New York Jets Face Must-Win Home Game Against New Orleans Saints

By Aydin Reyhan
NY Jets
Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Jets will be hosting the New Orleans Saints this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium in a game they have to win in order to be one up over their .500 record. However, they are facing a team led by Drew Brees that has only one loss to their name after their first seven games.

This is expects to be another huge loss for Gang Green.

Brees is by far the better QB when comparing him to rookie Geno Smith due to his experience, his success and his ability to orchestrate the offense by barking out orders. He is simply too good not to be able to defeat a Jets side who will have to recover from last week’s horrible loss at the Cincinnati Bengals. This may be another easy win for the Saints.

The Jets have to somehow, someway improve their defense against one of the best offenses that this league has to offer. They were intimidated by the power of the Bengals and the screaming of their fans last week, but now they return to the same place where they edged past the New England Patriots just two weeks ago. They have to use all of their knowledge and home-field advantage to stop Brees and company.

Coach Rex Ryan is headed towards his third straight season without being in playoff contention. He has been using the same old game plan which no longer has the same push it once did. In fact, the last time this team had a huge home win was from the 2011 season over the Kansas City Chiefs, 37-10 with Mark Sanchez actually playing a good game.

Well, those days are well behind them, and now they are facing a much tougher team compared to that side from two years ago. This will be a make-or-break game and it can affect their confidence big time.

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