Jets Bomb Jaguars, 32-3

It was an ugly day for the short-handed Jaguars Sunday afternoon as the Jets dominated for 60 minutes en route to their 32-3 victory.


Mark Sanchez threw two touchdown passes as the offense started quickly and Antonio Cromartie had two of the New York Jets' four interceptions of Luke McCown to cruise past the Jacksonville Jaguars 32-3 on Sunday.

After having not scored an offensive touchdown in the first quarter in 16 games, the Jets (2-0) won the toss, elected to receive - a rarity under the defensive-minded Rex Ryan - and scored on a 17-yard catch by Santonio Holmes.

First-round pick Muhammad Wilkerson had his first NFL sack for a safety early in the game, helping set the tone for a long day for McCown and the Jaguars. Eric Smith and Josh Mauga also intercepted McCown, who was replaced by rookie Blaine Gabbert early in the fourth quarter after posting a dismal 1.8 quarterback rating.

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