The New England Patriots took on the New York Jets for Monday Night Football at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA last night. Determined not to lose again the New Yorkers, Tom Brady and his team took their guest for a ride, handing them a harsh 45-3 loss in the end. The most anticipated match-up of the year was not as even as most thought it would be. With both teams coming in on a 9-2 record and tied atop the AFC East, you would think both would bring their best to the field. However, that was not the case. The Jets couldn’t even lay a finger on the Patriots, as N.E. swept them for possession of the division. Vegas odds.
It was a bright day for Patriot fans. Not only did they prove one of the best teams in the NFL, many personal achievements occurred in this game as well. Most notably, Brady threw 21 of 29 for 326 yards to attain his NFL record high 26th regular-season home win in a row. This was also the QB’s second successive game with four touchdown passes and no interceptions. Last but not least, Brady improved to 252 touchdown passes for 13th place in the NFL. Other key players that contributed to taking down the Jets were RBs BenJarvus Green-Ellis [18-72] and Danny Woodhead [4-104]. Overall, both offense and defense did a great job in this game. The defense kept N.Y. from making any big moves and intercepted Mark Sanchez three times as well, while the offense handled the Jets to allow ample time for Brady to throw. Working together, the Patriots breezed through the game without much protest from the Jets all night. Just like that, they moved up to 10-3. Betting lines.
The Jets simply fell apart in this game, which resulted in their first road loss of the season. The teams widely praised offense and defense failed to come through for some reason, and instead let the Pat’s runs and receivers run wild. Perhaps they will be able to get back to form in time to play the Miami Dolphins next week on December 12th. Be sure to follow it all at www.scoresandodds.com, your source for the best online betting information around. Sports scores.