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October 22, 2019

NFL: New England Patriots at New York Jets
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Happy Victory Tuesday, everyone!

Usually, the Tuesday morning after a Monday Night Patriots game has me all kinds of exhausted. The game never ends before 11:30, and then I’m either up all night watching highlights and trying to come down off the adrenaline rush or lying awake staring at the ceiling all night trying to figure out how the Patriots could possibly have dropped that game (mostly the former). But it seems that when the Patriots play the Jets in primetime, it’s more or less over in the first quarter and the real struggle becomes staying awake long enough to watch the whole thing. Last night was an absolute beatdown in which the game was well in hand right from the get-go and the Jets did themselves absolutely no favors on the way to yet another embarrassing performance that the whole country got to watch. (READ MORE) by

Darnold turned the ball over five times as the Jets failed to score on Monday night. 
Photo: Darnold turned the ball over five times as the Jets failed to score on Monday night. Chris Szagola/CSM/Shutterstock

Maybe Sam Darnold really was seeing ghosts.

Down 24–0 in the second quarter of Week 7’s contest against the Patriots, the Jets’ 22-year-old quarterback admitted as much while sitting on the sideline. Darnold had just thrown his second interception of the game––his third turnover of the half––in what had become an early blowout for New England at MetLife Stadium.

“They’re going to keep bringing it,” the mic’d up Darnold said, later adding, “I’m seeing ghosts.” (READ MORE) by ALAA ABDELDAIEM | Sports Illustrated

The swarming New England Patriots’ defense had New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold seeing “ghosts” Monday night.

The unit, which has been ridiculously good during the team’s undefeated streak, took its performance to another level during the Patriots’ 33-0 beatdown of the Jets on Monday night. The Patriots intercepted four passes, forced two fumbles and safety as they improved their record to 7-0. (READ MORE) by Geoffrey C. Arnold | The Oregonian/OregonLive

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