The Jets usually hit a wall when they play New England. I don't need to remind you all what happened the last time the Jets played host to the Patriots.
Let's meet at Ainsworth, biggest sports bar in midtown with over 25 screens and check out Brady's game's against the Jets.
I'll reserve a table for the meetup group.
October 20 (Sunday) at 1:00 PM.
Prediction from the Bleacher Report:
Tom Brady has performed better against the Jets than any other AFC East team over the past two years, having thrown nine touchdowns and one interception against the Jets in the past four meetings.
Even if the Jets still have Darrelle Revis on the roster at this point, and even though the Patriots will be without Wes Welker against the Jets for the first time since 2009, it's hard to envision a scenario where the Patriots offense struggles to move the ball.
The Patriots secondary will remain intact from last year, after making big improvements over the second half of the season (97.3 passer rating in the first nine games, 73.2 in the final seven), and with the group's new man-coverage scheme, the Patriots may finally have the firepower to slow down a timing offense like the West Coast offense the Jets will run. Mark Sanchez has played some of his best football against the Patriots, but it's still rarely been enough to beat them. It could be close, but it won't be an upset.
Prediction: Patriots 27, Jets 16