Our Jets had another prime time game, their 4th nationally televised game in five weeks, and came away with another victory. Brett Favre and Randy Moss headlined the game, but the Jets did enough to come away with the win. A timely interception return for a touchdown late in the 4th quarter sealed the game for Gang Green.

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Brett Favre was Brett Favre for about 12 minutes on Monday night. He threw three touchdowns in what seemed to be about 45 seconds. The rest of the game however, the Jets defense had Favre running for his life. He had no time to throw, struggled to handle the snap, and wasn’t able to send any picture messages to the cute girls working in the New Meadowlands Stadium. LT looked good, again, and Antonio Cromartie held Randy Moss in check for most of the game. The Jets seem to be clicking on all cylinders right now.

Game Ball: Antonio Cromartie

Offense:

LaDanian Tomlinson- Tomlinson has officially taken over as the lead back for gang green. He carried the ball 20 times and caught five passes out of the backfield for a total of 107 yards. He looks like LT circa 2005, and his elusiveness and shiftiness look as if he’s 21 and not 31. Signing LT has been the best move the Jets made this past off-season, but the next best move was adding…

Santonio Holmes- Holmes’ first game back wasn’t anything to write home about. He had only three catches for 41 yards, but was targeted 9 times by Mark Sanchez. Once Holmes gets on track with Sanchez, he’ll become a huge asset for the Jets, allowing them to not have to rely on the leg of…

Special Teams:

Nick Folk- Folk was a perfect 5-5 accounting for 17 points Monday night. He hit a long of 53, and there was never a doubt on any of the attempts. The game was also never in doubt after the biggest play of the game by…

Defense:

Dwight Lowery- Dwight made a great play on a ball that Favre tried to force into coverage. After having three relatively quiet games to start the season, Lowery had a sack against Buffalo, and the game sealing touchdown Monday night.

Calvin Pace- Playing in his first game of the season, Pace was all over Favre. He had three tackles and 1.5 sacks against Favre. Getting pressure on Favre was the key to the victory.

What’s Next?

Gang Green is heading to the Rockies to take on the Broncos in the Mile High City. There pass defense could be without Darrelle Revis, which could be a problem, as Kyle Orton leads the league in passing yards. The J-E-T-S put their 4-1 record on the line at 4:05 p.m. on CBS.