Jets blow lead, fall to 0-9 for first time in team history

Joe Flacco and the rest of the New York Jets could feel it.
Their first victory of a brutal season was there for the taking.
They had a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter against a struggling New England Patriots team and all the momentum.
But just like that, they blew it.
And for the first time in franchise history, the Jets are 0-9 after an agonizing 30-27 loss Monday night.
Nick Folk’s winning 51-yard field goal as time expired sent the stunned Jets to their bye-week break searching for answers.
By DENNIS WASZAK Jr., the Associated Press.