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Raul Allegre's 44-yard field goal as time expired sent the Jets' do-or-die game against Miami to overtime, where Allegre won it, 23-20, with a 30-yarder as the Jets, despite their 8-8 record, returned to the playoffs.
Kicker Pat Leahy retired on a down note after missing the regular-season finale vs. Miami and the playoff game. But Leahy finished his remarkable 18-year career, all as a Jet, with 1,470 points, which still stands as the franchise's career scoring mark.
In their first playoff game in five years, the Jets came up short on several key second-half plays and lost to the Oilers in the Astrodome, 17-10.
1991 New York Jets
|Regular Season Record: 8-8-0|
|11/17/91||@ New England||28-21||Stats|
|Post Season Record: 0-1-0|
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