Who will win the AFC East? What has been the main reason for Buffalo's recent lack of scoring? **What are your thoughts?**
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New York's power outage: Following a three-game stretch in November in which Brett Favre threw five touchdowns and led the Jets to 115 total points, he and the Jets have struggled to get into the end zone the last two games. The Jets managed just 17 and 14 points against the soft defenses of the Broncos and 49ers and Favre did not throw a single touchdown pass in that time.
Harris' impact: Linebacker David Harris, the Jets' leading tackler from last season, returned to action last week after missing five games with a groin injury. Harris stepped right back into his role, leading the Jets with a season-high 13 tackles. Expect more of the same from New York's most consistent defender this week.
Evans vs. the Jets' secondary: With players such as DB Darrelle Revis and S Kerry Rhodes, New York's secondary boasts some talented players, yet only one team, Seattle, has been worse in pass coverage this season. The Jets have given up 293.8 passing yards per game over their last four games and this week will face Buffalo's big-play wideout Lee Evans. Evans has averaged 114.5 yards and a touchdown over his last two games vs. the Jets.
Did you know?
The Jets are in a three-way tie for the AFC East lead. ... The Bills are in last place in the AFC East. For a complete look at the playoff picture click here. ... Bills TE Robert Royal has career-highs in receptions (29) and receiving yards (308) in 2008. ... The Jets have won three of their last four at home. ... Jets RB Thomas Jones leads the AFC with 1,144 rushing yards. Jones needs one rushing touchdown to surpass Curtis Martin for the most rushing touchdowns in a single season in franchise history. ... Check out the playoff possibilities for the Bills and the Jets.