Jets claim longest active streak of losing to a single team

by Ricardo Gutierrez - The Jets lost their 14th straight game to the Patriots on Sunday, but the all-time mark isn't in jeopardy yet.

Jets claim longest active streak of losing to a single team play Marcus Jones returns punt 84 yards for go-ahead Pats TD (1:07) Marcus Jones gives the Patriots a 10-3 lead over the Jets with an 84-yard punt return for a touchdown. (1:07) 4:40 PM ET The New York Jets lost to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Again. Editor's Picks 'There was no blunder!' How a coin toss shaped the Jets' last win over the Patriots 3d Rich Cimini and Mike Reiss The Jets (6-4) could have gained valuable ground in the tight AFC East race with a win, but after trading field goals with the Patriots in the second quarter, the two teams exchanged punt after punt. Seconds before the game went to overtime, Marcus Jones returned a punt 84 yards for a touchdown -- the first punt return touchdown in the NFL this season. The 10-3 win moves the Patriots to 6-4. The touchdown means the Jets have lost 14 straight games to the Patriots, breaking the Denver Broncos ' losing streak against the Kansas City Chiefs for the longest active streak. It's just the eighth time a team has lost 14 or more games against a single opponent all time. The Jets have a long way to go to beat the record of 20, set by the Buffalo Bills against the Miami Dolphins from 1970-79. Data from ESPN Stats & Information was used in this story