Jets Vs. Broncos Score Update: Jets Take 13-10 Lead On Nick Folk Field Goal

The Denver Broncos were forced to punt the ball back to the New York Jets right as the fourth quarter started and the Jets were able to go down the field and score. The Jets went on a 10-play drive that ended in a 45-yard Nick Folk field goal that he just hooked between the uprights after missing a 50-yarder earlier in the game.

On the drive, quarterback Mark Sanchez hit running back Joe McKnight on a big screen that picked up 14-yards and moved the chains on 3rd-and-9. McKnight also had 19 rushing yards on the drive, picking up a total of 33 yards. Sanchez also took a beating on a few passing plays, being slow to get up after being battered over and over by the Broncos pass rush.

For more on this match up, visit Broncos blog Mile High Report, Jets blog Gang Green Nation. For all your professional football needs, visit our NFL hub.

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