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New York Jets: What Good Can Be Taken out of Their Loss to the Ravens?
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Last night's 34-17 loss to the Baltimore Ravens was undoubtedly the worst performance by the New York Jets under head coach Rex Ryan.

Quarterback Mark Sanchez threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown and lost three fumbles as the Jets offense only managed to record 150 yards.

New York also committed nine penalties for 69 yards, and the Ravens dominated the time of possession, controlling the ball for an unbelievable 37:28 minutes compared to the Jets' 22:32.

The Jets' offensive line was pushed around all night, and at one point Ryan was forced to use Wayne Hunter, Vladamir Ducasse, and Matt Slauson all at the same time. Sanchez was hit time and time again, and was unable to get into a groove for a second straight week.

Ryan has been known to run his mouth, but he usually backs it up on the field. However, last night's game caused a lot of fans to lose hope in his team. One fan blogged on the Jets' game cast, "Big mouth can't back it up. Again."

However, all hope is not lost for the Jets.

Despite being down 27-7 early, the Jets managed to get to within ten before Sanchez threw the interception that was returned for six points. Some good can be taken out of last night's debacle, and here are some key points that may help the Jets as the season progresses.

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