEN43 14. TIME PLAYS 1:02 3 1:59 3 0:51 2 6:40 13 4:12 5 3:27 7 2:57 6 0:51 3 0:47 2 1:27 3 2:07 5 2:42 10 0:35 1 YDS -1 2 3 77 25 39 23 3 55 6 54 34 -1 PEN 0 0 0 0 -20 0 0 0 0 0 0 46 0 NET -1 2 3 77 5 39 23 3 55 6 54 80 -1 LAST NYJ19 NYJ19 NYJ23 DEN32 NYJ25 DEN28 DEN38 NYJ22 DEN35 DEN47 DEN20 *DEN2 DEN43 RESULT BEGIN Punt NYJ40 Punt DEN31 Interception NYJ33 Touchdown DEN20 Punt DEN45 Interception DEN21 Field Goal DEN35 Punt DEN20 Fumble DEN20 Punt DEN34 Touchdown DEN19 Touchdown DEN7 End of GameDEN20 DEN20 TIME PLAYS 0:33 2 0:53 3 3:08 6 3:43 8 1:51 4 1:02 3 0:39 7 5:22 11 2:51 6 1:36 5 1:44 3 1:42 3 4:41 9 0:38 5 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 23 -5 18 NYJ35 Fumble 4 15 19 50 Punt 10 0 10 *NYJ10 Downs 80 0 80 *NYJ5 Touchdown 4 -5 -1 DEN44 Punt 1 0 1 DEN22 Punt 24 0 24 NYJ41 Field Goal 30 19 49 NYJ31 Missed FG 20 0 20 DEN40 Punt 51 15 66*NYJ17 Touchdown -5 0 -5 DEN14 Punt 0 0 0 DEN7 Punt 55 -5 50 NYJ30 Field Goal 23 0 23 NYJ44 Fumble

GREEN BAY PACKERS 9 AT NEW YORK JETS 0 (10/31/10) GREEN BAY (28:37) AVERAGE—GB 36 NEW YORK (31:23) AVERAGE--NYJ 22 NO BEGIN 1. GB23 2. GB35 3. GB22 4. NYJ36 5. GB34 6. GB36 7. GB40 8. GB20 9. GB11 10. GB28 11. GB43 12. GB35 13. NYJ23 TIME PLAYS 1:40 3 1:00 3 1:31 4 1:51 5 1:53 5 1:29 3 3:00 9 0:59 4 6:15 10 2:36 5 3:58 8 0:22 3 2:03 4 YDS 4 3 14 34 17 6 23 21 54 20 39 1 1 PEN 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 0 -5 0 -5 0 0 NET 4 3 14 34 22 6 33 21 49 20 34 1 1 LAST GB27 GB38 GB36 *NYJ2 NYJ44 GB42 NYJ27 GB42 NYJ40 GB48 NYJ23 GB36 NYJ22 RESULT Punt Punt Punt Field Goal Punt Punt Missed FG End of Half Punt Punt Field Goal Punt Field Goal BEGIN NYJ18 NYJ14 NYJ13 NYJ30 NYJ10 NYJ22 NYJ35 GB48 NYJ20 NYJ5 NYJ19 NYJ23 NYJ27 TIME PLAYS 0:50 3 1:35 3 1:52 5 4:50 8 1:00 4 5:41 10 0:49 3 1:37 3 3:24 7 5:34 11 2:24 7 1:20 4 0:27 2 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 5 0 5 NYJ23 Punt 6 0 6 NYJ20 Punt 24 0 24 NYJ20 Downs 46 -5 41 GB33 Fumble 13 -5 8 NYJ18 Punt 45 -10 35 GB43 Interception 9 0 9 NYJ44 Punt 3 0 3 GB45 Punt 71 -10 61 *GB19 Missed FG 53 -5 48 GB47 Interception 46 0 46 GB35 Downs -1 0 -1 NYJ22 Downs 40 0 40 NYJ47 End of Game

NEW YORK JETS 23 AT DETROIT LIONS 20 (11/7/10) NEW YORK (29:32) AVERAGE—NYJ 30 DETROIT (32:46) AVERAGE--DET 24 NO BEGIN 1. NYJ32 2. NYJ33 3. NYJ37 4. NYJ16 5. NYJ13 6. NYJ25 7. NYJ31 8. NYJ23 9. NYJ48 10. NYJ32 11. NYJ27 12. NYJ44 13. NYJ22 14. NYJ32 TIME PLAYS 1:42 3 2:32 6 1:26 3 1:17 3 3:57 9 0:48 3 1:51 4 4:20 7 3:04 6 1:08 3 1:49 6 1:40 6 1:40 9 2:18 5 YDS 4 20 5 6 61 75 16 45 17 2 18 61 45 56 PEN 0 5 0 0 13 0 0 -5 -5 0 0 -5 15 0 NET 4 25 5 6 74 75 16 40 12 2 18 56 60 56 LAST NYJ36 DET42 NYJ42 NYJ22 *DET13 NYJ26 NYJ46 DET37 DET40 NYJ34 NYJ45 *DET1 *DET18 *DET12 RESULT BEGIN Punt DET20 Punt DET31 Punt DET20 Punt DET17 Field Goal DET37 Touchdown DET33 Fumble DET16 Interception NYJ47 Punt DET1 Punt DET10 Punt DET33 Touchdown DET7 Field Goal DET34 Field Goal TIME PLAYS 5:44 11 2:00 3 1:44 4 3:15 5 1:37 4 2:58 6 1:00 5 4:11 8 1:26 3 3:17 9 2:09 3 2:19 3 1:06 3 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 75 5 80*NYJ10 Touchdown 6 0 6 DET37 Punt 2 5 7 DET27 Punt 15 5 20 DET37 Punt 11 0 11 DET48 Punt 30 -5 25 NYJ42 Punt 39 -5 34 DET40 End of Half 45 2 47 *NYJ1 Touchdown 8 -4 4 DET5 Punt 63 27 90 *NYJ2 Touchdown -3 0 -3 DET30 Punt 6 0 6 DET13 Punt 4 0 4 DET38 Punt

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NEW YORK JETS 26 AT CLEVELAND BROWNS 20 (11/14/10) NEW YORK (47:08) AVERAGE—NYJ 37 CLEVELAND (27:36) AVERAGE--CLV 24 NO BEGIN 1. CLV42 2. CLV31 3. NYJ24 4. NYJ20 5. NYJ34 6. NYJ39 7. NYJ46 8. NYJ37 9. NYJ30 10. NYJ17 11. NYJ36 12. NYJ9 13. CLV37 TIME PLAYS 4:00 9 2:07 4 4:07 9 4:50 11 10:04 19 2:35 5 1:51 3 7:45 13 0:44 2 2:13 4 5:13 9 1:31 7 0:08 1 YDS 33 6 76 48 75 11 -3 66 5 15 40 47 37 PEN 0 -5 0 32 -15 0 0 -10 0 0 -5 -10 0 NET 33 1 76 80 60 11 -3 56 5 15 35 37 37 LAST *CLV9 CLV30 CLV25 *CLV1 *CLV6 50 NYJ43 *CLV7 NYJ30 NYJ32 CLV29 NYJ46 CLV37 RESULT Field Goal Missed FG Touchdown Touchdown Missed FG Punt Punt Field Goal End of Half Punt Missed FG Interception Touchdown BEGIN CLV14 CLV20 CLV39 CLV29 CLV20 CLV20 CLV19 CLV14 CLV41 CLV36 CLV37 CLV3 TIME PLAYS 5:08 11 0:39 2 2:50 5 5:56 10 0:23 1 0:57 3 2:05 4 2:01 3 1:58 10 2:43 6 1:45 3 1:11 3 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 64 5 69*NYJ17 Field Goal 11 0 11 CLV25 Fumble 56 5 61*NYJ12 Touchdown 66 0 66 *NYJ5 Field Goal -1 0 -1 CLV20 End of Half 2 0 2 CLV22 Punt 3 0 3 CLV22 Punt 9 0 9 CLV23 Punt 59 0 59 *NYJ3 Touchdown 28 0 28 NYJ46 Fumble 7 0 7 CLV44 Punt -1 0 -1 CLV2 Punt

HOUSTON TEXANS 27 AT NEW YORK JETS 30 (11/21/10) HOUSTON (25:41) AVERAGE—HST 30 NEW YORK (34:19) AVERAGE--NYJ 33 NO BEGIN 1. HST19 2. HST22 3. HST5 4. HST33 5. HST17 6. HST31 7. HST43 8. HST16 9. HST9 10. HST22 11. NYJ43 12. HST27 13. NYJ10 14. HST28 TIME PLAYS 1:45 3 3:52 6 2:17 6 5:35 11 1:05 3 0:58 6 1:24 3 0:57 3 0:11 1 2:30 7 0:09 1 3:51 7 0:57 4 0:10 1 YDS 7 26 29 67 0 22 6 -5 10 59 43 73 6 0 PEN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NET 7 26 29 67 0 22 6 -5 10 59 43 73 6 0 LAST HST26 HST48 HST34 *NYJ2 HST17 NYJ39 HST49 HST11 HST9 *NYJ19 NYJ43 *NYJ1 *NYJ4 HST28 RESULT BEGIN Punt HST29 Punt NYJ16 Punt NYJ19 Touchdown NYJ22 Punt HST48 End of Half NYJ35 Punt NYJ8 Punt NYJ45 Fumble HST22 Field Goal NYJ21 Touchdown NYJ9 Touchdown NYJ23 Field Goal NYJ28 End of Game TIME PLAYS 1:47 6 2:36 5 1:51 3 4:59 10 3:15 8 4:52 10 4:06 9 2:11 3 1:28 4 2:58 5 3:05 6 0:26 2 0:45 5 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 10 0 10*HST19 Field Goal 29 0 29 NYJ45 Punt -3 5 2 NYJ21 Punt 93 -15 78 *HST4 Touchdown 18 15 33*HST15 Field Goal 30 0 30 HST35 Missed FG 92 0 92 HST41 Touchdown 9 0 9 HST46 Punt 5 5 10*HST12 Field Goal 30 0 30 HST41 Fumble 16 0 16 NYJ25 Punt 0 0 0 NYJ23 Interception 72 0 72 *HST6 Touchdown

CINCINNATI BENGALS 10 AT NEW YORK JETS 26 (11/25/10) CINCINNATI (26:31) AVERAGE—CIN 30 NEW YORK (33:29) AVERAGE--NYJ 31 NO BEGIN 1. CIN19 2. CIN8 3. CIN10 4. CIN47 5. CIN37 6. CIN34 7. CIN30 8. NYJ37 9. CIN32 10. NYJ24 11. CIN25 12. CIN20 13. CIN6 14. CIN15 15. TIME PLAYS 4:42 8 1:01 3 2:17 6 3:43 6 2:11 10 0:01 1 1:06 3 3:20 7 2:33 3 2:17 6 1:04 3 1:40 3 0:10 2 0:26 3 YDS 21 7 25 25 52 -1 3 13 9 15 -4 4 -6 0 PEN 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 15 0 0 0 -10 0 0 NET LAST RESULT BEGIN TIME PLAYS 21 CIN40 Punt NYJ9 4:25 8 7 CIN15 Punt NYJ39 4:29 7 25 CIN35 Interception NYJ23 4:05 9 25 NYJ28 Interception NYJ3 2:24 5 63 *NYJ5 Touchdown NYJ31 0:42 6 -1 CIN34 End of Half NYJ31 0:47 2 3 CIN33 Punt NYJ11 3:15 7 28 *NYJ9 Missed FG NYJ20 1:35 3 9 CIN41 Punt CIN14 0:48 2 15 *NYJ9 Field Goal NYJ7 1:46 3 -4 CIN21 Punt 0:15 0 -6 CIN14 Punt NYJ42 1:30 3 -6 CIN6 Safety NYJ47 1:02 3 0 CIN15 Punt NYJ25 2:45 5 CIN42 3:41 6 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 40 0 40 NYJ49 Punt 27 -10 17 CIN44 Punt 54 15 69 *CIN8 Field Goal 14 0 14 NYJ17 Punt 43 0 43 CIN26 Missed FG 69 0 69 NYJ47 Touchdown 25 0 25 NYJ36 Interception 5 0 5 NYJ25 Punt 14 0 14 *CIN13 Touchdown -6 0 -6 NYJ1 Punt 0 0 0 Touchdown 4 0 4 NYJ46 Punt 2 0 2 NYJ49 Punt 18 0 18 NYJ43 Punt 10 0 10 CIN31 End of Game

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NEW YORK JETS 3 AT NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 45 (12/6/10) NEW YORK (28:59) AVERAGE—NYJ 30 NEW ENGLAND (31:01) AVERAGE--NE 34 NO BEGIN 1. NYJ26 2. NYJ21 3. NYJ33 4. NYJ20 5. NYJ12 6. NYJ17 7. NYJ32 8. NYJ47 9. NYJ27 10. NYJ40 11. 50 TIME PLAYS 4:07 12 1:31 3 3:47 8 2:07 4 1:37 3 1:03 7 5:45 10 0:50 2 2:11 5 3:31 9 2:30 4 YDS 39 4 46 26 0 31 59 8 15 51 22 PEN 0 -5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NET 39 -1 46 26 0 31 59 8 15 51 22 LAST NE35 NYJ20 NE21 NYJ46 NYJ12 NE37 *NE9 NE45 NYJ42 *NE9 NE34 RESULT BEGIN Missed FG NE25 Punt NE43 Field Goal NYJ32 Punt NE33 Punt NE25 End of Half 50 Interception NE7 Interception NE6 Interception NYJ28 Downs NE9 End of Game TIME PLAYS 4:03 9 2:48 6 1:30 4 3:59 7 2:12 3 1:16 3 4:35 8 3:53 8 3:26 6 3:19 5 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 52 0 52 NYJ23 Field Goal 21 36 57 *NYJ1 Touchdown 32 0 32 NYJ25 Touchdown 77 -10 67 *NYJ4 Touchdown 9 0 9 NE34 Punt -10 0 -10 NE40 Punt 93 0 93*NYJ18 Touchdown 94 0 94 *NYJ1 Touchdown 28 0 28 *NYJ5 Touchdown 9 5 14 NE23 Punt

MIAMI DOLPHINS 10 AT NEW YORK JETS 6 (12/12/10) MIAMI (26:12) AVERAGE—MIA 30 NEW YORK (33:48) AVERAGE--NYJ 34 NO BEGIN 1. MIA9 2. NYJ42 3. NYJ26 4. MIA4 5. MIA37 6. MIA29 7. MIA1 8. MIA25 9. MIA20 10. NYJ49 11. MIA14 12. MIA11 13. MIA34 14. MIA26 15. MIA19 16. NYJ34 TIME PLAYS 2:27 5 2:38 6 2:55 6 1:34 3 0:46 2 2:41 5 0:59 3 2:16 3 1:26 3 2:08 4 0:30 3 1:23 3 0:58 3 1:41 3 1:03 3 0:47 2 YDS 7 23 26 5 1 18 9 1 5 13 0 1 3 -2 5 -3 PEN 5 -10 0 0 0 0 0 -13 0 0 0 -5 0 0 -5 0 NET 12 13 26 5 1 18 9 -12 5 13 0 -4 3 -2 0 -3 LAST MIA21 NYJ29 *NYJ6 MIA9 MIA42 MIA40 MIA10 MIA13 MIA25 *NYJ17 MIA14 MIA7 MIA37 MIA24 MIA19 NYJ35 RESULT BEGIN Punt NYJ45 Field Goal NYJ34 Touchdown NYJ22 Punt NYJ24 Fumble NYJ44 Fumble MIA38 Punt 50 Punt NYJ41 Punt NYJ13 Fumble NYJ42 Punt NYJ34 Punt NYJ35 Punt NYJ7 Punt NYJ30 Punt NYJ25 End of Game TIME PLAYS 1:35 3 1:10 3 1:27 3 4:49 8 3:17 6 2:49 7 0:53 5 3:32 6 1:00 3 1:10 3 1:56 5 3:06 7 5:14 12 0:21 3 1:29 9 YDS PEN NET LAST RESULT 7 0 7 MIA48 Punt 7 -15 -8 NYJ26 Interception 2 0 2 NYJ24 Fumble 38 -5 33 MIA43 Punt 19 0 19 MIA37 Downs 21 0 21*MIA17 Field Goal 19 -5 14 MIA36 Punt 27 -10 17 MIA42 Punt 0 0 0 NYJ13 Punt 6 0 6 NYJ48 Punt 25 0 25 MIA41 Punt 31 0 31 MIA34 Downs 69 0 69 MIA24 Field Goal 0 0 0 NYJ30 Punt 9 0 9 NYJ41 Downs

GAME-BY-GAME THIRD DOWNS JETS OPPONENTS DATE OPPONENT MADE ATT. PCT. MADE ATT. PCT. 9/13........vs. Baltimore .............................1............11 ............ 9% ........................................ 11 ............... 19 ............... 58% 9/19........vs. New England ........................6............13 .......... 46% .......................................... 5 ............... 11 ............... 45% 9/26........at Miami ...................................6............11 .......... 55% .......................................... 7 ............... 15 ............... 47% 10/4........at Buffalo ..................................7............15 .......... 47% .......................................... 0 ............... 10 ................. 0% 10/11......vs. Minnesota ............................5............17 .......... 29% .......................................... 7 ............... 15 ............... 47% 10/17......at Denver ..................................5............13 .......... 38% .......................................... 7 ............... 18 ............... 39% 10/31......vs. Green Bay ............................7............17 .......... 41% .......................................... 2 ............... 14 ............... 14% 11/7........at Detroit ..................................5............13 .......... 38% .......................................... 5 ............... 15 ............... 33% 11/14......at Cleveland ............................11............21 .......... 52% .......................................... 4 ............... 12 ............... 33% 11/21......vs. Houston ...............................7............15 .......... 47% .......................................... 4 ............... 12 ............... 33% 11/25 .....vs. Cincinnati ............................3............13 .......... 23% .......................................... 4 ............... 15 ............... 27% 12/6........at New England .........................3............12 .......... 25% .......................................... 4 ............... 10 ............... 40% 12/12......vs. Miami..................................6............21 .......... 29% .......................................... 3 ............... 15 ............... 20% TOTAL .................................................. 72 ......... 192 ........37.5% ........................................63 ............. 181 ............34.8%

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SUPPLEMENTAL STATS
GAME-BY-GAME FOURTH DOWNS JETS OPPONENTS DATE OPPONENT MADE ATT. PCT. MADE ATT. PCT. 9/13........vs. Baltimore .............................0..............1 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 9/19........vs. New England ........................1..............1 ........ 100% .......................................... 1 ................. 1 ............. 100% 9/26........at Miami ...................................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 1 ................. 0% 10/3........at Buffalo ..................................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 1 ................. 1 ............. 100% 10/11......at Minnesota .............................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 10/17......at Denver ..................................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 1 ................. 0% 10/31......vs. Green Bay ............................0..............3 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 11/7........at Detroit ..................................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 11/14......at Cleveland ..............................1..............1 ........ 100% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 11/21......vs. Houston ...............................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 11/25......vs. Cincinnati ............................0..............0 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% 12/6........at New England .........................2..............3 .......... 67% .......................................... 2 ................. 2 ............. 100% 12/12......vs. Miami..................................0..............3 ............ 0% .......................................... 0 ................. 0 ................. 0% TOTAL .................................................... 4 ........... 12 ........33.3% ..........................................4 ................. 6 ............66.7%

GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
First Downs Game T R P vs. BLT 9/13 6 3 2 vs. NE 9/19 23 6 14 at MIA 9/26 20 7 11 at BUF 10/4 25 11 13 vs.MIN 10/11 20 8 12 at DEN 10/17 17 7 9 vs. GB 10/31 15 3 11 at DET 11/7 23 5 15 at CLV 11/14 28 12 14 vs. HST 11/2122 7 13 vs. CIN 11/25 18 8 9 at NE 12/6 18 8 10 vs. MIA 12/12 14 4 10 Total 249 89 143 PN 1 3 2 1 0 1 1 3 2 2 1 0 0 17 Offense AT YDS 44 176 65 336 57 402 75 444 78 328 62 319 69 360 70 437 91 456 72 401 67 319 65 301 81 280 896 4,559 AVG. A 4.0 21 5.2 30 7.1 28 5.9 26 4.2 44 5.1 30 5.2 38 6.2 39 5.0 44 5.6 38 4.8 28 4.6 33 3.5 44 5.1 443 Net Passing C I YDS TD 10 0 60 0 21 0 200 3 15 0 256 3 16 0 171 3 21 0 173 0 17 2 190 1 16 2 241 0 22 1 327 1 27 1 284 2 22 1 298 3 16 1 149 1 17 3 149 0 17 1 193 0 237 12 2,691 17

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SK 2 3 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 3 2 1 6 26 AT 21 32 29 49 32 30 29 30 45 31 37 31 31 427

Net Rushing YDS AVG TD 116 5.5 0 136 4.3 0 146 5.0 1 273 5.6 2 155 4,8 1 129 4.3 2 119 4.1 0 110 3.7 1 172 3.8 1 103 3.3 0 170 4.6 1 152 4.9 0 87 2.8 0 1,868 4.4 9

Pen NO YDS 14 125 6 58 9 81 4 30 6 55 6 74 7 55 11 99 9 70 4 39 8 64 4 56 6 50 94 856

Fum NO LST 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 5 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 4 1 20 6

T.O.P . 21:28 32:32 27:12 40:29 33:55 29:37 31:23 29:32 47:08 34:19 33:29 28:59 33:48 31:54

First Downs Game T R P vs. BLT 9/13 20 2 12 vs. NE 9/19 20 5 11 at MIA 9/26 24 3 20 at BUF 10/4 12 5 6 vs. MIN 10/1116 3 12 at DEN 10/17 21 7 10 vs. GB 10/31 13 2 10 at DET 11/7 21 3 12 at CLV 11/14 19 6 11 vs. HST 11/2117 5 12 vs. CIN 11/25 13 1 10 at NE 12/6 23 8 13 vs. MIA 12/12 6 2 3 Total 225 52 142

PN 6 4 1 1 1 4 1 6 2 0 2 2 1 31

Offense AT YDS 75 282 57 291 70 436 46 223 62 336 72 346 62 237 67 306 59 303 60 343 62 163 58 405 56 131 806 3,802

AVG. A 3.8 38 5.1 36 6.2 45 4.8 27 5.4 34 4.8 34 3.8 34 4.6 37 5.1 31 5.7 33 2.6 39 7.0 29 2.3 19 4.7 436

Net Passing C I YDS TD 20 1 233 0 20 2 239 2 26 1 352 2 12 0 109 2 14 1 240 3 14 0 201 1 15 0 156 0 20 0 228 2 18 0 196 1 19 0 246 1 17 2 117 1 21 0 304 4 5 0 30 1 221 7 2,651 20

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SK 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 2 3 1 3 3 5 32 AT 35 20 23 16 24 37 26 28 25 26 20 26 32 338

Net Rushing YDS AVG TD 49 1.4 1 52 2.6 0 84 3.7 0 114 7.1 0 96 4.0 0 145 3.9 1 81 3.1 0 78 2.8 1 107 4.3 1 97 3.7 2 46 2.3 0 101 3.9 2 101 3.2 0 1,151 3.4 8

Pen NO YDS 5 38 6 79 6 52 3 32 8 51 5 81 3 15 11 102 4 52 3 25 2 25 1 10 5 36 62 598

Fum NO LST 2 2 1 1 1 0 2 2 3 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 3 3 20 16

T.O.P . 38:32 27:28 32:48 19:31 26:05 30:23 28:37 32:46 27:36 25:41 26:31 31:01 26:12 28:06

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OFFENSIVE STARTERS
Game vs. BLT 9/13 vs. NE 9/19 at MIA 9/26 at BUF 10/4 vs. MIN 10/11 at DEN 10/17 vs. GB 10/31 at DET 11/7 at CLV 11/14 vs. HST 11/21 vs. CIN 11/25 at NE 12/6 vs. MIA 12/12 QB Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez RB Greene Greene Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson Tomlinson FB TE WR Mulligan (TE) Keller Cotchery Hartsock (TE) Keller Cotchery Richardson Keller Cotchery Richardson Keller Hartsock (TE) Richardson Keller Cotchery Richardson Keller Hunter (TE) Richardson Keller Holmes Richardson Keller Holmes Richardson Hartsock Holmes Richardson Keller Holmes B. Smith (WR) Keller Holmes Cotchery (WR) Keller Holmes Richardson Keller Holmes WR Edwards Edwards B. Smith Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards LT Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson LG Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson Slauson C Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold Mangold RG Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore Moore RT Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody Woody

DEFENSIVE STARTERS
Game END vs. BLT 9/13 Ellis vs. NE 9/19 Ellis at MIA 9/26 Ellis at BUF 10/4 Ellis vs. MIN 10/11 Ellis at DEN 10/17 Ellis vs. GB 10/31 Ellis at DET 11/7 Ellis at CLV 11/14 Ellis vs. HST 11/21 Ellis vs. CIN 11/25 Ellis at NE 12/6 Ellis vs. MIA 12/12 Ellis NT T OLB Jenkins Pouha Thomas Pouha Taylor (OLB) Thomas Pouha DeVito Thomas Pouha DeVito Thomas Pouha DeVito Thomas Pouha Taylor Coleman (CB) Pouha DeVito Thomas Pouha Gholston Thomas Pouha DeVito Wilson (CB) Pouha DeVito Wilson (CB) Pouha DeVito Thomas Pouha Coleman (CB) Thomas Pouha DeVito Thomas WILL Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott MIKE Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris Harris OLB Wilson (CB) Wilson (CB) Taylor Taylor Pace Pace Pace Coleman (CB) Pace Pace Pace Pace Pace CB Revis Revis Wilson Coleman Revis Revis Revis Revis Revis Revis Revis Revis Revis S Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard Leonhard E. Smith E. Smith S E. Smith E. Smith E. Smith Pool Pool Pool Pool Pool Pool Pool E. Smith Pool Pool CB Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie Cromartie

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SUPPLEMENTAL STATS
Name BLT NE MIA
waived

BUF

MIN

DEN

GB

DET

CLV NWT DNP 3-QB NWT IA X NWT NWT X X CB IA PS T IA IA WR END LT K X IA X MIKE TE WR X X IR X X X S X C IA X RG IA OLB S NT X X CB FB QB WILL LG X X X X RB PS X P X CB NWT RT
NWT

HST NWT DNP 3-QB NWT IA X NWT NWT X IA CB IA PS T IA IA WR END LT K X PS X MIKE X WR X X IR TE X X S IA C IA X RG X OLB S NT X X CB FB QB WILL LG X X X X RB X X P X CB NWT RT
NWT

CIN NWT DNP 3-QB NWT IA X NWT NWT X IA CB IA PS T IA DNP WR END LT K X PS X MIKE X WR X X IR TE IA X S IA C X X RG X OLB X NT X X CB X QB WILL LG WR S X OLB RB X X P IA CB NWT RT
NWT

NE NWT DNP 3-QB NWT X CB IA NWT X WR CB IA PS X IA IA WR END LT K X PS X MIKE X WR X X IR TE IA X IR X C X X RG IA OLB S NT X X CB X QB WILL LG X S X OLB RB X X P IA X NWT RT
NWT

MIA NWT DNP 3-QB NWT IA X NWT X X X CB IA PS T IA IA WR END LT K X PS X MIKE X WR X IA IR TE X X IR X C X X RG IA OLB S NT X X CB FB QB WILL LG X S X OLB RB X X P IA X NWT RT
NWT

PIT

CHI BUF

Brown, P IA IA Brunell, M DNP DNP Clemens, C 3-QB 3-QB Clowney, D NWT X Cole, M X X Coleman, D X X Coles, L NWT NWT Cook, E NWT NWT Conner, J X X Cotchery, J WR WR Cromartie, A CB CB Cumberland, J IA IA Cummings, K DNP X DeVito, M X X Dixon, M IA IA Ducasse, V IA IA Edwards, B WR WR Ellis, S END END Ferguson, D LT LT Folk, N K K Gholston, V X X Gilbert, J PS PS Green, H NWT IA Greene, S RB RB Harris, D MIKE MIKE Hartsock, B X TE Holmes, S RS RS Hunter, W X X Ihedigbo, J X X Jenkins, K NT IR Keller, D TE TE Kroul, M X DNP Laury, L X X Leonhard, J S S Lowery, D X X Mangold, N C C Mauga, J PS PS McKnight, J IA IA Moore, B RG RG Mulligan, M TE X Pace, C IA IA Pool, B IA X Pouha, S T NT Pryce, T NWT NWT Purdum, T X X Revis, D CB CB Richardson, T X X Sanchez, M QB QB Scott, B WILL WILL Slauson, M LG LG Smith, B X X Smith, E S S Taylor, J X OLB Thomas, B OLB OLB Tomlinson, L X X Turner, P NWT NWT Turner, R X X Weatherford, S P P Westerman, J X X Wilson, K CB CB Woodhead, D X waived Woody, D RT RT

NWT NWT DNP X DNP 3-QB 3-QB 3-QB X X waived X X X X CB X NWT NWT NWT NWT NWT NWT X X X WR X WR CB CB CB IA IA IA IA X IA T T T IA IA IA DNP X IA X WR WR END END END LT LT LT K K K X X X PS PS PS X released X X X X MIKE MIKE MIKE X TE X RS RS X IA IA X X X X IR IR IR TE TE TE X X IA X X X S S S X X X C C C PS PS PS IA X IA RG RG RG X X X IA IA OLB X S S NT NT NT NWT X X X X X IA IA CB FB FB FB QB QB QB WILL WILL WILL LG LG LG WR X X S X X OLB OLB X OLB OLB OLB RB RB RB X IA PS X X X P P P X IA IA CB X X NWT NWT NWT RT RT RT

NWT NWT NWT DNP DNP DNP 3-QB 3-QB 3-QB NWT NWT NWT X X X CB X CB NWT NWT NWT NWT NWT NWT X X X X X X CB CB CB IA IA IA X PS PS X T X IA IA IA IA IA IA WR WR WR END END END LT LT LT K K K X X T PS IA IA IA waived NWT X X X MIKE MIKE MIKE X X X X WR WR TE X X X X X IR IR IR TE TE TE IA IA IA X X X S S S X X X C C C PS X X IA IA IA RG RG RG X X X OLB OLB X S S S NT NT NT X X X X X X CB CB CB FB FB FB QB QB QB WILL WILL WILL LG LG LG X X X X X X T X X X OLB OLB RB RB RB PS PS PS X X X P P P IA IA IA X X X NWT NWT NWT RT RT RT

Key: 3-QB=designated third quarterback, DNP=Did not play, IA=Inactive, NWT= Not with team, PUP=Physically Unable to perform, RS=Reserve/ Suspended, PS= Practice Squad, X=Played

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JETTING AROUND
LAST MONTH...
The Jets look to continue there off-the-field work during the season. Here’s what’s has happened this month... On Monday, November 1, several Jets players showed their style at a Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Show. D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Vernon Gholston, Kris Jenkins, James Ihedigbo, Jim Leonhard, Calvin Pace, Tony Richardson, Mark Sanchez and Brad Smith all walked the runway. Ten percent of the evening’s sales benefitted the New York Jets Foundation. On Monday, November 1, Santonio Holmes partnered with former teammate David Clowney to host Bowling with the New York Jets. The event included dinner, a silent auction and two-hours of bowling with Jets players at Jersey Lanes in Linden, NJ. Proceeds from the event benefited Holmes’ III & Long Foundation, whose mission is to help in the research and finding a cure for Sickle Cell Disease along with assisting families that have been affected by SCD, and the David Clowney Foundation. On Tuesday, November 2, Matt Slauson, Shonn Greene, Jamaal Westerman, Joe McKnight, Rob Turner, and Matt Kroul unloaded and delivered two Satalight Learning Stations, one SMART Board and four Lasso Sound Systems to P Chambers School in .G. Cedar Knolls, NJ. The equipment was donated by the Jets, Teq and Front Row and is designed to improve the learning environment for students with disabilities.

Brad Smith and Kyle Wilson wrapped up the Play 60 Challenge at Ridgedale Middle School and Madison Junior School on Tuesday, November 9, by congratulating students on completing the challenge and talking about healthy eating and exercise. Smith and Wilson participated in activities with the students to illustrate the importance of getting 60 minutes of activity each day. One boy and one girl who successfully completed the Play 60 Challenge from five local schools will be selected to be featured in the Play 60 Jets football game on Thanksgiving. The NFL Play 60 Challenge is a six-week program created by the NFL and the American Heart Association that encourages students to participate and track at least 60 minutes of physical activity every day. On Tuesday, November 9, Jeff Cumberland, Josh Mauga and Patrick Turner were onhand at the NFL Girls’ FLAG Leadership Program to work at skill stations, participate in games and present the C.H.A.M.P Flag Football program with $50,000 donation from .S. the Jets through the NFL Youth Football Fund. 120 female NFL FLAG Football players from New York City Public School competed in a flag football clinic at Mott Haven School Campus in the Bronx. Launched in 2008, the NFL Girls FLAG Leadership Program identifies the growing demand for girls’ flag football to be played as a school sport. The program has reached more than 19,000 female flag football players in 13 states, helping them to make girls’ flag football an officially-recognized sport at their schools. In 2001, the Jets formed a community partnership with the PSAL and the C.H.A.M.P program, now titled Heads .S. Up!, to provide support to New York City public school football programs.

FOR THANKSGIVING...
LaDainian Tomlinson and his Touching Lives Foundation partnered with the Community FoodBank of New Jersey to distribute more than 2,100 turkeys to people in need, on Tuesday, November 16. Additionally, New York Jets players Bart Scott and Jason Taylor visited the Community Kitchen and Pantry of West Harlem and delivered turkeys and all the fixings on November 16. NEWYORKJETS.COM 25

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THIS MONTH...
On Friday, December 10, Antonio Cromartie hosted his “Shop with a Jock” event at the White Plains City Center Target. Cromartie was joined by Drew Coleman, Vladimir Ducasse, Kyle Wilson and Brad Smith to take underpriveleged children from the Bronx Sports Foundation and the White Plains Youth Bureau on a shopping spree for holiday gifts. Each child was given a Target gift card to shop for presents for their family. Brandon Moore and his wife, Regina, hosted the Moore Family Foundation Christmas Carnival on December 14 at the Boys and Girls Club-Central Ward in Newark, NJ. The club will be transformed into a carnival featuring arcade games, rides, arts and crafts, food, pictures and an appearnce from Santa. The Moore Family Foundation The Moore Family Foundation is committed to making an educational, nutritional and economical difference in the lives of men, women and children in and around the communities in which they reside. On Tuesday, December 14, Braylon Edwards visited the Ronald McDonald House in Long Branch, NJ. Dressed as Santa, Edwards gave out toys to children of families staying at the Ronald McDonald House. On Tuesday, December 14, D’Brickashaw Ferguson and the New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher visited Netcong Elementary School to honor the school as this year’s Eat Right, Move More program grand prize winner. As the grand prize winner, Netcong Elementary School will receive a $5,000 kitchen makeover made possible by the Jets and American Dairy Association & Dairy Council’s Fuel Up to Play 60 campaign. Netcong Elementary School was recognized on field at the Jets home game versus the Miami Dolphins on December 12. The Eat Right, Move More program, a partnership between the Jets, the Department of Agriculture and the American Dairy Association & Dairy Council’s Fuel Up to Play 60 campaign, encourages New Jersey school children to take advantage of healthy foods in their school cafeterias and become more active. James Ihedigbo will hosted “Dinner with the Jets” at Moderne Barn Restaurant in Armonk, NY to benefit HOPE Africa and the Make-a-Wish Foundation of Hudson Valley on December 14. Ihedigbo and several Jets teammates were on hand to serve dinner and participate in a Q&A. Ihedigbo established the HOPE Africa Foundation to improve the educational landscape of underserved communities in Africa and abroad by providing educational resources to students and assistance in sustainability for communities. The Jets hosted a holiday shopping spree at Toys“R”Us Livingston on Tuesday, December 14th.Drew Coleman, Vernon Gholston, Dwight Lowery, Josh Mauga, Ropati Pitoitua, Brodney Pool and Patrick Turner shopped with 25 students from Generation Jets Academy. Each student was given a $200 Toys“R”Us gift card to shop for the holidays. Generation Jets Academy’s primary goal is to provide elementary school students with enjoyable learning experiences that enhance their literacy, math skills, creativity, community awareness and self-esteem. The program provides students with personalized attention from caring and creative teachers, and a 50% increase in learning time each day. Generation Jets Academy is operated by the Gary Klinsky Children’s Centers of the Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service and is located at the Ethan Allen School (P .S. 306) in East New York, Brooklyn. 26 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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MIKE TANNENBAUM MIKE TANNENBAUM
Starters Acquired through the Draft (8)
DRAFT PICKS: The old adage is that successful NFL teams are built through the draft and while General Manager Mike Tannenbaum subscribes to this theory, he has put his own spin on it. While the Jets have stood pat in the draft to select some key players, they have also been very active on draft day, often moving up to select players they have targeted. PLAYERS ACQUIRED THROUGH DRAFT-DAY TRADES: RB SHONN GREENE Jets Receive: 2009 3RD Round Pick (#65 – Shonn Greene) Lions Receive: 2009 3RD Round Pick (#76) 2009 4TH Round Pick (#115) 2009 7TH Round Pick (#228) QB MARK SANCHEZ Jets Receive: 2009 1ST Round Pick (#5 – Mark Sanchez) Browns Receive: 2009 1ST Round Pick (#17) 2009 2ND Round Pick (#52) DE Kenyon Coleman DS Abram Elam QB Brett Ratliff TE DUSTIN KELLER Jets Receive: 2008 1ST Round Pick (#30 – Dustin Keller) Packers Receive: 2008 2ND Round Pick (#36) 2008 4TH Round Pick (#113) ILB DAVID HARRIS Jets Receive: 2007 2ND Round Pick (#47 – David Harris) 2007 7TH Round Pick (#235) Packers Receive: 2007 2ND Round Pick (#63) 2007 3RD Round Pick (#89) 2007 6TH Round Pick (#191) CB DARRELLE REVIS Jets Receive: 2007 1ST Round Pick (#14 – Darrelle Revis) 2007 6TH Round Pick (#191) Panthers Receive: 2007 1ST Round Pick (#25) 2007 2ND Round Pick (#59) 2007 5TH Round Pick (#164) C NICK MANGOLD Jets Receive: 2006 1ST Round Pick (#29 – Nick Mangold) Broncos Receive: 2006 1ST Round Pick (#15) Falcons Receive: DE John Abraham 2006 3RD Round Pick (#93) 2007 4TH Round Pick (#121) PLAYERS DRAFTED WITH ORIGINAL PICKS: LG MATT SLAUSON Original 2009 Draft Pick (#193 Overall) LT D’BRICKASHAW FERGUSON Original 2006 Draft Pick (#4 Overall)

Starters Acquired through Trades (2)
VETERAN TRADES: Mike Tannenbaum has gained a reputation as a wheeling-and-dealing general manager, but what is not known is the success of his many trades. In addition to the draft-day trades Tannenbaum has made, three veteran starters have joined the Jets through a trade. CB ANTONIO CROMARTIE Jets Receive: CB Antonio Cromartie Chargers Receive: 2011 Conditional 3RD Round Pick WR BRAYLON EDWARDS Jets Receive: WR Braylon Edwards Browns Receive: 2010 3RD Round Pick (#92) 2010 5TH Round Pick (#160) WR Chansi Stuckey LB Jason Trusnik

NT KRIS JENKINS (Placed on IR) Jets Receive: NT Kris Jenkins Panthers Receive: 2008 3RD Round Pick (#67) 2008 5TH Round Pick (#141)

Starters Acquired through Free Agency (8)
UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS (5): Free agency is another key element to constructing a roster and Mike Tannenbaum has not overlooked this avenue to improve the team. He has added key veterans to strengthen the foundation built through the draft and trades, including some players who had been in Coach Rex Ryan’s system before. S JIM LEONHARD Signed before 2009 season from BLT FB TONY RICHARDSON Signed before 2008 season from MIN ILB BART SCOTT Signed before 2009 season from BLT OLB JASON TAYLOR Signed before 2010 season from MIA RT DAMIEN WOODY Signed before 2008 season from DET STREET FREE AGENTS (3): When other teams release players, Tannenbaum and his staff are always prepared to land the player if they can help the team. K NICK FOLK Signed after he was released by DAL S BRODNEY POOL Signed after he was released by CLV P STEVE WEATHERFORD Signed after he was released by NO

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REX RYAN
DEFENSE = RYAN
Like most sons, Rex Ryan always knew he wanted to be in the family business. For the Ryan’s, the family business is stifling defense. In 1985, his father, Buddy Ryan, led what is widely considered to be the best defense in NFL history. Known simply as the ‘85 Bears, Buddy’s unit allowed 12.6 points a game. For the season, they allowed 20 touchdowns (9 rushing, 10 passing and 1 on a return). Rex has been a part of some of the NFL’s best defenses himself. In 2000, he served as the defensive line coach for a Baltimore Ravens team that allowed an NFL’s best 10.3 points a game. In 16 games, the 2000 Ravens allowed 18 touchdowns (5 rushing, 11 passing and 2 on returns). As a defensive coordinator in 2006, Rex matched his father’s 1985 feat allowing 12.6 points a game with the Ravens. Rex’s 2006 team led the NFL in 11 categories: yards per game (264.1), yards per play (4.51), rushing yard per game (75.9), rushing yards per play (3.31), interception rate (5.5%), sacks per pass attempt (11.79%), first downs per game (14.8), third-down conversions allowed (28.9%), red zone pct. (33.3%) and points allowed a game (12.6). In 2009, Rex returned the family business to the Jets, where his father earned his first NFL job. Rex took a defense that ranked 10th in scoring for the 2008 season to the top of the NFL rankings in seven catergories: yards per game (252.3), yards per play (4.24), passing yards a game (153.7), passing yards per play (4.91), first downs allowed (14.8), thirddown conversions allowed (31.5%) and points allowed (14.8).
Rudi Johnson Travis Henry Greg Jones LaDainian Tomlinson Ricky Williams Amos Zereoue Corey Dillon Ricky Williams 11/27/2005 11/12/2006 11/13/2005 9/21/2003 11/16/2003 12/29/2002 11/10/2002 11/17/2002 Cin Ten Jax SD Mia Pit Cin Mia 27 27 25 23 36 26 21 26 114 107 106 105 105 104 102 102 4.2 4 4.2 4.6 2.9 4 4.9 3.9 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 2

3.0 OR LESS VS. REX (42)
During that same time span, Rex’s defenses have held 42 rushers who have carried the ball 15 times or more to a 3.0 yards per carry or less in a game. 3.0 OR LESS VS. REX (42)
Player Date Corey Dillon 11/5/2000 Donald Brown 12/27/2009 LaMont Jordan 9/17/2006 Willie Parker 11/5/2007 James Allen 9/9/2001 Ray Rice 9/13/2010 Jason Wright 9/24/2006 Reuben Droughns 1/1/2006 Rudi Johnson 11/11/2007 Clinton Portis 10/10/2004 Corey Dillon 10/19/2003 Chris Perry 9/7/2008 DeShaun Foster 10/15/2006 Kevin Jones 10/9/2005 Cedric Benson 11/25/2010 Jerome Bettis 12/28/2003 Samkon Gado 12/16/2007 Chris Johnson 10/5/2008 Marshall Faulk 11/9/2003 DeAngelo Williams11/29/2009 Edgerrin James 10/13/2002 Dominic Rhodes 12/2/2001 Curtis Martin 12/24/2000 Jamal Lewis 11/2/2008 Maurice Morris 12/23/2007 Ahman Green 10/14/2001 Julius Jones 11/21/2004 Terrell Fletcher 12/10/2000 Rudi Johnson 9/10/2007 William Green 12/22/2002 Jamal Lewis 9/30/2007 Thomas Jones 9/16/2007 Rudi Johnson 11/30/2006 Rodney Thomas 10/22/2000 Tiki Barber 12/12/2004 Rudi Johnson 12/5/2004 Lamar Smith 9/17/2000 Dominic Rhodes 10/12/2008 Ricky Williams 11/16/2003 Jahvid Best 11/7/10 William Green 9/12/2004 Corey Dillon 12/1/2002 Bold = While with Jets Tm Cin Ind Oak Pit Chi BLT Clv Clv Cin Was Cin Cin Car Det CIN Pit Mia Ten SL CAR Ind Ind NYJ Clv Sea GB Dal SD Cin Clv Clv NYJ Cin Ten NYG Cin Mia Ind Mia Det Clv Cin Opp Blt NYJ Blt Blt Blt NYJ Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt NYJ Blt Blt Blt Blt NYJ Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Blt Bal Bal Bal Bal Bal Bal NYJ Bal Bal Att Yds Avg TD 16 23 1.4 0 15 22 1.5 1 19 35 1.8 0 23 42 1.8 0 21 43 2.0 0 21 43 2.0 0 15 31 2.1 0 19 40 2.1 0 22 46 2.1 0 25 53 2.1 0 18 39 2.2 1 19 42 2.2 0 26 58 2.2 0 26 58 2.2 2 18 41 2.3 0 23 54 2.3 0 18 43 2.4 1 18 44 2.4 0 20 48 2.4 2 16 40 2.5 0 17 43 2.5 0 16 42 2.6 0 18 47 2.6 0 19 49 2.6 0 15 40 2.7 0 20 54 2.7 1 30 81 2.7 0 16 44 2.8 0 18 50 2.8 0 20 56 2.8 0 23 64 2.8 1 24 67 2.8 0 16 47 2.9 0 18 53 2.9 0 19 55 2.9 1 19 56 2.9 0 22 63 2.9 1 25 73 2.9 1 36 105 2.9 0 16 48 3.0 0 22 65 3.0 0 23 70 3.0 1

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Season 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 Tm Jets Jets Ravens Ravens Ravens Ravens Pts/G 18.6 14.8 15.3 24.0 12.6 18.7 NFL Rank 6 1 3 11t 1 5

100-YARD RUSHERS VS. REX (19)
Since 2000, defenses that Rex Ryan has worked with have allowed 19 100-yard rushers.
Player Domanick Williams Fred Taylor Thomas Jones Corey Dillon Deuce McAllister Priest Holmes Corey Dillon Maurice Jones-Drew Larry Johnson Curtis Martin Jerome Bettis Date 12/4/2005 10/20/2002 10/23/2005 12/23/2001 12/8/2002 10/4/2004 11/28/2004 11/15/2009 12/10/2006 11/14/2004 12/26/2004 Tm Hst Jax Chi Cin NO KC NE Jax KC NYJ Pit Att 29 25 25 24 32 33 30 24 23 28 27 Yds 155 151 139 127 127 125 123 123 120 119 117 Avg TD 5.3 0 6 1 5.6 0 5.3 0 4 3 3.8 2 4.1 1 5.1 1 5.2 0 4.3 2 4.3 0

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COORDINATORS
PETTINE PRIOR
In 2005, Mike Pettine was promoted from Coaching Assistant/Quality Control to Outside Linebackers Coach in Baltimore, the same season that current Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan was named the Ravens Defensive Coordinator. Together the two oversaw a defense that ranked in the top five in almost every defensive category from 2005 to 2008 when both left for the Jets. Top Five Ranks in Baltimore (2005-08) 1st in First Downs Allowed (999) 2nd in Total Defense (277.8 yards per game) 2nd in Scoring Defense (17.6 point per game allowed) 2nd in Rushing Defense (84.0 yards per game) 2nd in Opponent Third Down Conversion Percentage (33.8%) 2nd in Interceptions and t-2nd in Touchdowns off Interceptions 4th in Turnovers Forced (123) 5th in Passing Defense (193.8 yards per game) t-5th in Sacks (168)

SCHOOLED BY SCHOTTY
Drew Brees (SD 02-05) Schottenheimer arrived in San Diego for Brees’ second season and quickly became a large part of his development with 2002 marking his first season as a starting quarterback. In four seasons with Schotty, Brees averaged over 3,000 yards a season, completing 62.3% of his passes and compiling an 84.7 passer rating. Chad Pennington (NYJ 06-07) Schottenheimer’s first season with the Jets coincided with the return of Chad Pennington from a seasonending injury the year before. Under Schotty’s direction, Pennington posted a then career-best 3,352 yards passing, completing 64.5% of his passes for an 82.6 passer rating. Pennington also took home Comeback Player of the Year honors as he keyed a Jet return to the postseason. Thomas Jones (NYJ 07-09) Jones, was considered a journeyman for the earlier part of his career, after spending his first seven seasons in the league with three different teams. In that time, he averaged 769.1 yards and 4.9 touchdowns per season. In 2007, he was acquired by the Jets in an offseason trade and instantly became an integral part of Coach Schottenheimer’s offense. In three seasons under Schotty, Jones averaged 1,277.7 yards rushing and 9.3 rushing touchdowns a season and set career-highs in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns last season. Mark Sanchez (NYJ 09- ) Sanchez, the Jets 2009 first-round pick, was chosen to direct Schottenheimer’s offense in his rookie season and responded by setting franchise rookie records for completions and passing yards. His rookie season wasn’t without its low points, but under Schotty’s tutelage, Sanchez helped lead the Jets to two postseason victories, the third rookie quarterback in the AFC to accomplish that feat since 1970.

PERFORMING UNDER PETTINE
Adalius Thomas (BLT 05-06) Thomas enjoyed his two best seasons in his only two seasons with Pettine when he notched 9.0 sacks in 2005 and 11.0 sacks in 2006. Calvin Pace (NYJ 09- ) In Pace’s first season with Pettine as Defensive Coordinator, he posted a career-high with 8.0 sacks in just 12 games played. Terrell Suggs (BLT 05-08) In four seasons under Pettine, Suggs posted his four highest tackle totals, collected four of his five career interceptions and posted three season of at least eight sacks, leading the team in sacks twice.

WONDERFUL WORLD OF WESTHOFF
No team in the league has had more kickoff return touchdowns since Mike Westhoff’s tenure with the Jets began in 2001. Since then, the Jets have scored 13 times on kickoff returns. Perhaps even more remarkable than the fact that the Jets lead the league with 13 scores, is that those scores have come from six different players. Leon Washington (4), Justin Miller (3), Chad Morton (2), Brad Smith (2), Jerricho Cotchery (1) and Jonathan Carter (1) have all brought a kick back for a score under Westy.

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MARK SANCHEZ
From Week Nine through Week Eleven, all Jets wins, QB Mark Sanchez threw for 950 yards on 71-of-121 passing with six touchdowns, three interceptions and an 89.9 rating. In those contests, Sanchez has posted the three highest single-game totals for passing yards in his career, throwing for a career-high 336 yards in an overtime win at DET (11/7), 299 yards in an overtime win at CLV (11/14) and 315 yards vs. HST (11/21). His 100.2 passer rating vs. HST marked the eighth time in his career that Sanchez has posted a passer rating of 100-or-more, while his three touchdown passes equal a career-high, achieved twice previously, most recently at MIA (9/26/10). • season, completing 16-of-28 passes for 166 yards, a touchdown and an interception. 11/21 vs. HST: In the 25th regular season start of his NFL career, Sanchez completed 22-of-38 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns with one interception for a 100.2 passer rating. Over the last four games, he has thrown for 1,206 yards and six touchdowns on 87-of159 passing with five interceptions. 11/14 at CLV: QB Mark Sanchez opened the first half completing 9-of-13 passes for 83 yards and one touchdown and recording a passer rating of 112.0. He added a one-yard touchdown run to give the Jets a 17-13 halftime lead. It was his second rushing touchdown in as many weeks. Sanchez led the Jets to the game winning touchdown in overtime when he connected with WR Santonio Holmes for a 37-yard touchdown with 16 seconds remaining in the game. Finished the game with his second most passing yards in a game (299) on 27-of-44 passing. Also threw two touchdowns and one interception on the day. 11/7 at DET: Sanchez recorded the first 300 yard passing game of his career, completing 22-of-39 passes for 336 yards with one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 82.9 as the Jets staged their second fourth quarter comeback of the season when they scored 10 points in the final 4:26 of regulation to tie the game at 20. On the last three scoring drives, Sanchez connected on 10-of-12 passes for 144 yards and a passer rating of 116.7 10/17 at DEN: Sanchez recorded the first victory of his career in which he led the Jets to the winning points with two minutes or less remaining in the game. He threw his first interception of the season to DEN OLB Jason Hunter on his third pass of the game. The interception ended his streak of 184 pass attempts without an interception, the second longest in Jets history, trailing only Ken O’Brien who registered 211 pass attempts without an interception from 1987-88. 10/11 vs MIN: Sanchez spearheaded an offense that scored points in every posession within the opponents-20 and established a new career-high for passing attempts with 44. His previous high of 35 attempts came vs. MIA on 11/1/10. 10/3 at BUF: Sanchez connected with WR Braylon Edwards for a 41-yard touchdown pass with 2:32 remaining in the second quarter. It is the third time this season the two have combined for a score. In their 15 regular season games together, the pair has completed four passes of 40 or more yards. Sanchez finished the game 14-of-24 for 161 yards and two touchdowns with a passer rating of 106.4. It is the seventh time in his career that he recorded a 100 plus passer rating. Sunday’s game at Buffalo marked the eleventh contest is his 19 regular-season games that Sanchez has not thrown NEWYORKJETS.COM

100 or GREATER PASSER RATING
QB Mark Sanchez recorded a 100.2 passer rating vs. Houston (11/21), marking the eighth game in his career that he posted a passer rating of 100.0 or greater. Five of his 100.0 or greater passer ratings have come against division foes Miami, New England and Buffalo. Game Att Cmp Yds TD-I Rate 1/9/10 at CIN* 15 12 182 1-0 139.4 9/19/10 vs. NE 30 21 220 3-0 124.3 9/26/10 at MIA 28 15 256 3-0 120.5 10/25/09 at OAK 16 9 143 1-0 107.0 10/3/10 at BUF 24 14 161 2-0 106.4 9/20/09 vs. NE 22 14 163 1-0 101.1 11/1/09 vs. MIA 35 20 265 2-0 100.3 11/21/10 vs. HST 38 22 315 3-1 100.2

SANCHEZ IN OVERTIME
In consecutive weeks, at DET (11/7) and at CLV (11/14), Sanchez led his team to overtime road victories, becoming the first team in NFL history to win road games in overtime in consecutive weeks. At CLV (11/14), Sanchez connected with WR Santonio Holmes with 16 seconds remaining for a 37-yard touchdown to give the Jets the 26-20 win against the Browns. The touchdown was the third-latest regularseason touchdown in overtime since the overtime system was instituted in 1974. San Diego defeated Kansas City with no time remaining (11/12/78) and Baltimore defeated St. Louis with 10 seconds remaining (10/27/96). Sanchez’s overtime numbers: Team Comp ATT at DET (11/7) 1 2 at CLV (11/14) 9 13 Totals 10 15 Yds 52 117 169 TD 0 1 1 INT 0 1 1

ON THE MARK IN THE WINS
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an interception. The Jets are now 9-3 when Sanchez doesn’t throw an interception. • 9/26 at MIA: Sanchez completed 15-of-28 passes for 256 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 120.5 passer rating. Sanchez matched his career-high with three touchdown passes that he set the week before vs. New England. • 9/19 vs. NE: Sanchez completed 21-of-30 passes for 220 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 124.3 passer rating. Sanchez set career-highs with three touchdown passes (previous high: two set twice, last 11/1/09 vs. MIA), completions with 21 (previous high: 20 set 11/01/09 vs. MIA), the highest regular-season passer rating of his career with 124.3 (previous high: 107.0 set 10/25/09 at OAK), his career-high passer rating of 139.4 came in last season Wild Card game at CIN. Sanchez also posted a 70% completion percentage, the second-highest percentage of his career (high: 76.5% set 11/29/09 vs. CAR).

