Might as well put this one in the win column for the Jets. One name will tell you exactly why, Brian Schottenheimer. Yes, that's right, the former Jets offensive coordinator will be coaching against his old team November 18.
In his time with the Jets, Schottenheimer was predictably inconsistent with his play-calling. Just to give you an example, last season when the Jets were in a tight game with their in-house rivals, the Giants, Schottenheimer called several running plays that moved the ball downfield. But once the Jets got near mid-field, he switched to a pass play.
In that game, Mark Sanchez attempted 59 passes, completing only 30, and on drives like these, he would mess up on first down, essentially wasting a down. When faced with a second-and-10 situation, Schottenheimer would then call another pass, and Sanchez would screw up, putting the offense in a third-and-10 situation.
If you couldn't already tell where this is going, the Jets would not convert, as Schottenheimer would call another pass and the defense would be sitting on it, forcing the Jets to punt after having such great field position.
The Jets know their former offensive coordinator, and after what he was not able to accomplish with a talented offense in New York, I do not see him doing well in St. Louis. So by Week 11, Sam Bradford and the Rams offense should be struggling more than enough for Mike Pettine and Rex Ryan's defense to come up with stops, so that the offense can put some points on the board.