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Wide receiver Jeremy Kerley has caught every pass thrown his way (17/17) yet he only averages 7.8 yards a reception. They took over at their own 27 after a Patriots punt and a costly penalty on Jets cornerback Xavier Coleman on the punt return.

The Jets jumped out to an outstanding start, scoring two touchdowns in their first three drives while keeping New England's powerful offense at bay. McCown, on the other hand, finished his half with 186 yards, one pick, and a pair of touchdowns.

The play was overturned when the officials determined Seferian-Jenkins lost control of the ball before he crossed the goal line and didn't recover possession until he was out of bounds in the end zone.

After getting ahead 14-0 in the second quarter, the New York Jets dropped a 24-17 decision to visiting New England Patriots Sunday.

The Jets appeared to make it a 24-21 game midway through the fourth quarter, but the officials took the touchdown away after a controversial review.

On the ground, Dion Lewis rushed for 53 yards in seven carries while Mike Gillislee added 52 yards in 12 attempts. The run game will help slow down Ealy and the rest of the Jets pass rush and keep Tom Brady upright. As was the case most the day, the Jets contained Brady.

McCown (31-for-47, 354 yards, 2 TDs, 2 INTs) completed a 13- play, 88-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Seferian-Jenkins with 9:08 to play in the first quarter.

The turnover gave the Patriots the ball at their own 37 with 35 seconds left in the half. Darron Lee, Marcus Maye and others tried, but Gronk dominated the Jets throughout the game. That tied the game at 14. He bookended the double score with the 33-yard rumble.

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