NEW YORK — The bloody gash on the bridge of Ryan Fitzpatrick's nose summed up the New York Jets' win in Dallas.
It was downright ugly.
But most importantly, the Jets were resilient. And they remained in the thick of the AFC playoff hunt with two games left in the regular season.
"We're developing a way to win games," Fitzpatrick said after the Jets' 19-16 win Saturday night. "We're developing a strength, a confidence."
Fitzpatrick bounced back from a subpar first three quarters and rallied the Jets with a touchdown pass to Eric Decker in the fourth quarter and leading the winning drive that was capped by Randy Bullock's 40-yard field...