Giants vs. Jets: 4 Things We Learned from New York Jets' 29-14 Loss

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Giants vs. Jets: 4 Things We Learned from New York Jets' 29-14 Loss
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The New York Jets put forth another embarrassing display on Saturday and fell to the rival New York Giants 29-14. 

The Jets actually got off to a great start and led 7-0 early in the first quarter, but then the wheels fell off. 

As badly as they played, the Jets were actually still in the game until late in fourth quarter and had a chance to drive the length of the field for the win.

However, on the first play of the drive, Mark Sanchez dropped back to pass and was sacked in the end zone for a safety. That play effectively ended the game and was a microcosm of the Jets' season. 

Let's take a look at what we learned from the latest loss by the Jets. 

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