Jets vs. Patriots: How to watch NFL Week 6 game
NFL Week 5 saw the New England Patriots beat the New York Jets, but in this edition of the NFL’s Countdown to the Next Game, we take a look at some of the things we learned from that game.
The Patriots, who went on to win their first Super Bowl since 1997, were dominant throughout the game, outscoring the Jets 17-3.
They held a 20-point advantage in total offense and scored 17 points in the first quarter.
It was the third time in four weeks that New England won a game with a total of 15 points or more.
New England was dominant in every area of the field, including on the ground.
The offense outscored the Jets 32-16 in the second quarter.
New York led 24-0 in the third quarter, but the Patriots came up short.
Brady completed just eight of 26 passes for 105 yards.
The Jets, who had a combined 19 sacks in the two games, held Brady to one completion for six yards.
Brady finished 10 of 22 for 123 yards.
New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers The New Orleans Pelicans played the Tampa Bay Lightning in Week 4 and won their third straight game, 34-33.
The game featured a matchup of the two most decorated teams in NBA history, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics.
The Lakers led by as many as 27 points early in the fourth quarter, when they scored 16 straight points to take a 14-point lead into the fourth.
Boston tied the game on a 3-pointer by Shaquille O’Neal with 2:22 left in the game.
It took Boston 15:39 to get the ball back, but they couldn’t get it to the basket.
The Celtics scored a career-high 35 points to go ahead 24-19.
New coach Doc Rivers was asked about the game after the game whether he thought the Lakers would get their next win.
“I don’t think so,” Rivers said.
“They played good basketball.
I thought they did a good job in the halfcourt and they took some shots.
I don’t know how we beat them.
But they played good.”
The Lakers went on a 26-7 run to take an 18-point cushion and extend the lead to 25-20.
Boston led 35-24 at halftime.
The Pistons scored a season-high 28 points to extend their lead to 38-28 with 8:40 left in overtime.
Detroit missed a wide-open 3-point attempt by Anthony Davis with 2 seconds left in regulation.
The Jazz were up 28-25 with 1:21 left in OT.
The Saints had a 23-0 run in the final 2:45 to take the lead for good at 43-37.
New Times Sports Writer Andrew Weber contributed to this report.