An in depth preview of the NFL's regular season game of the year, which takes place next Monday night on ESPN.
A satirical breakdown of the keys to the upcoming Monday night battle between the New York Jets and the New England Patriots.
How many times can Santonio Holmes pull the rabbit out of his hat?
If you do the math and face the facts, the Jets should be 4-5 right now instead of 7-2.
Yes, a victory is a win, but the struggle to get this one should worry head coach Rex Ryan and the rest of us as well.
If the Jets keep playing this way, they will be lucky to even contend for a wild card.
As the game progressed it felt like those games many Jets fans have sat through before: a game that shouldn't have been lost but would inevitably be because of the inability to get the big play.
The Jets proved their legitimacy as playoff bound and now sit in first place with a 3-1 record.
Braylon Edwards was the straw that stirred the drink in the Jets win.
Mark Sanchez's Hard Knocks shenanigans came to a screeching halt against the Ravens on MNF, as his performance left nobody laughing.