THROWS TO MULTIPLE TARGETS
Mark Sanchez has thrown to 12 different targets with four of them scoring at least a touchdown in the 13 games this season. Receiver No Yds Avg Long TD L.Tomlinson 49 348 7.1 21 0 D.Keller 44 586 13.3 41 4 S.Holmes 41 620 15.1 52 4 B.Edwards 38 674 17.7 74t 6 J.Cotchery 36 393 10.9 49 2 S.Greene 13 101 7.8 15 0 B.Smith 4 44 11.0 23 0 T.Richardson 4 24 6.0 14 0 J.Conner 2 9 4.5 7 0 P Turner . 2 26 13.0 21 0 D.Clowney 1 22 22.0 22 0 J. McKnight 1 5 5.0 5 0 Team 235 2,852 12.1 74t 16 Italicized - No longer on team

LEADING FOR THREE WEEKS
Sanchez completed 50-of-82 for 637 yards, with eight touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 117.8 in consecutive games from Week Two through Week Four against NE (9/19), MIA (9/26) and BUF (10/3). His passer rating ranked first in the NFL in that three week span while his eight touchdown passes tied with Peyton Manning for most in the NFL. Player Team Att Cmp Yds TD-I Rate M. Sanchez NYJ 82 50 637 8-0 117.8 P Manning . IND 115 80 932 8-1 113.4 M. Vick PHI 72 43 624 5-0 111.1 P Rivers . SD 102 66 1030 7-4 104.6 A. Rodgers GB 91 65 752 6-3 104.3

MOST PASSING YARDS
Mark Sanchez led the NFL in passing yards from Week Eight to Week Eleven. The Jets won three-out-of-four including two consecutive overtime victories at Detroit and at Cleveland respectively. Sanchez completed 87 passes for 1,206 yards, with six touchdowns and five interceptions. Player ATT CMP YDS Record Sanchez, NYJ 159 87 1,206 3-1 Manning, IND 184 115 1,143 2-2 Favre, MIN 148 93 1,083 1-3 Kitna, DAL 125 84 1,036 2-2 Schaub, HST 135 84 1,036 0-4

124.3 PASSER RATING
QB Mark Sanchez recorded the 11th best passer rating in Jets history, when he connected on 21-of-30 passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns without an interception against NE, 9/19/00. It marks the fifth game in his career that he posted a passer rating of 100.0 or greater. Player Game Rating Ken O’Brien 11/2/86 vs. SEA 158.3 Ken O’Brien 11/17/85 vs. TB 142.6 Ken O’Brien 11/09/86 vs. ATL 137.6 Richard Todd 12/6/82 vs. DET 130.2 Vinny Testaverde 10/19/98 vs. NE 128.9 Richard Todd 11/8/81 vs. BAL 128.0 Boomer Esiason 11/7/93 vs. MIA 126.6 Chad Pennington 12/22/02 vs. NE 126.5 Ken O’Brien 9/21/86 vs. MIA 126.0 Pat Ryan 10/21/84 vs. KC 125.7 Mark Sanchez 9/19/10 vs. NE 124.3 minimum 30 attempts NEWYORKJETS.COM

FIRST 25 GAMES
In the first 25 regular season starts of his NFL career, QB Mark Sanchez is 16-9 during the regular season and has posted an 18-10 mark, including the postseason. His 16 regular season wins are tied for the second best in Jets history with Chad Pennington. The only quarterback to win more in his first 25 games is Vinny Testaverde who won 19. PROMINENT JETS QBS THROUGH FIRST 25 STARTS WITH TEAM Name W-L-T Vinny Testaverde 19-6 Chad Pennington 16-9 Mark Sanchez 16-9 Ken O’Brien 15-10 Boomer Esiason 13-12 Joe Namath 10-12-3 Richard Todd 8-17 Statistics are in starts only. 31

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40+ FROM SANCHEZ TO...
During his career, Sanchez has completed 20 passes of 40 yards or more with seven resulting in a touchdown. Against Detroit, Sanchez’s 74-yard pass to Braylon Edwards was his longest regular-season pass of his career. His longest career pass, was an 80-yard touchdown pass to Edwards in last season’s AFC Championship game at IND (1/24/10). Edwards has caught all four of Sanchez’s longest career passes. Quarterback Receiver Date Opp Lg M. Sanchez B. Edwards 1/24/10 IND 80t M. Sanchez B. Edwards 11/8/10 DET 74t M. Sanchez B. Edwards 9/26/10 MIA 67t M. Sanchez B. Edwards 12/20/09 ATL 65t M. Sanchez J. Cotchery 11/1/09 MIA 53 M. Sanchez D. Clowney 10/12/09 MIA 53 M. Sanchez S. Holmes 11/8/10 DET 52 M. Sanchez J. Cotchery 10/31/10 GB 49 M. Sanchez J. Cotchery 9/27/09 TEN 46 M. Sanchez D. Keller 1/9/10 CIN 45t M. Sanchez J. Cotchery 12/3/09 BUF 45 M. Sanchez J. Cotchery 9/20/09 NE 45 M. Sanchez S. Holmes 12/12/10 MIA 42 M. Sanchez B. Edwards 11/21/10 HST 42 M. Sanchez S. Holmes 11/21/10 HST 41t M. Sanchez D. Keller 10/17/10 DEN 41 M. Sanchez B. Edwards 10/3/10 BUF 41t M. Sanchez B. Edwards 11/15/09 JAX 41 M. Sanchez D. Keller 10/31/10 GB 40 M. Sanchez D. Keller 9/13/09 HST 40

LAND OF OPPORTUNITY
The Jets have 17 players on their roster who entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent. Eight of the free agents originally entered the NFL with the Jets. The remaining 9 undrafted free agents, including defensive starters: LB Bart Scott and S Jim Leonhard, entered the NFL as undrafted free agents with other teams.
UFAs ON 53-MAN ROSTER ORIGINALLY SIGNED BY THE JETS

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PLAYER SCHOOL YR SIGNED Jeff Cumberland Illinois 2010 Mike DeVito Maine 2007 James Ihedigbo Massachusetts 2007 Matt Kroul Iowa 2009 Josh Mauga Nevada 2009 Brandon Moore Illinois 2002 Robert Turner New Mexico 2007 Jamaal Westerman Rutgers 2009 OTHER UFAs ON THE 53-MAN ROSTER PLAYER JOINED JETS ENTERED NFL Marquice Cole 2009 07/OAK Marcus Dixon 2010 08/DAL Lance Laury 2010 06/SEA Matthew Mulligan 2009 08/MIA Tanner Purdum 2010 09/KC Tony Richardson 2008 94/DAL Bart Scott 2009 02/BAL Steve Weatherford 2009 06/NO

JETS YOUTH CAMPS
Did you know that several Jets players hosted their own football camps this offseason? WR Jerricho Cotchery, CB Antonion Cromartie, TE Ben Hartsock, S Jim Leonhard, WR Brad Smith and LB Bryan Thomas all hosted youth football camps in their hometowns. Camp Location Jerricho Cotchery Skills & Drills Clinic Birmingham, AL Antonio Cromartie Youth Football Camp Tallahasse, FL Ben Hartsock Football Camp Chillicothe, OH Jim Leonhard Football Skills Camp Tony, WI Brad Smith Youth Football and Cheerleading Camp Youngstown, OH The BT Youth Football Camp Birmingham, AL

2010 SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN
Home Opp. 2009 Record Baltimore* 9-7 New England* 10-6 Minnesota* 12-4 Green Bay* 11-5 Houston 9-7 Cincinnati* 10-6 Miami 7-9 Buffalo 6-10 Road Opp. 2009 Record Miami 7-9 Buffalo 6-10 Denver 8-8 Detroit 2-14 Cleveland 5-11 New England* 10-6 Pittsburgh 9-7 Chicago 7-9 * - Qualifed for postseason ^ - AFC Divisional Playoff Game Last Time at Jets 11/14/04 9/20/09 10/20/02 12/29/02 11/26/06 1/3/10 11/1/09 10/18/09 Last Time Hosting Jets 10/12/09 12/3/09 11/20/05 11/17/02 10/29/06 11/22/09 1/15/05^ 12/15/02 Result L, 17-20 (OT) W, 16-9 W, 20-7 W, 42-17 W, 26-11 W, 37-0 L, 25-30 L, 13-16 Result L, 27-31 W, 19-13 L, 0-27 W, 31-14 L, 13-20 L, 14-31 L, 17-20 (OT) L, 13-20

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OFFENSIVE LINE
After thirteen games in 2010, the New York Jets rushing attack is averaging 4.4 yards an attempt. Through 13 games in 2009, the Jets averaged 4.6 yards a game, when the club finished the season leading the NFL in rushing with 2,756 yards on 607 carries (4.5 avg.). In 2010, the Jets rushing offense: • vs. MIA (12/12): Recorded 87 yards on 31 attempts (2.8 avg.). It was the first time in 15 games the club did not break the 100-yard mark. • at NE (12/6): Averaged 4.9 yards per rush on 31 carries in the Jets 45-3 loss to the Patriots. It extended the club’s league-high consecutive rushing games of 100 or more yards to 14 consecutive game. RB Shonn Greene led the team in rushing for the fourth consecutive game with 64 yards on 13 carries. • vs. CIN (11/25): Recorded the clubs third best rushing output of the season, 170 yards on 37 carries (4.6 avg.) in the Jets ninth win, a 26-10 victory. The output has put the Jets league-high consecutive 100-yard rushing games to 13. RB Shonn Greene led the team in rushing for the third consecutive game with 70 yards on 18 carries. • vs. HST (11/21): Finished with 103 rushing yards on 31 attempts in the Week 11 30-27 win. The 100-yard performance pushed the Jets streak of 100-yard contests to 12, the longest current streak in the NFL. For the second time this season, RB Shonn Greene led the Jets with 42 rushing yards on 15 carries. • at CLV (11/14): Finished with 172 rushing yards and one touchdown on 45 attempts in the Week 10 OT win. The 100-yard performance pushed the Jets streak of 100-yard contests to 11, the longest current streak in the NFL. For the first time this season, RB Shonn Greene led the Jets with 72 rushing yards on 20 carries. • at DET (11/7): Finished with 110 rushing yards and one touchdown on 30 attempts in the Week Nine victory. The 100-yard performance pushed the Jets streak of 100-yard contests to 10. • vs. GB (10/31): Allowed the Jets to earn their ninth consecutive 100-plus yard rushing game (29-119), dating back to 2009. The nine consecutive games is the second-longest current streak in the NFL to Kansas City’s 11 consecutive games. • at DEN (10/17): Led the way for the team to rush for 129 yards on 30 carries. It marked the 20th time in 22 games that the Jets have rushed for 100 or more yards under Head Coach Rex Ryan. RB LaDainian Tomlinson recorded two rushing touchdowns on 16 carries, including one on a 20-yard run. It marked the 38th game in his career that he has rushed for at least two touchdowns, the most in the NFL. RB Shonn Greene averaged 4.8 yards a carry and finished with 43 yards on NEWYORKJETS.COM nine carries. • vs. MIN (10/11): Helped the Jets rush for 155 yards on 32 attempts. It marked the first time in 52 games that a team has rushed for more than 150 yards against the Vikings. The streak of 51 games was the second longest streak in NFL history. RB Shonn Greene registered his first touchdown of the season on a 23-yard run in the fourth quarter, he finished the game with 57 yards on 10 carries (5.7). RB LaDainian Tomlinson finished the game with 94 yards on 20 carries (4.7). • at BUF (10/3): Led the Jets to their first 200-plus rushing game of the season and sixth time under Head Coach Rex Ryan. Allowed RB LaDainian Tomlinson to rush for 133 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. It marked Tomlinson’s first 100-yard performance since recording 105 yards on 19 carries at NO (12/26/08). His 133 rushing yards are the most since he recorded 146 yards on 26 carries at TEN (12/24/07). The offensive line also opened holes for RB Shonn Greene to earn his first 100-yard game of the season, when he collected 117 yards on 22 rushes. Including the playoffs, the performance marked his fourth-career 100 yard effort. • at MIA (9/26): Helped Jets avg. 5.0 yards a rush on 29 carries. Led the way for RB LaDainian Tomlinson’s 70 yards on 15 carries and the Jets first rushing touchdown of the season, a one-yard run to put the Jets up eight with 2:00 remaining. • vs. NE (9/19): Rushed for 136 yards on 32 carries (4.3 avg.) in Week Two win. Allowed RB LaDainian Tomlinson to lead all rushers in the game with 76 yards on 11 carries. Starting RB Shonn Greene led all rushers with 15 carries and finished the game with 52 yards. • vs. BLT (9/13): Allowed Jets runners to average 5.5 yards per carry on 21 attempts in the season opener. RB LaDainian Tomlinson opened his career with the Jets rushing for 62 yards on 11 carries (5.6 avg.).

2010 RUSHING VS. 2009 RUSHING
In 2009, the Jets ranked No. 1 in the NFL in rushing yards per game at 172.3 yards. In the first thirteen games of last season, the Jets rushed the ball 474 times for 2,198 yards (4.6 avg.) and 16 touchdowns. Through thirteen games this season, the Jets have rushed the ball 427 times for 1,868 yards (4.4 avg.) and nine touchdowns. THROUGH TWELVE GAMES 2010 2009 Rushes 427 474 Yards 1,868 2,198 Average 4.4 4.6 Long 53t 71t Touchdowns 9 16 33

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75 SINCE 2006
In 2006, Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum focused on the offensive line selecting LT D’Brickashaw Ferguson fourth overall and C Nick Mangold 29th overall in the NFL draft. The two players have started 77 consecutive games together, making them the only two players who entered the league together to start their team’s first 75 regular-season games on the same offensive line since 1970. Ferguson has earned 2010 Pro Football Weekly’s Midseason All-Pro team honors, 2009 Pro Bowl honors and 2006 All-Rookie Team honors by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writer’s Association. During his first four seasons, Mangold has earned 2009 Associated Press All-Pro honors, consecutive Pro Bowl selections (08-09) and All-Rookie team in 2006 as voted by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writer’s Association. round selection in the 2003 NFL Draft by SEA, he has seen action as a tight end and sparingly at tackle since joining the Jets on the practice squad on 12/26/07.

MOORE SCHOOL
Did you know that Jets G Brandon Moore spent a portion of his offseason learning from some of the brightest minds at Harvard? Moore took part in the NFL’s Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program at the Harvard Business School. Moore and 70 other NFL players crammed a semester’s worth of classes into a week-long overview program. The players learned a few fundamentals of the business world, while brainstorming entrepreneurial endeavors and listening to guest speakers. Moore doesn’t intend on hanging up his pads quite yet, but he knows many former NFL players struggle after their playing days and wants to be prepared for the future. “I was asked if going to the Harvard seminar meant I was going to be retiring and opening a restaurant this year,” Moore wrote in a blog on NewYorkJets.com. “No, no, no. I’ve got a bit more mileage on me. You get so locked into being a football player and into thinking football is the only competitive venue out there. I don’t think I’ll be getting the thrill I get running out on Sunday against New England. But the program was good, just to see that there are other options out there after leaving the game.”

MEET THE LINE
In 2009, the Jets ranked No. 1 in the NFL in rushing yards per game at 172.3 yards. In addition to leading the NFL in rushing the 2009 New York Jets finished the season with a franchise-best 2,756 yards on the ground. In 2010, the Jets return four of the five members of the line. The newcomer is LG Matt Slauson, a 2009 6th round draft selection. RT Damien Woody is expected to miss the Pittsburgh (12/19) game. T Wayne Hunter is expected to start in his place. LT D’Brickashaw Ferguson, selected 4th overall in the 2006 NFL Draft. Earned his first Pro Bowl appearance in 2009. Named to the 2006 All-Rookie Team by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writers’ Association. LG Matt Slauson, originally selected in the 6th round of the 2009 NFL Draft, he earned a starting position this summer on a unit that helped the Jets lead the NFL in rushing last season. C Nick Mangold, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, earned his First-Team All-Pro honors in 2009. Selected in the first-round of the 2006 NFL Draft (29th overall), Mangold has started every game of his career. RG Brandon Moore, has helped pave the way for two of the Jets three best rushing seasons. In 2009, the club rushed for a franchise-best 2,756 yards, while the team’s 2004 total of 2,388 ranks third-best in team history. In those seasons, he blocked for two rushing champions: Curtis Martin (1,697, 2004 NFL rushing title) and Thomas Jones (1,312 2008 AFC rushing title). Originally, joined the Jets as an undrafted FA defensive tackle in 2002. Moved to guard during the 2003 offseason and earned the starting right guard position in 2004. RT Wayne Hunter, is expected to start in place of an injured Damien Woody. Hunter has played in 44 NFL games, 41 as a member of the Jets. The former third34

UNDER CALLAHAN’S DIRECTION
Since joining the Jets as the assistant head coach/offensive line in 2008, Bill Callahan has helped the Jets rush for the the most yards, 6,541, in the NFL. MOST RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (2008-) Team Yds/G Yards Rsh Avg New York Jets 147.3 6,628 1,456 4.6 Carolina Panthers 142.1 6,393 1,371 4.7 New York Giants 139.6 6,283 1,343 4.7 Tennessee Titans 139.2 6,232 1,343 4.7 Baltimore Ravens 133.6 5,877 1,419 4.1 Additionally under Callahan, the team has scored 50 touchdowns on the ground, which is sixth in the NFL during the same time span. MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS (2008-) Team TDs Rsh New England Patriots 56 1,331 Carolina Panthers 55 1,371 Tennessee Titans 54 1,343 Atlanta Falcons 51 1,417 Baltimore Ravens 51 1,443 New York Jets 50 1,456 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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LaDAINIAN TOMLINSON
RB LaDainian Tomlinson signed as a free agent with the Jets during the off-season after spending nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers. During his career, he has rushed for 13,327 yards and 143 touchdowns on 3,075 carries and accumulated 4,303 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns on 579 receptions. In thirteen games with the Jets, Tomlinson has been the game’s leading rusher in eight of the clubs games, producing 837 yards and five touchdowns on 195 carries to key a rushing attack that ranks fifth in the NFL with an average of 143.7 yards per game. • Finished with 49 rushing yards on 19 carries vs MIA (12/12). • Pushed his career rushing total to 13,278 yards, moving him into sixth all-time. He passed Hall of Fame runner Eric Dickerson. Averaged 4.7 yards per carry on 10 rushes (47 yards) at NE (12/6). • His 49 rushing yards helped the Jets win their ninth game of the season vs. Bengals (11/25) and pushed his career rushing totals to 13,231, just 25 yards shy of Eric Dickerson for sixth all-time on the NFL rushing list. • Tied for the team lead with seven receptions for 71 yards vs Texans (11/21). Added 36 yards on 12 carries to help the team to a 30-27 victory. • Finished the game at Browns (11/14) with 18 carries for 57 yards. Finished the game with 110 scrimmage yards (57 rushing, 53 receiving). Tomlinson, who played his 150th career game, has 17,345 scrimmage yards, the third-most in a player’s first 150 NFL games. He trails Pro Football Hall of Famer Barry Sanders (18,015) and Marshall Faulk (17,909). He has scored 158 touchdowns, the most by a player in his first 150 career games. • Finished the game at Lions (11/7) with 15 carries for 55 yards, marking the seventh game this season that he led all rushers. Led the team with six receptions, including a 13-yard catch and run to the DET 43. At the end of the play Tomlinson was hit while out of bounds for a 15-yard penalty to put the ball on DET 28. The play set up a 36-yard game-tying FG by K Nick Folk. • Finished the game vs. Packers (10/31) with 54 yards on 16 carries. It marked the first game of the season that Tomlinson did not lead all rushers, GB Brandon Jackson’s 55 rushing yards was one-yard more than Tomlinson’s total. • Scored two touchdowns, both in the fourth quarter, and rushed for 55 yards on 12 carries at Broncos (10/17). His first score, a 20-yarder, tied the game at 17 with 8:43 remaining. He then scored the game-deciding touchdown on a two-yard carry with 1:13 remaining, giving the Jets a 24-20 lead. Tomlinson now has 38 career games with at least two rushing touchdowns, NEWYORKJETS.COM • the most in NFL history. Rushed for 94 yards on 20 carries vs. Vikings (10/11), aiding an offense that produced 155 yards rushing and ended a streak of 51 consecutive games that the Minnesota defense had limited its opponents to less than 150 yards rushing, a string of games that ranks as the second-longest in NFL history. Earned second start for the Jets and ran for 42 yards on the opening drive at Bills (10/3). His 15-yard run in the first quarter increased his total to 12,739 career rushing yards, an amount that tied him with Tony Dorsett for seventh on the NFL all-time rushing list. His next carry, a one-yard TD run, moved him into sole possession of seventh place. Tomlinson recorded his first 100-yard game as a Jet, recording 133 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. It marked his first 100-yard game since 10/26/08 at NO (19-105) and his highest single-game rushing total since he recorded 146 yards on 26 carries at TEN on 12/24/07. Eighty-nine of his 133 yards came in the first half and he finished with two rushing touchdowns, scoring on runs of one yard and 26 yards respectively to improve his career total to 156 total touchdowns, an amount that ranks third all-time in NFL history Scored his first touchdown as a Jet on one-yard run that accounted for the team’s final score in a 31-23 win over the Dolphins (9/26). He finished the game with 70 yards on 15 carries (4.7 avg.). Generated 76 yards on 11 carries (6.9 avg.) in the club’s Week Two victory over the Patriots (9/19). Tallied 62 yards on 11 carries (5.6 avg.) in the season opener versus the Ravens (9/13).

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Most Rushing Touchdowns - Season: Player Team Season TD Rsh LaDainian Tomlinson SD 2006 28 348 Shaun Alexander SEA 2005 27 370 Priest Holmes KC 2003 27 320 Emmitt Smith DAL 1995 25 377 John Riggins WAS 1983 24 375 Surpassed 1,600 rushing yards and 2,000 all-purpose yards three times during his career. Season Rsh. Yds. Rec. Yds Total 2002 1,683 489 2,172 2003 1,645 725 2,370 2006 1,815 508 2,323

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His 6.2 points per game ranks first in NFL history for a nonkicker since the the NFL expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978. Player G TD 2pt Pts Pts/G LaDainian Tomlinson 154 158 0 948 6.2 Shaun Alexander 123 112 0 672 5.5 Priest Holmes 113 940 1 566 5 Marshall Faulk 176 136 7 830 4.7 Emmitt Smith 226 175 1 1052 4.7 Minimum 100 games played Ranks second behind Smith (164) on the all-time rushing touchdown list. Player Sea G Att Yds TD Emmitt Smith 15 226 4,409 18,355 164 LaDainian Tomlinson 10 154 3,075 13,327 143 Marcus Allen 16 222 3,022 12,243 123 Walter Payton 13 190 3,838 16,726 110 Jim Brown 9 118 2,359 12,312 106 Currently ranks sixth all-time in NFL history for rushing yards, 335 behind fifth-place Jerome Bettis. Player Sea G Att Yds TD Emmitt Smith 15 226 4,409 18,355 164 Walter Payton 13 190 3,838 16,726 110 Barry Sanders 10 153 3,062 15,269 99 Curtis Martin 11 168 3,518 14,101 90 Jerome Bettis 13 192 3,479 13,662 91 LaDainian Tomlinson 10 154 3,075 13,327 143 Eric Dickerson 11 146 2,996 13,259 90 Tony Dorsett 12 173 2,936 12,739 77 Stands seventh on the NFL’s all-time yards from scrimmage list with 17,630 yards. He is currently 24 yards behind sixth-place Marcus Allen. Rsh Rec Player Sea G Yds Yds Yds Jerry Rice 20 303 645 22,895 23,540 Emmitt Smith 15 226 18,355 3,224 21,579 Walter Payton 13 190 16,726 4,538 21,264 Marshall Faulk 12 176 12,279 6,875 19,154 Barry Sanders 10 153 15,269 2,921 18,190 Marcus Allen 16 222 12,243 5,411 17,654 LaDainian Tomlinson 10 154 13,327 4,303 17,630 Curtis Martin 11 168 14,101 3,329 17,430 Ranks third on the NFL’s all-time list for career touchdowns, trailing only Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith despite 11 and six fewer seasons, respectively. Player Rsh. TDs Rec. TDs Total Jerry Rice 10 197 208 Emmitt Smith 164 11 175 LaDainian Tomlinson 143 15 158 Terrell Owens 3 153 156 Randy Moss* 0 153 154 *=scored a TD on a punt return 36 NEWYORKJETS.COM

150 CAREER GAMES
After recording 110 scrimmage yards (57 rushing, 53 receiving) in the clubs’ 26-20 overtime win at CLV (11/14). Tomlinson, who played his 150th career game, has 17,345 scrimmage yards, the third-most in a player’s first 150 NFL games. He trails Pro Football Hall of Famer Barry Sanders (18,015) and Marshall Faulk (17,909). Tomlinson has scored 158 touchdowns, the most by a player in his first 150 career games.

100-OR-MORE YARDS PLUS 2 TD
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson’s 133-yard, two-touchdown performance in Week Four at BUF (10/3), increased his total to 25 career games that he has rushed for at least 100 yards and two touchdowns, matching Jim Brown for the most in NFL history. MOST GAMES RUSHING FOR 100 YARDS AND TWO TDS Player Games LaDainian Tomlinson 25 Jim Brown 25 Emmitt Smith 21 Shaun Alexander 19 Walter Payton 18

HONORS
Career Honors from The Associated Press: •NFL’s Most Valuable Player (2006) •Offensive Player of the Year (2006) •The Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year (2006) •First-team All-Pro (2004, 2006 and 2007) •Second-team All-Pro (2002 and 2003) Career NFL Honors: •Pro Bowl (2002, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007) •AFC Offensive Player of the Month (November 2006) •AFC Rookie of Month (September 2001) •AFC Offensive Player of the Week seven times, most recently at Buffalo (10/3/10)

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100-YARD GAMES (47)
Tomlinson amassed 47 career 100-yard rushing contests, helping San Diego post a record of 36-10 and the Jets a mark of 1-0 in those contests. Opp. Date W/L Att Yds Avg. Lg TD OAK (12/28/03) W 31 243 7.8 35 2 DEN (12/1/02) W 37 220 5.9 76 3 NE (9/29/02) W 27 217 8.0 58t 2 at CLV (10/19/03) W 26 200 7.7 70t 1 KC (12/17/06) W 25 199 8.0 85t 2 OAK (10/14/07) W 24 198 8.3 41t 4 NYG (9/25/05) W 21 192 9.1 62 3 at OAK (9/28/03) L 28 187 6.7 55t 1 at WAS (11/27/05) W 25 184 7.4 41t 3 SL (10/29/06) W 25 183 7.3 51 2 at BUF (12/3/06) W 28 178 6.4 51t 2 at KC (12/2/07) W 23 177 7.7 34 2 CLV (11/5/06) W 18 172 9.6 41t 3 at OAK (11/21/04) W 37 164 4.4 16 1 MIN (11/9/03) W 16 162 10.1 73t 2 at OAK (10/20/02) W 39 153 3.9 19t 1 TEN (10/3/04) W 17 147 8.6 42 1 at TEN (12/9/07) W 26 146 5.6 32 1 at KC (12/23/01) L 27 145 5.4 34 0 at OAK (10/16/05) W 31 140 4.5 29 1 at NE (10/2/05) W 25 134 5.4 11 2 at BUF (10/3/10) W 19 133 7.0 26t 2 KC (9/30/07) L 20 132 6.6 37 1 at KC (12/22/02) L 24 131 5.5 34 0 TB (12/12/04) W 25 131 5.2 35 1 at OAK (9/11/06) W 31 131 4.2 58 1 at SEA (12/24/06) W 22 123 5.6 62 0 at HST (9/12/04) W 26 121 4.7 32 1 at SL (11/10/02) L 24 120 5.0 30 1 DET (12/16/07) W 15 116 7.7 49 2 at CIN (9/8/02) W 21 114 5.4 17 1 WAS (9/9/01) W 36 113 3.1 9 2 DEN (12/5/04) W 30 113 3.8 15 2 at CLV (12/19/04) W 26 111 4.3 20 2 at BUF (12/15/02) L 28 110 3.9 31 1 OAK (11/26/06) W 19 109 5.7 44 2 CIN (9/30/01) W 21 107 5.1 23 3 at NYJ (11/6/05) W 25 107 4.3 16 3 DEN (12/24/07) W 19 107 5.6 17t 1 KC (11/30/03) L 19 106 5.6 55 1 at OAK (9/28/08) W 20 106 5.3 41t 2 BLT (9/21/03) L 23 105 4.6 17 1 at DEN (11/19/06) W 20 105 5.3 24 3 at NO (10/26/08) L 19 105 5.5 40 0 at CIN (11/12/06) W 22 104 4.7 17 4 DEN (12/10/06) W 28 103 3.7 17 3 at CLV (10/7/01) L 19 102 5.4 54 1

RICHARDSON IS LEADING MAN
FB Tony Richardson has served as the primary lead blocker for eight 1,000-yard rushing seasons by five different players in his career. Six of those 1,000-yard seasons have resulted in the player earning a Pro Bowl appearance. He has also helped 11 teams surpass the 2,000 rushing yard mark. Richardson’s teams have rushed for 20 or more touchdowns seven of the past eight seasons, including league-highs in 2002 (KC), 2003 (KC), 2004 (KC) and 2007 (MIN).

SUCCESS ON THE ROAD
The Jets have won eight of their last nine regular season games on the road and 10-of-12 games (including postseason), dating back to their 19-13 victory in Toronto over the Buffalo Bills (12/3/09). Below are the Jets games on the road during that span: DATE OPP . SCORE RESULT 12/3/09 Buffalo (Toronto) 19-13 Win 12/13/09 Tampa Bay 26-3 Win 12/27/09 Indianapolis 29-15 Win 1/9/10 Cincinnati 24-14 Win 1/17/10 San Diego 17-14 Win 1/24/10 Indianapolis 17-30 Loss 9/26/10 Miami 31-23 Win 10/3/10 Buffalo 38-14 Win 10/17/10 Denver 24-20 Win 11/7/10 Detroit 23-20 OT Win 11/14/10 Cleveland 26-20 OT Win 12/6/10 New England 45-3 Loss Bold=Postseason Under Head Coach Rex Ryan the Jets have recorded a 12-5 road record (including a 2-1 postseason record).

“JETS” LAG
It has been said the Jets get the best effort from their opponents. While the Jets are 9-4 this season, their opponents are 5-7 the week after playing New York. Opp. Score Result Next Week BLT 10-9 L Ravens lost at Bengals NE 28-14 W Patriots won vs. Bills MIA 31-23 W Dolphins lost vs. Patriots BUF 38-14 W Bills lost vs. Jaguars MIN 29-20 W Vikings won vs. Dallas DEN 24-20 W Broncos lost vs. Raiders GB 9-0 L Packers won vs. Vikings DET 23-20 (OT) W Lions lost at Bills CLV 26-20 (OT) W Browns lost at Jaguars HST 30-27 W Texans won vs. Titans CIN 26-10 W Bengals lost vs. Saints NE 45-3 L Patriots won at Bears 37

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EDWARDS PER RECEPTION
Since entering the NFL in 2005, WR Braylon Edwards’ 15.8 yards per catch ranks second in the AFC among wide receivers with at least 250 receptions. He trails only teammate WR Santonio Holmes (16.1). For his career, Edwards has caught 311 passes for 4,912 yards and 38 touchdowns. Edwards registered his 300th reception at CLV (11/14). His 300th reception was a 21-yard completion on third-and-eight to keep a drive alive that culminated with a 25-yard TD pass from Sanchez to Cotchery. Edwards 100-yard games (13) TEAM DATE OPP REC YDS AVG LG TD CLV 10/13/08 NYG 5 154 30.8 70 1 CLV 12/2/07 at ARZ 7 149 21.3 67t 1 CLV 9/16/07 CIN 8 146 18.3 37t 2 CLV 11/19/06 PIT 7 137 19.6 63 0 CLV 10/28/07 at SL 8 117 14.6 29 2 CLV 9/24/06 BLT 5 116 23.2 58 1 CLV 9/17/06 at CIN 4 110 27.5 75 0 CLV 10/7/07 at NE 6 110 18.3 36 0 CLV 9/18/05 at GB 3 107 35.7 80t 1 NYJ 12/20/09 ATL 5 105 21.0 65t 1 CLV 11/17/08 at BUF 8 104 13.0 23 0 CLV 12/15/08 at PHI 5 102 20.2 28 0 NYJ* 1/24/10 at IND 2 100 50.0 80t 1 * - Postseason One week earlier in Cleveland (11/14), Holmes caught a Sanchez throw and raced 37 yards for the game-winning touchdown, his first score as a Jet, with 16 seconds remaining in overtime. It is the fourth game this season that Holmes made the key play that led to a game winning score. Week Nine at DET (11/17), Holmes took a pass 52 yards to setup K Nick Folk’s game-winning 30-yard field goal. At DEN (10/17), he drew a 46-yard pass interference to setup RB LaDainian Tomlinson’s game-winning touchdown. For the season, Holmes has totaled 41 receptions for 620 yards (15.1 avg.) and four touchdowns. MOST GAME-WINNING REC TD Final 1:00 of 4th QTR/OT Since 1983 (including playoffs) Player TD Y/NFL Santonio Holmes* 5 5 Carl Pickens 5 9 Terrell Owens 4 15 Roy Green 4 14 *=Two in 2010

100+ FOR SANTONIO
WR Santonio Holmes recorded his tenth career 100-yard receiving game (including one in the postseason) when he caught seven passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns vs. HST (11/21). It was his second 100-yard performance in three games. His first came at DET (11/7) when he hauled in five passes for 114 yards. TEAM PIT PIT PIT* PIT PIT NYJ PIT NYJ PIT PIT Holmes’ 100-yard games (10) DATE OPP REC YDS AVG 12/6/09 vs. OAK 8 149 18.6 12/20/07 at SL 4 133 33.3 2/1/09 vs. ARZ 9 131 14.6 9/10/09 vs. TEN 9 131 14.6 9/30/07 at ARZ 6 128 21.3 11/21/10 vs. HST 7 126 18.0 12/31/06 at CIN 4 124 31.0 11/7/10 at DET 5 114 22.8 11/5/07 vs. BLT 4 110 27.5 10/18/09 vs. CLV 5 104 20.8 LG TD 57 1 83 0 40 1 34t 1 43t 2 41t 2 67t 1 52 0 45 2 41 0

BIG PLAYS BY EDWARDS
Since joining the Jets in a trade on 10/7/09, Edwards has caught ten passes of 30-or-more yards (including an 80-yard touchdown reception in the AFC Championship game at IND on 1/24/10). Six of the ten pass plays have gone for scores. Quarterback Opp Sanchez at IND Sanchez at DET Sanchez at MIA Sanchez vs. ATL Sanchez vs. HST Sanchez at BUF Sanchez vs. JAX Sanchez at MIA Sanchez vs. GB Sanchez at DEN * - Super Bowl XLIII Date 1/24/10 11/7/10 9/26/10 12/20/09 11/21/10 10/3/10 11/15/09 10/12/09 10/31/10 10/17/10 Yards 80t 74t 67t 65t 42 41t 41 34 32 32t

35+ RECEPTIONS and 15+ AVERAGE
Jets wide receivers Braylon Edwards (38-674-6 17.7 avg.) and Santonio Holmes (41-620-4 15.1 avg.) are the only NFL tandem to have 35-or-more catches with a 15.0-ormore average per reception.

TONE TIME

Living up to his reputation of making key plays at big moments, WR Santonio Holmes caught his second game-winning touchdown pass in as many weeks from QB Mark Sanchez. The score, with 10 seconds remaining, gave the club a 30-27 victory over HST (11/21). He finished the game with his second 100-yard receiving game (7-126-2) in three weeks. His first came at DET (11/7), when he caught five passes for 114 yards. 38

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100 FOR GREENE
RB Shonn Greene finished with 117 yards rushing on 22 carries (5.3 avg.) in the Jets win at BUF, 10/3. It was his first 100-yard rushing game of the season. • It marked the second time in his career that Greene has eclipsed the 100-yard mark in a regular-season game. • Last season, Greene led the Jets with 144 yards rushing and two touchdowns, averaging 5.0 yards per carry at OAK, 10/25. • Greene’s 144 yards at OAK represent the third-highest rushing total for a Jets rookie in franchise history. As a rookie, Matt Snell ran for 168 vs. OAK and 180 vs. HOU in back-to-back weeks in 1964.

AFC TIGHT ENDS IN THEIR FIRST 35
Through the first 35 games of his career, TE Dustin Keller ranks amongst the top tight ends in the AFC. Player Antonio Gates -- SD Owen Daniels -- HST Todd Heap -- BLT Dustin Keller -- Jets Zach Miller -- OAK Heath Miller -- PIT Dallas Clark -- IND Rec 130 120 111 108 108 83 81 Yds 1,711 1,428 1,387 1,283 1,335 1,003 1,112 TD 17 8 8 8 4 12 9 Avg. 13.2 11.9 12.9 11.9 12.4 12.1 13.7

KELLER IN PERSPECTIVE
Since being selected in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft, Dustin Keller has quietly had the best first two seasons by a tight end in club history. Despite working with two quarterbacks in two seasons (Brett Favre ‘08 & Mark Sanchez ‘09), Keller has caught 93 passes, the most by a Jets tight end in their first two NFL seasons. Player Dustin Keller Pete Lammons Jerome Barkum Johnny Mitchell Richard Caster Mickey Shuler Sea 2008-09 1966-67 1972-73 1992-93 1970-71 1978-79 Rec 93 86 60 55 45 27 Yds 1,057 1,080 1,114 840 847 292 TD 5 6 8 7 9 6

GREENE GOES THE DISTANCE
Shonn Greene took a fourth quarter carry 23 yards to the end zone for his first rushing touchdown of the season vs. MIN (10/11). It was the first time in his proffessional career that he has scored in a home game. • The touchdown was the fifth rushing score of his career, regular season and post-season included. • Four of Greene’s five career rushing touchdowns have gone for 20 or more yards. Shonn Greene’s Touchdown Runs Date Opp Yards 1. 1/17/10 at SD 53 2. 1/9/10 at CIN 39 3. 10/25/09 at OAK 33 4. 10/11/10 vs. MIN 23 5. 10/25/09 at OAK 8

DUSTIN KELLER
TE Dustin Keller is second on the team in receptions (39) and touchdowns (5); he also has the second most receiving yards with 528. From Week Two through Week Four, Keller caught 17 passes for 241 yards and five touchdowns. His five touchdowns tied with San Diego TE Antonio Gates for most touchdowns during that time span. In Week Two vs. NE (9/19), Keller recorded seven receptions for a career-high 115 yards. In Week Three at MIA (9/26), he added two more touchdowns and 98 yards on six receptions. In the Week Four win at BUF (10/3), he caught two touchdown passes for the second consecutive week and finished the game with four catches for 28 yards. KELLER’S THREE GAME STRETCH Gm Rec Yds Avg. vs. NE 9/19 7 115 16.4 at MIA 9/26 6 98 16.3 at BUF 10/3 4 28 7.0 Totals 17 241 14.2 NEWYORKJETS.COM TD 1 2 2 5

His 93 receptions in his first two seasons also compares favorably with tight ends in the NFL selected in the last five seasons. Below is a list of AFC tight ends selected in the last five seasons and their stats. Player Tm Sea Rec Yds TD Zack Miller OAK 2007-08 100 1,222 4 Owen Daniels HST 2006-07 97 1,120 8 Kellen Winslow CLV 2004-06 94 925 3 Dustin Keller NYJ 2008-09 93 1,057 5 Heath Miller PIT 2005-06 73 852 11

HE EIGHT ONE?
Did you know that TE Dustin Keller writes a monthly food column for the New York Times? Keller’s I Eight One (a play on his jersey number, 81) column appears on the New York Times’ Fifth Down Blog and covers everything from restaurant reviews to healthy eating tips. Keller’s love for food doesn’t end with his column, he also owns six restaurants in South Carolina. McAlister’s Deli, a franchise popular in the south, serves sandwiches, salads and potatoes. To read Keller’s columns, visit http://fifthdown.blogs.nytimes.com/. 39

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DEFENDING THE PASS
Since Week Four at BUF (10/3), the Jets have held opposing teams to a combined 48.9 completion percentage, the best in the NFL during the eleven week span. Net Yds AVG. Yds Team Date Pct. vs. Jets Season Net Diff. MIA 12/12 26% 30 214.5 -184 NE 12/6 72% 304 242.3 +62 CIN 11/24 44% 117 237.5 -121 HST 11/21 58% 246 242.9 +3 CLV 11/14 58% 196 189.6 +7 DET 11/7 54% 228 255.1 -27 GB 10/31 44% 156 243.1 -87 DEN 10/17 41% 201 296.6 -95 MIN 10/11 41% 240 219.6 +20 BUF 10/3 44% 109 192.1 -83 8. 12/14/08 9. 9/20/09 10. 10/25/09 11. 11/29/09 12. 11/29/09 13. 12/3/09 14. 12/13/09 15. *1/9/10 16. *1/17/10 *=Postseason vs. BUF vs. NE at OAK vs. CAR vs. CAR vs. BUF (T) at TB at CIN at SD J.P Losman . Tom Brady JaMarcus Russell Jake Delhomme Jake Delhomme Ryan Fitzpatrick Josh Freeman Carson Palmer Philip Rivers

ALONE ON REVIS ISLAND
JETS OPPONENT RECEIVERS REVIS VS. THE REST OF THE NFL 2009 TOT REC-YDS AVG vs. TD DATE OPP RECEIVER vs. REVIS REST OF NFL REC 9/13 HST A. Johnson 4-35-0 7-105 9 9/20 NE R. Moss 4-24-0 5-86 13 10/4 NO M. Colston 2-33-0 5-70 9 10/18 BUF T. Owens 3-13-0 4-56 5 11/15 JAX Sims-Walker 3-49-1 4-54 7 11/22 NE R. Moss 5-34-1 5-86 13 11/29 CAR S. Smith 1-5-0 5-70 7 12/3 BUF T. Owens 3-31-0 4-56 5 12/20 ATL R. White 4-33-0 5-75 11 12/27 IND R. Wayne 3-33-0 7-82 10 1/3/10 CIN C. Ochocinco 0-0-0 5-70 9 2010 TOT REC-YDS AVG vs. TD DATE OPP RECEIVER vs. REVIS REST OF NFL REC 9/19* NE R. Moss 2-38-1 2-36 5 11/7 DET C. Johnson 1-13-0 6-79 8 11/21 HST A. Johnson 4-32-0 6-84 4 11/25 CIN T. Owens 3-17-0 6-89 8 12/12 MIA D. Bess 1-6-0 5-52 3 *Revis left in the second quarter due to an hamstring injury *=Revis left game due to injury

DARRELLE REVIS
CB Darrelle Revis, who was named to the All-Pro team this season, was voted the 2009 Curtis Martin Team MVP by his teammates. NFL Network credited Revis with 31 PD on the season, the most in the NFL since 1994. For his career, he has recorded 14 interceptions, 246 tackles, one sack, 73 passes defensed, two forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and two touchdowns. The two-time Pro Bowl CB posted an NFL-high 34 passes defensed to go with his team-leading six interceptions and 71 tackles, anchoring a unit that finished No. 1 in the NFL in pass defense, total defense and points allowed in 2009.

RETURN TO THE ISLAND

Revis enjoyed his best game of the 2010 season at DET (11/7), when he recorded three tackles and two passes defensed in limiting DET WR Calvin Johnson to one reception for 13 yards on the day. It was the first time this season, since Week Two, that Revis has been matched up against the opponents number one receiving threat. Revis matched up against HST WR Andre Johnson in Week 11 and limited him to four catches for 32 yards. In two games against Revis, Johnson has eight catches for 67 yards and no touchdowns. On Thanksgiving day vs. CIN (11/25), Revis held Terrell Owens to three receptions for 17 yards.

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REVIS’ CAREER INTERCEPTIONS (16)
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 40 Date 10/28/07 12/02/07 12/16/07 9/7/08 9/28/08 9/28/08 11/2/08 Team vs. BUF at MIA at NE at MIA vs. ARI vs. ARI at BUF Quarterback Trent Edwards John Beck Tom Brady Chad Pennington Kurt Warner Kurt Warner Trent Edwards

CB Antonio Cromartie leads the Jets with three interceptions on the season. He has teamed with CB Darrelle Revis to create a daunting challenge for opposing passers. Starting Wide Receivers vs. Jets Opp. Starters Combined Totals MIA Bess/Marshall 3-22-1 NE (12/6) Welker/Branch 10-144-2 CIN (11/25) Owens/Ochocinco 7-58-0 HST (11/21) A. Johnson/Walter 6-48-0 CLV (11/14) Stuckey/Massaquoi 6-35-1 DET (11/7) Burleson*/Johnson 8-126-1 GB (10/31) Jennings/Driver 6-81-0 DEN (10/17) Lloyd/Gaffney 10-155-0 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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MIN (10/11) BUF (10/3)* MIA (9/26)* NE (9/19) BLT (9/13) *Revis did not play Moss/Harvin Evans/Parrish Marshall/Hartline Welker/Moss Mason/Boldin 9-178-3 2-13-0 15-250-1 8-76-2 9-131-0

DAVID HARRIS
“He’s (Harris) one of the most complete linebackers in our league. He’s an elite player who, for whatever reason, a lot of people don’t appreciate.” Jets Linebackers Coach Bob Sutton (New York Times, 8/1). In 2009, Harris led a Jets defense that finished first in the NFL in seven categories (yards per game, yards per play, passing yards per game, passing yards per play, first downs allowed, third-down conversions allowed and points allowed). Harris led the unit with 142 tackles and added 5.5 sacks, two interceptions, three passes defensed and two forced fumbles. In postseason play, Harris remained a dominant force as he led the team in both tackles (29) and sacks (2). He added one pass defensed and one forced fumble to his statline. Both of Harris’ sacks were of IND QB Peyton Manning.

AL”CRO”TRAZ
2010 JETS OPPONENT RECEIVERS CROMARTIE VS. THE REST OF THE NFL TOT REC-YDS AVG vs. TD DATE TM Oppvs. CromartieREST OF NFLREC 9/19* NE R. Moss 0-0-0 3-39 5 9/26 MIA B. Marshall 10-166-1 5-57 1 10/17 DEN B. Lloyd 4-74-0 5-101 4 11/7 DET B. Johnson 1-7-0 1-10 0 11/14 CLV M. Massaquoi 2-8-1 2-28 2 11/21 HST K. Walter 2-16-0 3-37 4 11/25 CIN C. Ochocinco 4-41-0 5-59 4 12/12 MIA B. Marshall 2-19-1 5-55 2 * - Cromartie covered Moss in the second half.

DOUBLE-DIGIT TACKLES (17)
Since entering the NFL in 2007, Harris has recorded 17 double-digit tackle games (two in the 2009 postseason). Date Opp. Solo Assist Tackles 11/7/10 at DET 6 4 10 10/17/10 at DEN 9 3 12 1/24/10* at IND 8 3 11 1/17/10* at SD 9 4 13 12/3/09 at BUF 7 3 10 11/22/09 at NE 11 4 15 10/18/09 BUF 10 8 18 10/4/09 at NO 11 4 15 9/13/09 at HST 7 5 15 12/21/08 at SEA 3 7 10 12/7/08 at SF 9 4 13 10/19/08 OAK 6 4 10 9/22/08 at SD 5 6 11 9/7/08 at MIA 5 6 11 12/30/07 KC 8 5 13 11/4/07 WAS 14 6 20 10/28/07 BUF 8 6 14 *=Postseason Game.

CRO GOES TWO-FOR-TWO
CB Antonio Cromartie intercepted passes in his first two games as a Jet. In the Week One contest against BLT, Cromartie picked off a Joe Flacco pass intended for Anquan Boldin and returned it 66 yards. In Week Two, after switching onto Randy Moss in the second half, Cromartie intercepted a Tom Brady pass intended for Moss at the three-yard line. Cromartie has intercepted passes in consecutive games four times in his career, including recording interceptions in three consecutive games during the 2007 season. For his career, Cromartie has intercepted 20 passes off 14 different quarterbacks. He has picked off multiple passes against Peyton Manning (4), Tom Brady (2) and Brett Favre (2).
20. 19. 18. 17. 16. 15. 14. 13. 12. 11. 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. Date 11/25/10 9/19/10 9/13/10 11/22/09 11/15/09 11/1/09 9/22/08 9/22/08 1/20/08 1/13/08 12/16/07 12/9/07 12/2/07 12/2/07 11/11/07 11/11/07 11/11/07 10/28/07 10/28/07 Team vs. CIN vs. NE vs. BLT at DEN vs. PHI vs. OAK vs. NYJ vs. NYJ at NE at IND vs. DET at TEN at KC at KC vs. IND vs. IND vs. IND vs. HST vs. HST Quarterback Carson Palmer Tom Brady (2) Joe Flacco Kyle Orton Donovan McNabb JaMarcus Russell Brett Favre (2) Brett Favre (1)* Tom Brady (1)# Peyton Manning (4)# Jon Kitna Vince Young Tyler Thigpen Brock Huard Peyton Manning (3) Peyton Manning (2) Peyton Manning (1) Matt Schaub (2) Matt Schaub (1)*

HARRIS IN 2010
• Finished with six tackles as part of a defense that held the Dolphins to 131 total yards vs. MIA (12/12). • Recorded his third sack of the season and the 15.5 of his career when he dropped QB Tom Brady for a six-yard loss at NE (12/6). • Led a Jets defense that allowed 34 yards on 28 plays in the second half, in the club’s ninth win of the season vs. CIN (11/25). He recorded his second sack of the season when he brought down CIN QB Carson Palmer for an eight-yard loss. • Finished second on the team with six tackles in the Jets 30-27 win vs. HST (11/21). • Recorded a takeaway in the overtime win at CLV (11/14) and tied the team-high with eight tackles. Led a defen41

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• sive unit that allowed only 107 yards of total offense for the Browns after the half. Led the team in tackles for the seventh time this season with 10 (six solo and four assists) as the Jets went on to defeat DET (11/7) in overtime. Harris led a unit that held Detroit to 78 yards rushing on 28 attempts. Led the team in tackles for the sixth time this season (including tying for the lead) with nine tackles in the team’s Week Eight loss to GB (10/31). Recorded his first sack of the season (his 12.5 career sack) when he dropped Packers QB Aaron Rodgers for a nine-yard loss. Led a defense that held GB to 237 total yards (156 passing yards, 81 rushing yards) and 2-of-14 on third down attempts. Recorded his first double-digit tackle (12) game as the Jets defeated DEN (10/17), marking the club’s fifth straight victory. Also contributed two quarterback hurries and a tackle for loss. Tied for team lead in tackles (eight) with Jim Leonhard in the victory vs. MIN (10/11). Helped defense shutout the Vikings in the first half allowing only 52 yards of total offense and zero third-down conversions. Led the team for the second consecutive week with seven tackles, five solo, in the division win at BUF (10/3). Was part of a defense that held the Bills to 0-for-10 on thirddown conversions for the game. Led the team with nine tackles, eight solo in the division win at MIA (9/26). Recorded seven tackles, six solo in the Week Two victory vs. NE (9/19). Led a defense that shutout the Patriots offense in the second half, limiting them to 80-yards, eight first downs and one-of-four on third down attempts. Helped hold NE to 52 rushing yards on 20 carries for the game. Finished with six tackles, two QB hits and two PD in the season opening loss to BLT (9/13). Spearheaded a defense that held the Ravens to 49 rushing yards on 35 attempts (1.4 avg.) 12/2/07 12/23/07 12/30/07 10/12/08 12/7/08 9/13/09 9/27/09 10/18/09 11/1/09 11/29/09 12/3/09 1/24/10 10/31/10 11/25/10 12/6/10 # - Half of a sack at MIA at TEN vs. KC vs. CIN at SF at HST vs. TEN vs. BUF vs. MIA vs. CAR at BUF at IND* vs. GB vs. CIN at NE John Beck Vince Young Brodie Croyle #Ryan Fitzpatrick #Shaun Hill Matt Schaub Kerry Collins #Trent Edwards Chad Henne Jake Delhomme Ryan Fitzpatrick Peyton Manning Aaron Rodgers Carson Palmer Tom Brady *Postseason Game

2010 GAME-BY-GAME OPPONENT RUSHING
Below are the opposing game-by-game team rushings stats for the 2010 season. DATE TEAM ATT YDS AVG LG TD 12/6 Miami 32 101 3.2 10 0 12/6 New England 26 101 3.9 13 2 11/25 Cincinnati 20 46 2.3 14 0 11/21 Houston 26 97 3.7 19 2 11/14 Cleveland 25 107 4.3 14 1 11/7 Detroit 28 78 2.8 17 1 10/31 Green Bay 26 81 3.1 27 0 10/17 Denver 37 145 3.9 14 1 10/11 Minnesota 24 96 4.0 30 0 10/3 Buffalo 16 114 7.1 22 0 9/26 Miami 23 84 3.7 17 0 9/19 New England 20 52 2.6 8 0 9/13 Baltimore 35 49 1.4 7 1

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2010 OPPOSING LEADING RUSHERS VS. JETS
Below are the leading rushers that faced 2010 season. DATE PLAYER ATT YDS 12/12 Brown, MIA 16 55 12/6 Green-Ellis, NE 18 72 11/25 Benson, CIN 18 41 11/21 Foster, HST 22 84 11/14 Hillis, CLV 19 82 11/7 Best, DET 16 48 10/31 Jackson, GB 15 55 10/17 Moreno, DEN 12 48 10/11 Peterson, MIN 18 88 10/3 Fitzpatrick, BUF 7 74 9/26 Brown, MIA 11 54 9/19 Faulk, NE 5 22 9/13 Rice, BLT 21 43 the Jets during the AVG 3.4 4.0 2.3 3.8 4.3 3.0 3.7 4.8 4.9 10.6 4.9 4.4 2.0 LG 10 13 14 19 14 17 27 14 30 22 17 8 7 TD 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TACKLING MACHINE
In three seasons, Harris has led the team in tackles twice and finished second with 87 tackles in 2008 despite missing five games. In 2007, he led the team with 117 tackles despite not taking over starting duties for an injured Jon Vilma until the eighth game of the season. HARRIS’ SEASON TACKLE TOTALS Season Tackles Rank on Team 2010 102 1st 2009 142 1st 2008 87 2nd 2007 117 1st

HARRIS’ CAREER SACKS (15.5)
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JASON TAYLOR
The Jets signed LB Jason Taylor as an unrestricted free agent on April 21, 2010. In 2009, he recorded seven sacks, three FF, five PD, one INT, one FR for a touchdown and 42 tackles with the Miami Dolphins.

