Jets vs. Steelers 2011: Jets Finish with 19 Total Yards in First Quarter
Jets vs. Steelers 2011: Jets Finish with 19 Total Yards in First Quarter.
After one quarter of action in the AFC Championship Game, the New York Jets find themselves trailing the Pittsburgh Steelers, 7-0.
The Jets have been severely limited by the Steelers' defense, with only 17 yards passing and two yards rushing.
The Steelers have possessed the ball for over 10 minutes, while the Jets have had the ball for just four.
The Steelers have run 18 plays to the Jets' seven.
And Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall has found success running the ball against a Jets defense that allowed just 3.6 yards per carry in the regular season.
Mendenhall has 41 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries thus far.
Mendenhall rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown against the Jets in Week 15.
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