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 It was a display of unity. Supposed proof to an impatient home crowd that everything is going to be OK. A wordless message intended to paint a sunny picture that a week of locker room dissension has been dissolved.

“That was awesome,” said quarterback Mark Sanchez, riding a rush of euphoria after his team snapped a three-game skid. “And I think (Holmes and Moore) won the toss, right? Did we win the toss? We sure did. I told you. They’re good friends.”

At the risk of crashing the party, there was still just a weird lingering vibe to all of it. The pre-game scene itself — and the post-game reaction that followed — felt like almost as much a facade as the 24-6 win over the Dolphins that occurred in between. That’s not a knock against the Jets, either. In some weird way, if the team responds correctly, it might be the opposite.

AUnlock HQ Video HQ video delivered by AkamaiAfter a week when Holmes’ continued criticism of the offensive line caused Moore (a veteran guard) to publicly denounce his teammate for the comments, New York’s night against Miami provided a very necessary bandage to an open wound.

“We needed a win in the worst way,” coach Rex Ryan said.

They got it. That’s what matters most.