FRESH TARGETS
This season, Taylor will be able to add to his quarterback tally when he faces seven quarterbacks he has yet to sack. • In Week One, Taylor did not record a sack of Joe Flacco • In Week Three, Taylor sacked Chad Henne for the first time in his career. • In Week Six, Taylor did not record a sack of Kyle Orton. • In Week Seven, Taylor did not record a sack of Aaron Rodgers. • In Week Eight, Taylor did not record a sack on Matt Stafford • In Week Nine, Taylor brought down Colt McCoy for the first time in his career. Date 12/26 Opponent at Chicago Quarterback Jay Cutler

SACK LEADER
The six-time Pro Bowler (2000, 02, 04, 05, 06 and 07) joined 2009 NFL’s top ranked defense to wreak havoc on the league’s quarterbacks. Taylor currently ranks 11th on the NFL’s All-Time Sack list and his 131.5 sacks give him the most of any active NFL player. CAREER SACKS AMONG PLAYERS ACTIVE IN THE NFL Player Team(s) Seasons Sacks 1. Jason Taylor MIA, WAS, NYJ 97-10 131.5 2. John Abraham NYJ, ATL 00-10 100.5 3. Joey Porter PIT, MIA, ARZ 99-10 97.0 Additionally, Taylor’s 115.0 sacks this decade are a league high, 12.5 more than Falcon’s DE John Abraham. Taylor has regisered multiple sacks (1.5 or more) in 30 games and has registered two-or-more sacks in a game 25 times. The former Miami Dolphin and Washington Redskin has spread his sacks among 68 different quarterbacks, with Patriots QB Tom Brady being taken down a high of 10.5 times. TAYLOR’S SACKS BY QUARTERBACK
Quarterback Team(s) Sacks Tom Brady NE 10.5 Drew Bledsoe BUF, NE 6.5 Rob Johnson BUF 6.0 Drew Brees SD, NO 5.0 Peyton Manning IND 5.0 Chad Pennington NYJ 5.0 Vinny Testaverde NYJ 4.5 Brett Favre GB 4.0 Rich Gannon OAK 4.0 Brooks Bollinger NYJ 3.0 Kerry Collins OAK 3.0 Donovan McNabb PHI 3.0 Tim Rattay SF 3.0 Tony Banks BLT 2.5 Trent Edwards BUF 2.5 Charlie Batch DET, PIT 2.0 Kyle Boller BLT 2.0 David Carr HST 2.0 Kellen Clemens NYJ 2.0 Brian Griese DEN 2.0 Jim Harbaugh IND 2.0 Kelly Holcomb BUF 2.0 Donald Hollas OAK 2.0 J.P Losman . BUF 2.0 Neil O’Donnell TEN, NYJ 2.0 Doug Pederson GB, PHI 2.0 Matt Schaub HST 2.0 Jeff Blake BLT 1.5 Duante Culpepper MIN 1.5 David Garrard JAX 1.5 Alex Van Pelt BUF 1.5 Derek Anderson CLV 1.0 Steve Beuerlein CAR 1.0 Marc Bulger SL 1.0 Quarterback Team(s) Sacks Jason Campbell WAS 1.0 Quincy Carter DAL 1.0 Stoney Case DET 1.0 Matt Cassel NE 1.0 John Elway DEN 1.0 Ryan Fitzpatick CIN, BUF 1.0 Glenn Foley NYJ 1.0 Rex Grossman CHI 1.0 Matt Hasselbeck SEA 1.0 Tim Hasselbeck WAS 1.0 Chad Henne MIA 1.0 Brad Johnson MIN 1.0 Byron Leftwich JAX 1.0 Luke McCown CLV 1.0 Josh McCown ARZ 1.0 Colt McCoy CLV 1.0 Jim Miller CHI 1.0 Moses Moreno SD 1.0 Carson Palmer CIN 1.0 Jake Plummer DEN 1.0 Patrick Ramsey WAS 1.0 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 1.0 Matt Ryan ATL 1.0 Akili Smith CIN 1.0 Michael Vick ATL 1.0 Billy Volek TEN 1.0 Chris Weinke CAR 1.0 Vince Young TEN 1.0 Travis Brown BUF 0.5 Chris Chandler ATL 0.5 Trent Dilfer SEA 0.5 Shaun King TB 0.5 Jon Kitna SEA 0.5 Mike McMahon DET 0.5

TAYLOR SCORES
Taylor has scored nine defensive touchdowns in his career, three on interception returns and six on fumble returns. His six fumbles returned for touchdowns are the most in NFL history.
Game 11/1/09 at NYJ 10/21/07 vs. NE 11/19/06 vs. MIN 11/5/06 at CHI 9/11/05 vs. DEN 11/27/03 at DAL 10/7/01 vs. NE 10/1/00 at CIN 9/13/99 at DEN Touchdown Ret. a Shonn Greene fumble 48 yds Ret. a Matt Cassell interception 36 yds Ret. a Matt Johnson interception 51 yds Ret. a Rex Grossman interception 20 yds Ret. a Jake Plummer fumble 85 yds Ret. a Quincy Carter fumble 34 yds Ret. a Tom Brady fumble 1 yd Ret. a Akili Smith fumble 29 yds Ret. a Brian Griese fumble 4 yds

FORMER DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
In 2006, Taylor was recognized as the league’s best defender after notching 62 tackles, 13.5 sacks, 11 passes defensed, 10 forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions, both of which he returned for touchdowns. His 10 forced fumbles are the most recorded by a an NFL defender in a single season.

TAYLOR WITH THE JETS
”We brought in Jason (Taylor) to give us that pass rush. We knew he could play and rotate in with the other two guys, Calvin (Pace) and BT (Bryan Thomas). He’s a closer. He closes out games. That’s been his history.” Rex Ryan on Jason Taylor •Against his former team in Week 13, Taylor recovered the 29th fumble of his career after S Brodney Poole stripped the ball from MIA RB Ronnie Brown. •In Week 10, Taylor sacked DET QB Colt McCoy on thirdand-8 with 41 seconds left in overtime. The Browns were
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forced to punt the ball, giving the Jets the ball back and allowing them to score the game-winning touchdown. Also contributed to the defense with two tackles. •Taylor strip-sacked Brett Favre for a loss of three-yards with 1:01 remaining in the fourth quarter in Week 5 against MIN. •In Week Four, Taylor recovered the 28th fumble of his career at BUF (10/3), after LB Bryan Thomas knocked the ball loose from Bills RB Marshawn Lynch. •In his return to Miami in Week Three, Taylor sacked Dolphins QB Chad Henne for a loss of eight yards, making Henne the 67th different quarterback to be taken down by Taylor. •Taylor closed his first game for the Jets in Week Two when he strip-sacked Patriots QB Tom Brady with 4:15 left in the fourth quarter and the Jets leading 28-14. Taylor finished the game with five tackles and a QB hurry in addition to the sack and forced fumble. ELLIS’ MULTI-SACK GAMES (17) Opp Sacks Quarterback at SL 3 Marc Bulger at BUF (Tor) 2 Ryan Fitzpatrick at NE 2 Tom Brady MIA 2 Chad Henne PIT 2 Ben Roethlisberger IND 2 Peyton Manning SEA 2 Matt Hasselbeck BUF 2 Drew Bledsoe at WAS 2 Patrick Ramsey DET 2 Charlie Batch NE 2 Drew Bledsoe KC 1.5 Tyler Thigpen HST 1.5 David Carr at PIT 1.5 Ben Roethilisberger at NE 1.5 Tom Brady SF 1.5 Tim Rattay MIA 1.5 Jay Fiedler

ALL-TIME SACK LIST
Jason Taylor’s is one sack shy of moving into a three way tie for eighth on the all-time sack leader list. A sack will move him even with former New York Giant Lawrence Taylor and former San Diego Charger Leslie O’Neal. MOST CAREER SACKS Bruce Smith 200.0 Reggie White 198.0 Kevin Greene 160.0 Chris Doleman 150.5 Michael Strahan 141.5 Richard Dent 137.5 John Randle 137.5 Leslie O’Neal 132.5 Lawrence Taylor 132.5 Jason Taylor 131.5

Date 1/2/05 12/3/09 11/22/09 11/1/09 11/18/07 10/1/06 12/19/04 10/12/03 9/4/03 11/17/00 9/11/00 10/26/08 11/26/06 12/12/04 10/24/04 10/17/04 10/14/01

REX AND THE REX-PERTS
The reshaping of the Jets, specifically the defense, started with the hiring of Head Coach Rex Ryan on Jan. 21, 2009, from the Baltimore Ravens. Ryan spent four seasons (200508) at the helm of the Ravens defense, considered one of the best in the NFL Ryan’s first hire was Ravens OLB Coach Mike Pettine as the Jets defensive coordinator. Next came Dennis Thurman, who had left the Ravens in 2008 after six years in Baltimore, to coach the Jets defensive backs and he brought in Matt Cavanaugh, the Ravens offensive coordinator during their Super Bowl win, to coach the quarterbacks. Ryan added one more former Ravens’ coach to the Jets staff in 2010, when he added Mark Carrier to tutor the defensive line. Once the 2009 free agency period began, the Jets showed up on Bart Scott’s doorstep to sign the LB and followed up that signing by agreeing to a deal with by S Jim Leonhard. FORMER RAVENS NOW WITH THE JETS PLAYER/COACH POS. W/NYJ YEARS W/BAL Rex Ryan Head Coach 1999-08 Mike Pettine Def. Coordinator 2002-08 Dennis Thurman DB Coach 2002-07 Mark Carrier DL Coach 2006-09 Matt Cavanaugh QB Coach 1999-04 Jim Leonhard* S 2008 Bart Scott LB 2002-08 Trevor Pryce DL 2006-10 *=Placed on Injured Reserve

ELLIS’ LEGACY
DE Shaun Ellis, the Jets longest-tenured player (first-round pick, 2000), recorded his first sack of the 2010 season when he took down BLT QB Joe Flacco and forced a fumble. Ellis finished second on the team with 6.5 sacks in 2009. • Ellis’ 72.5 career sacks are third on the Jets all-time sack list, behind only Joe Klecko (77.5) and Mark Gastineau (107.5), two members of the legendary New York Sack Exchange of the early 1980s. • His 160 regular season games played for the Jets are the most ever by a Jets defensive lineman. He surpassed a third member of the Sack Exchange, Marty Lyons (147, 1979-89) during the 2009 season. • Ellis has recorded at least two sacks in a game 11 times in his career. • His eight postseason starts are the most for any Jets player in franchise history. 44

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THE CLOSER
CB Dwight Lowery has garnered the nickname “The Closer” after causing turnovers on the opponents last offensive drive in two consecutive games. With 35 seconds remaining at DEN (10/17), Lowery recovered an aborted snap at the Broncos 43-yard line to seal the Jets 24-20 victory. A week earlier vs. MIN (10/11), he returned a QB Brett Favre interception for a touchdown to increase the team’s advantage to 29-20 with 1:20 remaining in the game. Lowery now has five career interceptions and two career fumble recoveries. t The Jets signed DE Trevor Pryce as a free agent on September 30, 2010, after he was released by the Baltimore Ravens. Pryce rejoins former BLT defensive coordinator Rex Ryan, who he played under from 2006-2008. For his career, Pryce has 558 tackles, 91 sacks, two interceptions, 15 passes defensed, 14 forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. The four-time Pro Bowler’s (1999-2002) 91 sacks is tied for fifth among active players in the NFL, behind new teammate LB Jason Taylor (131.5), ATL DE John Abraham (98.5), ARZ LB Joey Porter (97.0) and IND DE Dwight Freeney (92.0). Pryce has sacked 50 different quartbacks, with current teammate Mark Brunell being taken down a high of six times when he played for the Jacksonville Jaguars. PRYCE’S SACKS BY QUARTERBACK (91)
Quarterback Team(s) Sacks Mark Brunell JAX 6 Trent Green KC 5.5 Derek Anderson CLV 5 Rich Gannon OAK/KC 4 Jim Harbaugh SD 4 Drew Bledsoe DAL/BUF/NE 3.5 Tom Brady NE 3 Trent Dilfer TB 3 Jon Kitna CIN/SEA 3 Carson Palmer CIN 3 Chris Chandler CHI/ATL 2.5 Kerry Collins OAK/NYG/CAR 2.5 Matt Hasselbeck SEA 2.5 Peyton Manning IND 2.5 Ben Roethlisberger PIT 2.5 Drew Brees NO/SD 2 Aaron Brooks NO 2 Jeff Garcia SF 2 Jeff George MIN/OAK 2 Tommy Maddox PIT 2 Michael Vick ATL 2 Charlie Frye CLV 1.5 Donovan McNabb PHI 1.5 Tim Couch CLV 1 Kellen Clemens NYJ 1 Quarterback Brodie Croyle Team(s) Sacks KC 1 Daunte Culpepper MIN 1 Brett Favre MIN 1 Jay Fiedler MIA 1 Doug Flutie SD 1 John Friesz SEA 1 Joey Harrington DET 1 Donald Hollas OAK 1 Bobby Hoying PHI 1 Ryan Leaf SD 1 J.P Losman . BUF 1 Rich Mirer NYJ 1 Moses Moreno SD 1 Chad Pennington MIA 1 Jake Plummer ARZ 1 Brady Quinn CLV 1 Aaron Rodgers GB 1 Sage Rosenfels HST 1 Kordell Stewart CHI 1 Andrew Walter OAK 1 Kurt Warner SL 1 Craig Whelihan SD 1 Kent Graham NYG 0.5 Josh McCown ARZ 0.5 Warren Moon SEA 0.5

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BRYAN’S CONTRIBUTIONS
LB Bryan Thomas started the season off with a strong defensive performance after he sacked BLT QB Joe Flacco in the second quarter for a loss of eight yards on a third-down play. Additionally, Thomas led the team with nine total tackles (seven solo) against the Ravens. In Week Eight, Thomas sacked DET QB Matt Stafford out of bounds early in the second quarter for a loss of two yards. Thomas recorded his third sack of the season vs. HST (11/21) when he brought down QB Matt Schaub. For the season, Thomas has recorded 32 tackles, four sacks, one pass defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

KEEPING PACE
LB Calvin Pace is currently tied with DE Shaun Ellis for the team lead with 4.5 sacks despite missing the first four games due to injury. For the season, he has 46 tackles. It is the second consecutive season that he has missed the first four games of the schedule. Pace led the Jets in sacks in both 2008 (7) and 2009 (8). If Pace leads the team in sacks this season, he will be only the third player in franchise history to lead the Jets in sacks for three consecutive seasons. The two other players are Mark Gastineau and Mo Lewis, both players led the team for four consecutive seasons. Player Consecutive Season Leading Team in Sacks M. Gastineau ‘82 (6), ‘83 (19), ‘84 (22), ‘85 (13.5) M. Lewis ‘97 (8), ‘98 (7), ‘99 (5.5), ‘00 (10) C. Pace ‘08 (7), ‘09 (8), ‘10 (???)

ACTIVE SACK LEADERS
With the signing of DL Trevor Pryce on 9/29/10, the Jets now field two of the five active sack leaders in Jason Taylor (131.5) and Pryce (91).
Player Current Team Jason Taylor NYJ John Abraham ATL Joey Porter ARZ Dwight Freeney IND Trevor Pryce NYJ Year Entered the NFL Sacks 1997 131.5 2000 100.5 1999 97.0 2002 92.0 1997 91.0

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TRULY “SPECIAL” TEAMS KICKIN IT WITH FOLK
Nick Folk, a former sixth-round pick by the Dallas Cowboys in 2007, made the Pro Bowl his rookie year after finishing fourth in the NFL in points with 131. In 2010, Folk has scored 98 points, connecting on 24-of-32 field goal attempts with a long of 56 yards. In Week Six at DEN, Folk set a new career high and franchise record when he converted a 56yard field goal. Longest Kicks in Jets History Kicker Date/Opponent Yards 1. Nick Folk 10/17/10 at DEN 56 yards 2. Jay Feely 11/1/09 vs. MIA 55 yards Jay Feely 11/9/08. vs. SL 55 yards John Hall 8/31/97 at SEA 55 yards Pat Leahy 12/14/85 vs. CHI 55 yards A week earlier on Monday Night Football (10/11 vs. MIN), Folk set a new single-game career high, when he connected on all five of his field goal attempts vs. MIN (10/11). Additionally, he has made all 26 of his PAT attempts. him fourth on the team. The spectacular came on his two special teams touchdowns, the team’s only two special teams scores last season. He scored the Jets first special teams touchdown when he picked up an Eric Smith blocked punt and walked in for a touchdown and scored again after racing 106 yards with the second-half kickoff against the Indianapolis Colts in a must-win game in week 16. In 2010, Smith has proven to be a game-changer. Through five weeks he has has thrown a TD, recorded kickoff returns of 32, 54, 38, 86, and 47 yards and registered rushes of 22, 16 and 16 yards. In Week 5 vs. MIN, Smith recorded an 86 yard kickoff return following the Vikings’ first touchdown of the game. The 86yard return gave the offense the ball on the MIN 19-yard line and led to a 31-yard Nick Folk field goal. In Week 4 at BUF, Smith opened the game with a 38-yard kickoff kickoff return. The Jets offense continued down the field on a nine-play, 63yard touchdown drive, allowing the Jets to set the tone on offense with a 7-0 lead. Later in the game, Smith threw the first touchdown pass of his career when he connected with Dustin Keller for a 3-yard reception, giving the Jets a 24-7 lead. In Week 3 at Miami, Smith’s 38-yard kickoff return shifted the momentum back to the Jets after Miami took a 17-14 lead. On the very next play, Mark Sanchez threw a 67-yard touchdown pass to Braylon Edwards, allowing the Jets to reclaim a 21-17 lead. Smith currently ranks first in the NFL in kickoff return average. NFL KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS Player Team Ret Yards Avg Long TD 1. Brad Smith NYJ 34 992 29.2 89t 1 2. Stefon Logan DET 40 1,123 28.1 105t 1 3. Leon Washington SEA 33 926 28.1.4 101t 2 4. Brandon Banks WAS 31 837 27.0 96t 1 5. Stephen-Howling ARZ 40 1,112 27.8 102 2

GAME WINNER FOR FOLK
Folk made his second-career game winning field goal when he connected on a 30-yard field goal in overtime to give the Jets a 23-20 victory at DET (11/7/10). Folk also made a 36yard field goal as time expired to force the extra period. Folk connected on a 31-yard field goal in the second quarter to start the Jets scoring. Folk scored 11 of the teams 23 points. His first game winning kick came on a 53-yard attempt at BUF (10/8/07) on Monday Night Football.

SMITH BLOCKS IT
Eric Smith has become an invaluable member of Mike Westhoff’s special teams unit, ranking second on the team with 25 special teams tackles in 2009. But just like Brad Smith, Eric Smith is also called upon for a big play from time-to-time. For the second time in two seasons, Eric Smith blocked a punt attempt when he got to Brandon Fields in the third quarter at MIA (9/26/10) allowing the Jets to take over possesion at the Miami 17-yard line. Smith’s first blocked punt came last season when he blocked a Chris Hanson punt that Brad Smith scooped up for a fouryard touchdown at NE (11/22/10). Smith also blocked a Matt Dodge punt in the first preseason game against the Giants (8/16/10).

ONLY BRAD
WR Brad Smith is the only player in the modern era (since 1933) to have scored touchdowns in each of the following ways: Receiving (2), Rushing (2), Kickoff Return (2), Blocked Punt Return (1) and Thrown a touchdown pass (1) In Week Twelve, Smith’s became the third player in NFL history with an 80 plus yard KOR for a touchdown and 50 plus yard rush for a touchdown in the same game after he scored on a 53-yard run and an 89-yard kickoff return. The only other players to accomplish the feat are Brian Mitchell (2000), Dominic Rhodes (2001). For the season, Smith has 28 rushes for 218 yards and one touchdown. He also has four receptions for 44 yards.

WR/QB/RB BRAD SMITH
Brad Smith’s contributions to Mike Westhoff’s special teams unit have ranged from solid to spectacular. The solid came from his 20 tackles on special teams last season, ranking 46

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6-1 * 217 * Washington 39 years old (as of opening weekend) Santa Maria, CA/St. Joseph’s HS EXPERIENCE: NFL: 18 / Jets: 1ST ACQUIRED: FA (7/29/10) ENTERED NFL: GB D5 (118), 1993 NFL Draft 30 passes for 102 yards and an interception while rushing four times for 12 yards in losses. POSTSEASON: Served as the backup quarterback for all three postseason contests including the Super Bowl XLIV win. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (1/3 at CAR)…Started the season finale as QB Drew Brees rested for the postseason… Completed 15 of 29 passes for 102 yards and one interception…Found receiver Marques Colston for three yards for his first completion since 11/16/06 at PHI. (12/13 at ATL)…Attempted his only pass of the season when he threw incomplete of Darnell Dinkins on a fake field goal attempt in the fourth quarter. (10/18 vs. NYG)…Saw his first action of the season when he entered the game late in the fourth quarter, rushing once for a loss of nine yards. 2008 (NO) In his first season with NO, was active for all 16 games as the backup to QB Drew Brees but did not attempt a pass. 2007 (WAS) Inactive as the third quarterback for the first 13 regular season games before serving as a backup to QB Todd Collins for the last three regular season games and the playoff game. 2006 (WAS) Started nine of the 10 games in which he played, completing 162-of-260 passes for 1,789 yards, eight touchdowns, four interceptions and added 13 rushes for 34 yards. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (9/24 at HST)… Set an NFL record as he connected on his first 22 pass attempts of the game, en route to a career-high 88.9% passing by completing 24-of-27 passes for the game… Finished with 261 yards passing and one touchdown in the 16-point win. (10/1 vs. JAX)…In his first and only game against his former team, threw for a season-high 329 yards, three touchdowns and one interception on 16-of-30 passing, including a 55-yard touchdown pass to Santana Moss in the first

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◊ 18-year NFL veteran who has played in 175 career games with 151 starts with a careerrecord of 78-73 as a starter…Has thrown for 182 touchdowns, 107 interceptions, completing 59.5% of his passes for a 83.9 career quarterback rating and ranks 27th on the all-time passing list (sixth among active players) with 31,928 passing yards. ◊ Veteran of 14 postseason contests, 10 as a starter including two AFC Championship game (at NE, 1997 & vs. TEN, 2000)…As a starter has posted career postseason numbers of 1,808 yards passing, 11 touchdowns and 11 interceptions on 153-of-296 passing for a rating of 67.5. ◊ Three-time Pro Bowler (1996, 1997 & 1999) was named starter for the AFC in 1997 and the game’s MVP in 1996. ◊ Holds the NFL single-game record for most consecutive pass completions with 22, set at HST in 2006. ◊ Ranks fourth among active quarterbacks with 2,421 rushing yards and 15 touchdown runs on 513 career carries.

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◊ 7/29/10, NYJ, Signed, FA ◊ 3/17/08, NO, Signed, UFA ◊ 3/3/04, JAX, Trade, WAS, for 2004 D3 ◊ 4/22/95, GB, Trade, JAX, for 1995 D3 & D5 ◊ 4/26/93, GB, D5 (118), 1993 NFL Draft

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quarter and a 68-yard touchdown pass to Moss in overtime. 2005 (WAS) Started 15 of 16 games, coming on in relief in the season opener…Finished the regular season with 3,050 yards, 23 touchdowns and 10 interceptions on 262-of454 passing, adding another 111 yards on his 42 rushing attempts…Posted a career-best 23 touchdown passes and went over 3,000 yards passing for the first time since he had 3,309 with JAX in 2001…Completed 29-of58 passes for 283 yards, one touchdown and one interception in two postseason contests. POSTSEASON: (Divisional: 1/14 at SEA)… Connected with Santana Moss on a 20-yard touchdown pass to bring WAS within seven points early in the fourth quarter…Finished the contest with 242 yards and that one touchdown on 22-of-39 passing. (Wild Card: 1/7 at TB)…Threw for a postseason low 41 yards on seven-of-15 passing and was picked off by Brian Kelly. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/18 vs. DAL)…Matched his career-high of four touchdown passes, set in 1998, when he found TE Chris Cooley for three scores and FB Mike Sellers for another…Threw for 163 yards total on just 12-of-20 passing. (10/23 vs. SF)…For the second-consecutive week, posted three touchdowns and no interceptions, this time en route to a career-best passer rating of 147.9 as he connected on 13-of-20 passes for 252 yards. (10/16 at KC)…Connected for three touchdowns and no interceptions and a seasonhigh 331 yards passing when he completed 25-of-41 passes…Found Santana Moss for a 78-yard scoring pass, the second-longest passing play of his career. (10/9 at DEN)… Gained 322 yards with two touchdowns, completing 30 of a career-high 53 passing attempts. (9/11 vs. CHI)…Entered the game in the second quarter in relief of QB Patrick Ramsey and engineered three field goal drives that provided all the scoring in the 9-7 win… Finished the contest six-of-11 passing for 105 yards and one interception. 2004 (WAS) In his first season with WAS, started the first nine of games of the season at quarterback throwing for 1,194 yards, seven touchdowns and six interceptions on 118of237 passing for a rating of 63.9…Added another 62 yards on his 19 rushing attempts. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (9/27 vs. DAL)… Posted a season-high 325 yards passing with two touchdowns and no interceptions on 25-

of-43 passing. 2003 (JAX) Started just three games due to an injury, the fewest since his arrival in JAX in 1995…Completed 54-of-82 passes for 484 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (9/21 at IND)…Exited with an elbow injury that would ultimately end his season and his career with JAX. (9/7 at CAR)…In the season opener, posted the second-highest passer rating of his career when he connected on 23-of-27 passes for 272 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. 2002 (JAX) Started the first 15 games of the season before missing the finale with a hamstring injury…Completed 245-of-417 passes for 2,788 yards, 17 touchdowns and just seven interceptions for a passer rating of 85.7…Gained 207 more yards on his 43 rushing attempts…Set a career-high when he connected with Patrick Johnson on a 79yard scoring pass. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/15 at CIN)…Struck for three touchdown passes to three different receivers en route to throwing for 223 yards on 19-of-28 passing and a 127.5 passer rating. (11/3 at NYG)… Posted a career-high 63 yards rushing to lead the team…Ran for 25 yards late in the fourth quarter to help set up his second touchdown pass of the quarter and pull JAX within seven points…Finished the game with 230 yards pass, two touchdowns and no interceptions. (9/15 at KC)…Notched a season-best 320 yards passing with two touchdowns and no interceptions on 25-of-36 passing…79 of those yards came on a touchdown pass to receiver Patrick Johnson, representing the longest passing play of his career. 2001 (JAX) Played and started in 15 of 16 games posting a 61.1% completion percentage on 289-of-473 passing for 3,309 yards, 19 touchdowns and 13 interceptions… Added another 224 yards one score on 39 rushing attempts. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/3 vs. GB)… Went for a season-high 311 yards passing on Monday Night Football against his former team…Completed 26of-45 passing with one touchdown and an interception and added 23 more yards on his three rushing attempts. (10/28 vs. BLT)… Threw a pair of scoring passes as he posted

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his first 300-yard passing game of the season throwing for 306 yards on 25-of-37 passing… Was also the team’s leading rusher with four carries for 55 yards, including a career-best 38-yard scamper in the second quarter. (9/9 vs. PIT)…Accounted for all the scoring in a 21-3 victory when he threw three touchdown passes in the second quarter, the final one coming on a one-yard pass with under one minute to play in the half. 2000 (JAX) Passed for 3,640 yards as he started all 16 games for the first time since 1996…Completed 311-of-512 passes for 20 touchdowns and 14 interceptions and a quarterback rating of 84.0…Added another two scores and 286 yards on his 48 rushing attempts. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (11/12 vs. SEA)…Connected on 24-of-33 passing for 340 yards and a 67-yard touchdown strike to Keenan McCardell and added a second score with a two-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. (10/29 at DAL)…Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance as he threw for 231 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions… Ended the game in overtime with a 37-yard touchdown pass to Alvis Whitted. (9/10 at BLT)…Posted a season-high with 386 passing yards, the second straight week he amassed over 300 yards passing…Found Jimmy Smith with three touchdown passes of at least 40 yards. (9/3 at CLV)…Opened the season by completing over 70% of his passes for 301 yards and a touchdown. 1999 (JAX) Started the first 15 games of the season helping lead JAX to a 14-2 record… Completed 259-of-441 passes for 3,060 yards, 14 touchdowns, nine interceptions and a passer rating of 82.0…Added 208 yards and another score on his 47 rushing attempts… Returned to the Pro Bowl for the third time in four seasons. POSTSEASON: Completed 24-of-41 passes for 331 yards with three touchdowns, two interceptions and 77.5 passer rating. (AFC Championship: 1/23 vs. TEN)… Threw for 226 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions as he helped open the scoring with a seven-yard touchdown pass to Kyle Brady in the first quarter. (Divisional: 1/15 vs. MIA)…Exited after halftime with the team leading 41-7…Threw just nine passes but had 105 yards passing and connected for two

touchdown scores. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (1/7 at ATL)…Threw for a season-high three touchdown passes, the first to open the scoring in the first quarter when he found Jimmy Smith for a 44-yard scoring strike on the drive’s first play. (12/2 vs. PIT)…Completed over 67% of his passes for 308 yards and one touchdown, helping break a 6-6 tie late in the third quarter. (11/28 at BLT)…Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance in passing for 338 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. (11/21 vs. NO)… Connected on 19-of-31 passes for a seasonhigh 351 yards passing with two touchdowns and one interception. 1998 (JAX) Started the first 13 games of the season…Finished with 2,601 yards passing, 20 touchdowns and nine interceptions on 208of-354 passing and a 89.9 passer rating… Gained an additionally 192 yards rushing on 49 attempts…Missed most of the 12/6 game vs. DET and the final three regular season games with injury before returning to start in both postseason contests. POSTSEASON: Finished the postseason 26-of-65 passing for 37 yards with four touchdowns, three interceptions and passer rating of 57.0. (Divisional: (1/10 at NYJ)…Established postseason career-highs with three touchdowns and three interceptions as he completed 12-of-31 passes for 156 yards. (Wild Card: 1/3 vs. NE)…Threw for 161 yards and one touchdown, finding Jimmy Smith for a 37-yard score to extend the lead to two scores in the fourth quarter. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (11/29 at CIN)…Established his career-high with four touchdown passes, one of which came in each quarter…On the day he completed 19-of-35 passes for 244 yards and a passer rating of 114.5. (10/25 at DEN)…Threw for 353 yards and three scores completing 28-of-46 passes. (9/20 vs. BLT)… Went over 300 yards passing as he completed 73.5% of his passes for 376 yards and a pair of third quarter touchdown passes. 1997 (JAX) Booked a return trip to the Pro Bowl, this time as the AFC’s starter after starting all 14 games in which he played and throwing for 3,281 yards, 18 touchdowns and seven interceptions, compelting 60.7% of his passes for a 91.2 passer rating, the highest passer rating of his career…Added 257 yards and two touchdowns on 48 rushing attempts.

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POSTSEASON: (Wild Card: 12/27 at DEN)… Completed 18-of-32 passes for 203 yards and an interception. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/14 at BUF)…Matched a season-high with 317 yards passing on 24-of-32 passing…Opened scoring with a 13-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. (11/30 vs. BLT)…Completed 25of-40 passes for a season-high 317 yards with a 26-yard scoring strike to Damon Jones at the start of the third-quarter. (10/19 at DAL)… Posted a completion percentage over 67% for 242 yards, finding three different receivers with his three touchdown passes, the second time in three games he threw for three scores. (10/5 vs. CIN)…Connected with different receivers for each of his three touchdown passes. (9/22 vs. PIT)…Threw for over 300 yards as he completed 24-of-42 passes for 306 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in the season-opening win. 1996 (JAX) In just his second-season as a starting quarterback, set career-highs in leading JAX to the AFC Championship game despite the team being in just their second season…Started all 16 games in the regular season en route to establishing career-highs in attempts (557), completions (353) and passing yards (4,367)…His 4,367 passing yards were the most in the league that season, while his 64.3% completion percentage ranked first in the AFC and third in the league behind Steve Young and Troy Aikman…Threw for over 300 yards six times and went over 400 yards passing twice as he also posted a careerhigh 20 interceptions against 19 touchdowns… Ran a career-high 80 times for 396 yards and three touchdowns…His 396 yards rushing led all NFL quarterbacks…In his first three career postseason starts, gained another 674 yards with three touchdowns and four interceptions in setting his single-game postseason marks for both passing and rushing yards in the Divisional round win at DEN, 1/4/07…Selected to his first Pro Bowl team and was named the game’s Most Valuable Player for his performance in which he threw for 234 yards, tying the game with 44 second to play on an 80-yard scoring pass to Tim Brown. POSTSEASON: Completed 56-of100 passes for 674 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions while adding 87 more yards on his 16 rushing attempts in helping JAX advance to the AFC Championship game in just the franchise’s second season. (AFC Championship: 1/12 at NE)…Completed 20-of38 passes for 190 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions and added another 34 yards

on his six rushing attempts. (Divisional: 1/4 at DEN)…Earned AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for a performance that saw him throw for two touchdowns and a postseason career-high 245 yards on 18-of-29 passing… Also ran a postseason best seven times for 44 yards. (Wild Card: 12/28 at BUF)…Made the first postseason start of his career and threw for 239 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions on 18-of-33 passing. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/1 vs. CIN)…Surpassed 300 yards passing for the second-straight week as he gained 356 yards and a touchdown on 21-of-34 passing. (11/24 at BLT)…Earned recognition as the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Week when he threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, the second with under a minute-and-a-half to play to set up his own game-tying two-point conversion run, forcing overtime…For the game, he gained 306 yards on 28-of-48 passes adding those two late touchdowns and two interceptions. (11/10 vs. BLT)…Went over 300 yards passing again, as he completed 24-of-37 passes for 354 yards, one touchdown and one interception. (10/20 at SL)…Completed a career-best 37 of his 52 passes in throwing for over 400 yards (421) for the second time in a month…Also set a careerhigh with five interceptions thrown. (9/22 at NE)…Set a career-high with 432 yards passing on 23-of-39 passing…Also set his seasonhigh with three passing touchdowns, the last of which went for a season-long 61 yards to Andre Rison. (9/8 vs. HST)…Completed 27of-38 passes for 302 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. 1995 (JAX) After an offseason trade to the expansion JAX team, became the team’s starting quarterback in the third game of the season…Finished the season with starts in 10 of the 13 games in which he appeared, completing 201-of-346 passes for 2,168 yards, 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions… Added career-highs with 480 yards and four touchdowns on 67 rushing attempts. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/10 vs. IND)…Went over 300-yards for the second time as he gained a season-high 312 yards and three touchdowns on 26-of-39 passing. (10/22 at CLV)…Ran a career-high 11 times for 58 yards and gained 164 more on 16-of-28 passing. (10/15 vs. CHI)…Posted the first 300-yard passing game of his career when he completed 30-of-48

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passes for 302 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. (9/17 at NYJ)…Made the first start of his NFL career when he threw for 138 yards on 15-of-33 passing and ran for 47 more yards on 10 attempts…Added his first career touchdown in the fourthquarter when he found Ernest Givens for a seven-yard score. (9/3 vs. HOU)…Threw the first interception of his career when his pass intended for Ernest Givens was picked off by Daryll Lewis. 1994 (GB) Saw action in relief of QB Brett Favre in two regular season contests and the postseason contest, throwing for 95 yards on 12-of-27 passing in the regular season and 25 yards on three-of-11 passing in the postseason…Added seven more yards on six rushing attempts, including a five-yard touchdown run, for the first score of his NFL career. POSTSEASON: Saw mop up duty in his first career postseason game when he threw for 25 yards on three-of-11 passing. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (10/20 at MIN)… Made his NFL debut when he entered the game for the first series of the second quarter in relief of Brett Favre…Attempted the first rush of his career when he scrambled for five yards on third-and-eight…On the second play of his career, threw incomplete of Edgar Bennett, completing the first pass of his career on the next series when he found LeShon Johnson for six yards…Scored the first touchdown of his career and gave GB the lead at halftime when he ran it in from five yards out with 50 second remaining in the half. 1993 (GB) Spent the first 15 games of the season as the third quarterback before he was activated as the backup for the final game. ◊ Played in four bowl games during his career (three Rose Bowls and one Freedom Bowl) with the Huskies, completing 301 of 563 passes for 4,008 yards with 28 touchdowns and 17 interceptions while rushing for 758 yards. ◊ Earned second-team All-Pac 10 honors in both 1990 and 1992. ◊ Had a string of 128 consecutive pass attempts without an interception in 1990.

◊ Named the Most Valuable Player of the 1991 Rose Bowl after passing for two touchdowns and rushing for two more. ◊ Was a three-year letterman at quarterback and free safety at St. Joseph (CA) HS, where his father was the athletic director, twice being named an all-conference QB.

◊ Born Mark Allen Brunell in Los Angeles, CA. ◊ Graduated in 1992 with a degree in history. ◊ Married to Stacy with a daughter, Caitlin, and sons, Jacob, Joseph and Luke. ◊ Was a second-team all-conference guard in basketball and a four-time all-league pick in baseball as a prep at St. Joseph’s (CA) HS, and was drafted by baseball’s Atlanta Braves in the 44th round of the 1992 draft. ◊ Mark and his wife operate the Brunell Family Foundation, committed to enriching the lives of children who face chronic or lifethreatening illnesses. ◊ Was named the Byron “Whizzer” White Award recipient in 2002 by the NFLPA for his commitment to community causes. ◊ Is involved in many community outreach initiatives, including STARBRIGHT World at Wolfson’s Children’s Hospital, Dreams Come True, Family First All-Pro Dad, Basket of Hope, Caps for Kids and the Ronald McDonald House.

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MARK BRUNELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year/Tm 93/GB 94/GB 95/JAX 96/JAX 97/JAX 98/JAX 99/JAX 00/JAX 01/JAX 02/JAX 03/JAX 04/WAS 05/WAS 06/WAS 07/WAS 08/NO 09/NO Totals G/S 0/0 2/0 13/10 16/16 14/14 13/13 15/15 16/16 15/15 15/15 3/3 9/9 16/15 10/9 0/0 2/0 16/1 175/151 Att 27 346 557 435 354 441 512 473 416 82 237 454 260 30 4624 Cmp 12 201 353 264 208 259 311 289 245 54 118 262 162 15 2753 Pct 44.4% 58.1% 63.4% 60.7% 58.8% 58.7% 60.7% 61.1% 58.9% 65.9% 49.8% 57.7% 62.3% 50.0% 59.5% Yds 95 2168 4367 3281 2601 3060 3640 3309 2788 484 1194 3050 1789 102 31928 Y/Att 3.52 6.27 7.84 7.54 7.35 6.94 7.11 7.00 6.70 5.90 5.04 6.72 6.88 3.40 6.90 TD 0 15 19 18 20 14 20 19 17 2 7 23 8 0 182 Int 0 7 20 7 9 9 14 13 7 0 6 10 4 1 107 Lg 25 45 62 75 78t 62 67t 44 79t 65t 49 78t 74 18 79t Sk/Yds Rating 2/16 53.8 39/238 82.6 50/257 84.0 33/189 91.2 28/172 89.9 29/174 82.0 54/289 84.0 57/387 84.1 34/210 85.7 9/46 89.7 15/105 63.9 27/213 85.9 12/92 86.5 0/0 44.0 389/2388 83.9

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Additional Statistics Rushing: 513-2421-15 (Career): 4-(-12)-0 (2009); 13-34-0 (2006); 42-111-0 (2005); 19-62-0 (2004); 8-19-1 (2003); 43-207-0 (2002); 39-224-1 (2001); 48-236-2 (2000); 47-208-1 (1999); 49-192-0 (1998); 48-257-2(1997); 80-396-3 (1996); 67-480-4 (1995); 6-7-1 (1994) Career Record as a Starter 78-73 (.517) (Career): 0-1 (.000) (2009); 3-6 (.333) (2006); 9-6 (.600) (2005); 3-6 (.333) (2004); 0-3 (.000) (2003); 6-9 (.400) (2002); 6-9 (.400) (2001); 7-9 (.432) (2000); 13-2 (.867) (1999); 10-3 (.769) (1998); 9-5 (.643) (1997); 9-7 (.563) (1996); 3-7 (.300) (1995) Career Bests Attempts: 53 (10/9/05 at DEN) Completions: 37 (10/20/96 at SL) Yards Passing: 432 (9/22/96 at NE) Completion Percentage: 88.9% (9/24/06 at HST) Passer Rating: 147.9 (10/23/05 vs. SF) Touchdowns Passing: 4 (twice, last 12/18/05 vs. DAL) Interceptions: 5 (10/20/96 at SL) CAREER POSTSEASON STATISTICS Year/Tm G/S Att Cmp 94/GB 1/0 11 3 96/JAX 3/3 100 56 97/JAX 1/1 32 18 98/JAX 2/2 65 26 99/JAX 2/2 47 24 05/WAS 2/2 52 29 09/NO 3/0 Totals 14/10 307 156 Pct 27.3% 56.0% 56.3% 40.0% 51.1% 55.8% 0.0% Yds 25 674 203 317 331 283 1833 Longest Completion: 79t (9/15/02 at KC) Longest Touchdown: 79t (9/15/02 at KC) Rushing Attempts: 11 (10/22/95 at CLV) Rushing Yards: 63 (11/3/02 at NYG) Rushing Touchdowns: 1 (15times, last 9/14/03 vs. BUF) Longest Rush: 38 (10/28/01 at BLT)

Y/Att 2.27 6.74 6.34 4.88 7.04 5.44 0.0

TD Int Lg Sk/Yds 0 0 16 0/0 3 4 47 5/21 0 1 37 3/16 4 3 52t 2/13 3 2 41 5/24 1 1 52 4/28 11 11 52t 19/102

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EMANUEL COOK
5-10 • 185 • South Carolina 22 years old (as of opening weekend) EXPERIENCE: NFL: 1st JETS: 1st Riviera Beach, FL/Palm Beach Gardens HS

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7/29/10, NYJ, Signed, FA 6/18/10, TB, Waived 11/11/09, TB, Signed, Practice Squad 9/10/09, NYJ, Released, Practice Squad 9/7/09, NYJ, Signed, Practice Squad 9/5/09, NYJ, Waived 5/1/09, NYJ, Signed, Undrafted FA

◊ Led South Carolina in tackles the past two seasons...Totaled 179 tackles, five pass breakups, three interceptions and two forced fumbles. ◊Coached by Kevin Fleury at Palm Beach Gardens HS... Rushed for 2,027 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior, leading his team to the first state championship in school history...recognized as the South Florida SunSentinel Player of the Year for large schools... Ran for 373 yards and five touchdowns in one game and rushed for 243 yards and four scores in the state title game...Earned Lou Groza Award Palm Beach County Player of the Year.

◊ Majored in Retailing at South Carolina. ◊ Plays chess. ◊ Website: www.emanuelcookgdk.com. ◊ Born Emanuel Lee Cook in West Palm Beach, FL

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6-4/295/Hampton 25 years old (as of opening weekend) Lindale, GA/Pepperell HS EXPERIENCE: NFL: 1/Jets: 1st ACQUIRED: Waivers (DAL), 9/5/10 ENTERED NFL: DAL Undrafted FA, 4/27/08 Hill Farm and was a member of the 2008 Dallas Cowboys Rookie Club.

◊ Spent the 2008 and 2009 season on the Dallas Cowboys practice squad. ◊ 9/5/10, 9/5/10, NYJ, Claimed off waivers (DAL) ◊ 9/4/10, DAL, Waived ◊ 9/6/09, DAL, Signed, Practice Squad ◊ 9/5/09, DAL, Waived ◊ 9/3/08, DAL, Signed, Practice Squad ◊ 9/2/08, DAL, Waived ◊ 4/27/08, DAL Signed, Undrafted FA

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◊ Finished his senior year at Hampton third on the team with 58 tackles, including a teambest 16 for losses and a team-high tying six sacks…Also broke up two passes, had eight hurries, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, a blocked kick and one reception for a 13-yard touchdown…Earned secondteam All-MEAC honors as a junior after posting 25 tackles, 5.5 tackles for losses and four sacks. ◊ Earned First-Team All-Area honors as a junior defensive end at Pepperell High School when he recorded 98 tackles, 12 tackles for losses, three sacks and seven pass breakups.

◊ Also lettered in basketball and track in high school. ◊ Was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated from Pepperell with a 3.96 GPA. ◊ While with the Cowboys, Dixon was took part in annual team holiday hospital visits, the Salvation Army Christmas Tree Program, the Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon and Cowboys Family Cookbook benefiting Happy

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◊ Registered 90 career sacks, third most among active players, and his 601 yards lost ranks second among active players. ◊ Started 156-of-174 games and recorded 555 tackles (412 solo), two interceptions, 15 passes defensed, 14 forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. ◊ Earned four trips to the Pro Bowl (19992002).

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top rated rushing attack to its lowest total all season (104 yards). (11/12 at TEN)…Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after blocking a Tennessee game-winning field goal attempt, marking the fourth blocked field goal of his career. (11/5 vs. CIN)…Sacked Carson Palmer for a loss of nine yards. (10/29 at NO)…Dropped Drew Brees for an 11-yard loss. (9/24 at CLV)…Sacked Charlie Frye 1.5 sacks to help the Ravens’ defense hold the Browns to just 38 yards rushing. (9/17 vs. OAK)…Registered a sack of Andrew Walter. 2005 (DEN) Contributed to the league’s second-best rush defense with 41 tackles (35 solo) and a share of the team lead with four sacks. POSTSEASON: Started both of the Broncos playoff games (1/14 vs. NE and 1/22 vs PIT). SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/31 at SD)…Registered a 5-yard sack of Drew Brees. (11/24 at DAL)…Posted four tackles (three solo) and a sack of Drew Bledsoe. (11/20 vs. NYJ)…Started on a defensive line that limited the Jets to 13 offensive plays in the first half, including just two in the second quarter and contributed to the Broncos’ first shutout since 11/9/97. (11/13 at OAK)…Had six solo tackles, including a strip sack of Kerry Collins. (10/30 vs. PHI)…Dropped Donovan McNabb for a three-yard sack. (10/9 vs. WAS)… Blocked a 38-yard field goal attempt for the third blocked field goal of his career. 2004 (DEN) After starting the season opener, missed 14 consecutive games while recovering from surgery to relieve a herniated disk in his lower back…Posted two solo tackles and a pass defensed in the two games he played. 2003 (DEN) Started all 16 games and recorded 51 tackles (41 solo) with 8.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery… Voted defensive captain by his teammates. POSTSEASON: (1/4 at IND)…Started and tallied two solo tackles in the AFC Wildcard Game. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/21 at IND)…Recorded 1.5 sacks of Peyton Manning…Recovered a fumble on special teams when Jashon Sykes blocked a Hunter Smith punt. (11/23 vs. CHI)…Posted his second multi-sack game of the season when he strip-sacked Chris Chandler and then took down backup quarterback Kordell Stewart. (11/16 vs. SD)…Recorded two solo tackles and recovered a fumble. (10/19 at MIN)… Brought down Daunte Culpepper for a loss of seven yards. (10/12 vs. PIT)…Registered

two sacks of Tommy Maddox, moving into sixth place on the Broncos’ all-time sacks list. (9/28 vs. DET)…Posted five solo tackles, including a sack of Joey Harrington. (9/7 at CIN)…Registered a sack of Jon Kitna, three solo tackles and a forced fumble in the first game of the season. 2002 (DEN) Earned his fourth-consecutive trip to the Pro Bowl as a starter after netting 61 tackles (51 solo), a team-high nine sacks, one pass defensed, on forced fumble and one fumble recovery…Started all 16 games. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/29 vs ARZ)… Registered half-a-sack of Josh McCown. (12/1 at SD)…Blocked a Steve Christie field goal in overtime…Marked the second blocked field goal of his career. (11/17 at SEA)…Recorded his seventh career multi-sack game when he brought down Matt Hasselback 1.5 times. (10/27 at NE)…Sacked Tom Brady for a loss of seven yards. (10/20 at KC)… Posted his sixth career multi-sack game, dropping Trent Green twice. (10/13 vs. MIA)…Recorded a season-high seven tackles (six solo), including a sack of Jay Fiedler…Forced a fumble on the sack and recovered it to set up a field goal. (9/22 vs. BUF)…Sacked Drew Bledsoe for a nine-yard loss. (9/15 at SF)…Dropped Jeff Garcia for an eight-yard sack to move him to seventh on the Broncos’ all-time sacks list. (9/8 vs. SL)…Posted his first sack of the season to move into eighth on the Broncos’ all-time sacks list. 2001 (DEN) Voted to his third-consecutive Pro Bowl as a starter and earned second-team All-NFL honors from the Associated Press and College & Pro Football Newsweekly and AllAFC honors from Football News…Started all 16 games and posted 55 tackles (42 solo), tied for the team lead in sacks with 7, three passes defensed and two forced fumbles. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/16 at KC)…Recorded his seventh sack of the season when he dropped Trent Green for a loss of three years. (12/9 vs. SEA)…Sacked Matt Hasselback for a loss of eight yards. (11/22 at DAL)…Posted four tackles, including one for a loss, and forced a fumble. (11/11 vs. SD)…Took down Doug Flutie for an 18-yard loss. (11/5 at OAK)… Made four tackles and forced a fumble that led to a Denver field goal. (10/7 vs. KC)…Sacked Trent Green to raise his career-total to 38.5, moving him to ninth on the Broncos’ all-time list. (9/23 at ARZ)…Sacked Jake Plummer for

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a three-yard loss. (9/10 vs. NYG)…Registered his first sack of the season when he dropped Kerry Collins for a loss of eight yards. 2000 (DEN) Voted as a Pro Bowl starter for the second consecutive season, while earning second-team All-Pro honors from College & Pro Football Newsweekly and All-AFC nods from Pro Football Weekly and Football News… Started at 16 games with 44 tackles (36 solo), a team-leading 12 sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery for a touchdown. POSTSEASON: (12/31 at BLT)…Posted a career postseason-high seven solo tackles. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/23 vs. SF)… Strip sacked Jeff Garcia for a loss of nine yards. (12/3 at NO)…Recorded his fifth multi-sack game when he took down Aaron Brooks twice. (11/19 vs. SD)…Registered a sack of Ryan Leaf for a five-yard loss. (11/13 vs. OAK)… Dropped Rich Gannon for a four-yard loss. (10/15 vs. CLE)…Sacked Tim Couch. (10/8 at SD)…Tied his career high with three sacks of Jim Harbaugh. (10/1 vs. NE)…Recorded 1.5 sacks of Drew Bledsoe. (9/17 at OAK)… Scored his first touchdown when he recovered a fumble and returned it 28 yards. (9/10 vs. ATL)…Sacked Chris Chandler, forcing him to fumble the ball…Added half a sack of Chandler later in the game. 1999 (DEN) Earned his first Pro Bowl appearance as a starter and was named first-team All-NFL by the Associated Press, Sports Illustrated and College & Pro Football Newsweekly…Also garnered second-team AllNFL honors by Football Digest and All-AFC by Pro Football Weekly...Ranked eighth on the Broncos (tops on the D-line) with 50 tackles (36 solo), including a team-leading and careerhigh 13 sacks (-75 yards), as well as 1 INT, 3 FFs and 1 FR. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (1/2 vs. SD)…Sacked Moses Moreno for a 3-yard loss. (12/25 at DET)…Inactive with a knee injury. (12/19 vs. SEA)…Knocked the ball loose on his sack of Jon Kitna, recording his third forced fumble of the season. (12/13 at JAC)…Tied his single career game-high when he brought down Mark Brunnell three times, including one strip-sack. (11/22 vs OAK)… Strip-sacked Rich Gannon in overtime and recovered the ball to give Denver possession at Oakland’s 24-yard line…Olandis Gary scored on a 24-yard run on the next play to win the game. (11/7 at SD)…Recorded a sack of Jim Harbaugh. (10/31 vs. MIN)…Sacked Jeff

George for a loss of eight yards and a safety. (10/10 at OAK)…Registered sack for the third week in a row when he dropped Rich Gannon for a 9-yard loss. (10/3 vs. NYJ)…Brought down Rick Mirer for a 5-yard loss. (9/26 at TB)…Established a career-high when he sacked Trent Dilfer three times. 1998 (DEN) Started 15-of-16 games and tied for the team lead with 8.5 sacks. POSTSEASON: Saw action in all three postseason game, with two starts…(1/31 vs. ATL)…Started and recorded two tackles as Denver repeated as Super Bowl Champions. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: (12/27 at WAS)… Took down Jon Kitna for a 4-yard loss. (12/13 at NYG)…Combined with Maa Tanuvasa to sack Kent Graham. (11/22 vs. OAK)… Registered a sack of Donald Hollas. (11/16 at KC)….Sacked QB Rich Gannon for a 10yard loss on a 4th-and-9 play at the Broncos’ 10-yard line. (11/1 at CIN)…Tallied a then career-high eight (six solo) tackles. (10/25 vs. JAX)…Posted the first multiple-sack game of his career, dropping QB Mark Brunell for losses of 15 yards. (10/11 at SEA)…Sacked QB John Friesz for a seven-yard loss. (10/4 vs PHI)…Brought down Bobby Hoying for a 4-yard loss. (9/27 at WAS)…Recorded the first interception of his career when he picked off a Trent Green pass in Broncos territory to thwart a Redskins drive just before halftime. (9/20 at OAK) Recorded his first sack of the season when he brought down QB Jeff George for a loss of seven yards. (9/7 vs. NE)… Blocked the first field goal of his career when he penetrated the Patriots’ line to stop a 37yard field goal attempt by Adam Vinatieri… Also recovered the blocked field goal to set up a Denver touchdown drive. 1997 (DEN) Played in twelve games, including four postseason games, with three starts as a rookie…Finished the season with 28 tackles (20 solos) and two sacks. POSTSEASON: (12/27/97 vs. JAX)…Sacked QB Mark Brunnell for no loss and posted one solo tackle. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Was inactive for the first eight games of the season. (12/21 vs. SD)…Registered the first solo sack of his career when he took down QB Craig Whelihan for a loss of six yards. (11/30 at SD)…Made his first career start and recorded three solo tackles. ( 11/9 vs. CAR)…Split a sack of QB Kerry Collins for a loss of 3 yards and tallied three tackles. (11/2 vs. SEA)…Played in his

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◊ Played one season at Clemson University where he started all 11 games and earned first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors. ◊ Played linebacker at the University of Michigan from 1993-1994 where he started 8-of-20 games. ◊ Finished his collegiate career with 118 tackles (72 solo), including 11.5 sacks and 24 tackles for loss, as well as three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and two passes defensed.

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◊ Was a communications major in college. ◊ Was consensus All-American and the toprated defensive line prospect in the country by The Sporting News at Lake Howell High School. ◊ Formed a record label, which he has since sold, called Outlook Music Co in 1998. ◊ Is an accomplished DJ who released The Turntable Club, an album that features him play ing guitar, keyboard, drums and bass. ◊ Has written and sold two movie screenplays and two TV scripts, including on cartoon called Brother Goose. ◊ Has two daughters, Khary and Kamryn, and a son , Trevor III.

