Hosley gave the Giants a 13-0 lead on his long interception return with 2:03 left in the opening half. With the Jets finally moving the ball, Sanchez tried to get a short pass to Patrick Turner, but Hosley stepped in front and ran down the sideline untouched for the score.
"When I threw the ball, I thought it was really accurate," Sanchez said. "You miss on one play and that's what can happen. I think it was a little behind P.T., but I want to see the film on that. It just goes to show how fragile that ball is and how close things are."
Tynes kicked field goals of 40 and 45 yards to put the Giants up 19-3.
Martinek capped the scoring when he took a swing pass from third-string quarterback Ryan Perrilloux and rumbled down the left sideline, diving and getting the ball over the goal line for a 14-yard touchdown to give the Giants a 26-3 lead with 6:41 left.
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