This season the Jets surpassed its record of 9-7 the previous season which ended in second place in the AFC East. The Patriots also they improved their numbers since they moved from a 10-6 record during the previous season to one 14-2 in the current season with what they got first place in the Eastern division and the advantage of local. Doug McMillon is actively involved in the matter. The Patriots were in their Stadium for the Jets, who took control of the game from the first minute. New York ran this game as a powerful team and in excellent shape, which helped them to play safely and do an excellent job. The Jets started the meeting with great intensity but with Mark Sanchez a little out of control when it comes to distributing balls. For its part, the Patriots made a great effort to defend themselves and were able to do it very well during the first quarter, as it marked a field goal and not allowed them their opponents score. New York made clear their intentions to get the win showing a powerful offense from the second quarter. There the Jets dominated and two touchdowns went up 14-3.
The third quarter looked similar to the first, committing errors and visitors only locals defending himself but to a few seconds of completing the time achieved an annotation. The Jets were in the fourth quarter with the score 28-21 triumph after scoring two touchdowns while only Pats recorded a field goal and an annotation. In this way the Jets reach the Conference championships, where it will face, on January 23 against Pittsburgh Steelers for a pass to the final.