Opposing rushing attacks have had little success against the Jets this season, particularly in games at MetLife Stadium. In four home contests this season, the Jets have surrendered a meager 259 rushing yards. Only Baltimore has allowed fewer rushing yards in five or fewer home games this season (256). Since 2000, the Jets’ mark ranks tied for seventh through Week 11 and tied for 13th for the fewest allowed during that time since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger.
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall has historically been one of the most productive receivers against New England. In 10 career games against the Patriots, Marshall has amassed 52 receptions for 787 yards and five touchdowns. His career receiving yardage against the Patriots ranks 11th since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Marshall is 43 yards shy of passing Rod Smith for the 10th most receiving yards in games against the Patriots since 1970.
Number of 300-yard passing games Ryan Fitzpatrick has recorded against New England.
Receptions totaled by Robby Anderson, most by any undrafted rookie wide receiver this season.
Tackles David Harris is shy of tying Mo Lewis for second all-time in franchise history.
Rushing yards Matt Forté is shy of passing Earl Campbell for 33rd in NFL history.
- Leonard Williams currently ranks eighth in the NFL among defensive linemen with 6.0 sacks.
- Six different lineup combinations used by the Jets this season have limited opposing rushing attacks to 2.75-or-less yards per carry (minimum five rushing attempts).
- Matt Forté is 189 scrimmage yards shy of reaching 1,100 for the season. He would become just the fifth running back in NFL history to record 1,100-or-more in nine consecutive seasons to begin a career.
- Since Week 9, the Jets have held opposing passing attacks to 157.0 yards per game, the lowest total in the NFL in the last three weeks.