New England Patriots at New York Jets 10 to 31

Sunday, December 27, 1998, Week 17

The New England Patriots played the New York Jets in East Rutherford on Sunday, December 27, 1998, Week 17 of the 1998 season. The Jets won by a score of 31-10. The Jets swept the Patriots for the 1998 season. With this game, the Jets finished the season 7-1-0 at home, while the Patriots finished 3-5-0 on the road for the 1998 season.

The Jets finished the season with a record of 12-4-0, while the Patriots finished the season at 9-7-0.


New England Patriots offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
249 119 130 1 9

Coaches

Head Coach: Pete Carroll Offensive Coordinator: Ernie Zampese Defensive Coordinator: Steve Sidwell Quarterbacks Coach: Jack Reilly Wide Receivers Coach: Steve Walters Offensive Line Coach: Paul T. Boudreau Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Jeff Davidson Running Backs Coach: Kirby Wilson Tight Ends Coach: Carl Smith Defensive Line Coach: Ray Hamilton Linebackers Coach: Mark "Bo" Pelini Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Ron Lynn, DeWayne Walker Defensive Assistant Coach: DeWayne Walker Special Teams Coach: Dante Scarnecchia Strength and Conditioning Coach: Johnny Parker Owner: Robert Kraft Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Sam Clancy


New York Jets offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
339 190 149 1 21

Coaches

Head Coach: Bill Parcells Assistant Head Coach: Bill Belichick Offensive Coordinator: Charlie Weis Offensive Line Coach: Bill Muir Running Backs Coach: Maurice Carthon Tight Ends Coach: Pat Hodgson Defensive Line Coach: Romeo Crennel Linebackers Coach: Al Groh Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Bill Belichick Defensive Assistant Coach: Eric Mangini Special Teams Coach: Mike Sweatman Quality Control Coach: Eric Mangini Assistant Offensive Quality Control Coach: Todd Haley Strength and Conditioning Coach: John Lott General Manager: Bill Parcells Director of Player Contracts: Mike Tannenbaum Southeast Region Scout: Lionel Vital Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Randy Melvin, Art Valero