Christopher L. Gasper Get used to this struggling Patriots offense ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe Staff Victims of the Marathon bombings who lost limbs were honored on the field before the game, and a moment of silence was held for those who died in the attacks. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Patriots hosted the Jets for their home opener at Gillette Stadium. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson (left) headed to the end zone with his 39-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Dobson (left) celebrated with fellow wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins. Dobson's touchdown put the Patriots ahead, 7-0. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Wide receiver Julian Edelman looked for some yardage after a second-quarter catch. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Edelman appeared to fumble the ball, but the call was overturned after a video review. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill fumbled the ball as he was hit by the Patriots' Aqib Talib in the first quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson had the pass from quarterback Tom Brady in his hands but wasn't able to make the reception in the second quarter. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Dobson dropped a pass as the Jets' Antonio Allen defended. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jets quarterback Geno Smith was brought down by Patriots linebacker Ron Ninkovich in the first quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Brady handed off to running back Stevan Ridley in the first half. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The Patriots had problems with their offense throughout the game. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty and cornerback Aqib Talib broke up a pass intended for the Jets' Stephen Hill. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Patriots safety Steve Gregory wrapped up Jets tight end Kellen Winslow in the second quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Patriots wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins appeared to make a catch for a touchdown in the second quarter, but it was determined after review that he didn't have control of the ball. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Heavy rain hit the stadium during the second half. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Jets quarterback Geno Smith was sacked by the Patriots' Tommy Kelly in the third quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski watched his field goal attempt go wide as time ran out in the first half. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Patriots running back Stevan Ridley carried the ball in the fourth quarter. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Jets quarterback Geno Smith was consoled by kicker Nick Folk along the sidelines after he turned the ball over on a key interception pass late in the fourth quarter. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Cornerback Aqib Talib leaped in front of Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill and made the interception in the final minute of the game. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Talib was then knocked out of bounds. Jim Davis/Globe Staff After the game-clinching interception, the teams had a pushing and shoving match. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The officiating crew sorted out the penalties after the scrum. The Jets' D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Willie Colon were ejected. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Patriots head coach Bill Belichick screamed at referee Undrey Wash. Barry Chin/Globe Staff The Patriots managed to hold on and take a 13-10 win over the Jets.