The New York Jets are fast becoming that kid. You know, the one you grew up with who got away with everything and annoyed everyone because of it? They did it again, this time taking advantage of a laughable Houston secondary to erase a collective lapse of concentration in the 30-27 victory. The Jet faithful were still in shock when Santonio Holmes hauled in the game-winning pass from Mark Sanchez, having watched their team inexplicably blow a 16-point fourth quarter lead and somehow trail 27-23 with less than a minute remaining. But faster than you can say J-E-T-S the home team woke up and rallied for the win behind Sanchez and the ever-clutch Holmes. It would have been a disastrous loss for New York, who deserved their two-score lead despite the squandering of it. When Nick Folk hit a chip shot field goal to make the score 23-7

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