Sports Illustrated’s Peter King joined Mut & Merloni on Friday to talk about the Patriots’ ugly 13-10 victory over the Jets on Thursday night.

FOXBORO -- Logan Mankins, voice of optimism?

FOXBORO — Tom Brady hasn’t often been through the kind of night he endured Thursday night and still won the game.

The 2011 AFC championship comes to mind. But this Patriots team is a long ways from that, and Brady knows it. The Patriots quarterback was 19-of-39 for just 185 yards and did throw a touchdown pass that extended his streak of games with a touchdown pass to 50. The Patriots beat the Jets, 13-10, in a game their quarterback was just 4-of-18 on third down conversions.

FOXBORO — It wouldn’t be a Patriots-Jets game if there wasn’t a little tension between the two teams.

While it was a relatively uneventful week, which carried over into a very sloppy, poorly played game, tempers did flare in the closing minute of the Patriots’ 13-10 win.

FOXBORO — What made Julian Edelman‘s night so remarkable wasn’t the career high 13 catches on 18 targets or his 78 yards receiving. It was the fact that he did it all when there were no other viable options for Tom Brady.

With Danny Amendola, Rob Gronkowski, Shane Vereen and Zach Sudfeld all sidelined, the load fell on Edelman and he responded.

FOXBORO -- Ugly is as ugly does.

On many levels, the NFL Network's showcase game on Thursday night was a study in ineptitude for the NFL.



FOXBORO — The Patriots pushed out to 2-0 on the season Thursday night with a sloppy 13-10 win over the Jets at Gillette Stadium.

FOXBORO — Not that it comes as much of a surprise but Bill Belichick has had his contract extended beyond this season, according to a report from the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Belichick signed a contract in 2007 that was set to expire after the 2013 season. Rapoport reported Thursday night that is no longer the case.

“He’ll be coaching a long time,” a source told Rapoport.

FOXBORO — The Patriots will be without their top two tight ends and their top receiver when they take on the Jets Thursday night as Zach Sudfeld (hamstring), Rob Gronkowski (back/forearm) and Danny Amendola (groin) are all inactive.

Amendola is missing the game after re-injuring his groin last Sunday while Gronkowski is out again as he recovers from offseason back and forearm surgeries.

FOXBORO — Danny Amendola will miss between two and six weeks of action after tweaking a groin injury in the season-opening win over the Bills last Sunday, according to a report from the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Amendola was listed on the first injury report of the season with a groin injury and played with no apparent issues in the first quarter. But on a crossing route in the end zone late in the second quarter Sunday, he reached for his groin and sat out the remainder of the half.