Heroes, zeroes and complete blitzes in the Jets’ 13-10 win over the Giants on Sunday afternoon.
Zach Wilson put together a miserable first 59 minutes to throw consecutive 29-yard passes in the final 24 seconds to set up the tying field goal and threw a pass that resulted in a pass interference penalty to set up the overtime game-winner.
Graham Gano missed two field goals, including a 35-yarder that would have essentially iced the Giants’ victory with 28 seconds remaining.
Greg Zuerlein made the tying kick (35 yards) on the final play of regulation and the game-winner (33 yards) in overtime. Punter Thomas Morstead ensured the Jets won the battle for field position averaging 48.1 yards on 11 punts and losing four inside the 20-yard line.
-9: Clear passing yards for the Giants, who showed no confidence in third-string quarterback Tommy DeVito when he replaced the injured Tyrod Taylor.
Quote of the day
“I’m still trying to understand how we won.”
— Jets wide receiver Allen Lazard