The 47-3 final was the largest margin of victory in Jets franchise history.
It was only the third-worst defeat in Rams history, however.
Jets rookie TE Dustin Keller caught six passes for 107 yards and a touchdown.
Jets RB Thomas Jones ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns.
Said Jets QB Brett Favre, “Believe me, I was hoping I didn’t get hit today. And I didn’t.”
“It was embarrassing,” said Rams coach Jim Haslett. “It was bad football, bad football all the way around.”
Jets LB Calvin Pace scored his first career touchdown on a 50-yard fumble recovery.
A regular spot in the starting lineup is Jets S Abram Elam’s to lose after a second straight strong game.
LB David Vobora, the 2008 draft’s Mr. Irrelevant, played his first NFL game for the Rams.
Said Jets NT Kris Jenkins, “We’re a contender now.”