A few key numbers from the Jets’ 34-31 overtime win over the Patriots on Thursday Night Football:
- Patriots QB Matt Cassel completed 30 of 51 passes for 400 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions, and added 62 yards rushing on eight carries. Cassel became the first QB with 400-plus yards passing and 60-plus rushing in the same game since 1970. Here are his highlights.
- The Patriots had their NFL-record winning streak of eight consecutive overtime games snapped. The streak, which began in 2000, included playoffs.
- Jets RB Leon Washington had his fourth career kickoff return for a touchdown, and first this season, with a 92-yard return in the second quarter. Check out Washington’s game highlights.
- Jets RB Thomas Jones entered Week 11 leading the AFC in rushing, and finished with 104 yards and a touchdown on 30 carries. Jones now has nine rushing TDs, including eight in the last six games.
- In overtime, Jets QB Brett Favre was 5 of 6 passing for 56 yards to lead to the winning field goal. He improved to 6-4 in his career in overtime games. Favre, who made his NFL record 263rd career regular season start, was 26 of 33 passing for 258 yards and two touchdowns.
- Patriots WR Wes Welker finished with seven receptions for 108 yards, extending his NFL record of catching at least six passes in each game to start a season to 10 games. Dating back to last season, Welker now has at least six receptions in 14 straight games. The NFL record is 16, set by Marvin Harrison from 2002-03.
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