In Week 15 of the 2004 season, Chad Pennington threw three touchdowns and Curtis Martin rushed for two more as the host Jets routed the Seahawks 37-14.
Can the [Jets](/teams/newyorkjets/profile?team=NYJ) win on the West Coast? What are the [Seahawks](/teams/seattleseahawks/profile?team=SEA)' biggest needs heading into the offseason? [ **What are your thoughts?**](http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/fanfeedback?game_id=29765&displayPage=tab_fan_feedback&season=2008&week=REG12&override=true)
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The Jets on the West Coast: Eric Mangini's squad is still looking for its first win on the West Coast, having lost to the Chargers, Raiders and 49ers this season. The Jets need a victory to stay in the AFC East title race with the Dolphins and Patriots. New York's final road trip will be its longest as the team travels to Seattle to face the Seahawks, who haven't been able to take advantage of three home matchups with East Coast teams this season.
Ellis thriving:Jets DE Shaun Ellis might have saved his team's season with a late fumble recovery for a touchdown against the Bills last week. Ellis appeared to drop off after starting the season with seven sacks in his first eight games, but he has posted his two best tackle totals and a sack in his last two games.
Wallace's ball security: With Matt Hasselbeck still bothered by a bulging disk in his back, QB Seneca Wallace will start his third consecutive game for the Seahawks on Sunday. Wallace has thrown just one interception in six starts this season, but he has lost three fumbles in that time. He'll want to be careful against a Jets team that's plus-two in turnover differential.
Did you know?
The Jets are looking for their sixth consecutive win against the Seahawks. ... Seahawks TE John Carlson leads all NFC rookie TEs with 51 receptions and 601 receiving yards. ... The Jets are tied with the Dolphins and Patriots for first place in the AFC East. The Seahawks have been eliminated from playoff contention. For a complete look at the NFL playoff picture, click here.