Teams play them one at a time, but the media doesn’t.
Take a look at the Jets’ schedule down the stretch. It sets up for New York to win the AFC East, have a first-round bye and potentially even catch the Titans for the top seed in the conference.
The Jets might not be underdogs again this season as Brett Favre tries to complete his magical mystery ride.
New York’s next game is at home against the Denver Broncos. Then the Jets play at San Francisco, host Buffalo, go to Seattle and wrap up the regular-season at home against the Miami Dolphins.
With an 8-3 record now, there’s no reason the Jets should not finish with anything worse than 12-4 — and all the spoils that come along with it.