The New York Jets have not forced a turnover since their first game of the season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now we know why. They've been real unlucky. Earlier tonight, Matt Ryan connected with Roddy White on a slant and as White made his way up the field, he fumbles the ball with nothing but Jets players within sight. Then, out of nowhere, Julio Jones swoopes in (see what we did there?), picks up the pigskin and takes it another 16 yards before being tackled down. 

Even though that play didn't go their way, Gang Green is still leading, 27-14. 

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[via Bleacher Report]