Christopher L. Gasper Patriots-Jets rivalry is over ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Kostroun/AP Photo Patriots outside linebacker Dont'a Hightower sacked Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez in the first quarter. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman returned a fumbled kickoff return for a touchdown against the Jets in the second quarter. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Edelman was greeted by (left to right) Visanthe Shiancoe, Aaron Hernandez, and Wes Welker after a touchdown. Bill Kostroun/AP Photo “You just can’t take anything for granted against this team,” Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said before the game. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Jets defensive lineman Muhammed Wilkerson forced Brady into an intentional grounding early in the first quarter. Bill Kostroun/AP Photo Patriots strong safety Steve Gregory intercepted a pass and had two fumble recoveries in the first half. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Brady completed a touchdown pass. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Patriots running back Danny Woodhead was part of a strong first-half running game. Julio Cortez/AP Photo No Jets player was within 10 feet of Patriots running back Shane Vereen as caught a pass from Brady and ran it in for a touchdown. Julio Cortez/AP Photo Gregory (right) celebrated with safety Devin McCourty after intercepting a pass from Sanchez in the second quarter. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Julian Edelman returned a fumbled kick off for a touchdown. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Brady, Gregory, and Vince Wilfork joined television broadcaster Michele Tafoya for a Thanksgiving tradition of eating turkey legs after the game.