I did a quick search for this topic, but I didn't look inside threads, so forgive me if you discussed this 500 times already. When the Jets went up 36-24, I was getting ready for the two point conversion attempt. I was scratching my head and trying to figure out why Bowles chose to kick the extra point. At this point in the game, a 12 point lead and a 13 point lead can be beaten by two TD's and two extra points. A 14 point lead almost guarantees at least a tie, assuming Rex doesn't pull a Jack Del Rio and goes for the win instead of the tie. It's trivial now, but it still concerns me that Bowles dropped the ball on this coaching decision. Is there any reason why I'm wrong?