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WEEK 6: JETS 35, COLTS 9 Shonn Greene (Credit: AP)

WEEK 6: JETS 35, COLTS 9
Shonn Greene ran for a career-high 161 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Jets ended a two-game skid. Mark Sanchez threw two touchdown passes and had no turnovers. | Game story | Game stats |

Jets 2012 schedule and results

A look at the 2012 season for the New York Jets.

WEEK 1: JETS 48, BILLS 28 Mark Sanchez
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WEEK 1: JETS 48, BILLS 28
Mark Sanchez completed 19 of 27 passes for 266 yards and three touchdowns and wasn't sacked as the Jets opened a 41-7 lead in the season opener. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 2: STEELERS 27, JETS 10The Jets offense
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WEEK 2: STEELERS 27, JETS 10
The Jets offense took a step back from Week 1, with Mark Sanchez going 10-for-27 for 138 yards and one touchdown. Santonio Holmes (three catches, 28 yards, one touchdown) and Shonn Greene (11 carries, 23 yards) were also underwhelming. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 3: JETS 23, Dolphins 20The Jets offense
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WEEK 3: JETS 23, Dolphins 20
The Jets offense and defense was inconsistent, but Nick Folk proved to be the ultimate deciding factor, kicking the game-winning 33-yard field goal with 6:04 left in overtime. | Game stats | Game story |

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WEEK 4: 49ERS 34, JETS 0 The Jets
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WEEK 4: 49ERS 34, JETS 0
The Jets offense was completely stifled, with Mark Sanchez passing for 103 yards and the Jets running game gaining just 45 yards. The defense wasn't much better, allowing the 49ers 245 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 5: TEXANS 23, JETS 17 The Jets
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WEEK 5: TEXANS 23, JETS 17
The Jets hung tough with the undefeated Texans, but Mark Sanchez threw interceptions near the end of each half to stifle whatever momentum the Jets were gaining. Joe McKnight returned a third-quarter kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown to provide the biggest offensive play of the night. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 6: JETS 35, COLTS 9 Shonn Greene
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WEEK 6: JETS 35, COLTS 9
Shonn Greene ran for a career-high 161 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Jets ended a two-game skid. Mark Sanchez threw two touchdown passes and had no turnovers. | Game story | Game stats |

WEEK 7: PATRIOTS 29, JETS 26 Mark Sanchez
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WEEK 7: PATRIOTS 29, JETS 26
Mark Sanchez fumbled in overtime to end the game, after the Jets completed a 10-point comeback in the fourth quarter and took a late three-point lead. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 8: DOLPHINS 30, JETS 9 The Jets
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WEEK 8: DOLPHINS 30, JETS 9
The Jets were unable to score until a third quarter field goal finally put them on the board. But by then, the Dolphins had already scored 20 points. Miami's special teams players were the stars, returning a blocked punt for a touchdown and also blocking a field goal attempt. | Game stats | Game story |

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WEEK 8: SEAHAWKS 28, JETS 7 Marshawn Lynch
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WEEK 8: SEAHAWKS 28, JETS 7
Marshawn Lynch ran for 124 yards and a score, Sidney Rice had two receiving touchdowns and Golden Tate had a passing touchdown and a receiving touchdown for Seattle. Muhammad Wilkerson returned a Russell Wilson fumble 21 yards for a touchdown for the Jets' lone score. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 8: JETS 27, RAMS 13 Mark Sanchez
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WEEK 8: JETS 27, RAMS 13
Mark Sanchez completed 15 of 20 passes for 178 yards and a touchdown and Bilal Powell had two rushing TDs. Bart Scott had a fumble recovery and Eric Smith had an interception. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 12: PATRIOTS 49, JETS 19 The Jets
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WEEK 12: PATRIOTS 49, JETS 19

The Jets were embarrassed on Thanksgiving day, committing four fumbles and giving up three touchdowns in a 52-second span. Tom Brady threw for 323 yards and three touchdowns. | Game story | Game stats |

WEEK 13: JETS 7, CARDINALS 6Backup QB Greg
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WEEK 13: JETS 7, CARDINALS 6
Backup QB Greg McElroy replaced Mark Sanchez --athow had thrown three interceptions -- with 4:48 left in the third quarter and led the Jets to their only touchdown on his first drive. McElroy (5-7, 29 yards) connected with tight end Jeff Cumberland on a one-yard score at the start of the fourth quarter. | Game story | Game stats |

WEEK 14: JETS 17, JAGUARS 10 Shonn Greene
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WEEK 14: JETS 17, JAGUARS 10
Shonn Greene (19 carries, 78 yards) and Bilal Powell (20 carries, 77 yards) each scored a touchdown to lead the Jets past Jacksonville. The Jaguars mounted a drive at the end of the game, but Ellis Lankster picked off a Chad Henne pass at the Jets' four-yard line with 15 seconds left. | Game story | Game stats |

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WEEK 15: TITANS 14, JETS 10 The Jets
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WEEK 15: TITANS 14, JETS 10
The Jets committed five turnovers, including four interceptions by Mark Sanchez, as they were eliminated from the playoff hunt. Chris Johnson scored on a 94-yard run, and quarterback Jake Locker added a touchdown run of his own for the Titans.| Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 16: CHARGERS 27, JETS 17 The Chargers
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WEEK 16: CHARGERS 27, JETS 17
The Chargers sacked Greg McElroy 11 times and scored two touchdowns in the second half as the Jets lost their second straight game. McElroy was 14-24 for 185 yards, no touchdowns and an interception in his starting debut. Shonn Greene scored on two one-yard plunges for the Jets. | Game stats | Game story |

WEEK 17: BILLS 28, JETS 9 Mark Sanchez
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WEEK 17: BILLS 28, JETS 9
Mark Sanchez completed 17 of 35 passes for 205 yards and had two turnovers, including a 20-yard interception return for a touchdown by Bryan Scott. The Bills had three rushing touchdowns, including a four-yard scamper by former Jet Brad Smith out of the Wildcat formation. | Game stats | Game story |

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