New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos: 4 Things We Learned from Jets' 17-13 Loss

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New York Jets vs. Denver Broncos: 4 Things We Learned from Jets' 17-13 Loss
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Thursday night's loss to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos may have ended the New York Jets season and disproved Rex Ryan's guarantee a little earlier than usual.  

The game was close to the very end, similar to the end of the first half during last week's game against New England. Mark Sanchez and the offense left too much time on the clock with not enough points on the board, this time for Tim Tebow and not Tom Brady.  Similar to Brady, Tebow was able to methodically drive down the field and finish it off himself with a 20-yard touchdown run that would ultimately decided the game.

For the Jets, this was an agonizing defeat, as this was their game to lose, and that is exactly what they did.  Just like their loss to the Patriots, mistakes like fumbles and missed field goals culminated into one ugly performance, except for the defense who played a great game but could not support the atrocious offense for all four quarters.

With that, let's take a look at what we learned from the big trap game loss.

As always, feedback is welcome.  Enjoy!

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