Cowboys Vs. Jets Score: Sean Lee Picks Off Mark Sanchez, Cowboys Add Another Score

The Dallas Cowboys are starting to pull away from the New York Jets following their latest scoring drive. It was only a two-play drive that ended with Felix Jones rushing into the end zone for the one-yard score. The Cowboys lead the Jets, 24-10, in the fourth quarter.

This scoring drive was set up as a result of a Mark Sanchez mistake. At his own 28-yard line, Sanchez threw a pass to Dustin Keller in the middle of the field, but linebacker Sean Lee picked it off. He ran the ball back for what appeared to be a touchdown, which the officials originally called.

However, this play was reviewed and it was determined that Lee had a foot out of bounds before he crossed the plan of the end zone. It mattered little since the 'Boys still wound up scoring.

For more on the Cowboys, check out the SB Nation blog Blogging the Boys. For more on Rex Ryan and the Jets be sure to head over to Gang Green Nation. Follow the rest of the Week 1 action at SB Nation NFL.

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