The New York Jets have had a rough go of it so far in 2012.
When the Colts travel to MetLife Stadium to face off with the New York Jets, it's anybody's guess who will come out on top.
The Jets have had their struggles but have also come out ahead of both the Buffalo Bills and a hard-to-peg Miami Dolphins team.
Despite losing their star corner, Darrelle Revis, for the season, they still have a talented corner in Antonio Cromartie. Cromartie should help neutralize the Colts' Reggie Wayne.
That will be a huge blow for Luck, who relied on Wayne to the tune of over 200 yards in Week 5.
Meanwhile, the Jets' offense has been stagnant since Week 1, ranking 28th in passing yards per game and 25th in rushing yards per game.
Indy should be able to run the ball against New York, as the Jets have allowed a league-worst 172.8 rushing yards per game. They simply can't stop the run.
With their ineffective offense and Indy's rapidly improving defense, it's tough to see Mark Sanchez (or Tim Tebow) moving the ball consistently.
Hard to imagine, but the Colts might actually run away with this one. No Dustin Keller, no Santonio Holmes, no hope to speak of. The Jets' entire season is in jeopardy, and they just might put up their second consecutive goose egg against the Houston Texans.
Final Score—Indianapolis 27, New York 13