TOJ Tweet Summary: Week 4 – Jets vs. Jaguars

Daniel Essien with a #JetsTwitter summary from the New York Jets week 4 win…

The TOJ Tweet Summary continues with week 4: Jets vs. Jaguars. The Jacksonville Jaguars were coming into town just coming off of a 44-7 win over the Ravens. But things didn’t come as easily against the Jets at MetLife much to the joy and conflicted sadness of Jets fans online. Here’s a review of the game through #JetsTwitter.

1st Half

It was no secret was the threat was coming in…

…and he didn’t waste time. After the Jets punted on the opening drive, Fournette scored on the Jaguars’ first drive to make it 7-0.

Jets answered on the next drive with bizarre long TD run from Bilal Powell.

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The Jets struggled to contain Fournette but kept the Jaguars out of the end zone. Jaguars added a field goal to make it 10-7.

Jets responded with a field goal of their own to tie it up 10-10 as Bilal Powell eclipsed 100 yards in the first half.

Then after forcing a three and out, the Jets got the ball back with enough time on the clock to put up points before the half.
Things started well with an awesome play by Austin Seferian-Jenkins…

But then the drive stalled for the Jets due to an overflow of penalties and they had to punt. However…then things got bizarre…

Here comes the drop…hands up! 

2nd Half

After that…unexpected end to the first half, the Jets defense came out strong in the second half and forced a punt. Then it was Eli McGuire preparing for takeoff…

Jets then began to take the game over defensively, highlighted by a hard hit by Demario Davis in one series and an incredible INT by Kony Ealy in another, which led to a field goal to make it 20-10.

Later after a Jaguars missed field goal, the Jets drive down the field and into the red zone after a deep pass from McCown to Robby Anderson.

Then…yeah…

Then, as both teams slogged towards the finish line of this game, the Dolphins got lucky as Bilal Powell fell down on a route leading to an interception and a field goal to tie it up at 20-20 and force overtime.

In overtime, both teams looked unlikely to do anything until a 15 yard penalty on special teams set the Jets up for a walk-off game winning field goal.

Post-game

It was ugly but the Jets pulled it off and showed signs of improvement in some areas…

…but of course wins this season won’t come without tank-related internal and external fan conflict.

Can’t we all just get along?

In the end, biggest shoutout goes to Kony Ealy.

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