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SEA vs NYJ recap
The Seattle Defense dominated once again, even if it was against a struggling Jets offense.
The Jets had 185 total yards, scored no points, gave up the ball three times, and got sacked three times as well. Despite their offensive woes, the Jets had a dismal day by their standards.
The Seattle Seahawks had little trouble dispatching the New York Jets at home in Week 10, winning by a score of 28-7. In fact, if not for a 21-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Muhammad Wilkerson in the first quarter, the Jets would have been shut out completely.
Back on a roll heading into their bye week, Wilson isn't the only one throwing touchdowns for the Seahawks. Even receivers like Golden Tate are getting in on the fun.
Wilson tossed two TDs, before Tate's shot put TD pass to Sidney Rice late in the fourth quarter capped the Seahawks' 28-7 rout of the New York Jets on Sunday.
Tate's 23-yard TD toss to Rice was punctuated by the receiver taking a bow to three sides of CenturyLink Field. It might as well have been a collective bow by the entire Seahawks sideline after a dominating second half.
Marshawn Lynch added 124 yards rushing and a 1-yard TD plunge as the Seahawks (6-4) won their second straight, improved to 5-0 at home and sent the Jets to their worst start since 2007. Lynch also topped 1,000 yards for the season on an 18-yard run, bouncing off tacklers late in the fourth quarter. He has 1,005 for the season.
Wilson finished 12-of-19 for 188 yards and still has not thrown an interception at home. His only mistake was holding the ball too long on a first-quarter sack that resulted in Muhammad Wilkerson's fumble return for a touchdown.
Rice had just two receptions, but both went for touchdowns.
Mark Sanchez struggled in his meeting against Seattle coach Pete Carroll, his former coach at USC. Sanchez threw a costly interception at the goal line in the first half, then fumbled at the Seattle 32 on a blitz from Richard Sherman and Seattle's Jason Jones recovered in the fourth quarter.
Sanchez finished 9-of-22 for 124 yards. Tim Tebow ran four times for 14 yards, and was 3-of-3 passing for 8 yards. Neither did much to help the Jets win on Sunday.
The Jets finished with only 72 yards in the second half. It's the second time this season the Jets were held under 200 yards of offense.
Wilkerson's fumble return for a touchdown was the first against the Seahawks since 2009. Seattle's problems keeping possession weren't done. Lynch fumbled on the first play of the second quarter at the New York 40, his first lost fumble in a year. Lynch sat on the bench with his headband pulled over his face in disgust.
Lynch's fumble nearly became the turning point for the Jets. Tebow converted third-down with a 3-yard keeper, then Sanchez found Jeremy Kerley for 43 yards to the Seattle 7 on a blown coverage.
But on third-and-goal Sherman baited Sanchez into throwing across the field, where the Seahawks cornerback stepped in to steal his fourth interception of the season.
Sherman's sack in the fourth quarter was the first of his career. The Seahawks also got a key turnover when Kerley muffed a punt that was recovered byKam Chancellor. Seattle capitalized on the turnover and took a 14-7 lead at halftime on Lynch's 1-yard plunge.
And at 6-4 heading in to their bye, the Seahawks know they're in the middle of the NFC playoff chase. With their #1 defense and good capitalization on offense, they could be a real contender.
“I think we have the ability to take off right now,” Wilson said.
The Jets, however, are at an all-time low point in the Rex Ryan era. At their current record, they have about a 2% chance of making the playoffs.
"I don't know how many more losses you can spot somebody before you think can make the playoffs,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said. "It's about a two percent chance at making the playoffs with the record we have and we are going to take that shot."
Seattle seems to have found the sweet spot of great defensive play with a good running game that Jets are looking to get back to. If anything, the Jets should have taken notes on the sidelines, because it seems to be working for the Seahawks.
If only the Jets had a Marshawn Lynch instead of a Shonn Greene.