1:00 PM ET, November 14, 2010
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
CLEVELAND -- Santonio Holmes almost felt sorry for Rob Ryan.The other Ryan wasn't so sympathetic.Holmes scored on a 37-yard touchdown pass from Mark Sanchez with 16 seconds left, giving the New York Jets their second straight overtime win, 26-20 over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday -- also the AFC East leaders' eighth straight regular-season road win.
Sanchez Enjoys Life Outside
Jets QB Mark Sanchez was far more productive throwing outside of the pocket Sunday compared to his previous eight games.
|1st 8 Gms||Sunday|
|>>Includes TD pass|
• The Jets are the first team to win consecutive overtime road games, according to the Elias Sports Bureau, having won in Detroit and now in Cleveland.
• It's the first time the Jets won an overtime game on a touchdown reception since Oct. 18, 1987 (a win over the Dolphins), and the fourth time in their history.
• The Browns lost an overtime game on a passing TD for the first time since Sept. 24, 1978 (a loss to the Steelers).
• The Jets rushed for over 100 yards for the ninth straight game to open the season. The only other time they've done that was 1978.
• New York kicker Nick Folk missed a career-high three field goals.
-- ESPN Stats & Information
Rob Ryan fell to 0-3 in NFL matchups and 3-5 overall coaching against his brother. ... The Browns were deprived their 500th win. ... Browns LB Marcus Benard, briefly hospitalized after fainting in the locker room on Thursday, recorded one sack. ... After allowing 196 yards in the first half, the Jets limited the Browns to 107 in the second and OT. ... Browns RB Peyton Hillis had 82 yards on 19 tries. The Jets have not allowed 100 yards to any back this season.
CLEVELAND - NOVEMBER 14: Quarterback Mark Sanchez #6 warms up prior to their game against the Cleveland Browns at...(Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)
Team Stat Comparison
Passing 1st downs
Rushing 1st downs
1st downs from Penalties
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||5.0||5.1|
Comp - Att
Yards per pass
Sacks - Yards Lost
Yards per rush
|Red Zone (Made-Att)||1-4||2-4|
|Defensive / Special Teams TDs||0||0|
|FG||09:52||Phil Dawson 34 Yd||0||3|
|FG||05:52||Nick Folk 27 Yd||3||3|
|TD||00:16||Peyton Hillis 12 Yd Run (Phil Dawson Kick)||3||10|
|TD||11:09||Jerricho Cotchery 25 Yd Pass From Mark Sanchez (Nick Folk Kick)||10||10|
|FG||05:13||Phil Dawson 23 Yd||10||13|
|TD||00:23||Mark Sanchez 1 Yd Run (Nick Folk Kick)||17||13|
|FG||02:42||Nick Folk 25 Yd||20||13|
|TD||00:44||Mohamed Massaquoi 3 Yd Pass From Colt McCoy (Phil Dawson Kick)||20||20|
|TD||00:16||Santonio Holmes 37 Yd Pass From Mark Sanchez||26||20|
The Jets are 7-2, tied for the second-best nine-game start in team history. It's their best start since starting 8-1 in 1986.[+]
Best W-L Through 9 Games - Jets History
From Elias: The Jets are the first team in NFL history to win in consecutive weeks on the road in overtime.
From Elias: The Jets had the ball in their game with the Browns today for 47:08 (yes, that's partly due to overtime). The last team to have a longer time of possession in a game: the 1999 Steelers, who had the football for 47:49 in a 43-0 win against the Browns on September 12, 1999.
ESPN Stats & Information
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