Harvin made an impact in his second game with the Jets, gaining 225 all-purpose yards, which is the most since RB Thomas Jones posted 227 against Buffalo in '09. Harvin caught 11 passes for 129 yards, had two kickoff returns for 88 yards and had one rush for 8 yards. Harvin said he's grown more comfortable with the offense each week he's been here: "Just having been here two weeks, I wasn't thinking a whole lot. I was just out there cutting loose. I do like to play that way, just going out there on the field and cutting loose, not worrying about assignments, where I'm lining up. It all came to me pretty good."