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Rex Ryan and NY Jets save season with win over St. Louis Rams, …

Rex Ryan and NY Jets save season with win over St. Louis Rams, look ahead to Thanksgiving Day showdown with Patriots

nydailynews.com ESPN.com Updated Nov 18, 2012
Rex Ryan had his overnight bag slung over his shoulder as he walked through the hallways of the Edward Jones Dome headed to the team bus. The Jets’ season was making the trip home with him instead of being left behind.
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  • Video - Gronkowski Breaks Forearm In Pats' Win 01:52

    Gronkowski Breaks Forearm In Pats' Win

    Nov 18
    ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss has the latest on Rob Gronkowski's forearm injury and what the Patriots' other options are at tight end.
  • Video - Patriots Outshine Luck, Colts 01:37

    Patriots Outshine Luck, Colts

    Nov 18
    ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss recaps the Patriots' 59-24 win over the Colts.
  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Colts-Patriots Recap 04:07

    Sunday Blitz: Colts-Patriots Recap

    Nov 18
    Jim Basquil and Eric Allen break down the Patriots' 59-24 win over the Colts.
  • Video - Patriots Trounce Colts 00:32

    Patriots Trounce Colts

    Nov 18
    Tom Brady threw for 331 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Patriots over the Colts 59-24.

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    Nov 18
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    Nov 18
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  • John Clayton's Last Call

    Nov 18
    NFL fans were treated to a pre-Thanksgiving feast of close games, wild finishes and crazy offensive efforts, writes John Clayton.