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8 - Brunell, Mark – 6-1 – 215 – Washington – Santa Maria, CA – 18th Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Did not play. (12/6 at NE)…Did not play. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Did not play. (11/21 vs. HST)…Did not play. (11/15 at CLV)…Did not play. (11/7 at DET)…Did not play. (10/31 vs. GB)…Did not play. (10/17 at DEN)…Named game captain…Did not play. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Did not play. (10/3 at BUF)…Made his Jets debut at quarterback in the fourth quarter…Competed his only pass for seven yards and a passer rating of 95.8. (9/26 at MIA)…Did not play. (9/19 vs. NE)…Did not play. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Did not play. 11 - Clemens, Kellen – 6-2 – 220 – Oregon – Burns, OR – 5th Year – D2-06 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Inactive 3rd quarterback. (12/6 at NE)…Inactive 3rd quarterback. (11/25 vs. CIN)… Inactive 3rd quarterback. (11/21 vs. HST)…Inactive third quarterback. (11/15 at CLV)…Inactive third quarterback. (11/7 at DET)…Inactive 3rd quarterback. (10/31 vs. GB)…Inactive 3rd quarterback. (10/17 at DEN)…Inactive third quarterback. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Inactive third quarterback. (10/3 at BUF)…Named game captain…Inactive third quarterback. (9/26 at MIA)…Inactive third quarterback. (9/19 vs. NE)…Inactive third quarterback. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Inactive third quarterback. 6 - Sanchez, Mark –6-2 – 225 – Southern California – Mission Viejo, CA – 2nd Year – D1-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at quarterback…Completed 17-of-44 passes for 216 yards, no touchdowns and one interception for a passer rating of 45.3…Rushed for 20 yards on two carries. (12/6 at NE)…Started at quarterback…Completed 17-of-33 passes for 164 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions for a passer rating of 27.8… Rushed for 20 yards on four carries. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at quarterback…Completed 16-of-28 passes for 166 yards, one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 71.4…Connected with Santonio Holmes on a 13-yard touchdown pass following a special teams fumble recovery by James Ihedigbo…Has now thrown touchdown passes in four consecutive games, matching the longest streak of his career, initially set his rookie season from 10/25/09 to 11/22/09. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started at quarterback…Completed 22-of-38 passes for 315 yards, three touchdowns and one interception for a 100.2 passer rating…Connected with Braylon Edwards for his first touchdown of the day on a four-yard pass in the second quarter, capping off a 10-play, 78-yard scoring drive…Hit Santonio Holmes for a 41-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to give the Jets a 20-7 lead…Led the Jets on a five-play, 72-yard scoring drive with 49 seconds remaining in the game… Threw the game-winning touchdown pass to Santonio Holmes, a six-yard reception, with 10 seconds left in the game… Also rushed for 22 yards on two carries. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at quarterback…Completed 27-of-44 passes for 299 yards, two touchdowns and one interception for a passer rating of 87.2…Connected with Santonio Holmes for a 37-yard touchdown reception with 16 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Jets their second consecutive overtime win…Rushed for his second touchdown of the season in the second quarter, capping off an 11-play, 80-yard scoring drive…Hit Jerricho Cotchery at the beginning of the second quarter for a 25-yard touchdown pass to finish off a nine-play, 76-yard scoring drive. (11/7 at DET)…Started at quarterback…Recorded the first 300-yard passing game of his career when he completed 22-of-39 passes for 336 yards, one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 81.5…Connected with Braylon Edwards for the pair’s fifth touchdown of the season on a 74-yard pass…Marked the longest regular-season pass of his career…Staged the second fourth quarter comeback of the season, scoring 10 points in the final three minutes of regulation to tie the game at 20…Ran for his first touchdown of the season, scoring on a one-yard rush to cap off a six-play, 56-yard scoring drive with three minutes left in the game…Drove the ball 60 yards to the Lions 18-yard line in the final 1:40 of the game, resulting in a Nick Folk 36-yard field goal to tie the game…Connected with Santonio Holmes for a 52-yard reception in overtime to set up the game-winning field goal…Completed 10-of-12 passes for 144 yards and a passer rating of 116.7 on the last three scoring drives. (10/31 vs. GB)…Named game captain…Started at quarterback…Completed 16-of-38 passes for 256 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions for a passer rating of 43.3…Tied his season-high with 256 yards passing…Completed three passes of at least 30 yards, tying a career-high set in his first game at HST on 9/13/09, connecting on passes of 49 yards to Jerricho Cotchery, 40 yards to Dustin Keller and 32 yards to Braylon Edwards. (10/17 at DEN)… Started at quarterback…Completed 17-of-30 passes for 198 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions for a passer rating of 60.1…The interceptions ended his streak of 184 pass attempts without an interception, the second longest in Jets history…Recorded the first game-winning drive of his career when he led the Jets on a 10-play, 80-yard touchdown drive. The drive put the Jets ahead 24-20 with 1:43 remaining…Connected with Braylon Edwards on his only touchdown pass of the game, a 32-yarder in the second quarter. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started at quarterback…Completed 21-of-44 passes for 191 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 59.9…Established a career-high for passing attempts with 44. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at quarterback…Completed 14-of-24 passes for 161 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 106.4…Connected with Braylon Edwards for a 41-yard touchdown pass with 2:32 remaining in the first half to increase the Jets lead to 17-0…Hit Dustin Keller for a two-yard touchdown, completing a three-play, 23-yard scoring drive after Jason Taylor recovered a Bryan Thomas forced fumble at the Buffalo 23-yard line…Led the team down the NEWYORKJETS.COM 59

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field on an 18-play, 87-yard scoring drive that ended with a Nick Folk 19-yard field goal…Marked the longest scoring drive of the game and the second longest of the season for the Jets. (9/26 at MIA)…Started at quarterback…Completed 25-of-28 passes for 256 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 120.5 passer rating…Marked the first time in his career that he threw three touchdown passes in consecutive weeks…Led the Jets on an opening drive touchdown for the first time this season when he competed four-of-five passes for 58 yards, culminating in a 24-yard touchdown pass to Dustin Keller… Connected with Keller again in the end zone on a 12-yard touchdown pass…The pass capped off a seven-play, 90-yard drive…Hit Braylon Edwards for a 67-yard touchdown pass on the Jets’ first play of the third quarter…The 67-yard pass is the longest regular season completion of his career…Led the team down the field 80 yards on 12 plays, resulting in a oneyard touchdown carry by LaDainian Tomlinson. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started at quarterback…Completed 21-of-30 passes (70%) for 220 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 124. 3 passer rating…Set a career high with three touchdown passes, 21 completions and earned his highest regular season passer rating with 124.3…Marked the ninth game of his career without an interception…Was 11-for-11 passing on the Jets’ three touchdown drives…Hit Braylon Edwards for a 10yard touchdown pass in the second quarter, completing a 12-play, 77-yard scoring drive…Threw a two-yard touchdown pass to Jerricho Cotchery in the third quarter…The six-play, 70 yard drive was capped off with a two-point conversion reception by Edwards…Connected with TE Dustin Keller for a one-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter after marching 63-yards down the field on eight plays…Added two rushing yards on four attempts. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at quarterback…Completed 10-of-21 (47.6%) passes for 74 yards and recorded a passer rating of 56.4…Rushed two times for six yards (3.0 avg). SANCHEZ’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS Passing Date Opp W/L GP GS Att Cmp 9/13 BLT L 1 1 21 10 9/19 NE W 1 1 30 21 9/26 at MIA W 1 1 28 15 10/3 at BUF W 1 1 24 14 10/11 MIN W 1 1 44 21 10/17 at DEN W 1 1 30 17 10/31 GB L 1 1 38 16 11/7 at DET W 1 1 39 22 11/14 at CLV W 1 1 44 27 11/21 HST W 1 1 38 22 11/25 CIN W 1 1 28 16 12/6 at NE L 1 1 33 17 12/12 MIA L 1 1 44 17 2010 Totals 13 13 441 235 CAREER 28 28 805 431 Rushing Rush Yds 2 5 4 2 1 -1 1 0 1 -1 2 22 3 1 2 4 2 22 3 -4 4 20 2 20 27 90 63 196

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to pass for 336 yards, the first 300-yard passing game of his career. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started his 71st-consecutive game at left tackle…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 119 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Started in his 70th-consecutive game at left tackle…Part of an offensive line that allowed 129 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 198 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)...Started in his 69th-consecutive game at left tackle…Part of an offensive line that allowed 155 rushing yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Started in his 68thconsecutive game at left tackle…Paved the way for an offense that produced 273 rushing yards and maintained possession for 40:29…Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second-consecutive week. (9/26 at MIA)…Started in his 67th-consecutive game at left tackle… Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards and did not allow a sack of Sanchez for the first time this season. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started in his 66th-consecutive game at left tackle… Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed Mark Sanchez to throw for 220 yards and maintained possession for 20:02 in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Named game captain…Started in his 65th-consecutive game at left tackle. 78 - Hunter, Wayne – 6-5 – 318 – Hawaii – Honolulu, HI – 7th Year – FA-07 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw extended action at right tackle when Damien Woody left the game with a knee injury. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense and special teams...Saw extended action at right tackle when Damien Woody left the game with a knee injury...Helped pave the way for team’s 12th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game, the longest active streak in the NFL, allowing the Jets to run for 103 yards. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on offense, special teams and defense. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/17 at DEN)…Started in his first game of the season at tight end. (10/11 vs. MIN)….Named game captain…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive. (9/26 at MIA)…Inactive with a shin injury. (9/19 vs. NE)… Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Was also utilized in certain defensive packages as a defensive lineman. 74 - Mangold, Nick – 6-4 – 307 – Ohio State – Centerville, OH – 5th Year – D1b-06 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started in his 77th-consecutive game at center. (12/6 at NE)…Started in his 76thconsecutive game at center…Contributed to an offensive effort that recorded 152 rushing yards, marking the teams 14thconsecutive 100-yard rushing game. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started in his 75th-consecutive game at center…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 170 rushing yards, the second-most this season…Marked the 13th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game for the Jets, the longest active streak in the NFL. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started his 74th-consecutive game at center…Paved the way for the team’s 12th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game, the longest active streak in the NFL, allowing the Jets to run for 103 yards. (11/15 at CLV)…Named game captain…Started his 73rd-consecutive game at center… Contributed to an offensive effort that registered 456 yards of total offense, the highest output this season, and 172 rushing yards, the second most rushing yards this season...Marked the team’s 11th-consecutive 100-yard game, the longest current streak in the NFL. (11/7 at DET)…Started in his 72nd-consecutive game at center… Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 336 yards, the first 300-yard passing game of his career. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started in his 71stconsecutive game at center… Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 119 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Started in his 70th-consecutive game at center…Part of an offensive line that allowed 129 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 198 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started in his 69th-consecutive game at center… Part of an offensive line that allowed 155 rushing yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Started in his 68th-consecutive game at center…Paved the way for an offense that produced 273 rushing yards and maintained possession for 40:29…Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second-consecutive week. (9/26 at MIA)… Started in his 67th-consecutive game at center… Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards and did not allow a sack of Sanchez for the first time this season. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started in his 66th-consecutive game at center… Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed Mark Sanchez to throw for 220 yards and maintained possession for 20:02 in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started in his 65th-consecutive game at center. 65 - Moore, Brandon – 6-3 – 305 – Illinois – Gary, IN – 8th Year – FA-03 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started in his 102nd-consecutive game at right guard. (12/6 at NE)…Started in his 101st-consecutive game at right guard…Contributed to an offensive effort that recorded 152 rushing yards, marking the teams 14th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started in his 100th-consecutive game at right guard…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 170 rushing yards, the second-most this season…Marked the 13thconsecutive 100-yard rushing game for the Jets, the longest active streak in the NFL. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started his 99thconsecutive game at right guard…Paved the way for the team’s 12th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game, the longest active streak in the NFL, allowing the Jets to run for 103 yards. (11/15 at CLV)…Started his 98th-consecutive game at right guard. NEWYORKJETS.COM 61

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Contributed to an offensive effort that registered 456 yards of total offense, the highest output this season, and 172 rushing yards, the second most rushing yards this season...Marked the team’s 11th-consecutive 100-yard game, the longest current streak in the NFL (11/7 at DET)…Started in his 97th-consecutive game at right guard… Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 336 yards, the first 300-yard passing game of his career. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started in his 96th-consecutive game at right guard… Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 119 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Started in his 95th-consecutive game at right guard…Part of an offensive line that allowed 129 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 198 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)...Started in his 94thconsecutive game at right guard… Part of an offensive line that allowed 155 rushing yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Started in his 93rd-consecutive game at right guard… Paved the way for an offense that produced 273 rushing yards and maintained possession for 40:29…Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second-consecutive week. (9/26 at MIA)…Started in his 92nd-consecutive game at right guard… Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards and did not allow a sack of Sanchez for the first time this season. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started in his 91stconsecutive game at right guard… Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed Mark Sanchez to throw for 220 yards and maintained possession for 20:02 in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started in his 90th-consecutive game at right guard. 68 - Slauson, Matt – 6-5 – 315 – Nebraska – Colorado – Springs, CO – 2nd Year – D6-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at left guard. (12/6 at NE)…Started at left guard…Contributed to an offensive effort that recorded 152 rushing yards, marking the teams 14th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game. (11/25 vs. CIN)… Started at left guard…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 170 rushing yards, the second-most this season… Marked the 13th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game for the Jets, the longest active streak in the NFL. (11/21 vs. HST)… Started at left guard…Paved the way for the team’s 12th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game, the longest active streak in the NFL, allowing the Jets to run for 103 yards. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at left guard…Contributed to an offensive effort that registered 456 yards of total offense, the highest output this season, and 172 rushing yards, the second most rushing yards this season...Marked the team’s 11th-consecutive 100-yard game, the longest current streak in the NFL (11/7 at DET)… Started at left guard…Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 336 yards, the first 300-yard passing game of his career. (10/31 vs. GB)...Started at left guard...Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 119 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Named game captain…Started at left guard...Part of an offensive line that allowed 129 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 198 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)...Started at left guard… Part of an offensive line that allowed 155 rushing yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at left guard… Paved the way for an offense that produced 273 rushing yards and maintained possession for 40:29…Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second-consecutive week. (9/26 at MIA)…Started at left guard… Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards and did not allow a sack of Sanchez for the first time this season. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started at left guard…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed Mark Sanchez to throw for 220 yards and maintained possession for 20:02 in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his first career start at left guard. 75 - Turner, Robert – 6-4 – 308 – New Mexico – Austin, TX – 3rd Year – FA-07 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Named game captain…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on offense, special teams and defense…Saw extended playing time at left guard when Matt Slauson left the game in the fourth quarter with an injury. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/17 at DEN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/11 vs. MIN)...Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/26 at MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/19 vs. NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Played one series at center. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Saw action on offense and special teams. 67 - Woody, Damien – 6-3 – 327 – Boston College – Beaverdam, VA – 12th Year – UFA-08 (DET) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at right tackle, but left game due to a knee injury. (12/6 at NE)…Started at right tackle…Contributed to an offensive effort that recorded 152 rushing yards, marking the teams 14th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at right tackle…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 170 rushing yards, the second-most this season…Marked the 13th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game for the Jets, the longest active streak in the NFL. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started at right tackle…Paved the way for the team’s 12th-consecutive 100-yard rushing game, the longest active streak in the NFL, allowing the Jets to run for 103 yards. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at right tackle... 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for 336 yards, the first 300-yard passing game of his career. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started at right tackle… Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed 119 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Started at right tackle…Part of an offensive line that allowed 129 rushing yards and allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 198 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)...Started at right tackle…. Part of an offensive line that allowed 155 rushing yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at right tackle… Paved the way for an offense that produced 273 rushing yardsand maintained possession for 40:29…Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second-consecutive week. (9/26 at MIA)… Started at right tackle…Part of an offensive line that allowed Mark Sanchez to pass for 256 yards and did not allow a sack of Sanchez for the first time this season. (9/19 vs. NE)…Named game captain…Started at right tackle…Contributed to an offensive effort that allowed Mark Sanchez to throw for 220 yards and maintained possession for 20:02 in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at right tackle.

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86 - Cumberland, Jeff – 6-4 – 260 – Illinois – Columbus, OH – Rookie - FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Inactive. (12/6 at NE)…Inactive. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Inactive. (11/21 vs. HST)…Inactive. (11/15 at CLV)…Inactive. (11/7 at DET)…Inactive. (10/31 vs. GB)…Inactive. (10/17 vs. DEN)...Inactive. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Inactive. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive. (9/26 at MIA)…Inactive. (9/19 vs. NE)…Inactive. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Inactive. 84 - Hartsock, Ben – 6-4 – 268 – Ohio State – Chillicothe, OH – 7th Year – FA-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)...Saw action on offense and special teams. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/15 at CLV)…Named game captain…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/17 at DEN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at tight end...Caught his first reception of the season for seven yards. (9/26 at MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started at tight end. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Saw action on offense and special teams. 81 - Keller, Dustin – 6-2 – 250 – Purdue – Lafayette, IN – 3rd Year – D1b-08 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at tight end…Recorded three receptions for 34 yards. (12/6 at NE)…Started at tight end…Tallied three receptions for 27 yards. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at tight end...Recorded four receptions for 49 yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started at tight end…Tallied two receptions for seven yards. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at tight end…Registered three receptions for 25 yards. (11/7 at DET)…Started at tight end...Caught four passes for 59 yards. (10/31 vs. GB)…Named game captain…Started at tight end…Recorded two receptions for 45 yards, including a 40-yard catch in the fourth quarter. (10/17 at DEN)…Started at tight end…Registered three receptions for 75 yards, including a game-long 41 yard catch. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started at tight end…Finished the game with two receptions for 14 yards. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at tight end…Caught four passes for 28 yards and two touchdowns…Caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Brad Smith, who took a direct snap out of the Seminole formation…Caught a two-yard pass from Mark Sanchez for his second touchdown reception of the game. (9/26 at MIA)…Started at tight end…Finished the game with six receptions for 98 yards and two touchdowns…His first touchdown came on the opening drive of the game when he capped off a 10play, 72-yard drive with a 24-yard touchdown reception…Caught a 12-yard touchdown pass early in the second quarter to finish a seven-play, 90-yard scoring driving to give the Jets a 14-0 lead…Also provided a key block for LaDainian Tomlinson on the scoring drive, allowing Tomlinson to rush for a game-long 21-yard carry into the Jets red zone. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started at tight end…Caught seven passes for a career-high 115 yards…Marked Keller’s second game with 100+ yards (107 yards vs. SL, 11/9/09)…Recorded a touchdown reception in the fourth quarter when he caught a one-yard pass from Mark Sanchez for the sixth touchdown of his career. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at tight end...Totaled two receptions for 13 yards. KELLERS’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS Date Opp W/L GP GS Rec 9/13 BLT L 1 1 2 9/19 NE W 1 1 7 9/26 at MIA W 1 1 6 10/3 at BUF W 1 1 4 10/11 MIN W 1 1 2 10/17 at DEN W 1 1 3 10/31 GB L 1 1 2 NEWYORKJETS.COM Yds 13 115 98 28 14 75 45 Avg 6.5 16.4 16.3 7.0 7.0 25.0 22.5 Lg 9 39 31 15 8 41 40 TD 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 63

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11/7 at DET 11/14 at CLV 11/21 HST 11/25 CIN 12/6 at NE 12/12 MIA 2010 TOTALS CAREER W W W W L L 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 45 1 1 1 1 1 1 13 31 4 59 3 25 2 7 4 49 3 27 3 34 45 589 138 1646 14.8 8.3 3.5 12.3 9.0 11.3 13.1 11.9 25 16 4 21 15 18 41 54 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10

82- Mulligan, Matthew – 6-4 – 265 – Maine – West Enfield, ME – 2nd Year – W-09 (TEN) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Inactive (12/6 at NE)…Inactive. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (11/15 at CLV)…Inactive. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/17 at DEN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/26 at MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/19 vs. NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at tight end. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at tight end.

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38 - Conner, John – 5-11 – 245 – Kentucky – West Chester, OH – Rookie – D5-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams...Returned one kickoff for 18 yards. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Recorded one special teams tackle. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Posted one special teams tackle. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on offense and special teams...Posted one special teams tackle. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Returned the first kickoff of his career for 10 yards in the third quarter...Recovered a Kyle Wilson fumble on a punt return in the first quarter. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/17 at DEN)… Saw action on offense and special teams. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Registered one reception for seven yards and one special teams tackle. (10/3 at BUF)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Recorded his first NFL reception for a gain of two yards and one special teams tackle...Helped block for an offense that produced two 100-yard rushers for the first time this season. (9/26 at MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams...Recorded one special teams tackle (9/19 vs. NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams...Recorded two special teams tackles. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his NFL debut on offense and special teams. 23 - Greene, Shonn – RB – 5-11 – 226 – Iowa – Sicklerville, NJ – 2nd Year – D3-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw action on offense…Rushed for 17 yards on eight carries…Recorded three receptions for 29 yards. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense…Led the team for the fourth-consecutive week with 64 rushing yards on 13 carries…Caught one pass for three yards. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense…Led the team for the thirdconsecutive week with 70 rushing yards on 18 carries...Added one reception for 11 yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense…Led the team with 42 rushing yards on 15 carries. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on offense…Led the team with 72 rushing yards on 20 carries…Caught three passes for 22 yards. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense…Rushed for 46 yards on 10 carries…Caught two passes for 9 yards. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense…Ran for 22 yards on 6 carries…Added one reception for 10 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Saw action on offense…Rushed for 43 yards on nine carries. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Saw action on offense…Scored his first touchdown of the season on a 23-yard run that increased the Jets lead to 22-13 with 4:30 remaining in the fourth quarter…Finished the game with 57 yards on 10 carries… Contributed to the team’s 155 yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Named game captain…Saw action on offense…Rushed for 117 yards on 22 carries…Including the postseason, this marked the fourth 100-yard rushing game of his career. (9/26 at MIA)… Saw action on offense…Rushed for 36 yards on 10 carries (3.6 avg). (9/19 vs. NE)…Started at running back…Rushed for 52 yards on 15 carries (3.5 avg)…Added one reception for eight yards. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his first career start at running back…Caught his first NFL reception in the first quarter for nine yards…Rushed for 18 yards on five carries (3.6 avg). GREENE’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS Rushing Date Opp W/L GP GS Rush Yds 9/13 BLT L 1 1 5 18 9/19 NE W 1 1 15 52 64 Receiving Rec Yds Avg 1 9 9.0 1 8 8.0

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25 - McKnight, Joe – 5-11 – 205 – Southern California – River Ridge, LA – Rookie – D4-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Recorded the first reception of his NFL career when he caught a five-yard pass from Mark Sanchez in the third quarter...Had one special teams tackle. (12/6 at NE)… Saw action on offense and special teams…Rushed for 19 yards on three carries…Returned one punt for 18 yards...Recorded one special teams tackle. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on special teams…Posted two special teams tackles. (11/21 vs. HST)…Named game captain…Saw action on special teams…Totaled three special teams tackles. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on special teams. (11/7 at DET)…Inactive. (10/31 vs. GB)…Inactive. (10/17 at DEN)…Inactive. (10/11 vs. MIN)… Inactive. (10/3 at BUF)…Saw action in his first career NFL game…Rushed for 12 yards on four carries and recorded one special teams tackle. (9/26 at MIA)…Inactive. (9/19 vs. NE)…Inactive. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Inactive. 49 - Richardson, Tony – 6-1 – 240 – Auburn – Daleville, AL – 16th Year – UFA-08 (MIN) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw action on offense. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started at fullback…Recorded his first rushing attempt of the season when he ran for two yards in the second quarter. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at fullback…Tallied two receptions for 14 yards. (11/7 at DET)… Started at fullback. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started at fullback. (10/17 at DEN)…Started at fullback. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started at fullback. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at fullback...Helped block for an offense that produced two 100-yard rushers for the first time this season. (9/26 at MIA)…Started in his first game of the season at fullback. (9/19 vs. NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Saw action on offense…Caught two passes for nine yards. 21 - Tomlinson, LaDainian – 5-10 – 215 – Texas Christian – Rosebud, TX – 10th Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at running back…Led the team with 49 rushing yards on 19 carries…Caught two passes for five yards. (12/6 at NE)…Started at running back…Rushed for 47 yards on 10 carries and caught two passes for 14 yards…Pushed his career rushing total to 13,278 yards, moving him into sixth all-time on the all-time rushing yards list, passing Eric Dickerson. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at running back…Rushed for 49 yards on 13 carries and caught two passes for 14 yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Named game captain…Started at running back…Totaled 107 yards of offense after rushing for 36 yards on 12 carries and catching seven receptions for 71 yards….With his eighth carry of the game, he moved past Edgerrin James (3,028) and Marcus Allen (3,022) for sixth place on the all-time rushing attempts list…His 107 yards from scrimmage surpasses Curtis Martin for seventh place on the all-time yards from scrimmage list. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at running back…Rushed for 57 yards on 18 carries…Led the team with six receptions for 53 yards. (11/7 at DET)…Started at running back…Led the team for the eighth consecutive week with 55 yards on 15 carries…Also led the team with six receptions for 47 yards. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started at running back…Led the team for the seventh-consecutive week with 54 yards on 16 carries…Surpassed 13,000 career rushing yards when he ran for eight yards with 10:29 remaining in the second quarter…Joined Walter Payton as the only two players in NFL history to record more than 13,000 yards rushing and 4,00 yards receiving in their career…Caught five receptions for 37 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Started at running back…Led the team for the sixth-consecutive week with 55 yards on 16 carries and two touchdowns…Scored on a 20-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 17 with 8:43 remaining in the fourth quarter…Scored the game-deciding touchdown on a two-yard carry with 1:13 remaining in the fourth quarter…His 38 career games with at least two rushing touchdowns are the most in NFL history…Added two receptions for 12 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Named game captain…Started at running back…Led the team for the fifth-consecutive week with 94 yards on 20 carries…Contributed to the team’s 155 yards as the Jets became the first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at running back…Led the team for the fourth-consecutive week with 133 rushing yards on 19 carries, with two touchdowns...Marked his first 100-yard rushing game as a Jet…Now has 12,831 career rushing yards, surpassing Tony Dorsett for seventh on the NFL all-time rushing list…Capped off a 63-yard, nine-play scoring NEWYORKJETS.COM 65

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drive with a one-yard touchdown run on the opening drive of the game…Scored his second touchdown of the game on a 26yard carry in the third quarter…Now has a 156 career touchdowns, ranking him third all-time in NFL history…Added three receptions for 22 yards...Marked the 25th time in his career that he has rushed for 100-or-more yards and scored at least two touchdowns...The feat ties him with Hall of Fame RB Jim Brown for the most in NFL history. (9/26 at MIA)…Started in his first game as a Jet at running back…Led the team for the third-consecutive week with 70 yards on 15 rushes (4.7 avg) with a long of 21 yards…Recorded his first touchdown as a Jet on a 1-yard carry to cap off a 12-play, 80-yard touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter…Marked the Jets first rushing touchdown of the season…Added three receptions for 18 yards. (9/19 vs. NE)…Saw action on offense…Led the team for the second consecutive week with 76 rushing yards on 11 carries (6.9 avg) with a long of 31 yards…Recorded four receptions for 26 yards. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his Jets debut on offense… Rushed for 62 yards on 11 carries (5.6 avg) and caught two receptions for 16 yards. TOMLINSON’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS Rushing Receiving Date Opp W/L GP GS Rush Yds Avg Lg TD Rec Yds Avg Lg TD 9/13 BLT L 1 0 11 62 5.6 21 0 2 16 8.0 9 0 9/19 NE W 1 0 11 76 6.9 31 0 4 26 6.5 9 0 9/26 at MIA W 1 1 15 70 4.7 21 1 3 18 6.0 9 0 10/3 at BUF W 1 1 19 133 7.0 26t 2 3 22 7.3 10 0 10/11 MIN W 1 1 20 94 4.7 17 0 5 13 2.6 10 0 10/17 at DEN W 1 1 16 55 3.4 20 2 2 12 6.0 8 0 10/31 GB L 1 1 16 54 3.4 8 0 5 37 7.4 12 0 11/7 at DET W 1 1 15 55 3.7 10 0 6 47 7.8 14 0 11/14 at CLV W 1 1 18 57 3.2 10 0 6 53 8.8 9 0 11/21 HST W 1 1 12 36 3.0 8 0 7 71 10.1 21 0 11/25 CIN W 1 1 13 49 3.8 9 0 2 14 7.0 9 0 12/6 at NE L 1 1 10 47 4.7 14 0 2 14 7.0 8 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 19 49 2.6 8 0 2 5 2.5 6 0 2010 Totals 13 11 195 837 4.3 31 5 49 348 7.1 21 0 CAREER 154 152 3075 13327 4.3 85t 143 579 4303 7.4 74t 15

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89 - Cotchery, Jerricho – 6-0 – 203 – North Carolina State – Birmingham, AL – 7th Year – D4a-04 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Named game captain…Saw action on offense…Led the team with five receptions for 69 yards. (12/6 at NE)…Started at wide receiver…Caught two passes for nine yards. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Inactive due to injury. (11/21 vs. HST)…Inactive due to injury. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on offense…Caught three passes for 43 yards…Connected with Mark Sanchez for 25-yard touchdown reception at the beginning of the second quarter for his second touchdown of the season. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense…Tallied two receptions for 29 yards. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense…Caught four passes for 89 yards, including a season-long 49-yard reception in the third quarter. (10/17 at DEN)…Saw action on offense…Finished the game with four receptions for 18 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started at wide receiver…Tied for the team lead with five receptions for 46 yards. (10/3 at BUF)…Saw action on offense…Caught three receptions for 26 yards. (9/26 at MIA)…Started at wide receiver…Recorded two receptions for 20 yards. (9/19 vs. NE)… Named game captain…Started at wide receiver…Recorded 26 yards on four catches, including a two-yard touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez in the third quarter to take a 21-14 lead…Rushed for six yards on two carries. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at wide receiver…Recorded two receptions for 18 yards. COTCHERY’S GAME-BY-GAME STATS Receiving Date Opp W/L GP GS Rec Yds 9/13 BLT L 1 1 2 18 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 26 9/26 at MIA W 1 1 2 20 10/3 at BUF W 1 0 3 26 10/11 MIN W 1 1 5 46 10/17 at DEN W 1 0 4 18 10/31 GB L 1 0 4 89 66 Rushing Lg TD Rush Yds Avg 13 0 11 1 2 6 3.0 12 0 14 0 14 0 8 0 49 0 1 -8 -8.0

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17 - Edwards, Braylon – 6-3 – 214 – Michigan – Detroit, MI – 6th Year – T-09 (CLV) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at wide receiver…Caught one pass for 17 yards. (12/6 at NE)…Started at wide receiver…Recorded two receptions for 39 yards. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at wide receiver…Caught two passes for 20 yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started at wide receiver…Finished the game with four receptions for 86 yards…Connected with Mark Sanchez on a four-yard touchdown pass to give the Jets a 10-7 lead in the second quarter…Now leads the team with six touchdown catches…Caught a game-long 42-yard pass with 24 seconds remaining in the game to give the Jets the ball on the HST 6-yard line to set up the game-winning touchdown on the next play…Played on defense on the last play of the game, breaking up a Matt Schaub pass. (11/15 at CLV)…Named game captain…Started at wide receiver…Registered four catches for 59 yards. (11/7 at DET)…Named game captain…Started at wide receiver…Caught three passes for 78 yards… Connected with Mark Sanchez on a 74-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter...Marked his fourth touchdown of the season of 30-or-more yards. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started at wide receiver…Registerd one reception for 32 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Started at wide receiver…Caught four passes for 46 yards….Connected with Mark Sanchez on a 32-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to give the Jets a 7-0 lead…Marked his fourth touchdown of the season. (10/11 vs. MIN)… Started at wide receiver…Tied for the team lead with five receptions for 70 yards. (10/3 at BUF)…Started at wide receiver… Recorded four receptions for 86 yards and one touchdown…Connected with Mark Sanchez for a 41-yard touchdown pass with 2:32 remaining in the first half to increase the Jets lead to 17-0. (9/26 at MIA)…Saw action on offense…Tallied 87 yards on two receptions, including a 67-yard touchdown from Mark Sanchez…The 67-yard touchdown pass ranks as the longest regular-season completion between Edwards and Sanchez…Provided a key block for LaDainian Tomlinson in the second quarter, allowing him to rush for a game long 21-yard carry into the Jets red zone, setting up a Dustin Keller touchdown. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started at wide receiver…Totaled 45 yards on five receptions...Scored the first touchdown of the Jets season when he caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez in the second half…On the 12-play, 77-yard scoring drive, the Jets converted all three third downs on passes to Edwards…Added a two-point conversion reception following a Sanchez to Jerricho Cotchery touchdown pass in the third quarter. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started at wide receiver…Caught one pass for nine yards. EDWARDS’ GAME-BY-GAME STATS Receiving Date Opp W/L GP GS Rec Yds 9/13 BLT L 1 1 1 9 9/19 NE W 1 1 5 45 9/26 at MIA W 1 0 2 87 10/3 at BUF W 1 1 4 86 10/11 MIN W 1 1 5 70 10/17 at DEN W 1 1 4 46 10/31 GB L 1 1 1 32 11/7 at DET W 1 1 3 78 11/14 at CLV W 1 1 4 59 11/21 HST W 1 1 4 86 11/25 CIN W 1 1 2 20 12/6 at NE L 1 1 2 39 12/12 MIA L 1 1 1 17 2010 Totals 13 12 38 674 CAREER 87 81 311 4912 Rushing Lg TD Rush Yds 9 0 1 4 13 1 67t 1 41t 1 31 0 32t 1 32 0 74t 1 33 0 42 1 15 0 24 0 17 0 74t 6 1 4 80t 38 4 11

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10 – Holmes, Santonio – 5-11 – 192 – Ohio State – Belle Glade, FL – 5th Year – T-10 (PIT) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started at wide receiver…Tallied two receptions for 57 yards, including a game-long 42 yard pass from Mark Sanchez...Returned three punts for 32 yards (10.7 avg). (12/6 at NE)…Started at wide receiver…Let the team with seven receptions for 72 yards…Returned one punt for eight yards. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at wide receiver…Tallied five receptions for 44 yards and one touchdown…Connected with Mark Sanchez for a 13-yard touchdown following James Ihedigbo’s fumble recovery on special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started at wide receiver…Totaled seven catches for 126 yards and two touchdowns…Marked his tenth-career 100-yard receiving game and second-consecutive 100-yard game for the Jets…Connected with Mark Sanchez on a 41-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter to give the Jets a 20-7 advantage…Scored the game-winning touchdown on a six-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds remaining in the game… Marked the second consecutive game that he scored the decisive touchdown in the game. (11/15 at CLV)…Started at wide receiver…Recorded five receptions for 59 yards…Scored the game-winning touchdown with 16 seconds remaining in overtime when he caught a 37-yard pass from Sanchez…Marked his first touchdown as a Jet. (11/7 at DET)…Started at wide receiver…Registered his first 100-yard receiving game as a Jet when he caught five receptions for 114 yards…Caught a 52-yard pass from Mark Sanchez in overtime to set up the game-winning field goal (10/31 vs. GB)…Started at wide receiver for the first time in his Jets career…Finished the game with three receptions for 43 yards. (10/17 at DEN)…Saw action on offense...Tallied four receptions for 47 yards…Drew a critical pass interference call on 4th and six with 1:26 remaining in the game to give the Jets the ball on the DEN 2-yard line…LaDainian Tomlinson scored on the next play to give the Jets a 24-20 lead…Rushed for 14-yards on one carry. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Named game captain…Made his Jets debut after spending the first four weeks of the season on the Reserve/Suspended list…Caught three receptions for 41 yards. HOLMES’ GAME-BY-GAME STATS Receiving Rushing Date Opp W/L GP GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds Avg Lg TD 9/13 BLT Reserved/Suspended 9/19 NE Reserved/Suspended 9/26 at MIA Reserved/Suspended 10/3 at BUF Reserved/Suspended 10/11 MIN W 1 0 3 41 13.7 19 0 10/17 at DEN W 1 0 4 47 11.8 22 0 1 14 14.0 14 0 10/31 GB L 1 1 3 43 14.3 18 0 11/7 at DET W 1 1 5 114 22.8 52 0 11/14 at CLV W 1 1 5 76 15.2 37t 1 11/21 HST W 1 1 7 126 18.0 41t 2 11/25 CIN W 1 1 5 44 8.8 16 1 12/6 at NE L 1 1 7 72 10.3 22 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 2 57 28.5 43 0 2010 Totals 9 7 41 620 15.1 52 4 1 14 14.0 14 0 CAREER 69 55 276 4458 16.2 83 24 12 59 4.9 14 0 16 - Smith, Brad – 6-2 – 212 – Missouri – Youngstown, OH – 5th Year – D4a-06 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Rushed for one yard on two carries…Returned three kickoffs for 94 yards (31.3 avg)...Recorded one special teams tackle. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Rushed for two yards on one carry…Returned seven kickoffs for 140 yards (20.0 avg)…Posted two special teams tackles. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started at wide receiver…Registered 200 all-purpose yards (122 kick return, 55 rushing and 23 receiving)…Rushed for 55 yards on three carries, including a 53-yard touchdown run…Marked the longest touchdown run of his career and the second-longest rush of his career…Returned three kickoffs for 122 yards, including an 89yard touchdown return…Became the third player in NFL history with an 80+ yard kickoff return TD and 50+ yard rushing touchdown in the same game…Caught one pass for 23 yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense and special teams… Caught one pass for four yards and rushed for one yard on one carry…Returned six kickoffs for 126 yards…Added two special teams tackles. (11/15 at CLV)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Had one reception for six yards…Rushed for 39 yards of five carries…Returned three kickoffs for 69 yards...Recorded one special teams tackle. (11/7 at DET)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Ran for eight yards on two carries…Returned four kickoffs for 109 yards...Led the team 68 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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with four special teams tackles. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Rushed for 12 yards on three carries…Returned four kickoffs for 121 yards…Returned the ball 47 yards on the opening kickoff of the second half, marking the third time this season he has returned a kickoff more than 40 yards. (10/17 at DEN) Saw action on offense and special teams…Gained 18 yards on three carries…Returned one kickoff for 26 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Returned three kickoffs for 121 yards, including an 86-yard return…The 86-yard return marked his longest of the season and the second-longest return of his career…Rushed for four yards on two carries…Added two special teams tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Threw the first touchdown pass of his career when he took a direct snap out of the Seminole formation and connected with Dustin Keller for a three-yard reception…Now has six career touchdowns, scored in five different ways (two receiving, one rushing, one returning, one passing and one blocked punt)…Finished the game with one reception for three yards and 11 rushing yards on three carries…Registered one special teams tackle…Returned three kickoffs for 84 yards. (9/26 at MIA)…Started at wide receiver…Rushed for 41 yards on three carries (13.7 avg) and caught one receptions for 11 yards….Returned four kickoffs for 150 yards (37.5 avg), including the longest return of the season, 54 yards. (9/19 vs. NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Returned one kickoff for 15 yards...Recorded two special teams tackles. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Rushed for 27 yards on two carries, including a game-long run of 22 yards…Returned two kickoffs for 49 yards...Added one special teams tackle SMITHS’ GAME-BY-GAME STATS Receiving Rushing Date Opp W/L GP GS Rec Yds Avg Lg TD Rush Yds 9/13 BLT L 1 0 9/19 NE W 1 0 9/26 at MIA W 1 1 1 11 11.0 11 0 3 41 10/3 at BUF W 1 0 3 11 10/11 MIN W 1 0 2 4 10/17 at DEN W 1 0 3 18 10/31 GB L 1 0 3 12 11/7 at DET W 1 0 2 8 11/14 at CLV W 1 0 1 6 6.0 6 0 5 39 11/21 HST W 1 0 1 4 4.0 4 0 1 1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 1 23 23.0 23 0 3 55 12/6 at NE L 1 0 1 2 12/12 MIA L 1 0 2 1 2010 Totals 13 2 4 44 11.0 23 0 30 219 CAREER 73 17 64 557 8.7 29 2 90 687

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88 - Turner, Patrick - 6-5 – 220 – Southern California – Nashville, TN – 1st Year – W-10 (MIA) SEASON NOTES: Signed from the practice squad on 11/19. (12/12 vs. MIA)…Named game captain…Saw action on special teams. (12/6 at NE)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Recorded two special teams tackles. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Caught one pass for five yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on offense and special teams…Recorded his first NFL reception in the second-quarter, gaining 21 yards. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive. (9/26 at MIA)…Saw action on offense and special teams in his first game as Jet.

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70 – DeVito, Mike – 6-3, 305 – Maine – 4th Year – FA-07 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and recorded four tackles (two solo) as part of a defense that held MIA to 131 yards of total offense. (12/6 at NE)…Named game captain as he registered four solo tackles. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started as part of a defense that limited CIN to just 46 yards rushing, including just 15 in the second half. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and collected three tackles as part of a run defense that limited HST to under 100 yards and RB Arian Foster, the league’s leading rusher, to 84 yards…Registered the first forced fumble of his career when he caused an RB Arian Foster fumble in the third quarter that was recovered by S Jim Leonhard. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and posted two tackles, including a tackle-forloss on RB Peyton Hillis…Part of a run defense that limited CLV to 23 yards rushing on 10 attempts (2.3 avg.) in the second half. (11/7 at DET)…Collected four tackles, including a tackle-for-loss, as part of a run defense that limited DET to 78 yards on 28 carries (2.8 avg.) and collected five tackles-for-loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and recorded one solo tackle as part of defense that limited GB to 81 yards rushing on 26 carries. (10/17 at DEN)…Notched three tackles (two solo) and the first pass defensed of his career. (10/11 VS. MIN)…Collected four tackles as he started and helped hold MIN to fewer than 100 yards rushing. (10/3 at BUF)…Started as part of a defense that did allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts…Did not record any stats. (9/26 at MIA)…Made the second start of his career and first since 12/3/09 at TB…Notched three tackles (two solo) including one tackle for loss, while also recording three quarterback hits. (9/19 vs. NE)…Posted four tackles (three solo), including one for a loss as part of a defensive line that again limited the opponent to under 60 yards rushing. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Collected five tackles (four solo), including one for a loss, as he was part of Jets defense that limited BLT to 49 yards rushing on 35 carries (1.5 avg). DeVito’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 0 5 4 1 9/19 NE W 1 0 4 3 1 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 3 2 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 10/11 MIN W 1 1 4 2 2 10/17@DEN W 1 0 3 2 1 1 10/31 GB L 1 1 1 1 0 11/7 @DET W 1 0 4 2 2 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 2 1 1 11/21 HST W 1 1 3 3 0 1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 12/6 @NE L 1 0 4 4 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 4 2 2 2010 Totals 13 8 37 26 11 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Career Totals 51 9 113 59 54 0.5 5.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 8 0 94 – Dixon, Marcus – 6-4, 295 – Hampton – 1st Year – W-10 (DAL) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Inactive. (12/6 at NE)…Inactive. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Inactive. (11/21 vs. HST)…Inactive. (11/14 at CLV)…Inactive. (11/7 at DET)…Inactive. (10/31 vs. GB)…Inactive. (10/17 at DEN)…Inactive. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Inactive. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive. (9/26 at MIA)…Inactive. (9/19 vs. NE)…Inactive. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Inactive. 92 – Ellis, Shaun – 6-5, 290 – Tennessee – 11th Year – D1a-00 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and recorded one of the team’s season-high five sacks when he sacked QB Chad Henne for a seven-yard loss. (12/6 at NE)…Named game captain as he started and recorded one tackle. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and collected one tackle as part of a defense that limited CIN to just 46 yards rushing, including just 15 in the second half. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and four tackles, three solo, as part of a run defense that limited HST to less than 100 yards and RB Arian Foster, the league’s leading rusher, to 84 yards. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and collected four tackles. (11/7 at DET)…Started and notched two solo tackles, including a tackle-for-loss as part of a run defense that limited DET to 78 yards on 28 carries (2.8 avg.) and collected five tackles-for-loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and recorded two solo tackles for a defense that limited GB to 81 yards rushing on 26 carries. (10/17 at DEN)…Started and collected one solo tackle. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and split a five-yard sack of former teammate Brett Favre with Calvin Pace in the fourth quarter and finished the game with two tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Started and picked up a 10-yard sack of Ryan Fitzpatrick in the third quarter…Finished the game with two tackles as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 chances. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and collected two tackles (both solo) and a three-yard sack of QB Chad Henne in the first 70 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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quarter. (9/19 vs. NE)…Named game captain as he started and notched one solo tackle…Put pressure on QB Tom Brady all game as he was credited with four quarterback hits. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started and picked up a seven-yard sack of QB Joe Flacco in the first quarter, forcing a forced fumble that was scooped up by Sione Pouha leading the first points of the game… Registered four tackles (three solo). Ellis’ Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 4 3 1 1.0 7.0 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 1 1 0 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 2 2 0 1.0 3.0 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 2 1 1 1.0 10.0 10/11 MIN W 1 1 2 1 1 0.5 2.5 10/17@DEN W 1 1 1 1 0 10/31 GB L 1 1 2 2 0 11/7 @DET W 1 1 2 2 0 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 4 2 2 11/21 HST W 1 1 4 3 1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 1 0 1 12/6 @NE L 1 1 1 0 1 12/12 MIA L 1 1 1.0 7.0 2010 Totals 13 13 26 18 8 4.5 29.5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Career Totals 168 153 648 396 252 72.5 399.0 1 1 1 0 17 15 5 19 1 50 – Gholston, Vernon – 6-3, 260 – Ohio State – 3rd Year – D1a-08 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Appeared on defense and special teams and recorded three tackles as part of a defense that held MIA to 131 yards of total offense. (12/6 at NE)…Played on defense and special teams, recording a solo tackle on defense. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Collected one tackle and one quarterback. (11/21 vs. HST)…Appeared on defense, collecting a quarterback hit on Matt Schaub and special teams. (11/14 at CLV)…Saw action on defense and special teams but did not collect any statistics. (11/7 at DET)…Named game captain and started as he returned to his hometown for the first time in his NFL career…Part of a run defense that limited DET to 78 yards on 28 carries (2.8 avg.) and collected five tackles-forloss…Collected one tackle on special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Appeared on defense and special teams but did not record any statistics. (10/17 at DEN)…Appeared on defense and special teams, recording one solo tackle on defense. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Appeared on defense and special teams but did record any stats. (10/3 at BUF)…Appeared on defense and special teams, recording one tackle on special teams. (9/26 at MIA)…Appeared on both defense and special teams and recorded on tackle on defense. (9/19 vs. NE)…Recorded a solo tackle on defense. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Recorded a solo tackle on defense and two on special teams. 77 – Jenkins, Kris – 6-4, 360 – Maryland – 10th Year – T-08 (CAR) SEASON NOTES: Placed on Injured Reserve on 9/15/10. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Named game captain…Left in the first quarter with a knee injury after starting and recording one tackle. 98 – Kroul, Matt – 6-3, 300 – Iowa – 1st Year – FA-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Named game captain and posted a tackle. (12/6 at NE)…Inactive. (11/25 vs. CIN)… Inactive. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on defense and special teams but did not record any statistics. (11/14 at CLV)…Was made active for the first time since Week Four and appeared on defense, but did not collect any statistics. (11/7 at DET)… Inactive. (10/31 vs. GB)…Inactive. (10/17 at DEN)…Inactive. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Inactive. (10/3 at BUF)…Appeared on special teams. (9/26 at MIA)…Appeared on both defense and special teams but did not accrue any statistics. (9/19 vs. NE)…Did not play. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his NFL debut after spending last season on the practice squad and recorded one tackle. 91 – Pouha, Sione – 6-3, 325 – Utah – 6th Year – D3-05 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and collected one the team’s season-high five sacks when he brought down QB Chad Henne for a six-yard loss…Recorded a season-high eight tackles as part of a defense that held MIA to 131 yards of total offense…Registered his third fumble recovery of the season when he recovered a Henne fumble after a Calvin Pace strip-sack. (12/6 at NE)…Started and registered seven tackles (five solo). (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and recorded two tackles and a quarterback hit…Part of a defense that limited CIN to just 46 yards rushing, including just 15 in the second half. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and notched one tackle as part of a run defense that limited HST to less than 100 yards and RB Arian Foster, the league’s leading rusher, to 84 yards.(11/14 at CLV)…Started and posted two tackles as part of a run defense that limited CLV to 23 yards rushing on 10 attempts (2.3 avg.) in the second half. (11/7 at DET)…Started and NEWYORKJETS.COM 71

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collected a season-high six tackles, including one tackle-for-loss and a pass defended as he nearly picked off a Matt Stafford pass…Part of a run defense that limited DET to 78 yards on 28 carries (2.8 avg.) and collected five tackles-for-loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started, recording one solo tackle for a defense that limited GB to 81 yards rushing on 26 carries…Registered a quarterback hit on Aaron Rodgers. (10/17 at DEN)…Sacked QB Kyle Orton for a nine-yard loss on the first play of the fourth quarter…Started and collected two solo tackles and a pass defended. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started for a defense that held MIN to under 100 yards rushing…Collected a season-high five tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Started and collected two tackles as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and recorded one pass breakup. (9/19 vs. NE)…Named game captain and started, collecting four tackles (three solo) and a pass defended…Part of a defensive that limited NE to 52 yards rushing, the second consecutive week they held the opposition under 60 yards rushing. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started and recovered the first two fumbles of his career, scooping up QB Joe Flacco and RB Willis McGahee fumbles in the first quarter…Finished the game with three tackles (two solo) as part of a defense that held BLT to 49 yards rushing on 35 carries (1.5 avg) Pouha’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 3 2 1 2 2 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 3 1 1 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 2 1 1 10/11 MIN W 1 1 5 2 3 10/17@DEN W 1 1 2 2 0 1.0 8.0 1 10/31 GB L 1 1 1 1 0 11/7 @DET W 1 1 6 3 3 1 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 2 1 1 11/21 HST W 1 1 1 1 0 11/25 CIN W 1 1 2 1 1 12/6 @NE L 1 1 7 5 2 12/12 MIA L 1 1 8 6 2 1.0 6.0 1 0 2010 Totals 13 13 43 28 15 2.0 14.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 2 0 Career Totals 75 28 176 115 61 2.5 14.5 0 0 0 0 8 0 3 2 0 93 – Pryce, Trevor – 6-5, 290 – Clemson – 14th Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Appeared on defense but did not record any statistics. (12/6 at NE)…Played on defense, registering a quarterback hit on Tom Brady. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Recorded the first Jets safety since 12/28/03, when he sacked QB Carson Palmer in the end zone for a six-yard loss…The sack was his first as a Jet and first full sack since 12/9/07…Notched two tackles and two quarterback hits. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on defense but did not record any statistics. (11/14 at CLV)…Appeared on defense but did not record any statistics. (11/7 at DET)…Collected his first tackle of the season. (10/31 vs. GB)…Played on defense, registering one quarterback hit. (10/17 at DEN)…Named game captain as he returned to DEN…Helped put pressure on QB Kyle Orton collecting four quarterback hits. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Part of defense that forced three MIN turnovers and six three-and-outs…Recorded one quarterback hit on Brett Favre. (10/3 at BUF)… Made his Jets debut after being signed earlier in the week (9/30)…Collected two quarterback hits as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts.

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52 – Harris, David – 6-2, 250 – Michigan – 4th Year – D2-07 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and recorded six tackles (four solo) as part of a defense that held MIA to 131 yards of total offense. (12/6 at NE)…Started and registered six tackles (four solo), including one for a loss…Recorded a sixyard sack of QB Tom Brady, his third sack of the season. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and collected six tackles, five solo, and two quarterback hits…Recorded his second sack this season when he brought down QB Carson Palmer for an eight-yard loss…Part of a defense that limited CIN to just 46 yards rushing, including just 15 in the second half. (11/21 vs. HST)… Started and collected eight tackles, seven solo, as part of a defense that limited HST to less than 100 yards and RB Arian Foster, the league’s leading rusher, to 84 yards. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and notched one tackle, but put pressure on the QB Colt McCoy, hurrying him seven times and hitting him one…Forced and recovered a RB Peyton Hillis fumble in the first quarter. (11/7 at DET)…Named game captain as the Grand Rapids native played his first game as a pro in Michigan… Started and posted a team-leading 10 tackles as part of a run defense that limited DET to 78 yards on 28 carries (2.8 avg.) and collected five tackles-for-loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and led the team with nine tackles (seven solo) and recorded 72 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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his first sack of the season when he brought down Aaron Rodgers for a nine-yard loss with just over two minutes remaining in the second quarter…Registered three quarterback hits. (10/17 at DEN)…Started and led the team with 12 tackles, the first time he has posted double-digit tackles this season and 16th time in his career…Registered two quarterback hits and a tackle for loss. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started as he tied for the team in tackles…Finished with eight tackles for a defense that held MIN to under 100 yards rushing and produced three takeaways and forced six three-and-outs. (10/3 at BUF)… Led the team in tackles for the third consecutive week, collecting seven tackles (five solo)…Started as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 chances. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and recorded a team-high nine tackles (eight solo) including two tackles for loss. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started, posting a team-leading seven tackles (six solo) as he was part of defense that held NE to under 60 yards rushing and produced three turnovers. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started and recorded six tackles (four solo) and two pass defended as part of a defense that held BLT to 49 yards rushing on 35 carries (1.5 avg). Harris’ Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 6 4 2 2 9/19 NE W 1 1 7 6 1 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 9 8 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 7 5 2 10/11 MIN W 1 1 8 6 2 10/17@DEN W 1 1 12 9 3 10/31 GB L 1 1 9 7 2 1.0 9.0 11/7 @DET W 1 1 10 6 4 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 8 7 1 1 1 0 11/21 HST W 1 1 8 7 1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 6 5 1 1.0 8.0 12/6 @NE L 1 1 6 4 2 1.0 6.0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 6 4 2 2010 Totals 13 13 102 78 24 3.0 23.0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 Career Totals 56 49 448 288 160 14.5 134.5 2 24 14 0 9 5 3 0 0 56 – Laury, Lance – 6-2, 242 – South Carolina – 5th Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Appeared on special teams, posting one tackle. (12/6 at NE)…Appeared on special teams but did not record any statistics. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Saw action on special teams, recording two tackles. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw action on special teams, collecting two tackles. (11/14 at CLV)…Appeared on special teams, collecting one tackle. (11/7 at DET)…Appeared on special teams and posted two solo tackles. (10/31 vs. GB)…Appeared on special teams but did not record any statistics. (10/17 at DEN)…Named game captain and appeared on special teams but did not collect any statistics. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Appeared on special teams recording four tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Appeared on special teams, scooping up a Chris Ellis mishandled short kickoff to record the Jets first special teams takeaway this season…Collected three special teams tackles. (9/26 at MIA)…Appeared on special teams, recording a team-high five special teams tackles. (9/19 vs. NE)…Appeared on special teams, recording three tackles. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Appeared on special teams, recording one special teams tackle in his Jets debut. 53 – Mauga, Josh – 6-1, 245 – Nevada – 1st Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES:(12/12 vs. MIA)…Appeared on special teams, notching one tackle. (12/6 at NE)…Appeared on special teams, collecting two tackles…Made his debut on defense when he stepped in for an injured David Harris in the second quarter and recorded one tackle, his first on defense. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Appeared on special teams and recorded a team-high four tackles. (11/21 vs. HST)…Inactive. (11/14 at CLV)…Inactive. (11/7 at DET)…Collected two tackles on special teams, the first two tackles of his career. (10/31 vs. GB)…Named game captain prior to making his NFL debut…Played on special teams. Signed from the Practice Squad on 10/26. 97 – Pace, Calvin – 6-4, 265 – Wake Forest – 8th Year – UFA-08 (ARZ) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and sacked QB Chad Henne for a loss of four yards, forcing a fumble that would later be recovered by Sione Pouha…Collected six tackles (four solo). (12/6 at NE)…Started and posted five tackles (four solo). (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and posted five tackles, four solo, in addition to a four-yard sack of QB Carson Palmer. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and notched two tackles. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and posted seven tackles (four solo) and picked up a sack of QB Colt McCoy. (11/7 at DET)…Started and collected a season-high eight tackles, including one tackle-for-loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and notched four tackles (three solo) and quarterback hit for a defense that limited GB to no third-down conversions in the first half and two-for-14 for the game. (10/17 at DEN)…Collected six tackles and a quarterback hit as he started for a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards less than their season average. NEWYORKJETS.COM 73

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(10/11 vs. MIN)…Named game captain as he made his season debut after missing the first four games with injury…Started and collected 1.5 sacks in his return, the first, a nine-yard sack of Brett Favre and the second, a five yards sack of Favre he split with Shaun Ellis…Finished the game with three tackles and three quarterback hits for a defense that produced three takeaways and six three-and-outs. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive with a foot injury. (9/26 at MIA)…Inactive with a foot injury. (9/19 vs. NE)…Inactive with a foot injury. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Inactive with a foot injury. Pace’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L INACTIVE (FOOT) 9/19 NE W INACTIVE (FOOT) 9/26 @MIA W INACTIVE (FOOT) 10/3 @BUF W INACTIVE (FOOT) 10/11 MIN W 1 1 3 1 2 1.5 11.5 10/17@DEN W 1 1 6 3 3 10/31 GB L 1 1 4 3 1 11/7 @DET W 1 1 8 3 5 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 7 4 3 1.0 0.0 11/21 HST W 1 1 2 1 1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 5 4 1 1.0 4.0 12/6 @NE L 1 1 4 4 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 6 4 2 1.0 4.0 1 2010 Totals 9 9 46 27 19 4.5 19.5 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 NYJ Totals 37 37 180 107 73 19.5 127.0 0 0 0 0 4 9 4 50 1 Career Totals 104 75 368 244 124 33.5 206.5 1 14 14 0 15 13 8 54 1 57 – Scott, Bart – 6-2, 242 – Southern Illinois – 9th Year – UFA-09 (BLT) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and notched nine tackles (seven solo) as part of a defense that held MIA to 131 yards of total offense. (12/6 at NE)…Started and collected seven solo tackles. (12/6 at NE)…Started and collected six solo tackles. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and posted seven tackles, six solo, with one tackle-for-loss and two quarterback hits… Part of a defense that limited CIN to just 46 yards rushing, including just 15 in the second half. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and registered four tackles, including one tackle for loss, as part of a defense that limited HST to less than 100 yards and RB Arian Foster, the league’s leading rusher, to 84 yards. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and posted six tackles as part of a run defense that limited CLV to 23 yards rushing on 10 attempts (2.3 avg.) in the second half. (11/7 at DET)…Named game captain as he started in front of his hometown crowd for the second-time in his career…Notched six tackles (five solo) and sacked QB Matt Stafford for a loss of 10 yards, his first sack this season and second as a member of the Jets. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and collected eight tackles (five solo) for a defense that limited GB to 81 yards rushing on 26 carries…Registered a quarterback hit and two tackles for loss as well. (10/17 at DEN)…Started, posting double-digit tackles with 10…Posted two hits on QB Kyle Orton. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and collected four tackles for a defense that produced three takeaways and six three-and-outs while holding MIN to under 100 yards rushing…Accounted for the first takeaway when he recovered a Brett Favre fumble on an aborted snap. (10/3 at BUF)…Posted four tackles (two solo) as he started for a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts. (9/26 at MIA)…Started, collecting five tackles (three solo) and two quarterback hits. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started and collected four tackles and a pass defended as part of defense that produced three turnovers of QB Tom Brady and held NE to 52 yards rushing on 20 carries. (9/13 vs. BLT)…In his first game against his former team, he started and recorded nine tackles (six tackles)…Forced a Willis McGahee fumble after stuffing him for no gain.

