Jets vs. Redskins: 5 Things We Learned from New York's 34-19 Win

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Jets vs. Redskins: 5 Things We Learned from New York's 34-19 Win
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The New York Jets played sloppy football for three-and-a-half quarters before pulling away late and defeating the Washington Redskins 34-19 on Sunday.

This was the second straight week the Jets staged a fourth-quarter comeback. In both games, Santonio Holmes caught the go-ahead touchdown pass. Against the Redskins, Mark Sanchez hit Holmes for a 30-yard touchdown on a beautiful slant-and-go pattern. 

The win, coupled with the Cincinnati Bengals loss, pulled the Jets to a four-way tie for the final wild-card spot in the AFC. 

The Jets (7-5) return home to take on the Kansas City Chiefs next Sunday. 

Before looking ahead to next week, let's take a deeper look at this week's contest. 

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