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Jets have run into some turbulence on this approach to Foxborough

When Tom Brady direct the offense against the Jets, one guy he won’t have to worry about is injured nose tackle Kris Jenkins. When Tom Brady direct the offense against the Jets, one guy he won’t have to worry about is injured nose tackle Kris Jenkins. (Jamie Squire/Getty Images
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By Albert R. Breer
Globe Staff / November 18, 2009

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An AFC scout provides a look at the New York Jets, this week’s opponent: “One thing that’s interesting is that at the beginning, with [ Mark ] Sanchez , they weren’t asking him to win games, and that was based on the run game with Thomas Jones and Leon Washington . (Full article: 1054 words)

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