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One More Game Before Jets' Misery Ends

One More Game Before Jets' Misery Ends

There may not be anything left to say in the days leading to the season finale in Buffalo. The Jets will finish with a losing record for the first time under Rex Ryan.
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  • Video - Sunday Blitz: Chargers-Jets Recap 01:29

    Sunday Blitz: Chargers-Jets Recap

    Dec 23
    Prim Siripipat and Cris Carter break down the Chargers' 27-17 win over the Jets.
  • Video - Chargers postgame press conference 04:51

    Chargers postgame press conference

    Dec 23
    Chargers react following game with Jets
  • Video - Chargers Sack Jets In McElroy's Debut 00:31

    Chargers Sack Jets In McElroy's Debut

    Dec 23
    Philip Rivers threw two TDs, and the Chargers sacked Jets QB Greg McElroy 11 times in a 27-17 win.
  • Video - San Diego Chargers vs. New York Jets highlights 03:08

    San Diego Chargers vs. New York Jets highlights

    Dec 23
    Watch as Philip Rivers throws for 165 yards and two TDs, and the San Diego Chargers' defense racks up 11 sacks as they beat the New York Jets 27-17 in Week 16.

Sports Columnists

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    Dec 23
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    Dec 23
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    Dec 23
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    Dec 23
    There's still plenty of intrigue regarding the NFC playoff race, writes John Clayton.