The win gives the Patriots the number one seed in the AFC playoffs for the seventh time since 2003 and the third time in the last four years.
Lewis posted new season-highs in rushes, catches, and total touches as the Pats leaned on the back in a blow out win. Tom Brady threw for 190 passing yards and two touchdowns.
The report also said the thermometers were placed behind the Jets' bench, but not New England's.
Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes and Dion Lewis scored twice to lead New England past NY for the second time this season. It appears the Patriots can add Thermometergate to the list.
Lewis spearheaded the rushing attack against the Jets, finding the end zone once through the air and once on the ground.
Eric Lee capped off the scoring in the fourth quarter by sacking Jets' quarterback Bryce Petty for a safety to make it 26-6.
Harrison played just 40 snaps in 14 games with Pittsburgh this season before being released.