Heroes, zeros from Jets’ loss to Patriots: New England linebacker wreaked havoc

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In the second quarter of the Patriots' 15-10 victory over the Jets, tight end Pharaoh Brown caught a 58-yard touchdown throw from Mac Jones.

Zach Wilson, the Jets' quarterback, received loud jeers once more at MetLife Stadium.

He completed 18 of his 36 passes for 157 yards without a score, and with 2:19 left, he was sacked in the end zone for a safety.

Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon wreaked havoc all day, recording two of New England’s three sacks, including one for a safety.

60 Total yards of offense for the Jets through three quarters. And they were outgained 358-171 for the game.

Zeroed Playoff Hopes: The Jets' loss dealt a significant blow to their playoff aspirations, leaving fans disappointed and questioning the team's future prospects.

Coaching Heroism: Bill Belichick's coaching prowess was evident as he outmaneuvered the Jets' coaching staff, leading his team to victory.

Zeroed-Injuries Plague Jets: Injuries plagued the Jets, with key players sidelined, negatively impacting their ability to compete effectively.