Titans hand Jets first win in OT on Bullock’s miss
Bullock was wide of the left upright and sent Robert Saleh to his first win as a head coach.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT/Associated Press) - Matt Ammendola kicked a 22-yard field goal in overtime, and then Randy Bullock was wide left on a potential tying 49-yarder with 15 seconds left to give the New York Jets their first victory, 27-24 over the Tennessee Titans.
After the Jets took the lead in the extra period but failed to seal it with a touchdown despite getting down to the 1-yard line, Ryan Tannehill marched the Titans downfield with the help of two fourth-down conversions.
But Bullock was wide of the left upright and sent Robert Saleh to his first win as a head coach.
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