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The 2010 New York Jets season was the franchise's 51st season overall, the team's 41st season in the National Football League and their first season at New Meadowlands Stadium. The team improved on their 9–7 record from 2009 and reached the playoffs again. The Jets were the subject of HBO's training camp series Hard Knocks. The Jets played their first pre-season game home against the New York Giants to open up Meadowlands Stadium. Many considered them AFC East favorites; head coach Rex Ryan went so far as to guarantee a Super Bowl victory. Jets broke a team record with a franchise best 6 consecutive wins on the road with a win against the Lions, followed by a win against the Browns in week 10. In the same victory against the Browns, the Jets became the first team in NFL history to win back-to-back road games in overtime. The Jets were the last NFL team to be undefeated on the road, before suffering a 45–3 loss at the New England Patriots in Week 13. The Jets met the Patriots again five weeks later in the AFC Divisional Round back in Foxborough where New York upset New England 28–21. The following week, the Jets lost 24–19 against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship, ending their hopes of returning to the Super Bowl for the first time in 43 years and ending what would've been a Cinderella run. The Jets would've also been the first AFC East team other than the Patriots to make a Super Bowl for the first time since 1994 and they also failed to join the 2005 Steelers, 2007 New York Giants, and 2010 Green Bay Packers as the only NFL teams to win at least 3 straight playoff games on the road.

NFL Statistics

Player Position Games Games Started
Mark Brunell QB 2 0
Kellen Clemens QB 1 0
David Clowney WR 3 0
Drew Coleman DB 16 4
Marquice Cole DB 12 1
John Conner RB 16 0
Emanuel Cook DB 4 0
Jerricho Cotchery WR 14 5
Antonio Cromartie DB 15 15
Jeff Cumberland TE 1 0
Kenwin Cummings DE 3 0
Mike DeVito DE 16 11
Marcus Dixon DE 3 1
Vlad Ducasse G 2 0
Braylon Edwards WR 16 15
Shaun Ellis DE 15 15
D'Brickashaw Ferguson T 16 16
Nick Folk K 16 0
Vernon Gholston DE 16 2
Jarron Gilbert DT 1 0
Howard Green DT 2 0
Shonn Greene RB 15 2
David Harris LB 16 16
Ben Hartsock TE 16 6
Santonio Holmes WR 12 10
Wayne Hunter T 14 4
James Ihedigbo DB 14 0
Kris Jenkins DT 1 1
Dustin Keller TE 16 14
Matt Kroul DT 6 0
Lance Laury LB 16 0
Jim Leonhard DB 11 11
Dwight Lowery DB 14 3
Nick Mangold C 16 16
Josh Mauga LB 8 0
Joe McKnight RB 9 1
Brandon Moore G 16 16
Matthew Mulligan TE 13 1
Calvin Pace DE 12 11
Brodney Pool DB 15 12
Sione Pouha DT 16 15
Trevor Pryce DT-DE 10 0
Tanner Purdum C 16 0
Darrelle Revis DB 13 13
Tony Richardson FB 16 10
Mark Sanchez QB 16 16
Bart Scott LB 16 16
Matt Slauson G 16 16
Brad Smith (American football) QB 16 2
Eric Smith DB 13 6
Jason Taylor DE 16 5
Bryan Thomas DE 16 12
LaDainian Tomlinson RB 15 13
Isaiah Trufant DB 1 0
Patrick Turner WR 5 0
Steve Weatherford P 16 0
Jamaal Westerman DE 6 0
Kyle Wilson DB 16 6
Danny Woodhead RB 1 0
Damien Woody C-G 13 13


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