Entering the season, one of the big questions facing the Jets was how well Chad Pennington's shoulder would hold up. With erratic performances in the first two games of the season, Sunday's 26-20 loss against the Jaguars couldn't make Jets fans feel any better. At the start of the 2nd half, Pennington was sacked on consecutive plays and had his shoulder injured on the 2nd sack. Pennington would return later (after an injury to backup Jay Fiedler's knee), only missing 6 offensive plays.

While playing with injury, Pennington led the Jets to two field goals to send the game to overtime. After both teams turned the ball over in OT, the Jaguars took advantage of an opportunistic Jets defense on the game winning play on a pass from Byron Leftwich to Jimmy Smith (as diagramed by The Times).

After losing two of his quarterbacks, Herm Edwards said today that he's prepping Brooks Bollinger to start Sunday at Baltimore. The 3rd year player from Wisconsin has only made one appearance, going 5-of-9 for 60 yards against Arizona last season. Looks like the offensive woes for the Jets might continue.

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