The Jets' goal was simple: pressure Tom Brady.
The Jets learned, much as the Giants did before them, that when you apply pressure to Tom Brady, "Mr. Clutch" has a tendency to be anything but.
Thus was the case in the Jets' 16-9 victory over the Patriots on Sunday.
Tom Brady was not horrible in the loss, he simply played more like the Tom Brady of 2001-2006 than the Tom Brady of 2007. This time, though, his defense didn't finish the job for him.
Brady's performance against Rex Ryan's defense was a shaky one: he completed only 23 of 47 passes for 216 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception.
His quarterback rating for the day was a lowly 53.1.
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Article written by Ryan Michael