Jets vs. Colts: the Biggest Plays of New York’s ‘Wild’ Card Victory

January 9, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New York Jets beat the Indianapolis Colts in an exciting Wild Card matchup on Saturday night, rallying from behind to win the game as time expired.
The two teams exchanged blows in the early stages, with the Colts leading twice before ultimately being pegged back at the death.
A stupid Taj Gibson penalty looked to have killed the Colts late in the fourth quarter, but Adam Vinatieri get their hopes of another Super Bowl run alive when he nailed a 50-yard field goal with under a minute remaining.
Rex Ryan wasn't to be undone by Peyton Manning and company again, though. Antonio Cromartie got the Jets in great field position, Mark Sanchez and Braylon Edwards hooked up on a fine pass play to get their kicker well within range, and Nick Folk won the game from 32 yards as time elapsed.
Here are the key moments from New York's 17-16 victory over Indianapolis.
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