FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – This was essentially the most entertaining factor to occur via three quarters Sunday at Gillette Stadium.
With the Jets trailing the Patriots 21-Three, Bryce Petty tried to search out Robby Anderson on an out route alongside the left sideline. The cross was late and off-target. Anderson, the Jets’ main receiver this season, caught it out of bounds. He then fell over close to the Patriots bench. As Anderson stood up, the previous undrafted free agent spiked the ball into the bottom in frustration.
The spike bounced up and hit Patriots cornerback Johnson Bademosi beneath the chin. Mimicking a European soccer participant, Bademosi flopped and fell over in dramatic trend. The refs didn’t throw a flag.
Anderson entered the sport 61 yards shy of 1,000 yards. He caught one cross for 2 yards within the first three quarters.
Anderson left the sport within the fourth quarter after taking an inexpensive shot to the pinnacle from Pats cornerback Stephon Gilmore. The receiver was being evaluated for a head damage.