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Scott’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 9 6 3 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 2 2 1 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 5 3 2 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 4 2 2 10/11 MIN W 1 1 4 2 2 1 0 10/17@DEN W 1 1 10 5 5 10/31 GB L 1 1 8 5 3 11/7 @DET W 1 1 6 5 1 1.0 10.0 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 6 3 3 11/21 HST W 1 1 4 4 0 11/25 CIN W 1 1 7 6 1 12/6 @NE L 1 1 7 7 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 9 7 2 2010 Totals 13 13 83 57 26 1.0 10.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 NYJ Totals 29 29 190 133 57 2.0 25.0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 Career Totals 138 87 698 454 244 18.0 129.5 3 31 24 0 25 4 6 11 0 99 – Taylor, Jason – 6-6, 250 – Akron – 14th Year – UFA-10 (MIA) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Named game captain as he faced his former team for the second time this season… Posted a pass defensed and recovered a RB Ronnie Brown fumble after it was knocked loose by S Brodney Pool. (12/6 at NE)…Registered one tackle. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Notched one tackle and two passes defended. (11/21 vs. HST)…Posted three tackles, including a tackle for loss. (11/14 at CLV)…Collected his team-leading fourth sack of the season when he brought down QB Colt McCoy for a three-yard loss in the final minute of overtime to force a CLV punt from inside their five-yard line…Posted three tackles (two solo). (11/7 at DET)…Posted three tackles (two solo), including a tackle-for-loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Collected one tackle as part of a defense that held GB without a third-down conversion in the first half and to two-of-14 for the game. (10/17 at DEN)…Started on the defensive line and collected four tackles, including one tackle for loss. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Did not start as Calvin Pace returned to lineup after missing the first four games of the season...Recorded a three-yard sack of Brett Favre that forced a fumble in the fourth quarter in addition to one solo tackle for a defense that forced three takeaways and six three-and-outs. (10/3 at BUF)…Started and recovered a Bryan Thomas forced fumble on Marshawn Lynch…Collected four tackles (two solo) for a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 chances. (9/26 at MIA)…Returned to MIA for the first time as a visiting player as he was the only Jets named team captain…Started and sacked former teammate Chad Henne for an eight-yard loss…Notched one solo tackle. (9/19 vs. NE)…Made his first start as a Jet and sacked QB Tom Brady for a nine-yard loss, causing a fumble that would be picked up by LB Bryan Thomas and returned 16 yards…Finished the game with five tackles, one sack, one pass defended and one forced fumble. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his Jets debut and collected three tackles and also registered one pass defended. Taylor’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 0 3 0 3 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 5 2 3 1.0 9.0 1 1 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 1 1 0 1.0 8.0 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 4 2 2 1 0 10/11 MIN W 1 0 1 1 0 1.0 3.0 1 10/17@DEN W 1 1 4 1 3 10/31 GB L 1 1 1 0 1 11/7 @DET W 1 0 3 1 2 11/14 @CLV W 1 0 3 2 1 1.0 3.0 11/21 HST W 1 1 3 2 1 11/25 CIN W 1 0 1 0 1 2 12/6 @NE L 1 0 1 1 0 12/12 MIA L 1 0 1 1 0 2010 Totals 13 6 30 13 17 4.0 23.0 0 0 0 0 5 2 2 0 0 Career Totals 214 198 845 586 259 131.5 831.5 8 110 51t 3 95 47 29 246 6 NEWYORKJETS.COM 75

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58 – Thomas, Bryan – 6-4, 260 – Alabama-Birmingham – 9th Year – D1-02 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and collected three tackles (one solo) and posted one of the team’s seasonhigh five sacks when he brought down QB Chad Henne for a two-yard loss. (12/6 at NE)…Started and recorded one tackle. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and collected one tackle. (11/21 vs. HST)…Registered three tackles, all solo, including a tackle for loss…Collected his third sack of the season and second sack in three weeks when he brought down QB Matt Schaub for an eight-yard loss. (11/14 at CLV)…Put pressure on the quarterback with a hit on QB Colt McCoy, while he was also part of a run defense that limited CLV to 23 yards rushing on 10 attempts (2.3 avg.) in the second half. (11/7 at DET)…Started and notched four tackles (three solo) as part of a run defense that limited DET to 78 yards on 28 carries (2.8 avg.)…Collected his first sack since the opening week when he ran Matt Stafford out-of-bounds for a two-yard loss. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and collected two tackles as part of a defense that held GB to 81 yards rushing on 26 carries. (10/17 at DEN)…Posted four tackles, two of which were solo. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and collected five tackles for a defense that held MIN to under 100 yards rushing and produced three turnovers. (10/3 at BUF)…Started and forced a fumble by Marshawn Lynch that was recovered by Jason Taylor…Collected two tackles as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 chances. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and recorded three tackles (two solo). (9/19 vs. NE)…Started and scooped up a QB Tom Brady fumble caused by a Jason Taylor sack and returned it 16 yards…Registered four tackles (two solo). (9/13 vs. BLT)… Started and recorded one sack, one pass defended and five tackles (four solo)…Dropped QB Joe Flacco in the second quarter for a loss of eight yards. Thomas’ Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 5 4 1 1.0 8.0 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 2 2 1 16 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 3 2 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 2 1 1 1 10/11 MIN W 1 1 5 4 1 10/17@DEN W 1 0 4 2 2 10/31 GB L 1 1 2 1 1 11/7 @DET W 1 1 4 3 1 1.0 2.0 11/14 @CLV W 1 0 11/21 HST W 1 0 3 3 1 1.0 8.0 11/25 CIN W 1 1 1 1 0 12/6 @NE L 1 1 1 0 1 12/12 MIA L 1 1 3 2 1 1.0 2.0 2010 Totals 13 10 37 24 13 4.0 20.0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 16 0 Career Totals 138 88 421 287 134 29.0 162.5 0 0 0 0 8 7 6 23 0 55 – Westerman, Jamaal – 6-3, 255 – Rutgers – 2nd Year – FA-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Inactive. (12/6 at NE)…Inactive. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Inactive. (11/21 vs. HST)…Appeared on special teams recording one solo tackle.(11/14 at CLV)…Named game captain as he was active for the first time since the Week Three contest at MIA…Saw action on special teams, recording two tackles. (11/7 at DET)…Inactive. (10/31 vs. GB)…Inactive. (10/17 at DEN)…Inactive with an ankle injury. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Inactive with an ankle injury. (10/3 at BUF)…Appeared on defense and special teams, recording two special teams tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive with an ankle injury. (9/26 at MIA)…Appeared on both defense and special teams but did not record any statistics. (9/19 vs. NE)…Appeared on defense and special teams and recorded two special teams tackles. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Appeared on special teams and recorded two special teams tackles. .

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special teams, notching four solo tackles. (9/19 vs. NE)…Played on defense but did not record any statistics…Recorded one special teams tackle. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Recorded one tackle on special teams…Helped pin BLT inside the five-yard line when he fielded a Steve Weatherford punt that was eventually downed by James Ihedigbo at the two yard line. 30 – Coleman, Drew – 5-9, 180 – TCU – 5th Year – D6-06 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Appeared on defense and special teams, posting a pass defensed as part of a defense that limited MIA to a net of 30 yards passing, holding Chad Henne to five-of-18 passing. (12/6 at NE)…Started as the team opened in a nickel defense…Appeared on defense and special teams, recording one solo tackle on defense. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Registered two solo tackles on defense and one more on special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Named game captain… Saw action on defense and special teams, recording one solo tackle on defense and three more on special teams.(11/14 at CLV)…Stripped former teammate WR Chansi Stuckey in overtime, knocking the ball loose before it was recovered by CB Antonio Cromartie. (11/7 at DET)…Collected three tackles (two solo) and a pass defended. (10/31 vs. GB)…Collected three solo tackles as part of a secondary that held GB to 156 yards passing. (10/17 at DEN)…Started in nickel and posted five solo tackles and a pass defended…Forced a fumble by RB Knowshon Moreno on DEN’s opening drive that was recovered by Darrelle Revis…Part of a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards below their season average. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Collected the third sack of his career when he brought down former teammate Brett Favre for a seven-yard loss in the first quarter…Part of a defense that helped produce six three-and-outs and three turnovers…Appeared on special teams, registering two tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Named game captain prior to earning his first start of the season…Collected three tackles and a pass defended as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts. (9/26 at MIA)…Recorded the second interception of his career when he halted the final MIA drive with an end zone pick of QB Chad Henne…Recorded one solo tackle and one pass defended on defense and another tackle on special teams. (9/19 vs. NE)… Registered two tackles on defense and two more on special teams…Helped limit WR Wes Welker to two receptions for just five yards in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Recorded one special teams tackle. Coleman’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 0 9/19 NE W 1 0 2 2 0 9/26 @MIA W 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 3 2 1 1 10/11 MIN W 1 0 1 1 0 1.0 7.0 10/17@DEN W 1 1 5 5 0 1 1 10/31 GB L 1 0 3 3 0 11/7 @DET W 1 0 3 2 1 1 11/14 @CLV W 1 0 1 11/21 HST W 1 0 1 1 0 11/25 CIN W 1 0 2 2 0 12/6 @NE L 1 1 1 1 0 12/12 MIA L 1 0 1 2010 Totals 13 3 22 20 2 1.0 7.0 1 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 Career Totals 64 8 81 63 18 3.0 29.0 2 1 1 0 18 3 0 0 0 27 – Cook, Emanuel – 5-10, 202 – South Carolina – 1st Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Made his NFL debut after signing with the club on December 8, 2010...Appeared on special teams and recorded one tackle. 31 – Cromartie, Antonio – 6-2, 210 – Florida State – 5th Year – T-10 (SD) SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and registered one tackle and a pass defensed as part of a defense that limited MIA to a net of 30 yards passing and Chad Henne to five completions on 18 attempts…Returned five punts for 32 yards, including a long of 16 yards. (12/6 at NE)…Started and collected two tackles. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and registered four tackles, all solo, and two passes defended…Picked off QB Carson Palmer in the end zone for his team-leading third interception of the season, returning the ball 24 yards. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and collected one solo tackle and two passes defended. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and recovered a WR Chansi Stuckey fumbled caused by CB Drew Coleman as CLV was driving in Jets territory in overtime. (11/7 at DET)…Started and collected four tackles, all solo. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and collected four tackles, all solo, for a defense that held GB to 156 yards passing. (10/17 at DEN)…Started, posting three solo tackles and three passes defended…Part of a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards below their season average. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and recorded a season-high four passes defended and three solo tackles for a defense that produced three turnovers and forced six three-and-outs…Intercepted a Brett Favre pass on a two-point conversion to NEWYORKJETS.COM 77

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preserve a two-point Jets lead early in the fourth quarter. (10/3 at BUF)…Started and recorded a solo tackle and a pass defended as he was matched up on Lee Evans for the majority of the game, holding Evans to one reception for six yards… Part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and collected six tackles (five solo) and one pass defended. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started and collected four tackles (all solo) and two passes defended… For the second consecutive week, intercepted a pass when he picked off a Tom Brady pass intended for Randy Moss at the three-yard line…After an injury to Darrelle Revis, match-up on Moss for the second-half holding the receiver without a reception in the second-half…Part of a secondary that held Brady to seven-of-16 passing for 69 yard, no touchdowns and two interceptions in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started in his Jets debut collecting two tackles (both solo) and a pass defended…Picked off a QB Joe Flacco pass at the three-yard line and returned it 66 yards…That 66-yards return marked the second longest interception return of his career after his 70-yard touchdown return against HST on 10/28/07. Cromartie’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 2 2 0 1 66 66 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 4 0 1 0 2 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 6 5 1 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 1 1 0 1 10/11 MIN W 1 1 3 3 0 4 10/17@DEN W 1 1 3 3 0 3 10/31 GB L 1 1 4 4 0 11/7 @DET W 1 1 4 4 0 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 1 0 11/21 HST W 1 1 1 1 0 2 11/25 CIN W 1 1 4 4 0 1 9 9 2 12/6 @NE L 1 1 2 2 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 1 0 1 1 2010 Totals 13 13 35 33 2 0.0 0.0 3 75 66 0 17 0 1 0 0 Career Totals 77 52 187 165 22 0.0 0.0 18 302 70t 2 55 0 2 0 0 44 – Ihedigbo, James – 6-1, 214 – Massachusetts – 4th Year – FA-08 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Inactive with an ankle injury. (12/6 at NE)…Named game captain as he appeared on defense and special teams recording one tackle on defense and registered his third sack of the season when he brought down QB Tom Brady for a 12-yard loss…Left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury and did not return. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Appeared on defense and special teams, notching a quarterback hit on defense and three tackles on special teams… Recovered a WR Andre Caldwell muffed punt at the CIN 14-yard line to help set up a Santonio Holmes touchdown reception, giving the team a 17-7 lead. (11/21 vs. HST)…Appeared on defense and special teams, notching one tackle on defense and five more on special teams.(11/14 at CLV)…Collected his second sack of the season with a six-yard sack of Colt McCoy and two tackles on defense and posted two more tackles on special teams. (11/7 at DET)…Appeared on defense and special teams, collecting three tackles on special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Saw action on defense and special teams but did not record any stats. (10/17 at DEN)…Played on defense and special teams but did not record any statistics. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Appeared on special teams, recording two tackles. (10/3 at BUF)…Recorded a three-yard sack of Ryan Fitzpatrick and collected two solo tackles as part of a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 chances…Finished with two tackles on special teams as well. (9/26 at MIA)…Appeared on both defense and special teams collecting three tackles (two solo) on defense and two more on special teams. (9/19 vs. NE)…Appeared on special teams. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Appeared on both defense and special teams, collecting two tackles on special teams…Brought down S Tom Zbikowski at the one-yard line on a punt return and later downed a Steve Weatherford punt at the two-yard line.

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Ihedigbo’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 0 9/19 NE W 1 0 9/26 @MIA W 1 0 3 1 2 10/3 @BUF W 1 0 2 2 0 1.0 3.0 10/11 MIN W 1 0 10/17@DEN W 1 0 10/31 GB L 1 0 11/7 @DET W 1 0 11/14 @CLV W 1 0 2 2 0 1.0 6.0 11/21 HST W 1 0 1 1 0 11/25 CIN W 1 0 12/6 @NE L 1 0 1 1 0 1.0 12.0 12/12 MIA L INACTIVE (ANKLE) 2010 Totals 12 0 9 7 2 3.0 21.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career Totals 35 0 15 10 5 5.0 32.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 36 – Leonhard, Jim – 5-8, 188 – Wisconsin – 6th Year – UFA-09 (BLT) SEASON NOTES: Placed on injured reserve on 12/4/10 after breaking his tibia in practice earlier in the week. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and posted two solo tackles on defense and two more on special teams…Picked off a QB Carson Palmer pass and returned it for two yards for his first interception of the season and the fifth of his career…Returned two punts for nine yards total. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and recorded five tackles (two solo) and a pass defensed…Recovered a RB Arian Foster fumble, his first fumble recovery this season, after it was forced by Mike Devito and returned it for -1 yard… Registered two punt returns for 39 yards, including a 30-yard return after the opening HST possession to set up a Nick Folk field goal for the game’s opening score. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and notched a team-high eight tackles (all solo)…Set up the game-winning score when he returned a punt 18 yards in overtime to the CLV 37-yard line…Also posted two tackles on special teams. (11/7 at DET)…Started and posted nine tackles (eight solo) on defense and returned four punts for 37 yards (9.3 avg.) with a long return of 20 yards, his third punt return of 20-or-more yards this season. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and two tackles and a pass defensed as part of a defense that held GB to 156 yards passing. (10/17 at DEN)…Started as part of a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards below their season average…Posted seven tackles (five solo) and a pass defended…Registered two punt returns for 17 yards. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and recorded eight tackles, six solo, to tie for the team lead…Also registered a quarterback hit for a defense that produced three turnovers and forced six three-and-outs…Returned one punt for seven yards. (10/3 at BUF)…Collected five tackles (four solo) and a pass defended as he started for a defense that didn’t allow a third-down conversion in 10 attempts…Returned four punts for 46 yards with a long of 17. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and recorded six tackles (three solo) and one pass defended. (9/19 vs. NE)…Notched four tackles (two solo) as part of a secondary that held QB Tom Brady to seven-of-16 passing for 69 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started as he faced his former team for the first time since signing with the Jets last season…Recorded a team-high 10 tackles, six of which were solo, and one pass defended. Leonhard’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 10 6 4 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 2 2 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 6 3 3 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 5 4 1 1 10/11 MIN W 1 1 8 6 2 10/17@DEN W 1 1 7 5 2 1 10/31 GB L 1 1 2 1 1 1 11/7 @DET W 1 1 9 8 1 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 8 8 0 11/21 HST W 1 1 5 2 3 1 1 -1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 2 0 12/6 @NE PLACED ON INJURED RESERVE (12/4) 2010 Totals 11 11 66 47 19 0.0 0.0 1 2 2 0 6 0 1 -1 0 NYJ Totals 27 27 161 95 66 2.5 29.5 2 46 44 0 13 1 1 -1 0 Career Totals 81 50 305 201 104 3.5 36.5 5 141 44 1 21 1 3 -1 0 NEWYORKJETS.COM 79

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26 – Lowery, Dwight – 5-11, 198 – San Jose State – 3rd Year – D4-08 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Registered a pass defensed and a tackle as part of a defense that held MIA to a net of 30 yards passing and held Chad Henne to five-of-18 passing. (12/6 at NE)…Returned to the lineup after missing the previous two games with a concussion and recorded one solo tackle. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Inactive with a concussion. (11/21 vs. HST)…Inactive with a concussion. (11/14 at CLV)…Appeared on defense and special teams but did not record any stats. (11/7 at DET)…Appeared on defense and special teams, posting a quarterback hit on defense and a tackle on special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Recorded two solo tackles and a pass defensed in addition to his five-yard sack of Aaron Rodgers on the final GB drive of the first half…Registered the only special teams tackle for the Jets. (10/17 at DEN)…Named game captain and provided the game-clinching takeaway for the second consecutive week when he recovered a QB Kyle Orton fumble on an aborted snap with 42 seconds remaining in the game…Part of a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards below their season average. (10/11 vs. MIN)…With the Jets holding a two-point lead with 1:30 left to play in the game, helped seal the win when the intercepted a Brett Favre pass and returned it 26 yards for a touchdown, the fifth interception of his career and first returned for a touchdown…Finished the game with two tackles, one interception and one pass defended on defense and another tackle on special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Collected the first sack of his career when he brought down Ryan Fitzpatrick for a six-yard loss in the second quarter…Finished with three solo tackles for a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 chances. (9/26 at MIA)…Collected one tackle on defense. (9/19 vs. NE)… Collected four tackles (all solo) and a pass defended as part of a secondary that held QB Tom Brady to seven-of-16 passing for 69 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in the second half…Played on special teams, recording one tackle. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Recorded one tackle on defense. Lowery’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 0 1 0 1 9/19 NE W 1 0 2 1 1 9/26 @MIA W 1 0 1 0 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 0 3 3 0 1.0 6.0 10/11 MIN W 1 0 2 0 2 1 26 26t 1 10/17@DEN W 1 0 1 0 10/31 GB L 1 0 2 2 0 1.0 5.0 1 11/7 @DET W 1 0 11/14 @CLV W 1 0 11/21 HST W INACTIVE (CONCUSSION) 11/25 CIN W INACTIVE (CONCUSSION) 12/6 @NE L 1 0 1 1 0 1 12/12 MIA L 1 0 1 0 1 1 2010 Totals 11 0 13 7 6 2.0 11.0 1 26 26t 1 3 0 1 0 0 Career Totals 40 16 103 84 19 2.0 11.0 5 67 34 1 30 5 2 0 0 22 – Pool, Brodney – 6-2, 214 – Oklahoma – 6th Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and posted six tackles and forced a fumble on RB Ronnie Brown that would then later be recovered by LB Jason Taylor…Recovered a fumble after a QB Chad Henne aborted handoff and returned the ball for six yards…Contributed to the team’s season-high five sacks as he notched his first sack of the season, bringing down Henne for a six-yard loss. (12/6 at NE)…Started and registered a team-leading 11 tackles (five solo). (11/25 vs. CIN)… Posted one tackle and a pass defensed. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and posted five tackles, four of which were solo. (11/14 at CLV)…Named game captain and started as he returned to CLV for the first time…Collected four tackles (two solo) and hit of QB Colt McCoy. (11/7 at DET)…Started and posted one solo tackle and a pass defended. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and registered two tackles, including one tackle for loss, as part of a defense that held GB to 156 yards passing. (10/17 at DEN)… Started and collected seven tackles (five solo) as part of a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards below their season average. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and posted four tackles and two pass defended for a defense that produced three turnovers and forced six three-and-outs…Registered another tackle on special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Made the first start of his Jets career, collecting four tackles for a defense that did not allow a third-down conversion in 10 opportunities. (9/26 at MIA)…Made two big plays on the final MIA possession, first running down WR Brandon Marshall to push him outof-bounds at the 11-yard line and then deflecting QB Chad Henne’s final pass intended for TE Anthony Fasano before it was picked off by CB Drew Coleman…Finished the game with three tackles (two solo) and one pass defended. (9/19 vs. NE)… After missing the season opener with an ankle injury, made his Jets debut as part of a secondary that held QB Tom Brady to seven-of-16 passing for 69 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in the second half…Recorded the second intercep80 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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tion of Brady when he caught a pass that was initially tipped by Randy Moss then deflected off Antonio Cromartie’s helmet, before stepping out of bounds. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Inactive with an ankle injury. Pool’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L INACTIVE (ANKLE) 9/19 NE W 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 9/26 @MIA W 1 0 3 2 1 1 10/3 @BUF W 1 1 4 0 4 10/11 MIN W 1 1 4 2 2 2 10/17@DEN W 1 1 7 5 2 10/31 GB L 1 1 2 1 1 11/7 @DET W 1 1 1 1 0 1 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 4 2 2 11/21 HST W 1 1 5 4 1 11/25 CIN W 1 0 1 0 1 1 12/6 @NE L 1 1 11 5 6 12/12 MIA L 1 1 6 4 2 1.0 6.0 1 1 6 2010 Totals 12 9 49 26 23 1.0 6.0 1 0 0 0 5 1 1 6 0 Career Totals 83 58 313 192 121 5.0 30.0 12 182 100t 1 40 3 4 6 0 24 – Revis, Darrelle – 5-11, 198 – Pittsburgh, 4th Year – D1-07 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and registered two tackles and a pass defensed as part of a defense that held MIA to a net of 30 yards passing and QB Chad Henne to five completions on 18 attempts. (12/6 at NE)…Started and posted one solo tackle. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and limited WR Terrell Owens to 17 yards receiving on three catches…Registered two tackles and a pass defensed. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started and recorded three solo tackles and two passes defended… Matched up against HST WR Andre Johnson for much of the game, helping to limit the receiver to four receptions and 32 yards. (11/14 at CLV)…Started and notched two tackles (both solo). (11/7 at DET)…Started and limited WR Calvin Johnson to one reception for 13 yards as he was matched up with Johnson for the entire game…Posted three tackles (two solo) and two passes defensed. (10/31 vs. GB)…Started and registered three tackles and a pass defensed as part of a defense that held GB to 156 yards passing. (10/17 at DEN)…Started, collecting three solo tackles and three passes defended as part of a defense that held DEN to 201 yards passing, 132 yards below their season average…Recovered a RB Knowshon Moreno fumble caused by Drew Coleman to halt the opening drive by DEN. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Started and was named game captain as he returned to action after missing the previous two games…Recorded one solo tackle and recovered a Brett Favre fumble on an aborted snap that he returned 10 yards to set up a field goal early in the third quarter. (10/3 at BUF)…Inactive with a hamstring injury. (9/26 at MIA)…Snapped his streak of 50 straight starts to begin his career when he was inactive with a hamstring injury. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started and posted four tackles (all solo) and pass defended…Did not return to the game after halftime due to a hamstring injury. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started but did not accrue any statistics as BLT targeted him in coverage just once, throwing incomplete. Revis’ Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 4 0 1 9/26 @MIA W INACTIVE (HAMSTRING) 10/3 @BUF W INACTIVE (HAMSTRING) 10/11 MIN W 1 1 1 1 0 1 10 10/17@DEN W 1 1 3 3 0 3 1 0 10/31 GB L 1 1 3 1 2 1 11/7 @DET W 1 1 3 2 1 2 11/14 @CLV W 1 1 2 2 0 11/21 HST W 1 1 3 3 0 2 11/25 CIN W 1 1 2 1 1 1 12/6 @NE L 1 1 1 1 0 12/12 MIA L 1 1 2 0 2 1 2010 Totals 11 11 24 18 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 2 10 0 Career Totals 59 59 246 199 47 1 9 14 179 67t 2 73 2 4 10 0 NEWYORKJETS.COM 81

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33 – Smith, Eric – 6-1, 207 – Michigan State – 5th Year – D3b-06 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Started and recorded six tackles as part of defense that held MIA to a net of 30 yards passing and 131 yards of total offense…Added another tackle on special teams. (12/6 at NE)…Started and recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) including one tackle for a loss…Notched a four-yard sack of QB Tom Brady in addition to two passes defended…Added another tackle on special teams. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Started and collected a team-leading eight tackles, all solo, along with a pass defensed on defense and recorded another tackle on special teams. (11/21 vs. HST)…Saw actions on defense and special teams, recording four tackles, three solo, on defense. (11/14 at CLV)…Posted three tackles on defense and another one on special teams. (11/7 at DET)…Named game captain as the Michigan State alum returned to the state where he played collegiately for four years…Collected three tackles and two quarterback hits on defense and added another two tackles on special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Appeared on defense and special teams but did not record any stats. (10/17 at DEN)…Played on defense and special teams, recording three solo tackles, one pass defended and one quarterback hit on defense and the team’s only special teams tackle. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Collected one tackle on defense and another on special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Appeared on defense and special teams, recording two special teams tackles. (9/26 at MIA)… Started and collected six tackles (four solo) on defense and two more on special teams…Blocked a P Brandon Fields punt late in the third quarter to set up a Jets field goal drive that gave the Jets a four-point lead. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started for the second consecutive game on defense and recorded four tackles (three solo)…Played on special teams, logging two tackles. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Started in place of on an injured Brodney Pool and posted nine tackles (five solo) on defense and added another on special teams. Smith’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L P S TT S A Sk Yds Int Yds Lg TD PD FF FR Yds TD 9/13 BLT L 1 1 9 5 4 9/19 NE W 1 1 4 1 3 9/26 @MIA W 1 1 6 4 2 10/3 @BUF W 1 0 10/11 MIN W 1 0 1 1 0 10/17@DEN W 1 0 3 3 0 1 10/31 GB L 1 0 11/7 @DET W 1 0 3 0 3 11/14 @CLV W 1 0 3 1 2 11/21 HST W 1 0 4 3 1 11/25 CIN W 1 1 8 8 0 1 12/6 @NE L 1 1 10 7 3 1.0 4.0 2 12/12 MIA L 1 1 6 4 2 2010 Totals 13 6 57 37 20 1.0 4.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 Career Totals 68 20 175 119 56 1.0 4.0 4 7 6 0 21 0 1 0 0 20 – Wilson, Kyle – 5-10, 190 – Boise State – Rookie – D1-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Appeared on special teams but did not record any statistics. (12/6 at NE)…Appeared on defense and special teams but did not record any stats. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Appeared on defense and special teams, registering one tackle on special teams and two punt returns for one yard total. (11/21 vs. HST)…Started as the Jets opened in nickel defense…Recorded one tackle on defense and another on special teams…Returned one punt for one yard. (11/14 at CLV)…Started as the Jets opened in nickel personnel…Collected two tackles, both solo…Returned one punt 18 yards in fourth quarter. (11/7 at DET)…Appeared on defense and special teams and returned two punts for 25 yards (12.5 avg.). (10/31 vs. GB)…Appeared on special teams, signaling for a fair catch on his only punt return. (10/17 at DEN)…Played on special teams, recording one punt return for six yards in the fourth quarter that helped set up the game winning touchdown. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Appeared on defense and special teams and recorded a pass defended on defense and two punt returns for seven yards on special teams. (10/3 at BUF)…Collected one solo tackle on defense and one on special teams…Returned three punts for 37 yards with a long of 15. (9/26 at MIA)…Started and collected seven tackles (five solo) on defense. (9/19 vs. NE)…Started for the second consecutive week as the Jets again opened with three cornerbacks on defense…Notched four tackles (all solo), one pass defended and two quarterback hits as he was part of a secondary that held QB Tom Brady to seven-of-16 passing for 69 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in the second half. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his NFL debut as he started in a nickel formation…Recorded three tackles (all solo) and two passes defended, the first coming when he broke up a throw intended for WR Anquan Bolin in the end zone…Appeared on special teams returning two punts for eight yards. 82 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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2 – Folk, Nick – 6-1, 222 – Arizona – 4th Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Connected on both of his field goal attempts, making a 35-yard kick in the second quarter and a 42-yarder in the fourth quarter. (12/6 at NE)…Connected on one-of-two field goal attempts, making a 39-yard attempt but missing a 53-yard kick short (11/25 vs. CIN)…Made one-of-two field goals, connecting from 27 yards and going wide-left from 44…Recorded his first special teams tackle of the season. (11/21 vs. HST)…Following the first game in which he missed three field goals, he was named game captain and connected on three-of-four field goals, including kicks of 37, 33 and 30 yards…Recorded 12 points, his second-highest total this season. (11/14 at CLV)…Scored eight points, connecting on two-of-five field goal attempts and two extra-point attempts…Hit field goals of 27 and 25 yards, the second to extend the Jets lead to seven with 2:45 to play in regulation. (11/7 at DET)…Connected on all three of his field goal attempts, hitting a 31-yarder in the second quarter to open the Jets scoring, a 36-yarder as time expired in regulation to send the game into overtime and finally a 30-yarder on the Jets opening drive in OT that gave the Jets a 23-20 comeback victory. (10/31 vs. GB)…Pushed a 37-yard field goal attempt wide right in the third quarter…Snapped his streak of six consecutive games with at least six points. (10/17 at DEN)…For the second-consecutive week, established a career-high, this time with a 56-yard field goal in the third quarter to tie the game 10-10…The 56-yard field goal set a new Jets record, surpassing the previous high of 55 yards, done four times, most frequently by Jay Feely (11/1/09 vs. MIA)...Sent all five of his kickoffs deep into the DEN endzone for touchbacks, his first five touchbacks of the season…Continued his streak of scoring at least six points in every game this season as he finished the game with six points on one field goal and three extra points. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Established a new career-high with five field goals made…Connected on kicks from 25, 53, 22, 34 and 31 yards out as he also matched his then career-high, set in his rookie season of 2007 against BUF on Monday Night Football, with the 53-yard field goal in the second quarter…Posted 17 points as he has had at least six points in all five Jets games this season. (10/3 at BUF)…Named game captain and made one-of-two field goal attempts, missing a 30-yard attempt in the first quarter and connecting on a 19-yard kick in the second…Made all five of his extra points and posted eight points. (9/26 at MIA)…Connected on all four of his extra points and a 30-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter following an Eric Smith blocked punt…Missed his first field goal attempt of the season when his 61-yard try at the end of the half was blocked by Yeremiah Bell…Recorded seven points, the third-consecutive game this season he has had at least six points. (9/19 vs. NE)…Closed the first half with a 49-yard field goal, his longest as a Jet…Scored eight points adding another 36-yard field in the second half and two extra points. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his Jets debut and connected on all three field goal attempts… Made a 23-yarder in the first quarter for his first field goal as a Jet…Added a 48-yarder at the start of the fourth quarter to pull the Jets within a point. Folk’s Game-by-Game Statitics Date Opp W/L FG FGA Pct Lg XP XPA Pts 9/13 BLT L 3 3 100.0% 48 0 0 9 9/19 NE W 2 2 100.0% 49 2 2 8 9/26 @MIA W 1 2 50.0% 30 4 4 7 10/3 @BUF W 1 2 50.0% 30 5 5 8 10/11 MIN W 5 5 100.0% 53 2 2 17 10/17@DEN W 1 1 100.0% 56 3 3 6 10/31 GB L 0 1 0.0% 0 0 0 11/7 @DET W 3 3 100.0% 36 2 2 11 11/14 @CLV W 2 5 40.0% 27 2 2 8 11/21 HST W 3 4 75.0% 37 3 3 12 11/25 CIN W 1 2 50.0% 27 3 3 6 12/6 @NE L 1 2 50.0% 39 0 0 3 12/12 MIA L 2 2 100.0% 42 0 0 6 2010 Totals 25 34 73.5% 56 26 26 101 Career Totals 89 115 77.4% 56 157 157 424 46 – Purdum, Tanner – 6-3, 270 – Baker – 1st Year – FA-10 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Named game captain prior to the contest…Long-snapped as Steve Weatherford tied his season-high with eight punts and Nick Folk’s two made field goals. (12/6 at NE)…Long-snapped for both of Nick Folk’s field goal attempts and all three of Steve Weatherford’s punts. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Long-snapped for both of Nick Folk’s field goal attempts, his three extra points and all of Steve Weatherford’s season-high eight punts. (11/21 vs. HST)…Served as the long-snapper for all four of Steve Weatherford’s punts and Nick Folk’s four field goals and three extra points. (11/14 at NEWYORKJETS.COM 83

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CLV)…Long-snapped for each of Steve Weatherford’s three punts and Nick Folk’s five field goal attempts. (11/7 at DET)… Long-snapped for all three of Nick Folk’s field goals, his two extra points and Steve Weatherford’s seven punts…Collected the first tackle of his career on special teams. (10/31 vs. GB)…Long-snapped for each of Steve Weatherford’s five punts and Nick Folk’s lone field goal attempt. (10/17 at DEN)…Served as the long-snapper for Nick Folk’s lone field goal attempt, the team’s three extra points and Steve Weatherford’s five punts. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Long-snapped as Nick Folk established a new career-high with five made field goals and as Steve Weatherford tied his career-high with four punts inside the 20-yard line. (10/3 at BUF)…Served as the team’s long-snapper for Steve Weatherford’s six punts and Nick Folk’s two field goals and five extra points. (9/26 at MIA)…Collected the first special teams tackle of his career while long-snapping for four punts, two field goals and four extra points. (9/19 vs. NE)…Appeared on special teams, long-snapping for two field goal attempts, two extra points and four punts. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Made his NFL debut as he served as the long-snapper for all three field goal attempts and all six punts. 9 – Weatherford, Steve – 6-3, 215 – Illinois – 5th Year – FA-09 SEASON NOTES: (12/12 vs. MIA)…Matched his season-high as he punted eight times for 307 yards and placed a careerbest six kicks inside the 20. (12/6 at NE)…Tied a season-low after punting three times for 92 yards…Failed to place a kick inside the 20-yard line for the first time this season and registered his lowest net average (26.3) this season. (11/25 vs. CIN)…Named game captain prior to punting a season-high eight times and placing a career-best five kicks inside the 20yard line…Recorded a 41.0 net average, the sixth-time this season he has registered a net average above 40 yards this season. (11/21 vs. HST)…Registered a career-high with a 45.3 net average after punting four times for 190 yards, placing two kicks inside the 20-yard line. (11/14 at CLV)…Punted a season-low three times for 116 yards, placing two of punts inside the 20-yard line and finishing with a 37.0 net average. (11/7 at DET)…Punted seven times, placing three kicks inside the 20-yard line for a net average of 35.4…Punted into the end zone for just the second time this season and just the first time since Week Two against NE. (10/31 vs. GB)…Did not allow a return as he punted five times for 216 yards with a net average of 43.2, the fourth-time and third-consecutive game he finished with a net average above 40 yards per game…Gained 17 yards rushing on fake punt in the first quarter. (10/17 at DEN)…Punted five times for 243 yards (48.6 average) with a 42.2 net average, the third time this season he has finished with a net average above 40 yards…Placed one kick inside the 20 yard line, the six straight game to start the season that he placed at least one kick inside the opponents’ 20 yard line. (10/11 vs. MIN)…Matched his career-high by placing four of his seven punts inside the 20-yard line…Finished the game with seven punts for 324 yards and a net average of 43.1. (10/3 at BUF)…Punted six times for 247 yards, posting a 41.2 average and a 32.8 net average…Placed one kick inside the 20, pinning BUF at the 11 on for their final drive. (9/26 at MIA)…Punted four times for 168 yards (42.0 average) with a net of 37.5…Twice pinned MIA inside the 20-yard line, including one punt that was downed at the five…Recorded a 61-yard punt with the Jets pinned inside the 10-yard line, his longest punt as a Jets since he recorded a 66-yard kick on 11/29/09 vs. CAR. (9/19 vs. NE)…Posted a 51.3 average on his four punts, his best average as Jet and highest since he has a 57.0 average at DEN on 09/21/08 as a member of NO…Placed one punt inside the 20-yard line. (9/13 vs. BLT)…Punted six times in the game for a 45.7 average (44.8 net)…Placed a career-high four punts inside the 20, including two punts inside the five-yard line. Weatherford’s Game-by-Game Statistics Date Opp W/L No Yds Avg TB In 20 Lg Blk Net 9/13 BLT L 6 274 45.7 0 4 56 0 44.8 9/19 NE W 4 205 51.3 1 1 58 0 39.8 9/26 @MIA W 4 168 42.0 0 2 61 0 37.5 10/3 @BUF W 6 241 40.2 0 1 57 0 31.8 10/11 MIN W 7 324 46.3 0 4 53 0 43.1 10/17 @DEN W 5 243 48.6 0 1 54 0 42.2 10/31 GB L 5 216 43.2 0 1 58 0 43.2 11/7 @DET W 7 295 42.1 1 3 53 0 35.4 11/14 @CLV W 3 116 38.7 0 2 43 0 37.0 11/21 HST W 4 190 47.5 0 2 57 0 45.3 11/25 CIN W 8 354 44.3 1 5 61 0 41.0 12/6 @NE L 3 92 30.7 0 0 42 0 26.3 12/12 MIA L 8 307 38.4 1 6 51 0 35.9 2010 Totals 70 3,025 43.2 4 32 61 0 39.0 NYJ Totals 150 6,382 42.5 13 57 66 0 37.8 Career Totals 349 15,029 43.1 37 104 66 0 37.0 84 NEWYORKJETS.COM

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Interception Returned for a TD By Jets Dwight Lowery, vs. MIN (Favre), 26 yds, 10/11/10 By Opp. Leigh Bodden, at NE (Sanchez), 53 yds, 11/22/09 Punt Returned for a TD By Jets Santana Moss at SD, 52 yds, 11/3/02 By Opp. Philip Buchanon at OAK, 78 yds, 11/9/03 Kickoff Return for a TD By Jets Brad Smith vs. CIN, 89 yds, 11/25/10 By Opp. Ted Ginn, Jr. vs. MIA, 101 yds, 11/1/09 Blocked a Field Goal By Jets Kris Jenkins vs. ARZ (Rackers) 37 yds, 9/28/08 By Opp. Yeremiah Bell, at MIA (Folk) 61 yds, 9/26/10 Blocked a Punt By Jets Eric Smith at MIA (Fields), 9/26/10 By Opp. Charlie Anderson, vs. MIA (Hodges), 12/28/08 Blocked Punt Returned for a Touchdown By Jets Brad Smith (4 yards) at NE (Hanson), 11/22/09 By Opp. Stan David (36 yards) vs. BUF (Ramsey), 12/8/84 Fumble Return for a TD By Jets Marques Douglas at IND, 1 yd, 12/27/09 By Opp. Jason Taylor, vs. MIA, 48 yds, 11/1/09 Safety By Jets vs. CIN, T. Pryce sacked C. Palmer in end zone, 11/25/10 By Opp. at BUF, C. Martin tackled in end zone, 11/7/04 100-Yard Rushing Game By a Player By Jets 133 yds, LaDainian Tomlinson at BUF, 10/3/10 117 yds, Shonn Greene at BUF, 10/3/10 By Opp. 123 yds, Maurice Jones-Drew, vs. JAX, 11/15/09 Consecutive 100-Yard Rushers By Jets *210 yds, Thomas Jones vs. BUF, 10/18/09 121 yds,Thomas Jones at OAK, 10/25/09 102 yds, Thomas Jones vs. MIA, 11/1/09 By Opp. 116 yds, Maurice Morris, at SEA, 12/21/08 127 yds, Marshawn Lynch, vs. BUF, 12/14/08 200-Yard Rushing Game By a Player By Jets *210 yds, Thomas Jones vs. BUF, 10/18/09 By Opp. 214 yds, Thurman Thomas, vs. BUF, 9/24/90 300-Yard Passing Game By a Player By Jets 315 yds, Mark Sanchez vs. HST, 11/21/10 By Opp. 326 yds, Tom Brady at NE, 12/6/10 400-Yard Passing Game By a Player By Jets 481 yds, Vinny Testaverde, at BLT, 12/24/00 By Opp. 400, Matt Cassel at NE, 11/13/08 4 Touchdown Passes By a Player By Jets 6, Brett Favre, vs. ARZ, 9/28/08 By Opp. 4, Tom Brady at NE, 12/6/10 5 Touchdown Passes By a Player By Jets 6, Brett Favre, vs. ARZ, 9/28/08 By Opp. 5, Dan Marino, vs. MIA, 11/27/88 6 Touchdown Passes By a Player By Jets 6, Brett Favre, vs. ARZ, 9/28/08 By Opp. 6, Dan Marino, vs. MIA, 9/21/86 100-Yard Receiving Game By a Player By Jets 126 yds, Santonio Holmes (7 rec.), vs. HST, 11/21/10 By Opp. 104 yds, Danny Woodhead (4 rec.), at NE, 12/6/10 200-Yard Receiving Game By a Player By Jets 204 yds, Richard Caster, at BLT, 9/24/72 By Opp. 217 yds, Mark Duper, vs. MIA, 11/10/85 *Franchise Record Shutout By Jets vs. CIN (37-0), 1/13/10 By Opp. vs. GB (9-0), 10/31/10 Game without an Offensive Touchdown By Jets vs. MIA (10-6 loss), 12/12/10 By Opp. vs. CIN (37-0), 1/3/10 200-Yards Rushing in a Game (Team) By Jets 273 yds (49 att.), at BUF, 10/3/10 By Opp. 296 yds (48 att.), vs. WAS, 11/7/07 300-Yards Rushing in a Game (Team) By Jets 316 yds (54 att.), at OAK, 10/25/09 By Opp. 328 yds (47 att.) at NE, 9/18/83 300-Yards Passing in a Game, Team (Net) By Jets 327 yds, at DET, 11/7/10 By Opp. 304 yds, at NE, 12/6/10 400-Yard Passing in a Game, Team (Net) By Jets 473 yds, at BLT, 12/24/00 By Opp. 426 yds, vs. ARZ, 9/28/08 400 Total Yards in a Game (Team) By Jets 401 yds (103 rushing, 298 passing), vs. HST, 11/21/10 By Opp. 405 yds, (101 rushing, 304 passing), at NE, 12/6/10 500 Total Yards in a Game By Jets 524 yds (51 rushing, 473 passing), at BLT, 12/24/00 By Opp. 511 yds, (125 rushing, 386 passing), at NE, 11/13/08 40 or More Total Points By Jets 47 vs. SL, (47-3), 11/9/08 By Opp. 45 at NE, (45-3), 12/6/10 50 or More Total Points By Jets 56 vs. ARZ, (56-35), 9/28/08 By Opp. 52 at MIA, (52-14), 9/3/95 Under 50 yards rushing By Jets 41 at SD, 9/22/08 By Opp. 46 vs. CIN, 11/25/10 Under 100 yards passing (Net) By Jets 60 vs. BLT, 9/13/10 By Opp. 30 vs. MIA, 12/12/10 Under 200 Total Net Yards (Team) By Jets 176 vs. BLT, 9/13/10 By Opp. 131 vs. MIA, 12/12/10 6-or-More Sacks by defense By Jets 6 vs. MIA, 11/1/09 By Opp. 6 vs. MIA, 12/12/10 3 INT by defense By Jets 3 at TB, 12/13/09 By Opp. 3 at NE, 12/6/10 4 INT by defense By Jets 4 vs. CAR, 11/29/09 By Opp 4 at NE, 11/22/09 5-or-more INT by defense By Jets 5 at DEN, 10/3/99 By Opp 6 vs. BUF, 10/18/09 Two receivers with 2 touchdowns in the same game By Jets Coles (3 TD) and Cotchery (2 TD), vs. ARZ, 9/28/08 By Opp. Reed and Tasker, 2 TD each, at BUF, 11/24/96 Missed FG Returned for a Touchdown By Jets Aaron Glenn, 104 yds, @ IND 11/15/98 (Vanderjagt 63-yard FG attempt) By Opp. Never Bold=Happened in 2010

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GAME 13 REVIEW
DOLPHINS 10, JETS 6 - DEC. 12, 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 78,948 - TIME: 3:06

STARTERS
Miami Dolphins Offense Defense 19 B.Marshall LE 70 K.Langford 77 J.Long NT 96 P .Soliai 68 R. Incognito RE 94 R.Starks 67 J.Berger SLB 55 K.Misi 79 P .McQuistan ILB 52 C.Crowder 76 L.Murtha ILB 58 K.Dansby 80 A.Fasano WLB 91 C.Wake 15 D.Bess LCB 21 V.Davis 7 C.Henne RCB 24 S.Smith 88 J.Mastrud FS 30 C.Clemons 23 R.Brown SS 37 Y.Bell New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S.Holmes END 92 S.Ellis 60 D.Ferguson NT 91 S.Pouha 68 M.Slauson T 70 M.Devito 74 N.Mangold OLB 58 B.Thomas 65 B.Moore WILL 57 B.Scott 67 D.Woody MIKE 52 D.Harris 81 D.Keller OLB 97 C.Pace 17 B.Edwards CB 24 D.Revis 6 M.Sanchez CB 31 A.Cromartie 49 T.Richardson S 33 E.Smith 21 L.Tomlinson S 22 B.Pool

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB TE RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B.Smith, CB 20 K.Wilson, RB 23 S.Greene, RB 25 J.McKnight, CB 26 D.Lowery, S 27 E.Cook, CB 30 D.Coleman, FB 38 J.Conner, LS 46 T.Purdum, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 53 J.Mauga, LB 56 L.Laury, OL 75 R.Turner, T 78 W.Hunter, TE 84 B.Hartsock, WR 88 P .Turner, WR 89 J.Cotchery, DE 93 T.Pryce, DL 98 M.Kroul, LB 99 J.Taylor 1 10 0 2 0 3 3 0 0 4 0 3 OT 0 0 TOTAL 10 6 FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) (47) (35) (42)

Miami Dolphins New York Jets

SCORING SUMMARY
Dolphins Dolphins Jets Jets 1 1 2 4 7:10 2:48 4:33 5:21 MIA 3 B.Marshall 6 yd. pass from C.Henne (D.Carpenter kick) (6-26, 2:55) 10 N.Folk 35 yd. Field Goal (7-21, 2:49) 10 N.Folk 42 yd. Field Goal (12-69, 5:14) 10 D.Carpenter 47 yd. Field Goal (6-13, 2:38) NYJ 0 0 3 6

GAME NOTES
Captains: #46 Tanner Purdum, #88 Patrick Turner, #89 Jerricho Cotchery, #98 Matt Kroul, #99 Jason Taylor Offense: Joe McKnight recorded the first reception of his NFL career when he caught a five-yard pass from Mark Sanchez in the third quarter. Defense: The Jets defense allowed 89 total yards of offense in the first half and just 23 yards passing. Both are the lowest numbers allowed by the Jets since Week Five when they allowed 51 yards of offense and 15 yards passing against MIN. The Jets finished the game with 131 yards allowed, the fewest yards allowed since they gave up 124 yards at TB (12/13/09) and just 30 passing yards allowed, the fewest since they allowed 0 against CIN (1/3/10). Five Sacks, Three Fumble Recoveries: The five sacks by the Jets defense were the most in a game since they recorded six against MIA (11/1/09). Their three fumble recoveries were the most the team has recorded since they had three recoveries against SL (11/9/08). Calvin Pace sacked Chad Henne in the second quarter forcing a fumble that was recovered by Sione Pouha. On the season, Pace now has 4.5 sacks and Pouha has three fumble recoveries.

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They recovered their second fumble of the game after Brodney Pool stripped RB Ronnie Brown of the ball before it was recovered by Jason Taylor. Pool would later record his first sack as a Jet when he sacked Henne in the third quarter for a loss of six yards. It was the fifth sack of Pool’s career and first since last season’s opener against MIN (9/13/09). After an aborted handoff by Henne, the Jets recovered their third fumble of the game when Pool recovered the ball and returned it six yards. After previously recording his first forced fumble and sack as a Jet earlier in the game, Pool notched his first fumble recovery and returned it six yards. Shaun Ellis sacked Henne for a seven yard loss in the third quarter. Ellis now has 4.5 sacks this season and 72.5 for his career. Ellis and Pace are now tied for the team lead in sacks. Sione Pouha sacked Henne for a loss of six yards in the fourth quarter. He now has two sacks this season and 2.5 for his career. The Jets recorded their single-game season-high fifth sack when Bryan Thomas sacked Henne for a loss of two yards. Thomas now has a four sacks this season and 29 for his career. Special Teams: Brad Smith returned the opening kickoff for 45 yards. It was the fourth time this season that Smith has had a kickoff return of at least 40 yards.

