Jacksonville 24 Jets 22: The Jets rallied from an 11-point fourth quarter deficit only to see the Jaguars comeback and win the game. Trailing 21-10, New York kicked a field goal at the start of the fourth quarter and then the defense forced the Jaguars to go three and out. New York then launched a 16-play drive that culminated in a touchdown run by Thomas Jones to put them up 22-21. They went for two, but Braylon Edwards dropped the conversion attempt, a mistake that proved to be very costly.
Twice in the second half the Jets had to call timeouts to avoid too many men on the field penalties and that was a huge factor in the final drive because Jacksonville marched the ball down the field. With under two minutes left, and no timeouts the Jets tried to let the Jaguars score, but Maurice Jones-Drew intentionally fell down at the Jets 1. That allowed the Jaguars to run the clock down to three seconds and they kicked the game-winning field goal as time expired.