1 Collie’s touchdown — Austin Collie’s 16-yard touchdown with 1:13 left in the first half chopped the Jets’ lead to 17-13. The quick-strike Colts’ offense finally figured out Rex Ryan’s scheme.

 

2 Feely’s second missed FG — The Jets had a chance to swipe back momentum early in the third quarter. After Mark Sanchez drove them into Indy territory, Jay Feely pushed another kick right — this time it was a 52-yarder.

 

3 Clark’s touchdown — The Jets just couldn’t find an answer to Reggie Wayne’s sidekicks. Peyton Manning went 5 of 6 for 76 yards on the Colts’ final touchdown drive that put them up 27-17 with 8:52 left. It was all but over for the Jets after Manning hit an open Dallas Clark for that 15-yard score.