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
RUSHING R.Brown R.Williams C.Henne L.Polite Total PASSING C.Henne R. Brown Total ATT CMP 18 5 1 0 19 5 ATT 16 10 4 2 32 YDS 55 0 55 NO 2 2 1

Miami Dolphins
YDS 55 34 7 5 101

AVG 3.4 3.4 1.8 2.5 3.2 LG 28 0 28

LG 10 8 10 3 10 IN 0 0 0 LG 28 10 6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 RT 58.3 39.6 57.1 TD 0 1 0

RUSHING L.Tomlinson M.Sanchez S.Greene B.Smith Total PASSING M.Sanchez Total ATT 44 44 CMP 17 17

ATT 19 2 8 2 31

New York Jets
YDS 49 20 17 1 87

AVG 2.6 10.0 2.1 0.5 2.8 TD 0 0

LG 8 14 6 3 14 LG 42 42 LG 16 18 15 42 6 17 5 42 LG 0 TB 1 FC 0 0 0 0 0 FC 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 IN 1 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 IN20 6 LG 16 14 0 0 16 LG 45 45 LG 51 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 RT 45.3 45.3

SK/YD 5/25 0/0 5/25 YDS 33 16 6

TD 1 0 1 AVG 16.5 8.0 6.0

YDS 216 216 NO 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 17 NO 0

SK/YDS 6/23 6/23 YDS 69 34 29 57 5 17 5 216 YDS 0 AVG 38.4 YDS 36 32 0 0 68 YDS 94 94

PASS RECEIVING A.Fasano B.Marshall D.Bess

Total INTERCEPTIONS N.Carroll Total PUNTING B.Fields NO 10 YDS 564 NO 0 2 1 1 0 NO 3 3 NO 1 1

5

55 YDS 1 1 AVG 56.4 YDS 0 0 0 0 0 YDS 77 77

11.0 AVG 1.0 1.0 LG 1 1 TB 0 FC 4 0 0 0 4 FC 0 0

28 TD 0 0 IN20 1 LG 0 0 0 0 0 LG 27 27

1

PASS RECEIVING J.Cotchery D.Keller S.Greene S.Holmes L.Tomlinson B.Edwards J.McKnight Total INTERCEPTIONS Total

AVG 13.8 11.3 9.7 28.5 2.5 17.0 5.0 12.7 AVG 0 NET 35.9 AVG 7.2 10.7 0.0 0.0 7.6 AVG 31.3 31.3

NET 49.6 AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 AVG 25.7 25.7

LG 69 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0

PUNTING S.Weatherford PUNT RETURNS A.Cromartie S.Holmes J.Cotchery [DOWNED] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B.Smith Total

NO 8

YDS 307 NO 5 3 1 1 9 NO 3 3

PUNT RETURNS D.Bess [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] [TOUCHBACK] Total KICKOFF RETURNS N.Carroll Total

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FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
Dolphins 6 2 3 1 20% 0% 131 56 2.3 101 32 3.2 0-0 30 Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass 5-25 PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED 19-5-0 Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) 1.3 KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks 3-3-0 PUNTS Number and Average 10-56.4 Had Blocked 0 FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 49.6 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING Jets 14 4 10 0 29% 0% 280 81 3.5 87 31 2.8 4-7 193 6-23 44-17-1 3.9 3-1-0 8-38.4 0 0-0 35.9 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Lost TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Kickoff Returns EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION Dolphins 1 0-0 3-77 1-1 5-36 3-3 1 0 1 0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 1-1 0 10 26:12 Jets 68 9-68 3-94 0-0 6-50 4-1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-0 0 6 33:48

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player B.Scott S.Pouha D.Harris C.Pace B.Pool E.Smith M.DeVito V.Gholston TT 9 8 6 6 6 6 4 3 A 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 S 7 6 4 4 4 4 2 2 S-yds 0-0 1-6 0-0 1-4 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT B.Thomas 3 D.Revis 2 A.Cromartie 1 M.Kroul 1 D.Lowery 1 D.Coleman 0 S.Ellis 0 J.Taylor 0

A 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

S 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S-yds I-yds 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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GAME 12 REVIEW
PATRIOTS 45, JETS 3 - DEC. 6, 2010 - GILLETTE STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 68,756 - TIME: 2:54

STARTERS
New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S. Holmes END 92 S. Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson DB 30 D. Coleman 74 N. Mangold OLB 58 B. Thomas 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 81 D. Keller OLB 97 C. Pace 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie 89 J. Cotchery S 33 E. Smith 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool New England Patriots Offense Defense 83 W. Welker LE 75 V. Wilfork 72 M. Light NT 92 G. Warren 70 L. Mankins OLB 96 J. Cunningham 67 D. Koppen ILB 59 G. Guyton 63 D. Connolly ILB 51 J. Mayo 76 S. Vollmer OLB 95 T. Banta-Cain 85 A. Hernandez DB 28 D. Butler 19 B. Tate LCB 32 D. McCourty 12 T. Brady RCB 27 K. Arrington 39 D. Woodhead S 36 J. Sanders 84 D. Branch S 31 B. Meriweath-

er

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB WR RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB WR

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B.Smith, CB 20 K. Wilson, RB 23 S.Greene, RB 25 J.McKnight, CB 26 D.Lowery, CB 34 M.Cole, CB, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, FB 49 T.Richardson, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 53 J.Mauga, LB 56 L.Laury, DE 70 M.Devito, OL 75 R.Turner, T 78 W.Hunter, TE 84 B.Hartsock, WR 88 P .Turner, DE 93 T.Pryce, LB 99 J.Taylor 1 New York Jets 0 New England Patriots 17 2 3 7 3 0 7 4 0 14 OT 0 0 TOTAL 3 45 FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) 53SH (39) (41)

SCORING SUMMARY
Patriots Patriots Patriots Jets Patriots Patriots Patriots Patriots 1 10:57 1 4:02 1 1:01 2 12:14 2 8:15 3 4:40 4 14:57 4 9:20 NYJ S.Graham 41 yd. Field Goal (9-52, 4:03) 0 B.Green-Ellis 1 yd. run (S.Graham kick) (6-57, 2:48) 0 D.Branch 25-yd. pass from T.Brady (S.Graham kick) (4-32, 1:30) 0 N.Folk 39 yd. Field Goal (8-46, 3:47) 3 B.Tate 4 yd. pass from T.Brady (S.Graham kick) (7-67, 3:59) 3 W.Welker 18 yd. pass from T.Brady (S.Graham kick) (8-93, 4:35) 3 A.Hernandez 1 yd. pass from T.Brady (S.Graham kick) (8-94, 3:53) B.Green-Ellis 5 yd. run (S.Graham kick) (6-28, 3:26) 3 NE 3 10 17 17 24 31 3 45

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FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
RUSHING S. Greene L. Tomlinson M. Sanchez J.McKnight B. Smith Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT CMP 33 17 ATT 13 10 4 3 1 31 YDS 164

New York Jets
YDS 64 47 20 19 2 152

AVG 4.9 4.7 5.0 6.3 2.0 4.9 LG 24

LG 13 14 11 11 2 14 IN 3

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 RT 27.8

RUSHING B. Green-Ellis D. Woodhead F. Taylor B. Tate T. Brady Total PASSING T. Brady ATT 29

New England Patriots
ATT 18 2 4 1 1 26 YDS 72 11 9 6 3 101 AVG 4.0 5.5 2.3 6.0 3.0 3.9

LG 13 7 6 6 3 13 LG 50

TD 2 0 0 0 0 2 IN 0 RT 148.9

SK/YD 1/15

TD 0

CMP 21

YDS 326

SK/YDS 3/22

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FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS CONTINUED
PASS RECEIVING S. Holmes D. Keller B. Edwards L. Tomlinson J. Cotchery S. Greene Total INTERCEPTIONS NO 7 3 2 2 2 1 17 NO YDS 72 27 39 14 9 3 164 YDS AVG 10.3 9.0 19.5 7.0 4.5 3.0 9.6 AVG LG LG 22 15 24 8 7 3 24 TD TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PASS RECEIVING W. Welker D. Woodhead D. Branch A. Hernandez R. Gronkowski B. Green-Ellis S. Morris B. Tate Total INTERCEPTIONS J. Sanders B. Spikes D. McCourty Total LG 42 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 PUNTING Z. Mesko PUNT RETURNS J. Edelman [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Tate Total NO 3 NO 7 4 3 3 1 1 1 1 21 NO 1 1 1 3 YDS 140 NO 1 1 1 1 NO 2 2 YDS 80 104 64 51 12 7 4 4 326 YDS 28 5 0 33 AVG 46.7 YDS 13 0 0 13 YDS 42 42 AVG 11.4 26.0 21.3 17.0 12.0 7.0 4.0 4.0 15.5 AVG 28.0 5.0 0.0 11.0 NET 38.0 AVG 13.0 0.0 0.0 13.0 AVG 21.0 21.0 LG 18 50 25 35 12 7 4 4 50 LG 28 5 0 28 TB 0 FC 0 0 0 0 FC 0 0 TD 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 TD 0 0 0 0 IN20 1 LG 13 0 0 13 LG 21 21 LG 52 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0

PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. McKnight S. Holmes J. Cotchery Total

NO 3

YDS 92 NO 1 1 0 2 NO 7 1 8

AVG 30.7 YDS 18 8 0 26 YDS 140 18 158

NET 26.3 AVG 18.0 8.0 0.0 13.0 AVG 20.0 18.0 19.8

TB 0 FC 0 0 1 1 FC 0 0 0

IN20 0 LG 18 8 0 18 LG 29 18 29

KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith J. Conner Total

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
Jets 18 8 10 0 25% 67% 301 65 4.6 152 31 4.9 1-4 149 Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass 1-15 PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED 33-17-3 Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) 4.4 0 KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks 2-0-0 PUNTS Number and Average 3-30.7 Had Blocked 0-0 FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 26.3 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING Patriots 23 8 13 2 40% 100% 405 58 7.0 101 26 3.9 0-0 304 3-22 29-21-0 9.5 8-0-0 3-46.7 0-0 0-0 38.0 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION Jets 26 2-26 8-158 0-0 4-56 1-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-2 3 28:59 Patriots 46 1-13 2-42 3-33 1-10 0-0 6 2 4 6-6 6-6 0-0 0-0 1-1 4-4 5-5 0 45 31:01

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT B. Pool 11 E. Smith 10 B. Scott 7 S. Pouha 7 D. Harris 6 C. Pace 5 M. DeVito 4 A. Cromartie 2 D. Coleman 1 A 6 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 S 5 7 7 5 4 4 4 2 1 S-yds 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 PD 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT V. Gholston 1 J. Ihedigbo 1 D. Lowery 1 D. Revis 1 J. Taylor 1 S. Ellis 1 B. Thomas 1 J. Mauga 1

A 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

S 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 1-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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JETS 26, BENGALS 10 - NOV. 25, 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 78,903 - TIME: 3:08

STARTERS
Houston Texans Offense Defense 85 C.Ochocinco LDE 91 R.Geathers 77 A.Whitworth NT 94 D.Peko 62 N.Livings DT 90 P .Sims 64 K.Cook RDE 93 M.Johnson 63 B.Williams SLB 58 R.Maualuga 74 D.Roland MLB 57 D.Jones 84 J.Gresham WLB 55 K.Rivers 82 R.Kelly LCB 26 J.Wade 81 T.Owens RCB 29 L.Hall 9 C.Palmer SS 20 R.Nelson 32 C.Benson FS 41 C.Ndukwe New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S.Holmes END 92 S.Ellis 60 D.Ferguson NT 91 S.Pouha 68 M.Slauson T 70 M.Devito 74 N.Mangold OLB 58 B.Thomas 65 B.Moore WILL 57 B.Scott 67 D.Woody MIKE 52 D.Harris 81 D.Keller OLB 97 C.Pace 17 B.Edwards CB 24 D.Revis 6 M.Sanchez CB 31 A.Cromartie 16 B.Smith S 36 J.Leonhard 21 L.Tomlinson S 33 E.Smith

WR LT LG C RG RT TE TE WR QB HB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB WR RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, CB 20 K.Wilson, S 22 B.Pool, RB 23 S.Greene, RB 25 J.McKnight, CB 30 D.Coleman, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, FB 49 T.Richardson, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 53 J.Mauga, LB 56 L.Laury, OL 75 R.Turner, T 78 W.Hunter, TE 82 M.Mulligan, TE 84 B.Hartsock, WR 88 P .Turner, DE 93 T.Pryce, LB 99 J.Taylor 1 0 0 2 7 3 3 0 14 4 3 9 OT 0 0 TOTAL 10 26 FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) 27 WL (28) (27) 44WL

Cincinnati Bengals New York Jets

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Bengals Jets Jets Bengals Jets Jets 2 9:01 2 0:43 3 14:13 3 4:09 4 12:33 4 12:18 4 6:52 CIN 0 J.Shipley 5 yd. pass from C.Palmer (A.Pettrey kick) (10-63, 2:11) 7 B.Smith 53 yd. run (N.Folk kick) (2-69, 0:47) 7 S.Holmes 13 yd. pass from M.Sanchez (N.Folk kick) (2-14, 0:48) 7 A.Pettrey 28 yd. Field Goal (6-15, 2:17) 10 B.Smith 89 yd. kickoff return (N.Folk kick) (0-0, 0:15) 10 C.Palmer sacked in end zone by T.Pryce for a Safety 10 N.Folk 27 yd. Field Goal (9-69, 4:05) NYJ 3 3 10 17 17 24 26

GAME NOTES
Captains: #6 Mark Sanchez, #9 Steve Weatherford, #10 Santonio Holmes, #16 Brad Smith, #38 John Conner Winning Ways: The Jets 9-2 mark is their best record after 11 games since they opened the season 10-1 in 1986. That season they finished with a 10-6 mark and advanced to the Divisional Playoff game. After producing a five-game winning streak earlier this season, the Jets current streak stands at four games. The last time the team posted two separate four-game winning streaks in a season was 1998 when they won four straight from 10/19/98 to 11/8/98 and then closed the season on a six-game streak from 11/22/98 to 12/27/98. That season the Jets went 12-4 and advanced to the AFC Championship Game. The team’s ninth win of the season guarantees Head Coach Rex Ryan winning seasons in each of his first two years. General Manager Mike Tannenbaum now has four winning seasons in his five seasons since becoming GM in 2006. Jets Chairman and CEO Woody Johnson has now had eight winning seasons in his 11 years as the team’s owner.

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RG Brandon Moore made his 100th consecutive start for the Jets. Despite not practicing all week with a knee injury, RT Damien Woody started, the 43rd consecutive regular season game LT D’Brickashaw Ferguson, C Nick Mangold, Moore and Woody have started together. The foursome has started every game together. Beginning with the 2008 regular season opener. Following a special teams takeaway, QB Mark Sanchez found WR Santonio Holmes for 13-yard touchdown, the third touchdown connection between the two in the last two games. Sanchez has now thrown touchdown passes in four consecutive games, matching the longest streak of his career, initially set his rookie season from 10/25/09 to 11/22/09. The Jets posted 170 yards on 37 carries (4.6 average), marking the fourth-time this season they have run for at least 150 yards – 273 at BUF (10/3), 155 yards vs. MIN (10/11) and 172 at CLV (11/14) in overtime. Brad Smith, Bengal Hunter: WR Brad Smith became the third wide receiver in NFL history since 1950 to record a rushing touchdown and kick return for a touchdown in the same game, joining Billy “White Shoes” Johnson achieved the feat for HOU in 1977 and Bobby Mitchell for CLE in 1960. Smith took an end-around handoff and ran 53 yards for a touchdown. It is the second rushing touchdown of Smith’s career (last 1/3/10 vs. CIN), the longest touchdown run of his career and the second-longest run of his career (57 yards vs. CIN, 1/3/10). It was Smith’s 57-yard run out of wildcat formation that led to the first Jets points in last season’s regular-season finale against CIN. After a CIN field goal cut the Jets lead to seven in the fourth-quarter, Smith took the ensuing kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown. On the play, Smith lost his shoe and ran the last 50 yards without it. It was Smith’s longest return this season and second-longest kickoff return of his career (106 yards, at IND 12/27). Smith finished the game with 55 yards rushing, 23 yards receiving and 122 yards on kickoff returns, for 200 all-purpose yards, only the second time in his career he has tallied at least 200 yards. The only other time he collected 200 all-purpose yards was earlier this season at MIA when he collected 11 yards receiving, 41 yards rushing and 150 yards on kickoff returns. After scoring on both a kickoff return and rushing attempt, Smith registered the first multi-touchdown game of his career. He has now scored seven total touchdowns in his career, including two receiving touchdowns, two rushing touchdowns, two kickoff returns for touchdowns and a blocked punt return for a touchdown. Smith has also thrown a touchdown pass. Defense: The Jets defense held CIN to season-lows of 163 total net yards and 46 rushing yards. Tonight’s game marks the second time this season the Jets have held their opponent to under 50 yards rushing and third time in Coach Ryan’s first two seasons as head coach. The 163 yards of total offense are the fewest allowed by the Jets since they gave up 124 yards of total offense at TB (12/13/09). The Jets defense limited CIN WRs Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco to a combined 58 yards receiving on seven receptions. Owens caught three passes for 17 yards while Ochocinco had four catches for 41 yards. S Jim Leonhard intercepted a QB Carson Palmer pass in the second quarter, the Jets first interception since CB Dwight Lowery picked off QB Brett Favre vs. MIN (10/11). It is the first interception of the season for Leonhard, and fifth of his career. With the Bengals deep in Jets territory, CB Antonio Cromartie intercepted his third pass of the season when he picked off Palmer in the end zone. His three interceptions lead the team this season, and are the most Cromartie has had since 2007, when he intercepted 10 passes. With three takeaways (two interceptions, one fumble recovery), the Jets matched their season-high for takeaways set three other teams, last vs. MIN (10/11). LB Calvin Pace sacked Palmer for a four-yard loss in the fourth quarter. On the season, Pace now has 2.5 sacks on the season and 32.5 for his career. Later in the fourth quarter, LB David Harris sacked Palmer for a loss of eight yards, his second sack this season, giving him 13.5 for his career. After sacking Palmer in the end zone, DE Trevor Pryce recorded the first Jets safety since 12/28/03. It was the first sack for Pryce as a Jet and the 91st of his career. Special Teams: On a P Steve Weatherford punt, CIN WR Andre Caldwell touched a punt that bounced all the way down to the 14-yard line before S James Ihedigbo recovered the fumble. It was the Jets second special teams takeaway this season and first since BUF (10/3).

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FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
RUSHING C.Benson C.Palmer Total PASSING C.Palmer C.Ochocinco Total ATT CMP 38 17 1 0 39 17 ATT 18 2

Cincinnati Bengals
YDS 41 5 AVG 2.3 2.5

LG 14 6 14 IN 2 0 2 LG 12 12 8 25 3 0 25

TD 0 0 0 RT 41.0 39.6 40.0 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

20 YDS 135 0 135 NO 5 4 3 2 2 1 17 NO 1 1 NO 7 YDS 290 NO 4 1 1 1 5 NO 5 5 AVG 41.4 YDS 6 0 0 0 6 YDS 97 97

46 SK/YD 3/18 0/0 3/18 YDS 38 41 17 36 3 0 135 YDS 11 11 TD 1 0 1

2.3 LG 25 0 25

RUSHING S.Greene B.Smith L.Tomlinson M.Sanchez Total PASSING M.Sanchez Total ATT 28 28 CMP 16 16

ATT 18 3 13 3 37

New York Jets
YDS 70 55 49 -4 17

AVG 3.9 18.3 3.8 -1.3 4.6 TD 1 1

LG 9 53 9 -1 53 LG 23 23 LG 16 21 15 9 23.0 11 5 23 LG 9 2 9 TB 1 FC 1 1 0 2 FC 70 0 0

TD 0 1 0 0 1 IN 1 1 RT 71.4 71.4

YDS 166 166 NO 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 16 NO 1 1 2

SK/YDS 2/17 2/17 YDS 44 49 20 14 1 11 5 166 YDS 9 2 11 AVG 44.3 YDS 9 1 0 10 YDS 122 7 129

PASS RECEIVING J.Shipley C.Ochocinco T.Owens J.Gresham B.Leonard C.Benson Total INTERCEPTIONS R.Maualuga Total PUNTING K.Huber PUNT RETURNS Q.Cosby A.Caldwell [DOWNED] [TOUCHBACK] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B.Scott Total

AVG 7.6 10.3 5.7 18.0 1.5 0.0 7.9 AVG 11.0 11.0 LG 11 11 TB 0 FC 1 0 0 0 1 FC 40 0

PASS RECEIVING S.Holmes D.Keller B.Edwards L.Tomlinson B.Smith S.Greene P .Turner Total INTERCEPTIONS A.Cromartie J.Leonhard Total

AVG 8.8 12.3 10.0 7.0 23 11.0 5.0 10.4 AVG 9.0 2.0 5.5 NET 41.0 AVG 4.5 0.5 0.0 2.5 AVG 40. 7.0 32.3

TD 1 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 1 TD 0 0 0 IN20 5 LG 5 1 0 5 LG 89 7 89 LG 61 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 1 0 1

TD 0 0 IN20 2 LG 5 0 0 0 5 LG 33 33 LG 57 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0

NET 40.0 AVG 1.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.2 AVG 19. 19.4

PUNTING S.Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J.Leonhard K.Wilson [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B.Smith K.Wilson Total

NO 8

YDS 354 NO 2 2 1 4 NO 3 1 4

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
Bengals 13 1 10 2 27% 0% 163 62 2.6 46 20 2.3 1-2 117 Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass 3-18 PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED39-17-2 Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) 2.8 KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks 4-0-0 PUNTS Number and Average 7-41.4 Had Blocked 0 FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 40.0 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING Jets 18 8 9 1 23% 0% 319 67 4.8 170 37 4.6 1-4 149 2-17 28-16-1 5.0 5-0-0 8-44.3 0 0-0 41.0 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Lost TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Kickoff Returns EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION Bengals 17 5-6 5-97 1-11 2-25 1-1 1 0 1 0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-3 1-1 0 10 26:31 Jets 21 4-10 4-129 2-11 8-64 0-0 3 1 1 1 3-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 26 33:29

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DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT E. Smith 8 B. Scott 7 D. Harris 6 C. Pace 5 A. Cromartie 4 D. Coleman 2 J. Leonhard 2 S. Pouha 2 A 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 S 8 6 5 4 4 2 2 1 S-yds 0 0-0 1-8 1-4 0 0 0 0-0 I-yds 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-9 0 1-2 0-0 PD 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT T. Pryce 2 D. Revis 2 S. Ellis 1 V. Gholston 1 B. Pool 1 J. Taylor 1 B. Thomas 1

A 1 1 1 0 1 1 0

S 1 1 0 1 0 0 1

S-yds I-yds 1-6 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 1 0 0 1 2 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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JETS 30, TEXANS 27 - NOV. 21, 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 78,843 - TIME: 3:12

STARTERS
Houston Texans Offense Defense 80 A. Johnson LDE 94 A. Smith 76 D. Brown NT 95 S. Cody 74 W. Smith DT 91 A. Okoye 55 C. Myers RDE 90 M. Williams 65 M. Brisiel SLB 56 B. Cushing 73 E. Winston MLB 57 K. Bentley 86 J. Casey WLB 51 D. Sharpton 83 K. Walter LCB 29 G. Quin 8 M. Schaub RCB 25 K. Jackson 89 D. Anderson SS 31 B. Pollard 12 J. Jones FS 26 E. Wilson New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S. Holmes END 92 S. Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson T 70 M. DeVito 74 N. Mangold WILL 57 B. Scott 65 B. Moore MIKE 52 D. Harris 67 D. Woody OLB 97 C. Pace 81 D. Keller CB 20 K. Wilson 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromatie 49 T. Richardson S 36 J. Leonhard 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB WR WR

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B.Smith, RB 23 S.Greene, RB 25 J.McKnight, CB 30 D.Coleman, S 33 E.Smith, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 55 J.Westerman, LB 56 L.Laury, LB 58 B.Thomas, OL 75 R.Turner, TE 82 M. Mulligan, TE 84 B. Hartsock, WR 88 P Turner, DE 93 T.Pryce, DL 98 M.Kroul, LB 99 J.Taylor . 1 0 3 2 7 10 3 0 7 4 20 10 OT 0 0 TOTAL 27 30 FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) (38) (22) (37) (33) 53SH (30)

Houston Texans New York Jets

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Texans Jets Jets Jets Jets Texans Texans Texans Texans Jets 1 2 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 11:28 10:17 5:18 0:58 4:38 14:51 12:21 9:14 2:18 0:55 0:10 HST 0 7 B. Edwards 4 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk Kick) (10-78, 4:59) 7 N. Folk 33 yd. Field Goal (8-33, 3:15) 7 S. Holmes 41 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (9-92, 4:06) 7 N. Folk 30 yd. Field Goal (4-10, 1:28) 7 N. Rackers 38 yd. Field Goal (7-59, 2:30) 10 J. Dreessen 43 yd. pass from M. Schaub (N. Rackers kick) (1-43, 0:09)17 A. Foster 1 yd. run (N. Rackers kick) (7-73, 3:51) 24 N. Rackers 22 yd. Field Goal (4-6, 0:57) 27 S. Holmes 6 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (5-72, 0:45) 27 N. Folk 37 yd. Field Goal (6-10, 1:47) A. Foster 2 yd. run (N. Rackers kick) (11-67, 5:35) NYJ 3 3 10 13 20 23 23 23 23 23 30

GAME NOTES
Captains: #2 Nick Folk, #21 LaDainian Tomlinson, #25 Joe McKnight, #30 Drew Coleman, #75 Robert Turner, Assistant Special Teams Coach Ben Kotwica Winning Ways: With their 30-27 win, the Jets ran their record to 8-2, their best record after 10 games since the team posted a 9-1 mark in 1986. That season, the Jets finished 10-6 and reached the AFC Divisional Playoff Game. After becoming the first team in NFL history to advance to the postseason with two separate losing streaks of three games, the Jets have now posted two winning streaks of at least three games this season, the second time in Head Coach Rex Ryan’s tenure with the club they have accomplished that feat. Prior to Rex Ryan, the last time the Jets had two separate three-game winning streaks was 2004, when

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they opened the season 5-0 and then won three consecutive games from 11/21/04 to 12/5/05 and ended the year with a 10-6 record. Close games: Today’s game marked the third consecutive game and fifth overall contest this season that has been decided by seven points or less. The Jets have posted a 4-1 record in those games, earning a 24-20 victory at Denver (10/17), 23-20 win at Detroit (11/7), 26-20 win at Cleveland (11/14) in addition to today’s win versus the Texans. The sole loss was a 10-9 defeat versus Baltimore (9/13) in the season opener. Also, the Jets are 2-1in games decided by three points or less. In 2009, the Jets played eight games decided by seven points or less, registering a 3-5 mark in those contests, and three games decided by three points or less, going 0-3 in those contests. The last time the Jets played three consecutive games decided by seven points or less was 2007 when they lost 20-13 at BLT (9/16/07), won 31-28 vs. MIA (9/23/07) and lost 17-14 at BUF (9/30/07). Comeback Trail: The fourth-quarter comeback with 55 seconds remaining in the game marks the third time this season the Jets have won the game with a touchdown in the final two minutes of the game this season. Previously, they scored on a two-yard RB LaDainian Tomlinson run with 1:13 remaining after a 10-play, 80-yard drive to beat DEN (10/17) on the road and again when they scored on the final play of the game on a 37-yard touchdown pass to WR Santonio Holmes with 16 seconds remaining in overtime last week against CLV (11/14). Offense: WR Santonio Holmes totaled seven catches for 126 yards and two touchdowns, including a game-winning six-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds remaining in the game. It marked his tenth career 100-yard receiving game and his second consecutive such outing for the Jets. It marked second consecutive game that he scored the decisive touchdown. Holmes scored his first touchdown of the game on a 41-yard reception. Holmes 126 receiving yards represented his highest single-game total since he caught eight passes for 149 yards vs. OAK (12/6/09) and he scored two touchdowns in a game for the first time since he played at BLT (12/14/07).Last week at CLV (11/14), Holmes scored the winning touchdown on a 37-yard reception in overtime. Today’s effort also marked the fourth game this season that Holmes has been involved in a key play that led to a Jets victory. At DET (11/7), his 52-yard reception in overtime set up Nick Folk’s gamewinning 30-yard field goal. At DEN (10/17), Holmes drew a pass interference call that set up the winning touchdown in a 24-20 victory. In the 25th regular season start of his NFL career, QB Mark Sanchez completed 22-of-38 passes for 315 yards and three touchdowns with one interception for a 100.2 passer rating. Over his last three games, all Jets wins, Sanchez has thrown for 950 yards on 71-of-121 passing with six touchdowns, three interceptions and an 89.9 rating. In those contests, Sanchez has posted the three highest single-game totals for passing yards of his career, throwing for a career-high 336 yards in an overtime win at DET (11/7), 299 yards in an overtime win at CLV (11/14) and 315 yards today vs. HST. His 100.2 passer rating in today’s game marked the eighth time in his career that Sanchez has posted a passer rating of 100-or-more, while his three touchdown passes equal a career-high, achieved twice prior to today, most recently at MIA (9/26/10). Sanchez entered today’s game with a league-leading 891 yards passing over the last three weeks. Over the last four games, has thrown for 1,206 yards and six touchdowns on 87-of-159 passing with five interceptions. As a starter, Sanchez owns a record of 16-9 during the regular season and an 18-10 mark, including the postseason. On the drive that produced the Jets first touchdown of the game, WR Patrick Turner recorded his first career NFL reception, a 21-yard gain and, on the following play, FB Tony Richardson, gained two yards on his first rushing attempt of the season. With his four-yard touchdown reception that provided the Jets with a 10-7 advantage, WR Braylon Edwards now has a team-leading six touchdown catches. Edwards ended the game with four receptions for 86 yards to increase his totals to 33 receptions for a team-high 598 yards and six touchdowns. The Jets totaled 103 rushing yards on 31 attempts to increase their streak to 12 consecutive 100-yard rushing performances, the longest active streak in the NFL. LaDainian Tomlinson: With his eighth carry of the game, Tomlinson moved past both Edgerrin James (3,028) and Marcus Allen (3,022) for sixth place on the all-time rushing attempts list. Tomlinson finished the game with 12 carries, giving him 3,033 for his career. Tomlinson needs 30 rushing attempts to surpass Barry Sanders (3,062) for fifth all-time. With 36 rushing yards and 71 receiving yards, Tomlinson surpassed 100 yards of total offense for the second consecutive game after gaining 110 yards of total offense at CLV (57 rushing, 53 receiving). The last time Tomlinson had consecutive games with 100 yards of total offense was 2008, when he gained 170 yards (105 rushing, 65 receiving) at NO (10/26/08) and then 117 (78 rushing, 39 receiving) vs. KC (11/9/08). With those 107 yards from scrimmage, Tomlinson surpassed former Jets RB Curtis Martin (17,430) for seventh-place on the all-time yards from scrimmage list. Tomlinson now has 17,452 yards from scrimmage (13,182 yards rushing, 4,270 yards receiving). Tomlinson needs 202 yards from scrimmage to pass Marcus Allen (17,654) for sixth-place all-time. This season, Tomlinson has totaled 688 yards and five touchdowns on 153 carries (4.5 avg.) and 315 yards on a team-leading 43 receptions. He leads the Jets in rushing yards, rushing attempts, rushing touchdowns and receptions. Defense: On the final play of the first half, LB Bryan Thomas sacked QB Matt Schaub for an eight-yard loss, his third-sack this season and second in the last three weeks. Thomas now has 28 career sacks. DT Mike Devito forced a RB Arian Foster fumble that was recovered by S Jim Leonhard. It was the first forced fumble of Devito’s career

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and first fumble recovery for Leonhard this season and the third of his career. This was the Jets 12th fumble recovery of the season. The entered the game with an NFL high 11 opponents’ fumbles recovered. After winning the toss and electing to defer, the Jets defense produced a three-and-out, leading to a 37-yard K Nick Folk field goal. This was the fourth-time this season the Jets have forced a three-and-out on the opponents’ opening drive. The Jets would go on to force four HST three-and-outs in the game. Special Teams: Following an opening possession three-and-out, S. Jim Leonhard returned a Matt Turk punt 30 yards, setting up a Jets opening drive at the HST 29-yard line that resulted in a field goal. The return was the longest punt return by the Jets since Leonhard returned a punt 32 yards in the season-opener against BLT and the Jets fourth punt return of 20+ yards this season. After his 37-yard field goal to opening the scoring, K Nick Folk has now scored the game’s first points four times this season. The Jets (at CLV, at DET and vs. MIN) have won three of those contests and lost one (vs. BLT). Folk finished the game three-for-four on field goal attempts, connecting on kicks from 37, 33 and 30 yards away. P Steve Weatherford established a career high with a net average of 45.3 yards, surpassing the 45.0 net average he posted on four punts against IND in the AFC Championship game (1/24/10).On his first punt of the game, Steve Weatherford punted 50 yards, pinning HST at the five-yard line. Weatherford finished the game with four punts for 190 yards and two punts inside the 20-yard line, giving him 21 punts inside the 20 this season.

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
RUSHING A. Foster J. Jones M. Schaub D. Ward Total PASSING M. Schaub ATT CMP 33 19 ATT 22 1 1 2 26 YDS 254 NO 6 4 4 2 2 1 19 NO 1 NO 6 YDS 244 NO 1 1 1 1 NO 6 1 7

Houston Texans
YDS 84 10 3 0 97 SK/YD 1/8 YDS 59 106 32 38 16 3 254 YDS 18 TD 1 AVG 9.8 26.5 8.0 19.0 8.0 3.0 13.4 AVG 18.0 NET 34.0 AVG 9.0 0.0 0.0 9.0 AVG 14.0 5.0 12.7 TB 0 FC 1 0 0 1

AVG 3.8 10.0 3.0 0.0 3.7 LG 43

LG 19 10 3 1 19 IN 0 LG 20 43 20 35 13 3 43

TD 2 0 0 0 2 RT 92.2 TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

RUSHING S. Greene L. Tomlinson M. Sanchez T. Richardson B. Smith Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT 38 CMP 22

ATT 15 12 2 1 1 31

New York Jets
YDS 42 36 22 2 1 103

AVG 2.8 3.0 11.0 2.0 1.0 3.3 TD 3

LG 12 8 12 2 1 12 LG 42 LG 41 21 42 4 21 4 42 LG TB 0 FC 3 0 3 FC 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 IN 1 RT 100.2

YDS 315 NO 7 7 4 2 1 1 22 NO

SK/YDS 3/17 YDS 126 71 86 7 21 4 315 YDS AVG 47.5 YDS 39 1 40 YDS 126 126

PASS RECEIVING A. Foster J. Dreessen A. Johnson D. Anderson K. Walter J. Casey Total INTERCEPTIONS K. Bentley PUNTING M. Turk

PASS RECEIVING S. Holmes L. Tomlinson B. Edwards D. Keller P Turner . B. Smith Total INTERCEPTIONS

AVG 18.0 10.1 21.5 3.5 21.0 4.0 14.3 AVG NET 45.3 AVG 19.5 1.0 13.3 AVG 21.0 21.0

TD 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 TD IN20 2 LG 30 1 30 LG 39 39 LG 57 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0

LG 18

TD 0 IN20 3 LG 9 0 0 9 LG 47 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0

AVG 40.7 YDS 9 0 0 9 YDS 84 5 89

PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard K. Wilson Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith Total

NO 4

YDS 190 NO 2 1 3 NO 6 6

PUNT RETURNS J. Jones [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS J. Jones V. Leach Total

FC 0 0 0

LG 23 5 23

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY Texans 17 5 12 0 33% Jets 22 7 13 2 47% TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards Texans 27 1-9 7-89 1-18 3-25 Jets 40 3-40 6-126 0-0 4-39

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0% 343 60 5.7 97 26 3.7 2-2 246 Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass 1-8 PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED33-19-0 Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) 7.2 KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks 6-1-0 PUNTS Number and Average 6-40.7 Had Blocked 0 FGs - PATs Had Blocked 0-0 Net Punting Average 34.0 FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING 0% 401 72 5.6 103 31 3.3 3-10 298 3-17 38-22-1 7.3 7-0-0 4-47.5 0 0-0 45.3 FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION 1-1 3 2 1 3-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-4 2-3 0 27 25:41 1-1 3 0 3 3-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 3-4 2-5 2-2 0 30 34:19

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 8 B. Pool 5 J. Leonhard 5 B. Scott 4 S. Ellis 4 E. Smith 4 B. Thomas 3 M. DeVito 3 D. Revis 3 A 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 S 7 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 S-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-8 0-0 0-0 I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 PD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 FR 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player J. Taylor C. Pace D. Coleman A. Cromartie J. Ihedigbo S. Pouha W. Hunter K. Wilson B. Edwards

TT 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

A 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

S 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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JETS 26, BROWNS 20 - NOV. 14, 2010 - CLEVELAND BROWNS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 67,449 - TIME: 3:37

STARTERS
New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S. Holmes END 92 S. Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson T 70 M. Devito 74 N. Mangold DB 20 K. Wilson 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 84 B. Hartsock OLB 97 C. Pace 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie 49 T. Richardson S 36 J. Leonhard 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool Cleveland Browns Offense Defense 11 M. Massaquoi LE 90 K. Coleman 73 J. Thomas NT 71 A. Rubin 65 E. Steinbach RE 91 B. Schaefering 55 A. Mack OLB 53 M. Roth 68 B. Yates ILB 50 E. Barton 77 F. Womack ILB 51 C. Gocong 82 B. Watson OLB 99 S. Fujita 80 B. Robiskie LCB 21 E. Wright 12 C. McCoy RCB 24 S. Brown 83 C. Stuckey S 26 A. Elam 40 P Hillis . S 43 T. Ward

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB WR RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B.Smith, RB 23 S.Greene, RB 25 J.McKnight, CB 26 D.Lowery, CB 30 D.Coleman, CB 33 E.Smith, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 55 J.Westerman, LB 56 L.Laury, LB 58 B.Thomas, OL 75 R.Turner, T 78 W.Hunter, TE 81 D.Keller, WR 89 J.Cotchery, DE 93 T.Pryce, DL 98 M.Kroul, LB 99 J.Taylor 1 3 10 2 14 3 3 0 0 4 3 7 OT 6 0 TOTAL 26 20 FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) (27) 48WR 24RU (25) 47WR (34) (23)

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SCORING SUMMARY
Browns Jets Browns Jets Browns Jets Jets Browns Jets 1 9:52 1 5:52 1 0:16 2 11:09 2 5:13 2 0:23 4 2:42 4 0:44 5 0:16 NYJ P Dawson 34 yd. Field Goal (11-69, 5:08) . 0 N. Folk 27 yd. Field Goal (9-33, 4:00) 3 P Hillis 12 yd. run (P Dawson kick) (5-61, 2:50) . . 3 J. Cotchery 25. yd pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (9-76, 4:07) P Dawson 23 yd. Field Goal (10-66, 2:56) . 10 M. Sanchez 1 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (11-80, 4:50) 17 N. Folk 25 yd. Field Goal (13-56, 7:45) 20 M. Massaquoi 3 yd. pass from C. McCoy (P Dawson kick) (10-59, 1:58) . S. Holmes 37 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (1-37, 0:08) 26 CLV 3 3 10 10 13 13 13 20 20

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Captains: #17 Braylon Edwards, #84 Ben Hartsock, #74 Nick Mangold, #22 Brodney Pool, #55 Jamaal Westerman Offense: Second Consecutive Overtime Win With the win, the Jets are now 19-17-2 in overtime and have recorded their second overtime victory under Head Coach Rex Ryan. Coach Ryan is now 2-1 in overtime games, with both victories coming this season. With 16 seconds remaining in overtime, Sanchez connected with WR Santonio Holmes for a 37-yard touchdown reception to give the Jets their second consecutive overtime win, defeating the Browns 26-20. The touchdown was the third-latest regular-season touchdown in overtime since the overtime system was instituted in 1974. San Diego defeated Kansas City with no time remaining (11/12/78) and Baltimore defeated St. Louis with 10 seconds remaining (10/27/96).

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With the victory, the Jets became the first team in NFL history to win road games in overtime in consecutive weeks. It was the fourth-longest touchdown pass of the season. Jets longest TD passes of the season: Yards 74 67 41 37 Opponent Detroit (11/7) Miami (9/26) Buffalo (10/3) Cleveland (11/14) Players Sanchez to Edwards Sanchez to Edwards Sanchez to Edwards Sanchez to Holmes TD 0 1 1 INT 0 1 1

Sanchez’s overtime numbers: Team at DET (11/7) at CLV (11/14) Totals Holmes Stretch With 16 seconds remaining in overtime, WR Santonio Holmes caught a pass from Sanchez and raced 37 yards for the game-winning touchdown, his first touchdown for the Jets. It is the third game this season that Holmes made the key play that led to a game winning score. Last week in DET (11/17), Holmes took a pass 52 yards to setup K Nick Folk’s game-winning field goal. At DEN (10/17), he drew a 46-yard pass interference to setup RB LaDainian Tomlinson’s game-winning touchdown. Holmes finished with five receptions for a game-high 76 yards and a touchdown. For the season, Holmes has totaled 20 receptions for 321 yards and a touchdown. Hot Start After recording the first 300-yard passing game of his career (22-of-39 for 336, 1 TD and 1 INT) at DET (11/7) and leading his club to 13 points on their last three drives, QB Mark Sanchez opened the first half completing 9-of-13 passes for 83 yards and one touchdown and recording a passer rating of 112.0. He added a one-yard touchdown run to give the Jets a 17-13 halftime lead. It was his second rushing touchdown in as many weeks. Sanchez, led the Jets to scores on three of the team’s four drives in the first half (missed FG on the one non-scoring drive). First-Half Scoring Drives Plays 9 9 11 Yards 33 76 80 Time 4:00 4:07 4:50 Scoring Play 27-yard Field Goal 25-yard TD pass from Sanchez to Cotchery 1-yard TD run by Sanchez Comp ATT Yds 1 2 52 9 13 117 10 15 169

Scoring on First Drive The Jets opened the game with a score for the third time this season after driving 33 yards on 9 plays in 4:00. The drive finished with a 27-yard K Nick Folk FG. Defense: After allowing 196 yards in the first half, including 60 yards on 10 carries by RB Peyton Hillis, the Jets defense limited the Browns offense to 107 yards and a TD on 30 plays, and only 22 yards on nine carries by Hillis. The defensive unit also recorded two takeaways, both fumble recoveries. S Jim Leonhard forced a fumble by Hillis, which was recovered by LB David Harris in the first quarter. In overtime, CB Drew Coleman forced WR Chansi Stuckey to fumble and CB Antonio Cromartie recovered the ball for the Jets. Success on the Road: The Jets have now won eight consecutive regular-season games on the road and 10-of-11 games (including postseason), dating back to their 19-13 victory in Toronto over the Buffalo Bills (12/3/09). It is the longest road-winning streak in club history. The Jets previous long was six games, recorded during the 1985 and 1986 seasons. During this current streak the Jets have won at: 12/3/09 Buffalo (Toronto)19-13 12/13/09 Tampa Bay 26-3 12/27/09 Indianapolis29-15 1/9/10 Cincinnati24-14 1/17/10 San Diego17-14 1/24/10 Indianapolis17-30 9/26/10 Miami31-23 Win Win Win Win Win Loss Win

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10/3/10 10/17/10 11/7/10 11/14/10 Bold=Postseason Under Head Coach Rex Ryan the Jets have recorded an 12-4 road record (including a 2-1 postseason record). Buffalo38-14 Denver24-20 Detroit23-20 Cleveland26-20 Win Win Win Win

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
RUSHING S. Greene L. Tomlinson B. Smith M. Sanchez Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT CMP 44 27 ATT 20 18 5 2 45 YDS 299 NO 6 5 4 3 3 3 2 1 27 NO NO 3 YDS 116 NO 1 1 1 1 2 NO 3 1 1 1 4

New York Jets
YDS 72 57 39 4 172

AVG 3.6 3.2 7.8 2.0 3.8 LG 37

LG 10 9 16 3 16 IN 1 LG 21 37 22 25 16 12 14 6 37

TD 0 0 0 1 1 RT 87.2 TD 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

RUSHING P Hillis . J. Cribbs C. McCoy T. Clayton Total PASSING C. McCoy ATT 31

Cleveland Browns
ATT 19 1 4 1 25 YDS 82 14 11 0 107

AVG 4.3 14.0 2.8 0.0 4.3 TD 1

LG 14 14 6 0 14 LG 37 LG 19 10 12 5 37 18 14 37 LG 0 TB 0 FC 1 0 1 FC 0 0 0 0 0

TD 1 0 0 0 1 IN 0 TD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 TD 0 IN20 1 LG 5 0 5 LG 32 11 11 0 32 LG 53 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 RT 88.8

SK/YD 2/15 YDS 53 76 59 43 25 22 15 6 299 YDS AVG 38.7 YDS 18 18 0 0 36 YDS 69 12 0 0 81

TD 2 AVG 8.8 15.2 14.8 14.3 8.3 7.3 7.5 6.0 11.1 AVG

CMP 18

YDS 205 NO 5 4 4 2 1 1 1 18 NO 1

SK/YDS 3/9 YDS 74 27 27 8 37 18 14 205 YDS 0 AVG 45.8 YDS 5 0 5 YDS 51 11 11 0 73

PASS RECEIVING L. Tomlinson S. Holmes B. Edwards J. Cotchery D. Keller S. Greene T. Richardson B. Smith Total INTERCEPTIONS PUNTING S. Weatherford

PASS RECEIVING B. Watson C. Stuckey P Hillis . M. Massaquoi J. Cribbs E. Moore R. Royal Total INTERCEPTIONS J. Haden

AVG 14.8 6.8 6.8 4.0 37.0 18.0 14.0 11.4 AVG 0.0 NET 38.6 AVG 5.0 0.0 5.0 AVG 25.5 11.0 11.0 0.0 18.3

LG TB 0 FC 1 0 0 0 1 FC 0 0 0 0 0

TD IN20 2 LG 18 18 0 0 18 LG 31 12 0 0 31 LG 43 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0

NET 37.0 AVG 18.0 18.0 0.0 0.0 18.0 AVG 23.0 12.0 0.0 0.0 20.3

PUNTING R. Hodges PUNT RETURNS C. Stuckey [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS J. Haden J. Cribbs M. Bell [TOUCHBACK] Total

NO 5

YDS 229 NO 1 1 1 NO 2 1 1 1 4

PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard K. Wilson [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith D. Lowery [OUT OF BOUNDS] [TOUCHBACK] Total

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards Jets 28 12 14 2 52% 100% 456 91 5.0 172 45 Browns 19 6 11 2 33% 0% 303 59 5.1 107 25 3.8 3-4 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing 4.3 1-5 EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Jets 36 2-36 4-81 0-0 9-70 0-0 3 1 2 2-2 2-2 Browns 5 1-5 4-73 1-0 4-52 2-2 2 1 1 2-2 2-2

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NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

284 2-15 44-27-1 6.2 5-1-1 3-38.7 0 0-0 37.0

196 3-9 31-18-0 5.8 6-3-1 5-45.8 0 0-0 38.6

Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

0-0 0-0 2-5 1-4 1-2 0 26 47:08

0-0 0-0 2-2 2-4 1-2 0 20 27:36

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT J. Leonhard 8 D. Harris 8 C. Pace 7 B. Scott 6 S. Ellis 4 B. Pool 4 J. Taylor 3 E. Smith 3 A 0 1 3 3 2 2 1 2 S 8 7 4 3 2 2 2 1 S-yds 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player J. Ihedigbo K. Wilson D. Revis M. DeVito S. Pouha D. Coleman A. Cromartie

TT 2 2 2 2 1 0 0

A 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

S 2 2 2 1 1 0 0

S-yds I-yds 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

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JETS 23, LIONS 20 - NOV. 7 2010 - FORD FIELD
ATTENDANCE: 57,799 - TIME: 3:25

STARTERS
New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S. Holmes END 92 S.Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson T 50 V. Gholston 74 N. Mangold OLB 58 B. Thomas 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 81 D. Keller CB 30 D. Coleman 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie 49 T. Richardson S 36 J. Leonhard 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool Detroit Lions Offense Defense 13 N. Burleson LE 92 76 J. Backus DT 90 67 R. Sims DT 99 51 D. Raiola RE 93 66 S. Peterman CB 33 77 G. Cherilus MLB 54 84 B. Pettigrew OLB 98 81 C. Johnson LCB 23 9 M. Stafford RCB 27 80 B. Johnson SS 42 44 J. Best FS 26

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB WR RB

C. Avril N. Suh C. Williams
K. Vanden Bosch

B. McDonald

D. Levy J. Peterson C. Houston A. Smith A. Spievey L. Delmas

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N. Folk, P 9 S. Weatherford, WR 16 B. Smith, CB 20 K. WIlson, RB 23 S. Greene, CB 26 D. Lowery, S 33 E. Smith, CB 34 M. Cole, FB 38 J. Conner, S 44 J. Ihedigbo, LS 46 T. Purdum, LB 53 J. Mauga, LB 56 L. Laury, DE 70 M. Devito, OL 75 R. Turner, T 78 W. Hunter, TE 82 M. Mulligan, TE 84 B. Hartsock, WR 89 J. Cotchery, DE 93 T. Pryce, LB 97 C. Pace, DE 99 J. Taylor 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) New York Jets 0 10 0 10 3 24 (31) (36) (30)

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Lions Jets Jets Lions Lions Jets Jets
Jets

1 9:16 2 4:46 2 1:00 3 8:58 4 11:51 4 2:46 4 0:00
5 12:42

B. Pettigrew 10 yd. pass from M. Stafford (J. Hanson kick) (11-80, 5:44) N. Folk 31 yd. Field Goal (9-74, 3:57) B. Edwards 74 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (3-75, 0:48) M. Stafford 1 yd. run (kick failed, hru) (8-47, 4:11) N. Burleson 2 yd. pass from M. Stafford (J. Hanson kick) (9-90, 3:17) M. Sanchez 1 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (6-56, 1:40) N. Folk 36 yd. Field Goal (9-60, 1:40) N. Folk 30 yd. Field Goal (5-56, 2:18)

NYJ 0 3 10 10 10 17 20
23

DET 7 7 7 13 20 20 20
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Captains: #17 Braylon Edwards, #50 Vernon Gholston, #52 David Harris, #57 Bart Scott, #33 Eric Smith Overtime With the win, the Jets are now 18-17-2 in overtime and have recorded their first overtime victory under Head Coach Rex Ryan. Coach Ryan is now 1-1 in overtime games. Fourth Quarter Comeback The Jets staged their second fourth quarter comeback of the season when they scored the final 10 points of regulation to tie the game at 20, before scoring the winning points in overtime on a 30-yard field goal by K Nick Folk. QB Mark Sanchez ran for his first touchdown of the season, scoring on a 1-yard rush to cap off a six-play, 56-yard scoring drive with three minutes left in the game to bring the Jets within three points. The Jets got the ball back with 1:40 remaining in the game and drove 60 yards to the Lions 18-yard line. Folk sent the Jets to overtime when he converted a 36-yard field goal with no-time left in regulation to tie the game. In overtime, Sanchez connected with WR Santonio Holmes for a 52-yard reception. Four plays later, Folk kicked the game-winning 30yard field goal.

