FOXBORO -- Did that feel like a win to you?



FOXBORO -- After nearly fumbling away a win in devastating fashion, Devin McCourty was grateful to his Patriots teammates after a 29-26 overtime win over the Jets Sunday at Gillette Stadium. McCourty, after returning a kickoff 104 yards in the first quarter for a touchdown, fumbled a kickoff at the Patriots 18 after the Jets had tied the game, 23-23. The Jets did not take full advantage and converted only a field goal with 1:37 left to take a 26-23 lead. 

FOXBORO -- Stephen Gostkowski connected on a 48-yard field goal with 11:02 left in overtime and Jermaine Cunningham and Rob Ninkovich combined for a strip-sack that ended the game on the next possession as the Patriots blew a big lead but came back to beat the Jets, 29-26, in overtime at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBORO -- The Patriots will be without starting left guard Logan Mankins and strong safety Patrick Chung for their game against the Jets Sunday afternoon at Gillette. 

Chung's absence leaves the Patriots without their top two starting safeties as Steve Gregory was ruled out on Friday with a hip injury. 

FOXBORO -- The Patriots have revolutionized offense in the NFL with their hurry-up, no-huddle offense this year.

Now their chief rival in the AFC East wants the NFL to take a closer look at the legality of the scheme.

The Patriots announced Saturday they have signed linebacker Jeff Tarpinian from the practice squad to the 53-man roster today. To make room on the 53-man roster, the Patriots released offensive lineman Matt Tennant. Tarpinian, 25, made the New England 53-man roster last season after joining the team as a rookie free agent out of Iowa. The 6-foot-3, 240-pounder played in seven games with one start and finished with four defensive tackles and eight special teams tackles. He was placed on injured reserve with a head injury on Nov. 24, 2011. Tarpinian was released by the Patriots on Aug.

Here are the 10 premiere matchups for Sunday’s contest between the Patriots and Jets.

ESPN football writer Chris Mortensen joined The Big Show to discuss the NFL and Week 7's matchup between the Patriots and Jets. 

Both teams enter Week 7 with a 3-3 record, as does the entire AFC East. Despite their identical records, Mortensen said he doesn't think the game will be close. 

FOXBORO -- The Patriots have ruled out three players for Sunday, including running back Brandon Bolden and safety Steve Gregory. Bolden injured his knee last week against the Seahawks and didn't practice all week while Gregory, who was limited in a Wednesday walk-through, will be missing his third straight game with a hip injury suffered on Sept. 30 against the Bills. Gregory did not practice Thursday or Friday. Bolden was spotted with a crutch in a photo tweeted by Stevan Ridley, who had the running backs all wear onesies Friday as a form of team bonding. 

Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo joined The Big Show on Friday to discuss Sunday's game against the Jets as every team in the AFC East enters Week 7 with a 3-3 record.  

"We're in the middle of the pack," Mayo said. "We're both 3-3 so it should be a good game."