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Fun Stats From The Bolts’ Dismantling Of The Jets

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Oct 5, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; New York Jets running back Chris Ivory (33) is stopped by San Diego Chargers free safety Eric Weddle (32) and strong safety Marcus Gilchrist (bottom) and defensive back Jahleel Addae (right) during the second quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

The game is almost over as I write this, and I have to express just a little bit of sarcastic disappointment: The Jets actually made it over 100 total yards of offense!

The Jets took until the 7:30 mark of the 4th Quarter to gain more yards than they had in penalty yards. With a few minutes left they have 113 total yards from scrimmage and 94 penalty yards.

Meanwhile, Rex Ryan said of the Bolts running game before kickoff – “They can try.” The Bolts are having, by far, their best rushing game of the season against the Jets, with 160 yards and a score.

The Jets had 5 first downs through the middle of the 4th Quarter.

By the two minute warning, the Jets had 26 yards passing. TWENTY SIX.

To no one’s surprise, the Chargers dominated in time of possession, virtually doubling up the Jets on the clock.

This should end up as the first shut out by ANY defense in the entire 2014 season (looking good with a minute and a half left).

This has been an absolute dismantling by the Chargers, and the NFL needs to start taking notice of John Pagano’s DEFENSE.

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