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Offense: The Jets offense scored their first points of the day on a 9-play, 74-yard, 3:57 drive. The drive led to a 31-yard field goal by Folk. Sanchez connected with WR Braylon Edwards for the pair’s fifth touchdown of the season, as they gave the Jets the lead on a 74-yard pass. It is their third touchdown of 40 yards or longer this season. Jets TD passes of 40 yards or longer: Yards 74 67 41 Opponent Detroit (11/7) Miami (9/26) Buffalo (10/3) Players Sanchez to Edwards Sanchez to Edwards Sanchez to Edwards

The 74-yard pass is the longest regular-season pass of Sanchez’s career. His longest career pass, was an 80-yard touchdown pass to Edwards in last season’s AFC Championship game at IND (1/24/10). Edwards has caught all four of Sanchez’s longest career passes. Sanchez’s Longest Passes: Yards 80t 74t 67t 65 Opponent at Indianapolis (1/24/10) at Detroit (11/7/10) at Miami (9/26/10) vs. Atlanta (12/20/09) Receiver Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards

Sanchez recorded the first 300 yard passing game of his career, completing 22-of-39 passes for 336 yards with one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 82.9. On the last three scoring drives, Sanchez connected on 10-of-12 passes for 144 yards and a passer rating of 116.7. Defense: LB Bart Scott sacked Lions QB Matt Stafford with 7:34 remaining in the first quarter for a 10-yard loss. Marked Scott’s first sack of the season and 18th of his career. LB Bryan Thomas took down Stafford out of bounds early in the second quarter for a loss of two yards. Thomas now has two sacks this season and 27 for his career. CB Darrelle Revis held Lions WR Calvin Johnson to one reception for 13 yards. According to press box stats, Revis finished the game with three tackles and two passes defensed. Success on the Road: The Jets have now won seven consecutive regular-season games on the road and nine-of-ten games (including postseason), dating back to their 19-13 victory in Toronto over the Buffalo Bills (12/3/09). It is the longest road-winning streak in club history. The Jets previous long was six games, recorded during the 1985 and 1986 seasons. During this current streak the Jets have won at: 12/3/09 12/13/09 12/27/09 1/9/10 1/17/10 1/24/10 9/26/10 10/3/10 10/17/10 11/7/10 Bold=Postseason Under Head Coach Rex Ryan the Jets have recorded an 11-4 road record (including a 2-1 postseason record). Buffalo (Toronto) Tampa Bay Indianapolis Cincinnati San Diego Indianapolis Miami Buffalo Denver at Detroit 19-13 26-3 29-15 24-14 17-14 17-30 31-23 38-14 24-20 23-20 Win Win Win Win Win Loss Win Win Win Win

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RUSHING L. Tomlinson S. Greene B. Smith M. Sanchez Total ATT 15 10 2 3 30

New York Jets
YDS 55 46 8 1 110

AVG 3.7 4.6 4.0 0.3 3.7

LG 10 12 5 1 12

TD 0 0 0 1 1

RUSHING J. Best M. Stafford K. Smith D. Stanton J. Felton Total

ATT 16 4 5 1 2 28

Detroit Lions
YDS 48 11 10 6 3 78

AVG 3.0 2.8 2.0 6.0 1.5 2.8

LG 17 9 4 6 2 17

TD 0 1 0 0 0 1

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PASSING M. Sanchez ATT CMP 39 22 YDS 336 SK/YD 1/9 TD 1 LG 74 IN 1 RT 82.9 PASSING M. Stafford D. Stanton Total ATT 36 1 37 CMP 20 0 20 YDS 240 0 240 NO 7 5 3 2 1 1 1 20 NO 1 NO 9 YDS 424 NO 2 2 1 2 NO 4 4 SK/YDS 2/12 0/0 0/0 YDS 113 40 18 22 27 13 7 240 YDS 2 AVG 47.1 YDS 27 0 0 27 YDS 115 115 TD 2 0 2 LG 36 0 36 LG 36 15 10 12 27 13 7 36 LG 2 TB 0 FC 2 0 0 2 FC 0 0 IN 0 0 0 TD 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 TD 0 IN20 3 LG 15 0 0 15 LG 35 35 LG 56 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 RT 94.7 39.6 92.2

PASS RECEIVING L. Tomlinson S. Holmes D. Keller B. Edwards J. Cotchery S. Greene Total INTERCEPTIONS PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard K. Wilson Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith J. Conner Total NO 7

NO 6 5 4 3 2 2 22 NO YDS 295 NO 4 2 6 NO 4 1 5 AVG 42.1 YDS 37 25 62

YDS 47 114 59 78 29 9 336 YDS NET 35.4 AVG 9.3 12.5 10.3

AVG 7.8 22.8 14.8 26.0 14.5 4.5 15.3 AVG TB 1 FC 3 0 3 FC 0 0 0

LG 14 52 25 74 18 7 74 LG IN20 3 LG 20 14 20 LG 33 10 33

TD 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 TD LG 53 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0

PASS RECEIVING N. Burleson J. Best B. Pettigrew T. Scheffler K. Smith C. Johnson B. Johnson Total INTERCEPTIONS A. Smith PUNTING N. Harris PUNT RETURNS S. Logan [OUT OF BOUNDS] [TOUCHBACK] Total KICKOFF RETURNS S. Logan Total

AVG 16.1 8.0 6.0 11.0 27.0 13.0 7.0 12.0 AVG 2.0 NET 40.2 AVG 13.5 0.0 0.0 13.5 AVG 28.8 28.8

YDS 109 10 119

AVG 27.3 10.0 23.8

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Jets 23 5 15 3 38% 0% 437 70 6.2 110 30 3.7 1-5 327 1-9
39-22-1

Lions 21 3 12 6 33% 0% 306 67 4.6 78 28 2.8 5-9 228 2-12
37-20-0

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Jets 62 6-62 5-119 0-0 11-99 5-1 2 1 1 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 1-4 0 23 29:32

Lions 29 2-27 4-115 1-2 11-102 1-0 3 1 2 2-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0 20 32:46

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

8.2 4-3-0 7-42.1 0 0-0 35.4

5.8 5-1-0 9-47.1 0 0-0 40.2

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 10 J. Leonhard 9 C. Pace 8 S. Pouha 6 B. Scott 6 A. Cromartie 4 B. Thomas 4 M. DeVito 4 A 4 1 5 3 1 0 1 2 S 6 8 3 3 5 4 3 2 S-yds I-yds PD FF 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1-10 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-2 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT D. Coleman 3 D. Revis 3 J. Taylor 3 E. Smith 3 S. Ellis 2 B. Pool 1 T. Pryce 1

A 1 1 2 3 0 0 0

S 2 2 1 0 2 1 1

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 1 2 0 0 0 1 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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GREEN BAY 9, JETS 0 - OCT. 31, 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 78,484 - TIME: 3:09

STARTERS
Green Bay Packers Offense Defense 85 G. Jennings LDE 98 C. Wilson 76 C. Clifton NT 90 B. Raji 73 D. Colledge RDE 77 C. Jenkins 63 S. Wells LOLB 52 C. Matthews 71 J. Sitton BLB 50 A. Hawk 75 B. Bulaga MLB 55 D. Bishop 86 D. Lee ROLB 58 F. Zombo 80 D. Driver LCB 21 C. Woodson 12 A. Rodgers RCB 38 T. Willams 32 B. Jackson SS 26 C. Peprah 35 K. Hall FS 36 N. Collins New York Jets Offense Defense 10 S. Holmes END 92 S. Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson T 70 M. DeVito 74 N. Mangold OLB 58 B. Thomas 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 81 D. Keller OLB 97 C. Pace 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie 49 T. Richardson S 36 J. Leonhard 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N. Folk, P 9 S. Weatherford, WR 16 B. Smith, CB 20 K. Wilson, RB 23 S. Greene, CB 26 D. Lowery, CB 30 D. Coleman, S 33 E. Smith, CB 34 M. Cole, FB 38 J. Conner, S 44 J. Ihedigbo, LS 46 T. Purdum, DE 50 V. Gholston, LB 53 J. Mauga, LB 56 L. Laury, OL 75 R. Turner, T 78 W. Hunter, TE 82 M. Mulligan, TE 84 B. Hartsock, WR 89 J. Cotchery, DE 93 T. Pryce, DE 99 J. Taylor 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) Green Bay Packers 3 0 0 6 0 9 (20) 45WL (41) (40) New York Jets 0 0 0 0 0 0 37WR

SCORING SUMMARY
Packers Packers Packers 1 4 4 4:41 6:36 0:27
M. Crosby 20 yd. Field Goal (5-34, 1:51) M. Crosby 41 yd. Field Goal (8-34, 3:58) M. Crosby 40 yd. Field Goal (4-1, 2:03)

GB 3 6 9

NYJ 0 0 0

GAME NOTES
Captains: QB Mark Sanchez, CB Kyle Wilson, RG Brandon Moore, LB Josh Mauga, TE Dustin Keller Offense: With his eight-yard carry at 10:29 in the second quarter, RB LaDainian Tomlinson surpassed 13,000 career rushing yards, joining Walter Payton as the only two players in NFL history to record more than 13,000 yards rushing and 4,000 yards receiving in their career. Tomlinson has amassed career totals of 13,034 rushing yards and 4,097 receiving yards. WR Jerricho Cotchery recorded a season-long 49-yard reception in the third quarter, that also stands as the second-longest pass he has ever caught from QB Mark Sanchez. The longest is a 53-yarder (11/1/09 vs. MIA). With 256 yards passing, Sanchez tied his season-high, set 9/26 at MIA. He also completed three passes of at least 30 yards, tying a career-high set in his first game at HST on 9/13/09, connecting on passes of 49 yards to Cotchery, 40 yards to TE Dustin Keller and 32 yards to WR Braylon Edwards. Defense: Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers completed 15-of-34 passes for 170 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions for a passer rating of 59.7. Today’s single-game totals represented his lowest of the season for passing yards, completion percentage and passer rating. It also marked the first time this season that he did not throw a touchdown pass. Moreover, today’s effort marked his first game as a starter that the offense did not produce a touchdown. There were four three-and-outs forced by the Jets defense. With the Packers driving deep in Jets territory, LB David Harris came through the middle to record a nine-yard sack of Aaron Rodgers and

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register his first sack this season, giving him 12.5 for his career. CB Dwight Lowery sacked Rodgers for a five-yard loss. It is Lowery’s second sack this season, and second of his career. The Jets defense held the Packers without a third-down conversion in the first half, marking the third time this season and second consecutive home game that the Jets have held their opponent without a third-down conversion in the first half. The Packers finished the game converting just 2-of-14 third-down attempts. The Jets held the Packers under 100 yards rushing as a team, the sixth time this season the Jets have held an opponent to less than 100 yards rushing. The Jets also held the Packers to just 156 yards passing, the second-lowest total allowed by the club this season (128 by BUF on 10/13) and almost 100 yards less than the Packers average of 250.7 yards. The Packers entered the game ranked eighth in the NFL in passing yards per game. LB Josh Mauga, added to the active roster from the practice squad earlier in the week, made his NFL debut. Special Teams: On the opening kickoff of the second half, WR Brad Smith returned the ball 47 yards into Packer territory. It was the third-time this season Smith has returned a kickoff more than 40 yards. P Steve Weatherford averaged 43.2 yards on five punts and helped limit the Packers to no punt returns. His effort marked the fourth game of the season that he posted a net punting average of 40 yards or more.
K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
AVG 3.7 2.6 1.7 3.1 LG 27 6 5 27 TD 0 0 0 0 RUSHING L.Tomlinson S. Greene M. Sanchez S. Weatherford B. Smith J. Cotchery Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT 38

RUSHING B. Jackson J. Kuhn A. Rodgers Total

ATT 15 8 3 26

Green Bay Packers
YDS 55 21 5 81

ATT 16 6 2 1 3 1 29 CMP 16

New York Jets
YDS 54 22 22 17 12 -8 119

AVG 3.4 3.7 11.0 17.0 4.0 -8.0 4.1 TD 0

LG 8 8 20 17 5 -8 20 LG 49 LG 12 49 18 40 32 10 49 LG TB 0 FC 2 1 0 0 0 3 FC 0 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IN 2 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD IN20 1 LG 0 0 0 0 0 0 LG 47 47 LG 58 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 RT 43.3

PASSING A, Rodgers

ATT CMP 34 15

YDS 170 NO 6 5 2 1 1 15 NO

SK/YD 2/14 YDS 81 55 17 12 5 170 YDS AVG 44.0 YDS 0 0 0 0 YDS 5 5

TD 0 AVG 13.5 11.0 8.5 12.0 5.0 11.3 AVG

LG 30

IN 0 LG 30 19 13 12 5 30

RT 59.7 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

YDS 256 NO 5 4 3 2 1 1 16 NO

SK/YDS 2/15 YDS 37 89 43 45 32 10 256 YDS AVG 43.2 YDS 0 0 0 0 0 0 YDS 121 121

PASS RECEIVING G. Jennings J. Nelson B. Jackson B. Swain D. Lee Total INTERCEPTIONS PUNTING T. Masthay NO 8

PASS RECEIVING L. Tomlinson J. Cotchery S. Holmes D. Keller B. Edwards S. Greene Total INTERCEPTIONS

AVG 7.4 22.3 14.3 22.5 32.0 10.0 16.0 AVG NET 43.2 AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 AVG 30.3 30.3

LG TB 1 FC 3 0 0 3 FC 0 0

TD IN20 5 LG 0 0 0 0 LG 5 5 LG 55 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0

YDS 352 NO 0 1 1 0 NO 1 1

NET 41.5 AVG 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 AVG 5.0 5.0

PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. Loenhard K. Wilson [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] [TOUCHBACK] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith Total

NO 5

YDS 216 NO 1 0 2 1 1 1 NO 4 4

PUNT RETURNS T. WIlliams [DOWNED] [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS J. Nelson Total

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty Packers 13 2 10 1 Jets 15 3 11 1 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns Packers 0 0-0 1-5 2-0 Jets 0 1-0 4-121 0-0

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THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

14% 0% 237 62 3.8 81 26 3.1 2-4 156 2-14
34-15-0

41% 0% 360 69 5.2 119 29 4.1 0-0 241 2-15
38-16-2

PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Interceptions EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

3-15 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-1 0 9 28:37

7-55 3-1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0 0 31:23

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

4.3 4-1-0 8-44.0 0 0-0 41.5

6.0 1-0-0 5-43.2 0 0-0 43.2

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 9 B. Scott 8 A. Cromartie 4 C. Pace 4 D. Coleman 3 D. Revis 3 D. Lowery 2 M. Cole 2 A 2 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 S 7 5 4 3 3 1 2 2 S-yds I-yds PD FF 1-9 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1-5 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT S. Ellis 2 B. Pool 2 J. Leonhard 2 B. Thomas 2 M. DeVito 1 J. Taylor 1 S. Pouha 1

A 0 1 1 1 0 1 0

S 2 1 1 1 1 0 1

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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JETS 24, BRONCOS 20 - OCT. 17 2010 - INVESCO FIELD AT MILE HIGH
ATTENDANCE: 75,982 - TIME: 3:09

STARTERS
New York Jets Offense Defense 78 W. Hunter END 92 S.Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson T 99 J. Taylor 74 N. Mangold CB 30 D. Coleman 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 81 D. Keller OLB 97 C. Pace 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie 49 T. Richardson S 36 J. Leonhard 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool Denver Broncos Offense Defense 84 B. Lloyd DE 99 78 R. Clady NT 76 71 R. Hochstein DE 97 50 J. Walton DT 79 73 C. Kuper OLB 52 68 Z. Beadles ILB 55 89 D. Graham ILB 57 19 E. Royal LCB 24 10 J. Gaffney RCB 32 8 K. Orton S 23 27 K. Moreno S 33

TE LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR WR QB RB

K. Vickerson Ja. Williams J. Bannan M. Thomas J. Hunter D. Willams M. Haggan C. Bailey P Cox . R. Hill N. Jones

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N. Folk, P 9 S. Weatherford, WR 10 S. Holmes, WR 16 B. Smith, CB 20 K. WIlson, RB 23 S. Greene, CB 26 D. Lowery, S 33 E. Smith, CB 34 M. Cole, FB 38 J. Conner, S 44 J.I hedigbo, LS 46 T. Purdum, DE 50 V. Gholston, LB 54 K. Cummings, LB 56 L. Laury, LB 58 B. Thomas, DE 70 M. Devito, OL 75 R. Turner, TE 82 M. Mulligan, TE 84 B. Hartsock, WR 89 J. Cotchery, DE 93 T. Pryce 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) New York Jets 0 7 3 14 0 24 (56)

Denver Broncos

0

10

7

3

0

20

(59) 49WR (48)

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Broncos Broncos Jets Broncos Jets Broncos
Jets

2 14:54 2 11:11 2 0:00 3 6:41 3 1:23 4 8:36 4 3:55
4 1:13

B. Edwards 32 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (13-77, 6:40) T. Tebow 5 yd. run (M. Prater Kick) (8-80, 3:43) M. Prater 59 yd. Field Goal (7-24, 0:39) N. Folk 56 yd. Field Goal (6-23, 2:57) D. Thomas 17 yd. pass from K. Orton (M. Prater kick) (5-66, 1:36) L. Tomlinson 20 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (5-54, 2:07) M. Prater 48 yd. Field Goal (9-50, 4:41) L. Tomlinson 2 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (10-80, 2:42)

NYJ 7 7 7 10 10 17 17
24

MIA 0 7 10 10 17 17 20
20

GAME NOTES
OCaptains: #8 Mark Brunell, #26 Dwight Lowery, #56 Lance Laury, #68 Matt Slauson, #93 Trevor Pryce Offense: RB LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for two touchdowns and 55 yards on 16 carries, scoring both touchdowns in the fourth quarter. His first score, a 20-yarder, tied the game at 17 with 8:43 remaining and marked the third consecutive game that the Jets scored a touchdown on a run of 20 or more yards. His second score was a two-yarder with 1:13 remaining to provide the team with a 24-20 advantage. For the season, Tomlinson leads the team with 490 yards on 92 carries and his five touchdowns tie for team honors. QB Mark Sanchez recorded the first victory of his career in which he led the Jets to the winning points with two minutes or less remaining in the game. He threw his first interception of the season to DEN OLB Jason Hunter on his third pass of the game. The interception ended his streak of 184 pass attempts without an interception, the second longest in Jets history, trailing only Ken O’Brien who registered 211 pass attempts without an interception from 1987-88. With three give-aways and two-takeaways, today’s game marked the first contest of the season that the Jets did not win the giveaway/ takeaway battle.

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Defense: With the aborted play by the Broncos on a 28-yard FG attempt the Jets continued their streak of not allowing an opponent a score in the first quarter this season. The Jets have outscored their opponents 20-0 during the first quarter this season. CB Drew Coleman forced DEN RB Knowshon Moreno to fumble in the first quarter. The fumble was recovered by Jets CB Darrelle Revis. It marked the eighth fumble recovery by the Jets this season. With 35 seconds left in the game, CB Dwight Lowery recovered an aborted snap at the Broncos 43-yard line to seal the Jets 24-20 victory. It marked the second consecutive game that he recorded the decisive takeaway of the contest. Last week versus Minnesota, he returned a Brett Favre interception 26 yards for a touchdown to increase the team’s advantage to 29-20 with 1:30 remaining in the game. Special Teams: K Nick Folk established a team record and a career long with a 56-yard field with6:47 remaining in the third quarter. His field goal surpassed the previous team record of 55 yards, accomplished four times, most recently by Jay Feely versus MIA (11/1/09). Last week versus the Vikings, Folk matched his previous long with a 53-yard field goal. Jets kickers with 55-yd FG: Jay Feely Jay Feely John Hall 11/1/09 vs. MIA 11/9/08. vs. SL 8/31/97 at SEA

Pat Leahy 12/14/85 vs. CHI
K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
AVG 3.4 4.8 6.0 14.0 -1.0 4.3 LG 20 8 8 14 -1 20 TD 2 0 0 0 0 2 RUSHING K. Moreno T. Tebow K. Orton C. Buckhalter L. Maroney E. Royal S. Larsen B. Colquitt Total PASSING K. Orton ATT 34

RUSHING L. Tomlinson S. Greene B. Smith S. Holmes M. Sanchez Total

ATT 16 9 3 1 1 30

New York Jets
YDS 55 43 18 14 -1 129

Miami Dolphins
ATT 12 6 3 6 7 1 1 1 37 YDS 48 23 22 20 18 13 1 0 145

AVG 4.0 3.8 7.3 3.3 2.6 13.0 1.0 0.0 3.9 TD 1

LG 14 6 13 13 9 13 1 0 14 LG 29 LG 27 29 24 17 29 LG 18 14 18 TB 2 FC 1 2 0 3 FC 0

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 IN 0 TD 0 0 0 1 1 TD 0 0 0 IN20 1 LG 32 0 0 32 LG 0 LG 58 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 RT 71.8

PASSING M. Sanchez

ATT CMP 30 17

YDS 198 NO 4 4 4 3 2 17 NO

SK/YD 2/8 YDS 47 46 18 75 12 198 YDS

TD 1 AVG 11.8 11.5 4.5 25.0 6.0 11.6 AVG

LG 41

IN 2 LG 22 32 8 41 8 41

RT 60.1 TD 0 1 0 0 0 1

CMP 14

YDS 209 NO 6 4 3 1 14 NO 1 1 2

SK/YDS 1/8 YDS 81 74 37 17 209 YDS 18 14 32 AVG 50.2 YDS 32 0 0 32 YDS 0

PASS RECEIVING S. Holmes B. Edwards J. Cotchery D. Keller L. Tomlinson Total INTERCEPTIONS

PASS RECEIVING J. Gaffney B. Lloyd E. Royal D. Thomas Total INTERCEPTIONS S. Thompson J. Hunter Total

AVG 13.5 18.5 12.3 17.0 14.9 AVG 18.0 14.0 16.0 NET 39.7 AVG 32.0 0.0 0.0 32.0 AVG 0.0

LG

TD

PUNTING S. Weatherford

NO 5

YDS 243 NO 2 1 1 2 3 NO 1 2

AVG 48.6 YDS 17 6 0 0 23 YDS 26 0

NET 42.2 AVG 8.5 6.0 0.0 0.0 7.7 AVG 26.0 0.0

TB 0 FC 0 0 0 0 0 FC 0 0

IN20 1 LG 13 6 0 0 13 LG 26 0

LG 54 TD 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0

PUNTING B. Colquitt PUNT RETURNS E. Royal S. Thompson [DOWNED] Total KICKOFF RETURNS [TOUCHBACK]

NO 6

YDS 301 NO 1 0 1 1 NO 5

PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard K. Wilson [OUT OF BOUNDS] [TOUCHBACK] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith [TOUCHBACK]

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FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Jets Broncos 17 21 7 7 9 10 1 4 38% 0% 319 62 5.1 129 30 4.3 3-3 190 2-8
30-17-2

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Jets 23 3-23 1-26 0-0 6-74 1-1 3 2 1 3-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0 24 29:37

Broncos 64 1-32 0-0 2-32 5-81 3-2 2 1 1 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 1-1 0 20 30:23

39% 0% 346 72 4.8 145 37 3.9 4-10 201 1-8
34-14-0

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

5.9 5-5-5 5-48.6 0 0-0 42.2

5.7 4-3-2 6-50.2 0 0-0 39.7

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 12 B. Scott 10 J. Leonhard 7 B. Pool 7 C. Pace 6 D. Coleman 5 B. Thomas 4 J. Taylor 4 A 3 5 2 2 3 0 2 3 S 9 5 5 5 3 5 2 1 S-yds I-yds PD FF 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player A. Cromartie D. Revis E. Smith M. Devito S. Pouha S. Ellis V. Gholston L. Lowrey

TT 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 0

A 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

S 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 0

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

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VIKINGS 20, JETS 29 - OCT. 11, 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 77,909 - TIME: 3:17

STARTERS
Minnesota Vikings Offense Defense 84 R. Moss LE 91 R. Edwards 74 B. McKinnie NT 94 P Williams . 76 S. Hutchinson UT 93 K. Williams 62 R. Cook RE 69 J. Allen 64 A. Herrera SLB 52 C. Greenway 71 P Loadholt . MLB 56 E. Henderson 81 V. Shiancoe WLB 51 B. Leber 12 P Harvin . LCB 26 A. Winfield 4 B. Favre RCB 23 C. Griffin 40 J. Kleinsasser SS 39 H. Abdullah 28 A. Peterson FS 20 M. Williams New York Jets Offense Defense 89 J. Cotchery END 92 S. Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson T 70 M. DeVito 74 N. Mangold OLB 58 B. Thomas 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 81 D. Keller OLB 97 C. Pace 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A Cromartie 49 T. Richardson S 36 J. Leonhard 21 L. Tomlinson S 22 B. Pool

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB TE HB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N. Folk, P 9 S. Weatherford, WR 10 S. Holmes, WR 16 B. Smith, CB 20 K. Wilson, RB 23 S. Greene, CB 26 D. Lowery, CB 30 D. Coleman, S 33 E. Smith, CB 34 M. Cole, FB 38 J. Conner, S 44 J. Ihedigbo, LS 46 T. Purdum, DE 50 V. Gholston, LB 56 L. Laury, OL 75 R. Turner, T 78 W. Hunter, TE 82 M. Mulligan, TE 84 B. Hartsock, DE 93 T. Pryce, DT 95 H. Green, DE 99 J. Taylor 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) Minnesota Vikings 0 0 7 13 0 20 New York Jets 3 6 6 14 0 29 (25) (53) (22) (34) (31)

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Jets Jets Jets Vikings Jets Vikings Jets Vikings Jets 1 4:55 2 5:29 2 0:17 3 8:49 3 2:10 3 0:49 4 12:47 4 4:30 4 3:09 4 1:30
N. Folk 25 yd. Field Goal (7-33,3:32) N. Folk 53 yd. Field Goal (7-33, 2:30) N. Folk 22 yd. Field Goal (14-43,3:43) N. Folk 34 yd. Field Goal (8-30, 3:55) R. Moss 37 yd. pass from B. Favre (R. Longwell kick) (10-72, 4:01) N. Folk 31 yd. Field Goal (4-6, 1:21)

P Harvin 34 yd. pass from B. Favre (pass failed) (5- 65, 3:02) . S. Greene 23 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (6-66, 2:36)
P Harvin 11yd. pass from B. Favre (R. Longwell kick) (5-54, 1:21) .

D. Lowery 26 yd. interception return (N. Folk kick)

MIN 0 0 0 0 7 7 13 13 20 20

NYJ 3 6 9 12 12 15 15 22 22 29

GAME NOTES
Captains: 10 Santonio Holmes, 21 LaDainian Tomlinson, 24 Darrelle Revis, 78 Wayne Hunter, 97 Calvin Pace Offense: Starting their second drive at the Vikings’ 40-yard line, the Jets used runs of 12 and 17 yards by LaDainian Tomlinson to set up a field goal drive and take a 3-0 lead in the first quarter. QB Mark Sanchez established a new career-high for passing attempts in the first half with 29. His previous high of 20 attempts came in his first career game at HST on 9/13/09. RB Shonn Greene scored his first touchdown of the season on a 23-yard run that increased the Jets advantage to 22-13 with 4:30 remaining in the fourth quarter. He finished the game with 57 yards on 10 carries, contributing to the team’s 155 yards as the Jets became the

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first team in 52 games to rush for at least 150 yards against the Vikings, ending the second-longest streak in NFL history. With 94 yards on 20 carries, RB LaDainian Tomlinson was the game’s leading rusher for the fifth consecutive week. Defense: After winning the toss and electing to defer, the Jets produced a three-and-out on a penalty-laden Viking drive. New York has not allowed a score on an opponents’ opening drive this season. With the Vikings facing a third-and-four on their second drive, CB Drew Coleman sacked QB Brett Favre for a seven-yard loss to force the Vikings second-consecutive three-and-out to start the game. The sack was Coleman’s first of the season and the third of his career. For the third time in their first four possessions, the Jets defense forced a three-and-out, forcing the Vikings to punt from their own 12-yard line. The defense forced six three-and-out possessions during the game. After an aborted snap by Brett Favre, LB Bart Scott recovered the ensuing fumble. It was the Jets sixth fumble recovery this season and the Jets have recovered fumbles in four of their first five games. The Jets shutout their opponent in the first half for the first time under Head Coach Rex Ryan, as they held the Vikings to 52 total yards and zero third-down conversions on five attempts. The Jets recovered their second fumble of the game on a botched hand-off by Favre. The fumble was recovered by CB Darrelle Revis who returned the ball 10 yards to the Vikings 45-yard line. Holding a two-point advantage with under two minutes to play in the game, CB Dwight Lowery sealed the win when he intercepted a Favre pass intended for TE Visanthe Shiancoe and returned it 26 yards for a touchdown. It was the first interception of the season for Lowery and fifth of his career. It was the first touchdown of his career and the first score the Jets have recorded on a return this season. Before the Vikings converted on a third-and-15 with 5:10 remaining in the third quarter, The Jets defense had not allowed a third-down conversion in 21 consecutive opportunities, stretching back to the third quarter of the third regular season game at MIA. Special Teams: K Nick Folk opened the scoring by connecting on a 25-yard field goal in the first quarter. Folk later connected on a 53-yard field goal in the second quarter, his longest field goal as a Jet and first of 50-or-more yards in two attempts. That 53-yard field goal, ties the longest kick of his career, set in his rookie season when he kicked the game winner against BUF on Monday Night Football on 10/18/07. With his fifth field goal of the game, Folk established a new single-game career-high, surpassing his previous best of four field goals made, set on two occasions. For the season, Folk has converted 12-of-14 field goals and has scored at least seven points in all five Jet games. Both of P Steve Weatherford’s first two punts pinned the Vikings inside the 20-yard line. The first kick was fair caught at the 11-yard line and the second was downed by CB Marquice Cole at the six. For the game, Weatherford placed four punts inside the 20-yard line, tying his career-high, set in the first game of the season versus Baltimore. For the season, Weatherford is tied for second in the NFL with 12 punts inside the 20 yard line, trailing on Donnie Jones of SL who has registered 13. Through five games, he has almost achieved half of his single-season career high of 25. Following the first Vikings points of the game, WR Brad Smith return the kickoff 86 yards to the 19-yard line. That 86-yard return represented his longest this season and the second-longest return of his career (106 yards at IND, 12/27/09).
K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
AVG 4.9 3.5 0.3 4.0 LG 30 6 2 30 IN 1 LG 34 37 20 33 20 5 37 LG TD TD 0 0 0 0 RT 85.9 TD 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 RUSHING L.Tomlinson S. Greene B. Smith Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT 44

RUSHING A. Peterson T. Gerhart B. Favre Total PASSING B. Favre ATT CMP 34 14

ATT 18 2 4 24 YDS 264 NO 5 4 2 1 1 1 14 NO

Minnesota Vikings
YDS 88 7 1 96

ATT 20 10 2 32 CMP 21

New York Jets
YDS 94 57 4 155

AVG 4.7 5.7 2.0 4.8 TD 0

LG 17 23 4 23 LG 31 LG 31 14 10 19 8 7 31 LG 26

TD 0 1 0 1 IN 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 1 RT 59.9

SK/YD 4/24 YDS 97 81 28 33 20 5 264 YDS

TD 3 AVG 19.4 20.3 14.0 33.0 20.0 5.0 18.9 AVG

LG 37

YDS 191 NO 5 5 5 3 2 1 21 NO 1

SK/YDS 2/18 YDS 70 46 13 41 14 7 191 YDS 26

PASS RECEIVING P Harvin . R. Moss V. Shiancoe G. Lewis A. Peterson J. Kleinsasser Total INTERCEPTIONS

PASS RECEIVING B. Edwards J. Cotchery L. Tomlinson S. Holmes D. Keller J. Conner Total INTERCEPTIONS D. Lowery

AVG 14.0 9.2 2.6 13.7 7.0 7.0 9.1 AVG 26.0

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PUNTING C. Kluwe PUNT RETURNS G. Camarillo [DOWNED] Total KICKOFF RETURNS P Harvin . [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total NO 7 YDS 297 NO 1 1 1 NO 7 1 7 AVG 42.4 YDS 22 0 22 YDS 175 0 175 NET 40.4 AVG 22.0 0.0 22.0 AVG 25.0 0.0 25.0 TB 0 FC 5 1 5 FC 0 0 0 IN20 1 LG 22 0 22 LG 44 0 44 LG 59 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS K. Wilson J. Leonhard [DOWNED] Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith D. Lowery Total NO 7 YDS 324 NO 2 1 1 3 NO 3 1 4 AVG 46.3 YDS 7 7 0 14 YDS 121 14 135 NET 43.1 AVG 3.5 7.0 0.0 4.7 AVG 40.3 14.0 33.8 TB 0 FC 0 3 0 3 FC 0 0 0 IN20 4 LG 7 7 0 7 LG 86 14 86 LG 53 TD 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Vikings 16 3 12 1

Jets 20 8 12 0 47% 0% 336 62 5.4 96 24 4.0 1-2 240 4-24
34-14-1

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns 29% 0% 328 78 4.2 155 32 4.8 2-3 173 2-18
44-21-0

Vikings 22 1-22 7-175 0-0 8-51 3-2 3 0 3 0 2-3 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 20 26:05

Jets 40 3-14 4-135 1-26 6-55 1-0 2 1 0 1 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 5-5 0-4 0 29 33:55

PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Interceptions EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

6.3 4-1-0 7-42.4 0 0-0 40.4

3.8 8-3-0 7-46.3 0 0-0 43.1

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 8 J. Leonhard 8 B. Thomas 5 S. Pouha 5 B. Scott 4 B. Pool 4 M. Devito 4 C. Pace 3 A 2 2 1 3 2 2 2 2 S S-yds I-yds PD FF 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 1.5-11.5 0-0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player A. Cromartie S. Ellis D. Lowery D. Revis E. Smith J. Taylor D. Coleman M. Cole K. Wilson

TT 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

A 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

S S-yds I-yds 3 0-0 0-0 1 .5-2.5 0-0 0 0-0 1-26 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 1-3 0-0 1 1-7 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

PD 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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JETS 38, BILLS 14 - OCTOBER. 3 2010 -RALPH WILSON STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 69,262 - TIME: 2:57

OFFICIALS
New York Jets Buffalo Bills Offense Defense Offense Defense TE 84 B. Hartsock END 92 S.Ellis WR 83 L. Evans LDE 91 Sp. Johnson LT 60 D.Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha LT 77 D. Bell NT 95 K. Williams LG 68 M.Slauson T 70 M. Devito LG 67 A. Levitre RDE 98 D. Edwards C 74 N.Mangold OLB 58 B. Thomas C 63 G. Hangartner SLB 90 C. Kelsay RG 65 B.Moore WILL 57 B. Scott RG 70 E. Wood MLB 50 A. Ayodele RT 67 D.Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris RT 74 C. Green WLB 51 P Posluszny . TE 81 D.Keller OLB 99 J. Taylor TE 80 D. Martin JLB 53 R. Torbor WR 17 B. Edwards CB 30 D. Coleman WR 11 R. Parrish LCB 28 L. McKelvin QB 6 M.Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie QB 14 R. Fitzpatrick RCB 29 D. FLorence RB 21 L. Tomlinson S 36 J.Leonhard RB 23 M. Lynch SS 20 D. Whitner FB 49 T. Richardson S 22 B. Pool FB 38 C. McIntyre FS 31 J. Bryd JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, QB 8 M. Brunell, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B. Smith, CB 20 K. WIlson, RB 23 S. Greene, RB 25 J. McKnight, CB 26 D.Lowery, S 33 E. Smith, CB 34 M.Cole, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 54 K. Cummings, LB 56 L.Laury, OL 62 V. Ducasse OL, 75 R.Turner, TE 82 M. Mulligan, WR 87 D. Clowney, WR 89 J. Cotchery, DE 93 T. Pryce, DT 98 M. Kroul 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) New York Jets 7 10 21 0 0 38 30WL (19) Buffalo Bills 0 7 0 7 0 14

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Jets Jets Bills Jets Jets Jets
Bills

1 10:42 2 6:46 2 2:32 2 0:33 3 6:09 3 4:36 3 2:40
4 9:10

L. Tomlinson 1 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (9-63,4:18) N. Folk 19 yd. Field Goal (18-87, 9:21) B. Edwards 41 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (3-66, 1:29) D. Martin 4 yd. pass from R. Fitzpatrick (R. Lindell kick (7-64, 1:59) D. Keller 3 yd. pass from B. Smith (N. Folk kick) (10-69, 5:22) D. Keller 2 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (3-23, 1:20) L. Tomlinson 26 yd. run ( N. Folk kick) (2-35, 0:44) St. Johnson 13 yd. pass from R. Fitzpatrick (R. Lindell kick) (5-79, 2:23)

NYJ 7 10 17 14 24 31 38
38

BUF 0 0 0 7 7 7 7
14

GAME NOTES
Captains: #11 Kellen Clemens, #30 Drew Coleman, #62 Vladimir Ducasse, #2 Nick Folk, #23 Shonn Greene Jets Debut: #8 Mark Brunell, #25 Joe McKnight, #93 Trevor Pryce Offense: For the second consecutive week the Jets scored a touchdown on their opening drive of the game. The drive covered 63-yards in nine plays in 4:18 and was capped by a one-yard touchdown run by RB LaDainian Tomlinson. RB LaDainian Tomlinson earned his second start as a Jet and ran for 42 yards on the opening drive. His 15-yard run with 11:24 left in the first quarter increased his total to 12,739 career rushing yards, an amount that tied him with Tony Dorsett for seventh on the NFL all-time rushing list. His next carry, a one-yard TD run, moved him into seventh with 12,740 yards. Tomlinson recorded his first 100-yard game as a Jet, recording 133 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. It marked his first 100-yard game since 10/26/08 at NO (19-105) and the most he has recorded since he recorded 146 yards on 26 carries at TEN on 12/24/07. Tomlinson rushed for 89 of his 133 yards in the first half. Tomlinson scored two rushing touchdowns, scoring on runs of one yard and 26

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yards respectively to improve his career total to 156 total touchdowns, an amount that ranks third all-time in NFL history. RB Shonn Greene finished with 117 yards on 22 carries. Including the postseason, he has recorded four 100-yard rushing games during his career. Today’s game marked the second time under Head Coach Rex Ryan that the Jets produced two 100-yard rushers in the same game. The previous contest occurred on 10/25/09 at Oakland (Thomas Jones 26-121-1 TD and Shonn Greene 19-144-2 TD). Prior to 2009, the last time the Jets achieved this feat was 11/1/04 versus the Miami Dolphins when both Curtis Martin and LaMont Jordan surpassed the century mark. Also, today’s effort marks the sixth contest under Ryan that the team has rushed for at least 200 yards and the ninth time the Jets have recorded 40-or-more rushing attempts. Long Scoring Drives: K Nick Folk capped an 18-play, 87-yard drive with a 19-yard field goal. The drive marks the second longest scoring drive of the season by the team (7-plays, 90-yards at MIA 9/26). On the season, the club has scored on nine drives of 70 or more yards (seven touchdowns and two field goals) Long passes: QB Mark Sanchez connected with WR Braylon Edwards for a 41-yard touchdown pass with 2:32 remaining. It is the third time this season the two have combined for a score. In their 15 regular season games together, the pair has completed four passes of 40 or more yards. Sanchez finished the game 14-of-24 for 161 yards and two touchdowns for a passer rating of 106.4. It is the seventh time in his career that he recorded a 100 plus passer rating. The Jets 261 yards in the first half, are the most by a Jets offense since they recorded 268 yards in the first half against Buffalo (10/18/09). WR Brad Smith completed a 3-yard touchdown pass to TE Dustin Keller. It is the first touchdown pass of Smith’s career. Smith now has five career touchdowns, scored in four different ways (two receiving, one rushing, one returning and one passing) Keller caught his second touchdown pass of the day on a two-yard pass from Sanchez. It is the fifth touchdown reception for Keller in three weeks. Today’s game is the third time this season the Jets have scored 28-points or more, it equals the club’s 2009 total. The Jets have scored 28 or more points in five of their last six regular season games. Since scoring nine points and registering 176 total net yards in the season opener versus BLT (9/13), the Jets have averaged 32.2 points and 394 yards a game. The Jets 21-points in the third quarter extended their lead from 17-7 at the half to 38-7. The 21 points in the third quarter represented more points scored than the combined total of the first three games
Defense:

S Brodney Pool earned his first start as a Jet. DB Dwight Lowery recorded his first career sack. DE Shaun Ellis recorded his third sack of the season, when he dropped Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick for a 10-yard loss in the third quarter. Ellis left the game injured on the play LB Bryan Thomas forced a fumble by Bills RB Marshawn Lynch in the third quarter that was recovered by LB Jason Taylor. For Taylor, it was his 28th career fumble recovery. The Jets held the Bills without a third down conversion (0-for-10) for the entire game. It is the second time under Ryan that the team has not allowed a third down conversion (at TB 12/13/09). For the fourth consecutive game the Jets defense has not allowed a score in the first quarter. The Bills did not complete their first pass until 6:45 remained in the second quarter, a one-yard pass from QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to FB Corey McIntyre. Special Teams: The Bills muffed their first kickoff return. It was recovered at Buffalo’s 39 yard-line by LB Lance Laury. The drive resulted in a K Nick Folk missed 30-yard field goal attempt.
K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
AVG 7.0 5.3 3.0 3.7 0.0 5.6 LG 41 7 3 41 LG 26 17 6 8 0 26 TD 2 0 0 0 0 2 RUSHING R. Fitzpatrick F. Jackson C. Spiller M. Lynch Total PASSING ATT R. Fitzpatrick 27

RUSHING L. Tomlinson S. Greene J. McKnight B. Smith M. Sanchez Total PASSING M. Sanchez M. Brunell B. Smith Totals ATT CMP 24 14 1 1 1 1 26 16

ATT 19 22 4 3 1 49 YDS 161 7 3 171

New York Jets
YDS 133 117 12 11 0 273

Miami Dolphins
ATT 7 3 2 4 16 CMP 12 YDS 128 YDS 74 21 11 8 114

AVG 10.6 7.0 5.5 2.0 7.1 TD 2

LG 22 12 6 5 22 LG 37

TD 0 0 0 0 0 IN 0 RT 83.6

SK/YD 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

TD 2 0 1 3

IN RT 0 160.4 0 95.8 0 118.8 0 119.2

SK/YDS 3/19

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PASS RECEIVING B. Edwards D. Keller J. Cotchery L. Tomlinson B. Hartsock J. Conner Total INTERCEPTIONS Total PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard K. WIlson Total KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith NO 6 NO 4 4 3 3 1 1 16 NO 0 YDS 241 NO 4 3 7 NO 3 YDS 86 28 26 22 7 2 171 YDS 0 AVG 41.2 YDS 46 37 83 YDS 84 AVG 21.5 7.0 8.7 7.3 7.0 2.0 10.7 AVG 0.0 NET 32.8 AVG 11.5 12.3 11.9 AVG 28.0 TB 0 FC 2 0 2 FC 0 LG 0 LG 41 15 14 10 7 2 41 TD 0 IN20 1 LG 17 15 17 LG 38 LG 51 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 TD 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 PASS RECEIVING D. Nelson St. Johnson R. Parrish L. Evans C. Spiller D. Martin C. McIntyre Total INTERCEPTIONS Total PUNTING B. Moorman PUNT RETURNS R. Parrish [OUT OF BOUNDS] Total KICKOFF RETURNS C. Spiller C. Ellis [TOUCHBACK] Total NO 9 NO 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 12 NO 0 YDS 395 NO 4 2 4 NO 5 1 1 6 YDS 75 31 7 6 4 4 1 128 YDS 0 AVG 43.9 YDS 50 0 50 YDS 110 0 0 110 AVG 18.8 10.3 7.0 6.0 4.0 4.0 1.0 10.7 AVG 0.0 NET 34.7 AVG 12.5 0.0 12.5 AVG 22.0 0.0 0.0 18.3 LG 31 13 7 6 4 4 1 37 LG 0 TB 0 FC 0 0 0 FC 0 0 0 0 TD 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 TD 0 IN20 1 LG 1 0 26 LG 29 0 0 29 LG 55 TD 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Jets 25 11 13 1 47% 0% 444 75 5.9 273 49 5.6 3-4 171 0-0
26-16-0

Buffalo 12 5 6 1 0% 100% 223 46 4.8 114 16 7.1 0-0 109 3-19
27-12-0

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Jets 83 7-83 3-84 0-0 4-30 1-0 5 2 3 5-5 5-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 60% 0 38 40:29

Buffalo 50 4-50 6-110 0-0 3-32 2-2 2 0 2 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 100% 0 14 19:31

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

6.6 7-1-1 6-41.2 0 0-0 32.8

3.6 3-2-0 9-43.9 0 0-0 34.7

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 7 J. Leonhard 5 B. Scott 4 J. Taylor 2 B. Pool 4 D. Lowery 3 D. Coleman 3 J. Ihedigbo 2 B. Thomas 2 S. Ellis 2 A 2 1 2 2 4 0 1 0 1 1 S 5 4 2 2 0 3 2 2 1 1 S-yds I-yds PD FF 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1-3 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 1-10 0-0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player S. Pouha A. Cromartie K. Wilson

TT 2 1 1

A 1 0 0

S 1 1 1

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0

PD 0 1 0

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JETS 31, DOLPHINS 23 - SEPT. 26 2010 - SUN LIFE STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 70,481 - TIME: 3:19

OFFICIALS
New York Jets Offense Defense 89 J.Cotchery END 92 S.Ellis 60 D.Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M.Slauson T 70 M. Devito 74 N.Mangold OLB 99 J. Taylor 65 B.Moore OLB 58 B. Thomas 67 D.Woody WILL 57 B. Scott 81 D.Keller MIKE 52 D. Harris 16 B. Smith CB 20 K. Wilson 6 M.Sanchez CB 31 A. Cromartie 21 L. Tomlinson S 36 J.Leonhard 49 T. Richardson S 33 E.Smith Miami Dolphins Offense Defense 19 B. Marshall LE 70 K. Langford 77 J. Long NT 96 P Soliai . 68 R. Incognito RE 94 R. Starks 67 J. Berger SLB 55 K. Misi 79 P McQuistan . ILB 51 T. Dobbins 72 V. Carey ILB 58 K. Dansby 80 A. Frasano WLB 91 C. Wake 82 B. Hartline LCB 21 V. Davis 7 C. Henne RCB 32 J. Alllen 23 R. Brown SS 30 C. Clemons 36 L. Polite FS 37 Y. Bell

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, QB 8 M. Brunell, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 17 B. Edwards, S 22 B. Pool, RB 23 S. Greene, CB 26 D.Lowery, CB 30 D.Coleman, CB 34 M.Cole, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 55 J.Westerman, LB 56 L.Laury, OL 75 R.Turner, TE 82 M. Mulligan, TE 84 B. Hartsock, WR 87 D. Clowney, WR 88 P Turner, DL 93 M. . Kroul, DT 95 H. Green 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) New York Jets 7 7 7 10 0 31 61B (30) Miami Dolphins 0 10 10 3 0 23 (44)(20)(50)

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Jets Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Jets Dolphins
Jets Dolphins Jets

1 9:17 2 13:34 2 9:13 2 1:02 3 8:47 3 8:29 3 5:14
4 4 4 12:55 6:42 1:55

D. Keller 24yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (10-72,5:43) D. Keller 12 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (7-90, 4:07) A. Fasano 3 yd. pass from C. Henne (D. Carpenter kick) (9-76, 4:21) D. Carpenter 44 yd. Field Goal (12-59, 6:23) B. Marshall 11 yd. pass from C. Henne (D. Carpenter kick) (12-73, 6:13) B. Edwards 67 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk) (1-67, 0:18) D. Carpenter 20 yd. Field Goal (8-73, 3:15) N. Folk 30 yd. Field Goal (8-5, 4:10) D. Carpenter 50 yd. Field Goal (6-18, 2:14) L. Tomlinson 1 yd. run (N. Folk kick) (12-80, 4:47)

NYJ 7 14 14 14 14 21 21
24 24 31

MIA 0 0 7 10 17 17 20
20 23 23

GAME NOTES
Offense: OL Vladimir Ducasse was active for the first time. RB LaDainian Tomlinson made his first start as a Jet. WR Brad Smith made his first start since 12/13/09 at TB. QB Mark Sanchez led the Jets on an opening-drive touchdown for the first time this season when he completed four-of-five passes for 58 yards, culminating in a 24-yard touchdown pass to TE Dustin Keller, marking Keller’s second consecutive game with a touchdown reception. Sanchez converted two key third downs on the drive, first with a 16-yard pass to Keller on third-and-four and again with an 11-yard hookup with WR Brad Smith on third-and-10. The Jets took a 14-point lead early in the second quarter when Sanchez capped a seven-play, 90-yard drive when he again found Keller for the touchdown, this time on a 12-yard pass. RB LaDainian Tomlinson set the Jets up in the red zone on a 21-yard run on the heels of

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a Dolphins personal foul penalty against WR Jerricho Cotchery. Tomlinson was freed with two key blocks, first from WR Braylon Edwards who had entered the game just two plays earlier and second from Keller who allowed him to get to the sideline. The Jets responded to a go-ahead Dolphins third-quarter score when Sanchez found Edwards for 67 yards on the ensuing drive’s first play. That 67-yard connection ranks as the second-longest Sanchez-Edwards completion and longest regular-season completion, surpassing a 65-yard touchdown between the two against ATL on 12/20/09 (longest: 80 yard on 1/24/10 at IND – AFC Championship game). Sanchez has now thrown three touchdown passes for consecutive weeks. The Jets capped a 12-play, 80-yard touchdown drive with a Tomlinson one-yard score. The score marked the first rushing touchdown of the season for the Jets and the first touchdown for Tomlinson as a Jet. Sanchez kept the drive alive when he found Edwards for a gain of 20 yards on third-and-10 to convert at mid-field. Sanchez is now 36-of-58 for 476 yards, with six touchdowns, no interception and a passer rating of 158.3 in the past two games. Defense: On the Dolphins second play from scrimmage, DE Shaun Ellis sacked QB Chad Henne for a loss of three yards. It was Ellis’ second sack in three games. In is his first game in Miami as a visitor, LB Jason Taylor sacked Henne for a loss of eight yards in the first quarter. CB Drew Coleman sealed a Jets victory intercepting Henne in the end zone with 34 seconds left in the game. It marked the first interception of Coleman’s career. Special Teams: WR Brad Smith recorded the Jets longest kickoff return this season when he returned a kick 54 yards in the second quarter. P Steve Weatherford pinned the Dolphins at the 5-yard line on a third quarter punt, his second punt inside the 20-yard line in the game and seventh in the season’s first three games. S Eric Smith blocked a P Brandon Fields punt late in the third quarter, the second blocked punt of his career. Smith’s first block came last season when he blocked a Chris Hanson punt that was returned by B. Smith for a touchdown against NE on 11/22/09. K Nick Folk followed the E. Smith blocked punt with a 30-yard field goal, his six of the season. With his 60-yard field goal attempt blocked right before the end of the first-half, Folk is now six-of-seven on the season.
K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
AVG 4.7 13.7 3.6 -1.0 5.0 LG 21 16 9 -1 21 TD 1 0 0 0 1 RUSHING B. Brown R. Williams L. Polite B. Marshall C. Henne P Cobbs . Total PASSING C. Henne R. Brown ATT 44 1

RUSHING L. Tomlinson B. Smith S. Greene M. Sanchez Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT CMP 28 15

ATT 15 3 10 1 29 YDS 256 NO 6 3 2 2 1 1 15 NO 1 NO 4 YDS 168 NO 1

New York Jets
YDS 70 41 36 -1 146 SK/YD 0/0 YDS 98 18 87 20 22 11 256 YDS 0 TD 3 AVG 16.3 6.0 43.5 10.0 22.0 11.0 17.1 AVG 0.0 NET 37.5 AVG 8.0 TB 0 FC 0

Miami Dolphins
ATT 11 7 1 2 1 1 23 YDS 54 28 4 3 1 -6 84

AVG 4.9 4.0 4.0 1.5 1.0 -6.0 3.7 TD 2 0

LG 17 6 4 4 1 -6 17 LG 40 0 LG 40 17 28 11 5 14 40 LG TB 0 0 FC 2

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 IN 1 0 TD 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 TD IN20 3 0 LG 18 LG 68 0 TD 0 RT 91.4 39.6

LG 67

IN RT 0 120.5 LG 31 9 67 13 22 11 67 TD 2 0 1 0 0 0 3

CMP 26 0

YDS 363 0 NO 10 6 5 2 2 1 26 NO

SK/YDS 2/11 0/0 YDS 166 86 84 14 -1 14 363 YDS AVG 46.0 YDS 18

PASS RECEIVING D. Keller L. Tomlinson B. Edwards J. Cotchery D. Clowney B. Smith Total INTERCEPTIONS D. Coleman PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS K. Wilson

PASS RECEIVING B. Marshall D. Bees B. Hartline A. Fasano R. Brown L. Polite Total INTERCEPTIONS

AVG 16.6 14.3 16.8 7.0 -.05 14.0 14.0 AVG NET 32.5 0.0 AVG 18.0

LG 0

TD 0 IN20 2 LG 8 LG 61 TD 0

AVG 42.0 YDS 8

PUNTING B. Fields [Blocked] PUNT RETURNS D. Bees

NO 3 1

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J. Leonhard [Downed] KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith [Out of Bounds] [Touchback] 0 1 NO 4 1 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 FC 0 0 LG 8 0 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 KICKOFF RETURNS P Cobbs . NO 6 YDS 141 AVG 23.5 FC 0 LG 30 TD 0 YDS AVG 150 37.5 0 0.0 0 0.0

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Jets Dolphins 20 24 7 3 11 20 2 1 55% 0% 402 57 7.1 146 29 5.0 2-3 256 0-0
28-15-0

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Jets 8 1-8 4-150 1-0 9-81 0-0 4 1 3 4-4 4-4 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-3 0 31 27:12

Dolphins 18 1-18 6-141 0-0 6-52 1-0 2 0 2 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-3 2-4 0 23 32:48

47% 0% 436 70 6.2 84 23 3.7 2-7 352 2-11
45-26-1

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

9.1 6-2-0 4-42.0 0 1-0 37.5

7.5 6-3-1 4-34.5 1 0-0 32.5

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 9 K. Wilson 7 A. Cromartie 6 E. Smith 6 J. Leonhard 6 B. Scott 5 B. Pool 3 B. Thomas 3 A 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 S 8 5 5 4 3 3 2 2 S-yds I-yds PD FF 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT M. Devito 3 J. Ihedigbo 3 S. Ellis 2 J. Taylor 1 D. Coleman 1 V. Gholston 1 D. Lowery 1 H. Green 0

A 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

S 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-8 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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PATRIOTS 14, JETS 28 - SEPT. 19 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 78,535 - TIME: 3:01

OFFICIALS
New England Patriots Offense Defense 83 W. Welker DT 92 H. Ngata 81 R. Moss NT 97 K. Gregg 72 M. Light DE 93 C. Redding 63 D. Connolly RUSH 55 T. Suggs 67 D. Koppen WILL 53 J. McClain 61 S. Neal MIKE 52 R. Lewis 76 S. Vollmer SAM 95 J. Johnson 85 A. Hernandez LCB 25 C. Carr 12 T. Brady SS 26 D. Landry 82 A. Crumpler FS 28 T. Zbikowski 33 K. Faulk RCB 31 F. Washington New York Jets Offense Defense 89 J. Cotchery END 92 S. Ellis 60 D. Ferguson NT 91 S. Pouha 68 M. Slauson OLB 99 J. Taylor 74 N. Mangold OLB 58 B. Thomas 65 B. Moore WILL 57 B. Scott 67 D. Woody MIKE 52 D. Harris 81 D. Keller CB 20 K. Wilson 17 B. Edwards CB 24 D. Revis 6 M. Sanchez CB 31 A Cromartie 84 B. Hartsock S 36 J. Leonhard 23 S. Greene S 33 E. Smith

WR WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB TE RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB TE RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B.Smith, RB 21 L.Tomlinson, S 22 B. Pool, CB 26 D.Lowery, CB 30 D.Coleman, CB 34 M.Cole, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, FB 49 T.Richardson, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 54 K. Cummings, LB 55 J.Westerman, LB 56 L.Laury, DE 70 M.Devito, OL 75 R.Turner, T 78 W.Hunter, TE 82 M. Mulligan, WR 87 D. Clowney 1 2 3 4 OT TOTAL FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) New England Patriots 0 14 0 0 0 14 37WL New York Jets 0 10 11 7 0 28 (49) (36)

SCORING SUMMARY
Patriots Jets Patriots Jets Jets Jets Jets 2 13:17 2 6:22 2 0:53 2 0:00 3 4:53 3 0:38 4 6:09
W. Welker 6yd. pass from T. Brady (S. Grstkowski kick) (15-75,8:10) B. Edwards 10 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (12-17, 6:55) R. Moss 34 yd. pass from T. Brady (S. Gostkowski kick) (4-80, 0:48) N. Folk 49 yd. Field Goal (7-49, 0:48) N.Folk 36 yd. Field Goal (10-80, 4:47)
J. Cotchery 2 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (M. Sanchez-B. Edwards pass) (6-70, 3:02)

D. Keller 1 yd. pass from M. Sanchez (N. Folk kick) (8-63, 4:59)

NE 7 7 14 14 14 14 14

NYJ 0 7 7 10 13 21 28

GAME NOTES
Offense: QB Mark Sanchez completed 21-of-30 passes for 220 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 124.3 passer rating. Sanchez set career-highs with three touchdown passes (previous high: two set twice, last 11/1/09 vs. MIA), completions with 21 (previous high: 20 set 11/01/09 vs. MIA), the highest regular-season passer rating of his career with 124.3 (previous high: 107.0 set 10/25/09 at OAK), his career-high passer rating of 139.4 came in last season Wild Card game at CIN. Sanchez also posted a 70% completion percentage, the second-highest percentage of his career (high: 76.5% set 11/29/09 vs. CAR). Today’s game marks the ninth contest in his 17 regularseason games that Sanchez has not thrown an interception. The Jets are now 7-3 when Sanchez doesn’t throw an interception. Including the postseason, this marks the fifth game that Sanchez has posted a passer rating of 100.0 or better. He also posted a passer rating of 100.0 or better in last season’s home victory over New England when he completed 14-of-22 passes for 163 yards and one touchdown with no interception to post a passer rating of 101.1. Sanchez’s other games with a 100.0 or better passer rating occurred at OAK on 10/25/09 (107.0), vs. MIA on 11/01/09 (101.3) and at CIN during the postseason on 1/9/09 (139.4). Sanchez was a perfect 11-for-11 passing on the Jets three touchdown drives, completing six passes for 64 yards on the first score, three passes for 33 yards on the second and two passes for six yards on the third. His passer rating on the three scoring drives was 145.3.

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Following the Patriots first touchdown, Sanchez led the Jets on a 12-play, 77-yard drive in the second quarter, converting all three third downs on passes to WR Braylon Edwards, including the 10-yard touchdown pass. In the third quarter following a three-and-out by the Patriots, the Jets marched 70 yards on six plays to take a 21-14 lead on a two-yard touchdown pass from Sanchez to WR Jerricho Cotchery that was followed by a two-point conversion reception by Edwards. In the fourth quarter, Sanchez orchestrated the game’s final scoring drive to give the Jets a 28-14 advantage. Aided by two pass interference penalties, Sanchez connected with TE Dustin Keller for a one-yard score, his third touchdown pass of the game. For the season, Sanchez has completed 31-of-51 passes for 294 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions and passer rating of 96.4. Down 14-10 at half-time, the Jets closed the game on an 18-0 run and controlled the ball for 20:02 in the second-half. The Jets converted six times on 13 third-down chances vs. New England, just a week after going one-for-11 on third down vs. BLT. Defense: CB Antonio Cromartie intercepted his second pass in his second game as a Jet when pulled in a QB Tom Brady pass intended for WR Randy Moss at the three-yard line. In his Jets debut, S Brodney Pool intercepted Brady on a ball intended for Randy Moss that was initially tipped by Moss, then deflected off Cromartie’s helmet before Pool reeled it in as he slid out-of-bounds. LB Jason Taylor recorded his first sack and forced fumble as a Jet, dropping Brady for a nine-yard loss and jarring the ball loose before it was scooped up by LB Bryan Thomas, who returned it 16 yards. DTs Sione Pouha and Mike Devito again keyed a defensive line that held the opposition to under 60 yards rushing for the game. After holding BLT to 49 yards rushing on 35 carries (1.4 average), the Jets held New England to 52 yards on 20 carries (2.6 average). After struggling on third down vs. BLT, allowing 11-of-19 third-down conversions (57.9%), the Jets held New England to five-of-11 (45%) on third down. Entering the game, the Patriots had posted the league’s best third-down conversion rate, enjoying success on nine-of-13 opportunities. In the second-half, the defense limited the Patriots to 80 yards, eight first downs, one-of-four on third down and a time of possession of 9:58. QB Tom Brady threw for completed 7-of-16 passes for 69 yards. WR Randy Moss did not record a reception and WR Wes Welker had two catches for five yards. Special Teams: K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For the season, he is a perfect five-for-five on field goal attempts. CB Kyle Wilson opened the second half with a 15-yard kickoff return, his first as a Jet. P Steve Weatherford punter four times for an average of 51.3 yards per punt, his best average as a Jet and the second-best average of his career (57.0 average on two punts with the Saints at DEN on 9/21/08).
K Nick Folk made a 49-yard field goal to end the half, his longest field goal as a Jet and added another 36-yarder in the third quarter. For

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
AVG 4.4 1.9 2.2 2.6 LG 8 7 6 8 IN 2 LG 46 11 34 8 19 17 14 6 46 TD 0 0 0 0 RT 72.5 TD 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 RUSHING L.Tomlinson S. Greene J. Cotchery M.Sanchez Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT 30

RUSHING K. Faulk B. Green-Ellis F. Taylor Total PASSING T. Brady ATT CMP 36 20

New England Patriots
ATT 5 10 5 20 YDS 248 NO 6 6 2 2 1 1 1 1 20 YDS 22 19 11 52 SK/YD 1/9 YDS 101 38 38 15 19 17 14 6 52 TD 2 AVG 16.8 6.3 19.0 7.5 19.0 17.0 14.0 6.0 12.4

ATT 11 15 2 4 32 CMP 21

New York Jets
YDS 76 52 6 2 136

AVG 6.9 3.5 3.0 0.5 4.3 TD 3

LG 31 8 4 3 31 LG 39 LG 39 13 11 9 8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 IN 0 RT 124.3 TD 1 1 1 0 0

LG 46

YDS 220 NO 7 5 4 4 1

SK/YDS 3/20 YDS 115 45 26 26 8

PASS RECEIVING A. Hernandez W. Welker R. Moss K. Faulk S. Morris B. Tate R. Gronkowski J. Edelman Total

PASS RECEIVING D. Keller B. Edwards J. Cotchery L. Tomlinson S. Greene

AVG 16.4 9.0 6.5 6.5 8.0

Total

21

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INTERCEPTIONS NO YDS AVG LG TD INTERCEPTIONS A.Cromartie B. Pool LG 56 TD 0 0 TD 0 PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith K. WIlson NO 4 NO 1 1 YDS 205 NO 2 NO 1 1 YDS 0 0 AVG 51.3 YDS 11 YDS 15 15 AVG 0.0 0.0 NET 39.8 AVG 5.5 AVG 15.0 15.0 LG 0 0 TB 1 FC 1 FC 0 0 TD 0 0 IN20 1 LG 7 LG 15 15 LG 58 TD 0 TD 0 0

PUNTING Z. Mesko PUNT RETURNS J. Edelman K. Faulk

NO 3

YDS 146 NO 2 0 NO 5

AVG 48.7 YDS 26 0 YDS 123

NET 45.0 AVG 13.0 0.0 AVG 24.6

TB 0 FC 0 1 FC 0

IN20 1 LG 15 0 LG 15

KICKOFF RETURNS B. Tate

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Patriots 20 5 11 4

Jets 23 6 14 3 45% 100% 291 57 5.1 52 20 2.6 3-7 239 1-9
36-20-2

TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns 46% 100% 336 65 5.2 136 32 4.3 0-0 200 3-20
30-21-0

Ravens 26 2-26 5-123 0-0 6-79 1-1 2 0 2 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-1 0 14 27:28

Jets 11 2-11 2-30 2-0 6-58 0-0 3 0 3 3-3 2-2 101 0-0 3-4 2-2 0 28 32:32

PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

6.5 3-1-1 3-48.7 0 0-0 45.0

6.1 5-2-0 4-51.3 0 0-0 39.8

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT D. Harris 6 A. Cromartie 4 K. Wilson 4 D. Revis 4 M. Devito 3 S. Pouha 3 J. Taylor 2 B. Scott 2 A 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 S-yds I-yds PD FF 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1-0 2 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1-9 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0 FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player TT B. Thomas 2 J. Leonhard 2 D. Coleman 2 E. Smith 1 D. Lowery 1 S. Ellis 1 V. Gholston 1 B. Pool 0

A 2 2 0 3 1 0 0 1

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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RAVENS 10, JETS 9 - SEPT. 13 2010 - NEW MEADOWLANDS STADIUM
ATTENDANCE: 78,127 - TIME: 3:08

OFFICIALS
Baltimore Ravens Offense Defense 85 D.Mason DT 92 H.Ngata 81 A.Boldin NT 97 K.Gregg 74 M.Oher DE 93 C.Redding 66 B.Grubbs RUSH 55 T.Suggs 77 M.Birk WILL 53 J.McClain 65 C.Chester MIKE 52 R.Lewis 73 M.Yanda SAM 95 J.Johnson 86 T.Heap LCB 25 C.Carr 5 J.Flacco SS 26 D.Landry 33 L.McClain FS 28 T.Zbikowski 27 R.Rice RCB 31 F.Washington New York Jets Offense Defense 89 J.Cotchery END 92 S.Ellis 60 D.Ferguson NT 77 K.Jenkins 68 M.Slauson T 91 S.Pouha 74 N.Mangold OLB 58 B.Thomas 65 B.Moore WILL 57 B.Scott 67 D.Woody MIKE 52 D.Harris 81 D.Keller CB 20 K.Wilson 17 B.Edwards CB 24 D.Revis 6 M.Sanchez CB 31 A Cromartie 82 M.Mulligan S 36 J.Leonhard 23 S.Greene S 33 E.Smith

WR WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB RB

WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB TE RB

JETS SUBSTITUTIONS: K 2 N.Folk, P 9 S.Weatherford, WR 16 B.Smith, RB 21 L.Tomlinson, CB 26 D.Lowery, RB 27 D.Woodhead, CB 30 D.Coleman, CB 34 M.Cole, FB 38 J.Conner, S 44 J.Ihedigbo, LS 46 T.Purdum, FB 49 T.Richardson, DE 50 V.Gholston, LB 55 J.Westerman, LB 56 L.Laury, DE 70 M.Devito, OL 75 R.Turner, T 78 W.Hunter, TE 84 B.Hartsock, DL 93 M.Kroul, LB 99 J.Taylor 1 0 3 2 7 3 3 3 0 4 0 3 OT 0 0 TOTAL 10 9 FIELD GOALS (made(_) & missed) (25) (23) (28) (48)

Baltimore Ravens New York Jets

SCORING SUMMARY
Jets Jets Ravens Ravens Jets 1 10:54 2 8:16 2 0:06 3 7:07 4 10:29 N.Folk 23 yd. Field Goal (4-6, 1:36) N.Folk 28 yd. Field Goal (5-27, 3:23) W.McGahee 1 yd. run (B.Cundiff kick) (11-76, 4:03) B.Cundiff 25 yd. Field Goal (9-85, 4:30) N.Folk 48 yd. Field Goal (4-5, 1:30) BLT 0 0 7 10 10 NYJ 3 6 6 6 9

GAME NOTES
Offense: RB Shonn Greene made the first start of his NFL career and recorded the first regular-season reception of his NFL career when he caught a nine-yard pass from QB Mark Sanchez on the game’s second play. Defense: On the first offensive play for the Ravens, DE Shaun Ellis and LB Bryan Thomas split a seven-yard sack of QB Joe Flacco, forcing a fumble that was recovered by NT Sione Pouha for a two-yard return. The fumble recovery by Pouha was the first of his career. Rookie CB Kyle Wilson recorded the first pass defense of his career when he broke up a pass intended for WR Anquan Boldin in the end zone. The Jets forced a second fumble, when LB Bart Scott wrestled the ball free from RB Willis McGahee after a tackle for a two-yard loss. The fumble was again recovered by Pouha. Thomas, who already split a sack with Ellis, recorded another when he dropped Flacco for a loss of eight yards. CB Antonio Cromartie intercepted a Flacco pass for his first interception as a Jet. Cromartie then returned the ball 66 yards to the 31-yard line. The 66-yard return marked the second-longest of his career (longest: 70 yards off QB Matt Schaub on 10/28/07).

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Special Teams: K Nick Folk opened the scoring when he connected on a 23-yard field goal to cap the Jets second drive. The field goal marked Folk’s first as a member of the Jets. He would later add two more field goals, including a 48-yard field goal to pull the Jets within one point at the start of the fourth quarter. S Jim Leonhard returned a punt 32 yards into Baltimore territory. For Leonhard, that return marked his longest punt return since he returned a punt 37 yards against Tennessee on 9/27/09. He later added another long return with a 22-yarder, that set up a field goal drive to help pull the Jets within a point. After a 56-yard P Steve Weatherford punt, S James Ihedigbo tackled S Tom Zbikowski for a loss of four yards at the one-yard line. Weatherford pinned the Ravens inside the five again, when he punted 38 yards to the two-yard line before CB Marquice Cole and Ihedigbo downed the ball. For the game, Weatherford had four punts inside the 20, a career-high. Miscellaneous: Kickoff was delayed 25 minutes due to inclement weather (7:25 Kickoff) The Jets finished with 14 penalties for 125 yards, the most they’ve had in a game since 10/18/09 against Buffalo last year. The Jets record for most penalties in a game is 17, committed vs. Miami on 10/18/1987 and the record for most penalty yards is 161, record against Cleveland on the first-ever Monday Night game on 9/21/1970.

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISITICS
RUSHING R.Rice L.McClain J.Flacco W.McGahee Total PASSING J. Flacco ATT CMP 38 20 ATT 21 4 4 6 35 YDS 248 NO 7 6 2 2 1 1 1 NO NO 6 YDS 244 NO 4 NO 3 1

Baltimore Ravens
YDS 43 6 2 -2 49 SK/YD 2/15 YDS 110 72 21 19 27 5 -6 YDS AVG 40.7 YDS 5 YDS 57 15 TD 0 AVG 15.7 12.0 10.5 9.5 27.0 5.0 -6.0 AVG NET 30.3 AVG 1.3 AVG 19.0 15.0 TB 0 FC 1 FC 0 0 LG AVG 2.0 1.5 0.5 -0.3 1.4 LG 38

LG 7 3 1 1 7 IN 1 LG 38 35 12 16 27 5 -6 TD IN20 2 LG 10 LG 23 15

TD 0 0 0 1 1 RT 62.2 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RUSHING L.Tomlinson B.Smith S.Greene M.Sanchez B.Edwards Total PASSING M. Sanchez ATT 21 CMP 10

ATT 11 2 5 2 1 21

New York Jets
YDS 62 27 18 5 4 116

AVG 5.6 13.5 3.6 2.5 4.0 5.5 TD 0

LG 21 22 8 6 4 22 LG 13 LG 13 9 9 5 9 9 LG 66 TB 0 FC 2 0 FC 0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 IN 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD 0 IN20 4 LG 32 8 LG 32 LG 56 TD 0 0 TD 0 RT 56.4

YDS 74 NO 2 2 2 2 1 1 NO 1

SK/YDS 2/14 YDS 18 16 13 9 9 9 YDS 66 AVG 45.7 YDS 54 8 YDS 49

PASS RECEIVING A. Boldin T. Heap D. Mason R. Rice T. Houshmandzadeh L. McClain W. McGahee INTERCEPTIONS PUNTING S. Koch PUNT RETURNS T. Zbikowski KICKOFF RETURNS J. Parmele T. Zbikowski

PASS RECEIVING J. Cotchery L. Tomlinson D. Keller T. Richardson B. Edwards S. Greene INTERCEPTIONS A.Cromartie

AVG 9.0 8.0 6.5 4.5 9.0 9.0 AVG 66.0 NET 44.8 AVG 27.0 4.0 AVG 24.5

LG 56 TD 0 TD 0 0

PUNTING S. Weatherford PUNT RETURNS J. Leonhard K. Wilson KICKOFF RETURNS B. Smith

NO 6

YDS 274 NO 2 2 NO 2

FINAL TEAM STATISTICS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS By Rushing By Passing By Penalty Ravens 20 2 12 6 Jets 6 3 2 1 TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including kickoffs) No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns Ravens 5 4-5 4-72 0-0 Jets 128 4-62 2-49 1-66

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THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY TOTAL NET YARDS Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing) Average gain per offensive play NET YARDS RUSHING Total Rushing Plays Average gain per rushing play Tackles for a loss-number and yards NET YARDS PASSING
Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

Ravens 58% 0% 282 75 3.8 49 35 1.4 6-14 233 2-15
38-20-1

Jets 9% 0% 176 44 4.0 116 21 5.5 1-1 60 2-14
21-10-0

Avg gain per pass play (inc. # thrown passing) KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks PUNTS Number and Average Had Blocked FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average

5.8 3-2-1 6-40.7 0 0-0 30.3

2.6 4-0-0 6-45.7 0 0-0 44.8

PENALTIES Number and yards FUMBLES Number and Yards TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing Fumbles Kickoff Returns EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts Passing Made-Attempts Rushing Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION

Ravens 5-38 2-2 1 1 0 0 0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0 10 38:32

Jets 14-125 3-1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 0 9 21:28

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player TT B. Thomas 9 B. Scott 9 E. Smith 9 S. Ellis 7 S. Pouha 7 M. Devito 7 J. Leonhard 6 J. Taylor 6 S 7 6 6 5 4 4 6 3 A S-yds I-yds PD FF 2 1.5-11.5 0-0 1 0 3 0-0 0-0 0 1 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0.5-3.5 0-0 0 1 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 3 0-0 0-0 1 0 FR 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

(BASED ON COACHES STATS)

Player D. Harris K. Wilson A. Cromartie J. Ihedigbo D. Lowery M. Kroul V. Gholston K. Jenkins

TT 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1

S 2 3 2 1 1 1 0 0

A 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

S-yds I-yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-66 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PD 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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TRANSACTIONS
4 5 5 5 6 8 12 16 16 19 22 CB Lito Sheppard .........................................................................................................................................................................................................Released CB Antonio Cromartie ..............................................................................................................................................................................Acquired via Trade (SD) RB Thomas Jones ........................................................................................................................................................................................................Released CB Donald Strickland ...................................................................................................................................................................................................Released Acquired 2010 fourth round draft pick and 2011 seventh round draft pick from Arizona for S Kerry Rhodes TE Ben Hartsock ................................................................................................................................................................................................ Re-signed, UFA S Brodney Pool ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, FA RB LaDainian Tomlinson .......................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, FA DE Rodrique Wright ................................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, FA LB Lance Laury ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, FA FB Tony Richardson ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Re-signed, UFA

MARCH, 2010

APRIL, 2010
6 12 21 22 23 24 24 24 29 K Clint Sitster ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, FA WR Santonio Holmes ........................................................................................................................................................................ Aquired via trade from PIT LB Jason Taylor .................................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, UFA CB Kyle Wilson ........................................................................................................................................................................Drafted (First round - No. 29 pick) OL Vladimir Ducasse ............................................................................................................................................................Drafted (Second round - No. 61 pick) RB Joe McKnight ................................................................................................................................................................Drafted (Fourth round - No. 112 pick) FB John Conner .....................................................................................................................................................................Drafted (Fifth round - No. 139 pick) G Alan Faneca .............................................................................................................................................................................................................Released LB Kevin Basped, G Keith Buckman, TE Jeff Cumberland, CB Brian Jackson, DE Jason Lamb, LB Broderick Stewart, T Matt Stommes, G Charlie Tanner, S Don Warren, DT Ernest Williams .................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Undrafted FA

MAY, 2010
3 3 3 13 13 13 13 18 18 18 2 11 18 18 18 12 19 28 29 29 30 1 2 8 8 8 9 13 13 19 19 23 24 24 24 24 29 29 29 29 31 31 4 4 4 4 4 4 LB Cory Reamer ............................................................................................................................................................................. Signed, Undrafted Free Agent LB Brashton Satele ......................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Undrafted Free Agent LB Broderick Stewart...................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived G Marlon Davis .............................................................................................................................................................................................. Signed, Free Agent C Robby Felix ................................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent G Keith Buckman ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived C Michael Parenton ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived T Aaron Kia ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent WR S.J. Green ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived T Matt Stommes ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived

JUNE, 2010
DT Simi Toeaina ............................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent K Jared Ballman ............................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent K Jared Ballman ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived FS Brannon Condren ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived DT Mick Williams .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived

JULY, 2010
DT Simi Toeaina ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived DT Martin Tevaseu ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent QB Mark Brunell ............................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent S Emanuel Cook ............................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent LB Ezra Butler ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived WR Laveranues Coles ..................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent

AUGUST, 2010
WR Britt Davis .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived WR Vic Hall .................................................................................................................................................................................................. Signed, Free Agent LB Kevin Basped ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived T Aaron Kia ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived OL Adam Tadisch ........................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent LB Tim Knicky ............................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent G Marlon Davis .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived G Chet Teofilo ................................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent P TJ Conley ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived LB Boris Lee.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Signed, Free Agent DE Ropati Pitoitua................................................................................................................................................................................Placed on Injured Reserve WR Brooks Foster .................................................................................................................................................................................. Claimed off waivers (SL) S Keith Fitzhugh ............................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent WR Vic Hall .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived OL Adam Tadisch ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived WR Laveranues Coles ...................................................................................................................................................................................................Released WR Aundrae Allison ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived WR Marcus Henry ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived DL Rodrique Wright........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived QB Kevin O’Connell ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived LB Ricky Foley .................................................................................................................................................................................... Claimed off waivers (SEA)

SEPTEMBER, 2010
S Emanuel Cook ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived FB Jason Davis ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived C Robby Felix ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived S Keith Fitzhugh ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived LB Ricky Foley .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived WR Brooks Foster .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived

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4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 10 14 14 15 15 23 24 28 28 30 30 4 4 4 4 6 6 9 9 12 12 22 25 26 26 26 27 27 18 19 19 19 1 4 5 7 T Dan Gay..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived LB Tim Knicky ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived DE Jason Lamb ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived LB Boris Lee.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived LB Joshua Mauga .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived LB Cory Reamer ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived LB Brashton Satele ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived DB Bo Smith ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived DL Tyler Steinkuhler ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived G Charlie Tanner ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived WR Larry Taylor............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived G Chet Teofilo ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived DT Martin Tevaseu ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived T Michael Turkovich ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived S Donovan Warren ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived WR Santonio Holmes ............................................................................................................................................................... Placed on Reserve/Suspended List WR David Clowney ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived FB Tony Richardson .....................................................................................................................................................................................................Released RB Chauncey Washington ............................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived T Patrick Brown ...................................................................................................................................................................................Claimed off waivers (MIN) DT Marcus Dixon .................................................................................................................................................................................Claimed off waIvers (DAL) WR Patrick Turner ............................................................................................................................................................................... Claimed off waivers (MIA) DB Brian Jackson .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived C Robby Felix ..........................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad LB Ricky Foley ........................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad LB Josh Mauga ........................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad WR Larry Taylor.......................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad DT Martin Tevaseu ...................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad S Donovan Warren ...................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad FB Tony Richardson ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent RB Chauncey Washington .........................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad DT Jarron Gilbert .....................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad LB Ricky Foley .....................................................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad S Donovan Warren ................................................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad WR Patrick Turner ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived LB Cody Brown........................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad WR Patrick Turner ...................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad RB Danny Woodhead ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived WR David Clowney ........................................................................................................................................................................................ Signed, Free Agent DT Kris Jenkins ...................................................................................................................................................................................Placed on Injured Reserve DT Howard Green .......................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent T Patrick Brown ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. Waived WR Patrick Turner ............................................................................................................................................................................ Signed from Practice Squad RB Xavier Omon ......................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad G Chad Rinehart ......................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad DT Howard Green ........................................................................................................................................................................................................Released DE Trevor Pryce ............................................................................................................................................................................................. Signed, Free Agent

OCTOBER, 2010
WR David Clowney ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Waived WR Patrick Turner ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived DT Howard Green .......................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent WR Santonio Holmes .......................................................................................................................................................Reinstated from Reserve/Suspended List WR Larry Taylor....................................................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad WR Patrick Turner ...................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad RB Xavier Omon ...................................................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad WR Logan Payne .....................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad G Chad Rinehart ...................................................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad C Cody Wallace .......................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad LB Kenwin Cummings .................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived T Andre Ramsey ......................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad DT Howard Green .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived LB Josh Mauga ................................................................................................................................................................................. Signed from Practice Squad LB Kenwin Cummings ..............................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad DT Jarron Gilbert .............................................................................................................................................................................. Signed from Practice Squad CB Will Billingsley....................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad

NOVEMBER, 2010
DT Jarron Gilbert ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived WR Patrick Turner ............................................................................................................................................................................ Signed from Practice Squad DT Jarron Gilbert .....................................................................................................................................................................................Signed, Practice Squad CB Will Billingsley.................................................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad

DECEMBER, 2010
S Jim Leonhard ...................................................................................................................................................................................Placed on Injured Reserve WR Laveranues Coles ..................................................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Free Agent WR Laveranues Coles ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... Waived

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T Andre Ramsey .....................................................................................................................................................Released, Practice Squad S Emanuel Cook .............................................................................................................................................................. Signed, Free Agent LB Brashton Satele .................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Practice Squad DB Isaiah Trufant....................................................................................................................................................... Signed, Practice Squad

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OFFENSE
WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR 89 ... Jerricho Cotchery 60 ...D’Brickashaw Ferguson 68 ...Matt Slauson 74 ...Nick Mangold 65 ...Brandon Moore 78 ...Wayne Hunter 81 ...Dustin Keller 17 ...Braylon Edwards 10 ...Santonio Holmes 78 ... Wayne Hunter 62 ...Vladimir Ducasse 75 ...Robert Turner 75 ...Robert Turner 67 ...Damien Woody* 84 ...Ben Hartsock 16 ...Brad Smith

82 ... Matthew Mulligan 86 ... Jeff Cumberland 88 ... Patrick Turner

QB 6 ...Mark Sanchez FB 49 ...Tony Richardson RB 23 ...Shonn Greene *Injured

8 ...Mark Brunell 11 ... Kellen Clemens 38 ...John Conner 21 ...LaDainian Tomlinson 25 ... Joe McKnight

DEFENSE
End NT T OLB WILL MIKE OLB CB CB S S 92 ...Shaun Ellis 91 ...Sione Pouha 70 ...Mike DeVito 58 ...Bryan Thomas 57 ...Bart Scott 52 ...David Harris 97 ...Calvin Pace 24 ...Darrelle Revis 31 ...Antonio Cromartie 33 ...Eric Smith 22 ...Brodney Pool 50 ... Vernon Gholston 94 ... Marcus Dixon 93 ... Trevor Pryce 55 ... Jamaal Westerman 56 ... Lance Laury 53 ... Josh Mauga 99 ... Jason Taylor 30 ... Drew Coleman 26 ... Dwight Lowery 44 ... James Ihedigbo 27 ... Emanuel Cook 98 ... Matt Kroul

34 ... Marquice Cole 20 ... Kyle Wilson

SPECIAL TEAMS
K 2... Nick Folk P 9... Steve Weatherford H 9... Steve Weatherford PR 89... Jerricho Cotchery KR 16... Brad Smith LS 46... Tanner Purdum Rookies are underlined 8 ... Mark Brunell 10 ... Santonio Holmes 20 ... Kyle Wilson

25... Joe McKnight 31... Antonio Cromartie

COACHING STAFF
REX RYAN (head coach). Mike Pettine (defensive coordinator), Brian Schottenheimer (offensive coordinator), Mike Westhoff (special teams coordinator), Sal Alosi (head strength & conditioning), Mike Bloomgren (assistant offensive coordinator), Bill Callahan (assistant head coach/offensive line), Mark Carrier (defensive line), Matt Cavanaugh (quarterbacks), Mike Devlin (tight ends/assistant offensive line), Henry Ellard (wide receivers), Ben Kotwica (assistant special teams), Anthony Lynn (running backs), Jim O’Neil (assistant defensive backs), Bob Sutton (senior defensive assistant/linebackers), Dennis Thurman (defensive backs), Jeff Weeks (outside linebackers)
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BUILDING THE JETS
NFL Draft (22) Year Player 2000 Shaun Ellis 2002 Bryan Thomas 2004 Jerricho Cotchery 2005 Sione Pouha 2006 D’Brickashaw Ferguson Nick Mangold Kellen Clemens Eric Smith Brad Smith Drew Coleman 2007 Darrelle Revis David Harris 2008 Vernon Gholston Dustin Keller Dwight Lowery Erik Ainge (R/DNR) 2009 Mark Sanchez Shonn Greene Matt Slauson 2010 Kyle Wilson Vladimir Ducasse Joe McKnight John Conner Trades/Waivers (6) Year Player 2008 Kris Jenkins (IR) 2009 Braylon Edwards Kevin O’Connell (IR) Matthew Mulligan 2010 Antonio Cromartie Marcus Dixon Santonio Holmes Patrick Turner Free Agents (19) Year Player 2007 Wayne Hunter 2008 Calvin Pace Tony Richardson Damien Woody 2009 Marquice Cole Ben Hartsock Jim Leonhard (IR) Bart Scott Steve Weatherford Round (1a) (1) (4a) (3) (1a) (1b) (2) (3b) (4a) (6) (1) (2) (1a) (1b) (4) (5) (1) (3) (6) (1) (2) (4) (5) Previous Team (T-CAR) (T-CLV) (T-DET) (W-TEN) (T-SD) (W-DAL) (T-PIT) (W-MIA) How Acquired (FA) (UFA-ARZ) (UFA-MIN) (UFA-DET) (FA) (FA) (UFA-BLT) (UFA-BLT) (FA) 2010 Mark Brunell Emanuel Cook Nick Folk Matt Kroul Lance Laury Josh Mauga Brodney Pool Trevor Pryce Tanner Purdum Jason Taylor LaDainian Tomlinson (FA) (FA) (FA) (FA) (FA) (FA) (FA) (FA) (FA) (UFA-MIA) (FA)

Undrafted Free Agents (6) Year Player 2002 Brandon Moore 2007 Mike DeVito James Ihedigbo Robert Turner 2008 Ropati Pitoitua (IR) 2009 Jamaal Westerman 2010 Jeff Cumberland

UFA=Unrestricted Free Agent RFA=Restricted Free Agent FA=Free Agent T=Trade W=Waivers

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ROSTER BY POSITION JETS NOTES
OFFENSE (28) QUARTERBACKS (3) 8 Brunell, Mark 11 Clemens, Kellen 6 Sanchez, Mark 6-1 6-2 6-2 215 220 225 40 27 24 18 5 2 *Brunell saw his first action of the season at BUF (10/3), completing one pass for seven yards *Enters his fifth year with Jets after passing for 186 yards in the preseason *Threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns in the comeback victory vs. HST (11/21) RUNNING BACKS (5) 38 23 25 49 21 Conner, John Greene, Shonn McKnight, Joe Richardson, Tony Tomlinson, LaDainian 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-10 245 226 205 240 215 23 25 22 39 31 R 2 R 16 10 *The fifth-round draft pick hauled in his first career reception at BUF (10/3) *Rushed for his first touchdown of the season when he took off for 23 yards vs. MIN (10/11) *The fourth-round selection recorded his first NFL reception, for five yards, vs. MIA (12/12) *The three-time Pro Bowler is in his 16th NFL season and will play in his 232nd NFL game at PIT *The dual-threat leads the team with 837 yards rushing and 49 receptions WIDE RECEIVERS (5) 89 17 10 16 88 Cotchery, Jerricho Edwards, Braylon Holmes, Santonio Smith, Brad Turner, Patrick 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-5 203 214 192 212 220 28 27 26 27 23 7 6 5 5 1 *Hauled in a 25-yard reception for his second touchdown of the year in the win at CLV (11/14) *Leads the team in receiving yards (674) and touchdown receptions (six) *Caught seven passes for 126 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner vs. HST (11/21) *Scored a 53-yard rushing touchdown and returned a kick 89 yards for a touchdown vs. CIN (11/25) *Recorded his first NFL reception, a gain of 21 yards, in the win vs. HST (11/21) TIGHT ENDS (4) 86 84 81 82 Cumberland, Jeff Hartsock, Ben Keller, Dustin Mulligan, Matthew 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-4 260 268 250 265 23 30 26 25 R 7 3 2 *Undrafted free agent caught a touchdown pass in the final preseason game at PHI *Has started three games this season *His 45 catches and five touchdown catches both rank second on the team *Has been played in ten games, starting one, this season OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (8) 62 60 78 74 65 68 75 67 Ducasse, Vladimir 6-5 Ferguson, D’Brickashaw 6-6 Hunter, Wayne 6-5 Mangold, Nick 6-4 Moore, Brandon 6-3 Slauson, Matt 6-5 Turner, Robert 6-4 Woody, Damien 6-3 325 310 318 307 305 315 308 327 23 27 29 26 30 24 26 33 R 5 7 5 8 2 3 12 *The second-round draft pick made his NFL debut at BUF (10/3) *Earned his first Pro Bowl appearance last season as part of the NFL’s top rushing attack *The versatile offensive lineman is expected to step in for the injured Damien Woody *Two-time Pro Bowler and anchor to the offensive line has not missed a game in his career *Expected to start his 103rd consecutive regular-season game at PIT *Won the preseason competition for the starting job at left guard *Played in 13 games last season, including starts at tight end and fullback *The veteran right tackle will miss at least the game at PIT with an injury KICKERS (2) 2 9 Folk, Nick Weatherford, Steve 6-1 6-3 222 215 26 28 4 5 *Has connected on 25-of-34 field goal attempts this season including a Jet record long of 56 yards *Has landed 32 of his 70 punts this season inside the 20-yard line with a long of 61 yards LONG SNAPPERS (1) 46 Purdum, Tanner 6-3 270 26 1 *Replaces long-time Jet James Dearth at long snapper this season DEFENSE (25) DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (7) 70 94 92 50 98 91 93 DeVito, Mike Dixon, Marcus Ellis, Shaun Gholston, Vernon Kroul, Matt Pouha, Sione Pryce, Trevor 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 305 295 290 260 300 325 290 26 25 33 24 24 31 35 4 1 11 3 1 6 14 *Forced a fumble recovered by the Jets in the win vs. HST (11/21) *Spent his first two NFL seasons on the Cowboys practice squad *The longest-tenured Jet is tied for the team-lead with 4.5 sacks *The 2008 first-round draft pick made his first start of the season at DET (11/7) *Signed as an undrafted free agent and spent 2009 on the team’s practice squad *Registered his second sack of the season vs. MIA (12/12) *His sack of Carson Palmer in the end zone for a safety vs. CIN was his first sack as a Jet LINEBACKERS (8) 52 56 53 97 57 99 58 55 Harris, David Laury, Lance Josh Mauga Pace, Calvin Scott, Bart Taylor, Jason Thomas, Bryan Westerman, Jamaal 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-3 250 242 245 265 242 250 260 255 26 28 23 30 30 36 31 25 4 5 1 8 9 14 9 2 *Paces the team with 102 tackles and three sacks *Leads the team with 25 special teams tackles *Paced the special teams unit with three tackles in the win vs. CIN (11/25) *Last year’s sack leader is tied for the team-lead with 4.5 sacks this season *Made a season-high 10 tackles at DEN (10/17) and recorded a sack at DET (11/7) *Recorded his fourth sack of the season in the win at CLV (11/14) *Recorded his fourth sack of the season vs. HST (12/12) *Has played in five games this season, recording eight special teams tackles DEFENSIVE BACKS (10) 34 30 27 31 44 26 22 24 33 20 Cole, Marquice Coleman, Drew Cook, Emanuel Cromartie, Antonio Ihedigbo, James Lowery, Dwight Pool, Brodney Revis, Darrelle Smith, Eric Wilson, Kyle 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-1 5-10 192 180 202 210 214 198 214 198 207 190 27 27 22 26 27 24 26 25 27 23 2 5 1 5 4 3 6 4 5 R *The cornerback plays exclusively on special teams *His interception with 27 seconds left to play clinched the Jets win at MIA (9/26) *Appeared in his first NFL game vs. MIA (12/12) after being signed to add depth at safety *Leads the team with three interceptions and 17 passes defensed *Registered his third sack on the year when he sacked Tom Brady for a loss of 12 at NE (12/6) *Has sealed two wins with an interception for a touchdown (vs. MIN) and a fumble recovery (at DEN) *Recorded a season-high 11 tackles at NE (12/6) *The two-time Pro Bowler held WR Terrell Owens to three receptions for 17 yards vs. CIN (11/25) *He takes over as the signal-calling in the secondary after the loss of Jim Leonhard *Selected 29th overall by the Jets in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft

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JETS EXPERI ROSTER BY NOTESENCE
NO. NAME 18th YEAR (1) 8 Brunell, Mark 16th YEAR (1) 49 Richardson, Tony 14th YEAR (2) 93 Pryce, Trevor 99 Taylor, Jason 12th YEAR (1) 67 Woody, Damien 11th YEAR (1) 92 Ellis, Shaun 10th YEAR (1) 21 Tomlinson, LaDainian 9th YEAR (2) 57 Scott, Bart 58 Thomas, Bryan 8th YEAR (2) 65 Moore, Brandon 97 Pace, Calvin 7th YEAR (3) 89 Cotchery, Jerricho 84 Hartsock, Ben 78 Hunter, Wayne 6th YEAR (3) 17 Edwards, Braylon 22 Pool, Brodney 91 Pouha, Sione 5th YEAR (10) 11 Clemens, Kellen 30 Coleman, Drew 31 Cromartie, Antonio 60 Ferguson, D’Brickashaw 10 Holmes, Santonio 56 Laury, Lance 74 Mangold, Nick 16 Smith, Brad 33 Smith, Eric 9 Weatherford, Steve 4th YEAR (5) 70 DeVito, Mike 2 Folk, Nick 52 Harris, David 44 Ihedigbo, James 24 Revis, Darrelle 3rd YEAR (4) 50 Gholston, Vernon 81 Keller, Dustin 26 Lowery, Dwight 75 Turner, Robert 2nd YEAR (6) 34 Cole, Marquice 23 Greene, Shonn 82 Mulligan, Matthew 6 Sanchez, Mark 68 Slauson, Matt 55 Westerman, Jamaal ROOKIES/1st YEAR (11) 27 Cook, Emanuel 38 Conner, John 86 Cumberland, Jeff 94 Dixon, Marcus 62 Ducasse, Vladimir 98 Kroul, Matt 53 Mauga, Josh 25 McKnight, Joe 46 Purdum, Tanner 88 Turner, Patrick 20 Wilson, Kyle POS QB FB DE LB OL DE RB LB LB G LB WR TE T WR S DT QB CB CB T WR LB C WR S P DE K LB S CB DE TE CB OL CB RB TE QB G LB S FB TE DT OL DL LB RB LS WR CB HT 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-6 5-11 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-4 5-10 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-5 5-10 WT 215 240 290 250 327 290 215 242 260 305 265 203 268 318 214 214 325 220 180 210 310 192 242 307 212 207 215 305 222 250 214 198 260 250 198 308 192 226 265 225 315 255 202 245 260 295 325 300 245 205 270 220 190 AGE EXP 40 39 35 36 33 33 31 30 31 30 30 28 30 29 27 26 31 27 27 26 27 26 28 26 27 27 28 26 26 26 27 25 24 26 24 26 27 25 25 24 24 25 22 23 23 26 23 24 23 22 26 23 23 18 16 14 14 12 11 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 R R 1 R 1 1 R 1 1 R COLLEGE Washington Auburn Clemson Akron Boston College Tennessee TCU HOMETOWN Santa Maria, CA Daleville, AL Brooklyn, NY Pittsburgh, PA Beaverdam, VA Anderson, SC Rosebud, TX HOW ACQ FA-10 UFA-08 (MIN) FA-10 UFA-10 (MIA) UFA-08 (DET) D1a-00 FA-10 UFA-09 (BLT) D1-02 FA-03 UFA-08 (ARZ) D4a-04 FA-09 FA-07 T-09 (CLV) FA-10 D3-05 D2-06 D6-06 T-10 (SD) D1a-06 T-10 (PIT) FA-10 D1b-06 D4a-06 D3b-06 FA-09 FA-07 FA-10 D2-07 FA-08 D1-07 D1a-08 D1b-08 D4-08 FA-07 FA-09 D3-09 W-09 (TEN) D1-09 D6-09 FA-09 FA-10 D5-10 FA-10 W-10 (DAL) D2-10 FA-09 FA-10 D4-10 FA-10 W-10 (MIA) D1-10

Southern Illinois Detroit, MI Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, AL Illinois Wake Forest Gary, IN Douglasville, GA

North Carolina State Birmingham, AL Ohio State Chillicothe, OH Hawaii Honolulu, HI Michigan Oklahoma Utah Oregon TCU Florida State Virginia Ohio State South Carolina Ohio State Missouri Michigan State Illinois Maine Arizona Michigan Massachusetts Pittsburgh Ohio State Purdue San Jose State New Mexico Northwestern Iowa Maine Southern California Nebraska Rutgers South Carolina Kentucky Illinois Hampton Massachusetts Iowa Nevada Southern California Baker Southern California Boise State Detroit, MI Corpus Christi, TX Salt Lake City, UT Burns, OR Henderson, TX Tallahassee, FL Freeport, NY Belle Glade, FL Hopkins, SC Centerville, OH Youngstown, OH Groveport, OH Terre Haute, IN Wellfleet, MA Hollywood, CA Grand Rapids, MI Amherst, MA Aliquippa, PA Detroit, MI Lafayette, IN Santa Cruz, CA Austin, TX Hazel Crest, IL Sicklerville, NJ West Enfield, ME Mission Viejo, CA Colorado Springs, CO Brampton, ON, Canada Riviera Beach, FL West Chester, OH Columbus, OH Rome, GA Stamford, CT Mount Vernon, IA Fallon, NV River Ridge, LA Enid, OK Nashville, TN Piscataway, NJ

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2010 TEAM STATISTICS
Won 9, Lost 4 9/13/2010 9/19/2010 9/26/2010 10/3/2010 10/11/2010 10/17/2010 10/31/2010 11/7/2010 11/14/2010 11/21/2010 11/25/2010 12/6/2010 12/12/2010 L W W W W W L W W W W L L 9- 10 28- 14 31- 23 38- 14 29- 20 24- 20 0- 9 23- 20 26- 20 30- 27 26- 10 3- 45 6- 10 Baltimore Ravens New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions at Cleveland Browns Houston Texans Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots Miami Dolphins Rushing No. Yds Avg Long TD L.Tomlinson 195 837 4.3 31 5 S.Greene 161 656 4.1 23t 1 B.Smith 30 219 7.3 53t 1 M.Sanchez 27 90 3.3 20 2 J.McKnight 7 31 4.4 11 0 S.Weatherford 1 17 17.0 17 0 S.Holmes 1 14 14.0 14 0 B.Edwards 1 4 4.0 4 0 T.Richardson 1 2 2.0 2 0 J.Cotchery 3 -2 -0.7 4 0 Team 427 1868 4.4 53t 9 Opponents 338 1151 3.4 30 8 Receiving No. Yds Avg Long TD L.Tomlinson 49 348 7.1 21 0 D.Keller 45 589 13.1 41 5 S.Holmes 41 620 15.1 52 4 B.Edwards 38 674 17.7 74t 6 J.Cotchery 36 393 10.9 49 2 S.Greene 13 101 7.8 15 0 B.Smith 4 44 11.0 23 0 T.Richardson 4 24 6.0 14 0 P .Turner 2 26 13.0 21 0 J.Conner 2 9 4.5 7 0 D.Clowney 1 22 22.0 22 0 B.Hartsock 1 7 7.0 7 0 J.McKnight 1 5 5.0 5 0 Team 237 2862 12.1 74t 17 Opponents 221 2845 12.9 50 20 Interceptions No. Yds Avg Long TD A.Cromartie 3 75 25.0 66 0 D.Lowery 1 26 26.0 26t 1 J.Leonhard 1 2 2.0 2 0 B.Pool 1 0 0.0 0 0 D.Coleman 1 0 0.0 0 0 Team 7 103 14.7 66 1 Opponents 12 97 8.1 28 0 Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B S.Weatherford 70 3025 43.2 39.0 4 32 61 0 Team 70 3025 43.2 39.0 4 3 61 0 Opponents 82 3764 45.3 39.3 3 25 69 1 Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD J.Leonhard 21 19 238 11.3 32 0 K.Wilson 15 2 111 7.4 18 0 A.Cromartie 5 0 36 7.2 16 0 S.Holmes 4 0 40 10.0 14 0 J.McKnight 1 0 18 18.0 18 0 J.Cotchery 1 1 0 0.0 0 0 Team 47 22 443 9.4 32 0 Opponents 23 24 213 9.3 32 0 Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg Long TD B.Smith 44 1226 27.9 89t 1 J.Conner 2 28 14.0 18 0 D.Lowery 2 26 13.0 14 0 K.Wilson 2 22 11.0 15 0 Team 50 1302 26.0 89t 1 Opponents 54 1119 20.7 44 0 Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ N.Folk 1/1 7/8 12/14 3/6 2/5 Team 1/1 7/8 12/14 3/6 2/5 Opponents 0/0 6/7 2/3 6/8 2/2 Fumbles Lost: S.Greene 2, B.Edwards 1, S.Holmes 1, B.Smith 1, M.Sanchez 1 Total: 6 Opponent Fumble Recoveries: S.Pouha 3, J.Taylor 2, D.Revis 2, D.Harris 1, J.Ihedigbo 1, D.Lowery 1, B.Scott 1, B.Thomas 1, J.Leonhard 1, B.Pool 1, L.Laury 1, A.Cromartie 1 Total: 16 Rating 74.2 95.8 118.8 75.1 80.1

Jets Opponent Total First Downs .................................................. 249 ............... 225 Rushing ..................................................................89 ................. 52 Passing .................................................................143 ............... 142 Penalty ...................................................................17 ................. 31 3rd Down: Made/Att .......................................... 72/192 .......... 63/181 3rd Down Pct. ................................................... 37.5% ........... 34.8% 4th Down: Made/Att .............................................. 4/12 ................ 4/6 4th Down Pct. ................................................... 33.3% ........... 66.7% Possession Avg. ................................................. 31:54 ............ 28:06 Total Net Yards ................................................... 4559 ............. 3802 Avg. Per Game ....................................................350.7 ............ 292.5 Total Plays ............................................................896 ............... 806 Avg. Per Play ..........................................................5.1 ................ 4.7 Net Yards Rushing .............................................. 1868 ............. 1151 Avg. Per Game ....................................................143.7 .............. 88.5 Total Rushes..........................................................427 ............... 338 Net Yards Passing ............................................... 2691 ............. 2651 Avg. Per Game ....................................................207.0 ............ 203.9 Sacked/Yards Lost ............................................. 26/171 .......... 32/194 Gross Yards .........................................................2862 ............. 2845 Attempts/Completions...................................... 443/237 ........ 436/221 Completion Pct. ................................................. 53.5% ........... 50.7% Had Intercepted .......................................................12 ................... 7 Punts/Average ................................................ 70/43.2 ..........83/45.3 Net Punting Avg. ................................................. 39.0 .............. 39.3 Penalties/Yards ................................................ 94/856 ...........62/598 Fumbles/Ball Lost ................................................ 20/6 .............20/16 Touchdowns ........................................................... 28 ................. 28 Rushing ....................................................................9 ................... 8 Passing ...................................................................17 ................. 20 Returns .....................................................................2 ................... 0

Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts Team 26 86 69 83 9 273 Opponents 47 72 40 83 0 242 Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt Pts N.Folk 0 0 0 0 26/26 25/34 0 101 B.Edwards 6 0 6 0 0/0 0/0 1 38 L.Tomlinson 5 5 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 D.Keller 5 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 S.Holmes 4 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 B.Smith 2 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 12 J.Cotchery 2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 M.Sanchez 2 2 0 0 0/0 0/ 0 12 S.Greene 1 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 D.Lowery 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 T.Pryce 0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 2 Team 28 9 17 2 26/26 25/34 1 273 Opponents 28 8 20 0 26/27 16/20 0 242 2-Pt. Conversions: Team 1/ 1, Opponents: 0/ 1 Sacks: S.Ellis 4.5, C.Pace 4.5, J.Taylor 4.0, B.Thomas 4.0, D.Harris 3.0, J.Ihedigbo 3.0, S.Pouha 2.0, D.Lowery 2.0, B.Scott 1.0, D.Coleman 1.0, T.Pryce 1.0, B.Pool 1.0, E.Smith 1.0 Team: 32.0, Opponents: 25.0 Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack Lost M.Sanchez 441 235 2852 53.3% 6.5 16 3.6% 12 2.7% 74t 26/ 171 M.Brunell 1 1 7 100.0% 7.0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7 0/ 0 B.Smith 1 1 3 100.0% 3.0 1 100.0% 0 0.0% 3t 0/ 0 Team 443 237 2862 53.5% 6.5 17 3.8% 12 2.7% 74t 26/ 171 Opponents 436 221 2845 50.7% 6.5 20 4.6% 7 1.6% 50 32/ 194

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DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Player Totals Tackles Assists TFL Sacks/Yds QH INT/Yds PD FF FR/Yds David Harris 102 78 24 4 3/23 13 2 1 1/0 Bart Scott 83 57 26 6 1/10 11 1 1 1/0 Jim Leonhard* 66 47 19 1 3 1/2 6 1/-1 Eric Smith 57 37 20 1/4 3 4 Brodney Pool 49 26 23 1 1/6 1 1/0 5 1 1/6 Calvin Pace 46 27 19 2 4.5/19.5 4 1 Sione Pouha 43 28 15 3 2/14 4 4 3/2 Mike DeVito 37 26 11 5 6 1 1 Bryan Thomas 37 24 13 4 4/20 5 1 1 1/16 Antonio Cromartie 35 33 2 3/75 17 1/0 Jason Taylor 30 13 17 6 4/23 7 5 2 2/0 Shaun Ellis 26 18 8 3 4.5/29.5 9 1 Darrelle Revis 24 18 6 11 2/10 Drew Coleman 22 20 2 1 1/7 3 1/0 5 2 Kyle Wilson 18 15 3 3 4 Dwight Lowery 13 7 6 2/11 2 1/26 3 1/0 James Ihedigbo 9 7 2 3/21 2 Vernon Gholston 9 8 1 1 3 Trevor Pryce 3 2 1 1/6 12 Marquice Cole 2 2 1 Matt Kroul 2 1 1 Howard Green 1 1 1 1 Kris Jenkins* 1 1 Josh Mauga 1 1 TOTALS 716 494 208 37 32/184 92 7/103 63 12 14/33 Misc. Tackles: 15 (2 - Braylon Edwards, 11/7, 11/14, 2 - D’Brickashaw Ferguson, 10/17, 12/12, 2 - Santonio Holmes, 11/7, 12/12, Jerricho Cotchery, 10/31, Shonn Greene, 11/25, Dustin Keller 10/31, Nick Mangold, 10/17, Brandon Moore, 10/17, Mark Sanchez, 11/21, Matt Slauson, 10/31, P Turner, 11/21) . Misc. Forced Fumbles: Own Fumble Recoveries: 9 (3 - Mark Sanchez, 11/7, Jerricho Cotchery, 10/31, D’Brickashaw Ferguson, 12/12, Brandon Moore, 12/12, LaDainian Tomlinson, 10/31, Kyle Wilson, 9/13, Damien Woody, 11/7) Touchdowns: 1 (Dwight Lowery 26-yd int, 10/11)

SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES
Player Lance Laury James Ihedigbo Brad Smith Eric Smith Marquice Cole Drew Coleman Josh Mauga Jamaal Westerman John Conner Joe McKnight Jim Leonhard* Dwight Lowery Vernon Gholston Kyle Wilson Tanner Purdum Robert Turner Emanuel Cook Brodney Pool Danny Woodhead David Clowney Kenwin Cummings Nick Folk TOTALS Totals 25 22 16 15 12 9 9 8 8 8 6 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 158 Tackles 17 11 12 11 11 8 6 5 5 6 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 105 Assists 8 11 4 4 1 1 3 3 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 53

SPECIAL TEAMS BIG PLAY
Touchdowns: Blocked Punts: Blocked Punt Returns: Blocked Field Goals: Blocked FG Returns: Blocked Extra Point: Forced Fumbles: Fumble Recoveries: 1 Brad Smith (vs. CIN, 11/25) 1 Eric Smith (at MIA, 9/27) 0 0 0 0 0 2 James Ihedigbo (vs. CIN, 11/25) Lance Laury (at BUF, 10/3)

* - Injured Reserve ^ - No longer on active roster Italicized - No longer with team

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NO. 8 11 34 30 27 38 89 31 86 70 94 62 17 92 60 2 50 23 52 84 10 78 44 81 98 56 26 74 53 25 65 82 97 22 91 93 46 24 49 6 57 68 16 33 99 58 21 88 75 9 55 20 67 NAME Brunell, Mark Clemens, Kellen Cole, Marquice Coleman, Drew Cook, Emanuel Conner, John Cotchery, Jerricho Cromartie, Antonio Cumberland, Jeff DeVito, Mike Dixon, Marcus Ducasse, Vladimir Edwards, Braylon Ellis, Shaun Ferguson, D’Brickashaw Folk, Nick Gholston, Vernon Greene, Shonn Harris, David Hartsock, Ben Holmes, Santonio Hunter, Wayne Ihedigbo, James Keller, Dustin Kroul, Matt Laury, Lance Lowery, Dwight Mangold, Nick Mauga, Josh McKnight, Joe Moore, Brandon Mulligan, Matthew Pace, Calvin Pool, Brodney Pouha, Sione Pryce, Trevor Purdum, Tanner Revis, Darrelle Richardson, Tony Sanchez, Mark Scott, Bart Slauson, Matt Smith, Brad Smith, Eric Taylor, Jason Thomas, Bryan Tomlinson, LaDainian Turner, Patrick Turner, Robert Weatherford, Steve Westerman, Jamaal Wilson, Kyle Woody, Damien POS QB QB CB CB S FB WR CB TE DE DT OL WR DE T K DE RB LB TE WR T S TE DL LB CB C LB RB G TE LB S DT DE LS CB FB QB LB G WR S LB LB RB WR OL P LB CB OL HT 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-4 5-11 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-3 WT 215 220 192 180 202 245 203 210 260 305 295 325 214 290 310 222 260 226 250 268 192 318 214 250 300 242 198 307 245 205 305 265 265 214 325 290 270 198 240 225 242 315 212 207 250 265 215 220 308 215 255 190 327 AGE EXP COLLEGE 40 18 Washington 27 5 Oregon 27 2 Northwestern 27 5 TCU 22 1 South Carolina 23 R Kentucky 28 7 North Carolina State 26 5 Florida State 23 R Illinois 26 4 Maine 26 1 Hampton 23 R Massachusetts 27 6 Michigan 33 11 Tennessee 27 5 Virginia 26 4 Arizona 24 3 Ohio State 25 2 Iowa 26 4 Michigan 30 7 Ohio State 26 5 Ohio State 29 7 Hawaii 27 4 Massachusetts 26 3 Purdue 24 1 Iowa 28 5 South Carolina 24 3 San Jose State 26 5 Ohio State 23 1 Nevada 22 R Southern California 30 8 Illinois 25 2 Maine 30 8 Wake Forest 26 6 Oklahoma 31 6 Utah 35 14 Clemson 26 1 Baker 25 4 Pittsburgh 39 16 Auburn 24 2 Southern California 30 9 Southern Illinois 24 2 Nebraska 27 5 Missouri 27 5 Michigan State 36 14 Akron 31 9 Alabama-Birmingham 31 10 TCU 23 1 Southern California 26 3 New Mexico 28 5 Illinois 25 2 Rutgers 23 R Boise State 33 12 Boston College ACTIVE ROSTER - 53 RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT 24 3 Tennessee PRACTICE SQUAD 24 2 Connecticut 25 3 Michigan 24 1 UTEP 24 2 San Jose State 25 3 Minnesota 23 R Hawaii 23 R Nevada - Las Vegas 28 R Eastern Washington RESERVE/INJURED 31 10 Maryland 28 6 Wisconsin 25 3 San Diego State 25 2 Washington State HOMETOWN Santa Maria, CA Burns, OR Hazel Crest, IL Henderson, TX Riviera Beach, FL West Chester, OH Birmingham, AL Tallahassee, FL Columbus, OH Wellfleet, MA Rome, GA Stamford, CT Detroit, MI Anderson, SC Freeport, NY Hollywood, CA Detroit, MI Sicklerville, NJ Grand Rapids, MI Chillicothe, OH Bella Glade, FL Honolulu, HI Amherst, MA Lafayette, IN Mount Vernon, IA Hopkins, SC Santa Cruz, CA Centerville, OH Fallon, NV River Ridge, LA Gary, IN West Enfield, ME Douglasville, GA Corpus Christi, TX Salt Lake City, UT Brooklyn, NY Enid, OK Aliquippa, PA Daleville, AL Mission Viejo, CA Detroit, MI Colorado Springs, CO Youngstown, OH Groveport, OH Pittsburgh, PA Birmingham, AL Rosebud, TX Nashville, TN Austin, TX Terre Haute, IN Brampton, ON, Canada Piscataway, NJ Beaverdam, VA HOW ACQ FA-10 D2-06 FA-09 D6-06 FA-10 D5-10 D4a-04 T-10 (SD) FA-10 FA-07 W-10 (DAL) D2-10 T-09 (CLV) D1a-00 D1a-06 FA-10 D1a-08 D3-09 D2-07 FA-09 T-10 (PIT) FA-07 FA-08 D1b-08 FA-09 FA-10 D4-08 D1b-06 FA-10 D4-10 FA-03 W-09 (TEN) UFA-08 (ARZ) FA-10 D3-05 FA-10 FA-10 D1-07 UFA-08 (MIN) D1-09 UFA-09 (BLT) D6-09 D4a-06 D3b-06 UFA-10 (MIA) D1-02 FA-10 W-10 (MIA) FA-07 FA-09 FA-09 D1-10 UFA-08 (DET)

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QB LB LB C DT WR LB DT DB DT S QB DE

6-5 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-8 6-4 5-8 6-5 6-8

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D5-08 FA-10 FA-10 FA-10 FA-10 FA-10 FA-10 FA-10 FA-10 T-08 (CAR) UFA-09 (BLT) T-09 (DET) FA-08

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3 18 29 48 51 59 71 95 96 7 36 77 79

Erik Ainge Logan Payne Isaiah Trufant Brashton Satele Cody Brown Robby Felix Jarron Gilbert Shawn Crable Martin Tevaseu Kevin O’Connell Jim Leonhard Kris Jenkins Ropati Pitoitua

QB WR DB LB LB C DT LB DT QB S DT DE

6-5 6-2 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-2 6-5 5-8 6-4 6-8

Hillsboro, OR Lutz, FL Tacoma, WA Mililani, HI Coral Springs, FL Corona, CA New Orleans, LA Massillon, OH Oakland, CA Carlsbad, CA Ladysmith, WI Ypsilanti, MI Spanaway, WA

205 170 248 252 295 285 250 325 225 188 360 315

0/0/0/3

11/11/0/0 1/1/0/0

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