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Yep, the Jets play the two best teams in their conference in a span of five days.
New York travels to New England for a Thursday Night Football matchup with its archnemesis in the Patriots just days after playing against the defending AFC champions.
In a conference call, