Plaxico Burress found the end zone three times as the Jets came from behind to beat the Chargers, 27-21, on Sunday. After a sluggish first half -- including two turnovers -- the Jets rallied for 17 unanswered points in the second to improve to 4-3. On the Jets' very first possession, Dustin Keller had the ball ripped out of his hands by Donald Butler, who returned the fumble 37 yards for a touchdown. Then the Chargers drove down the field and scored following an Eric Weddle interception of Mark Sanchez.

But the second half was a different story. Burress had two of his three touchdown receptions after intermission, including the go-ahead score with 8:41 remaining. The Jets also picked off San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers twice and had Shonn Greene rush for over 112 yards. The comeback win lets them enter the bye on a positive note. c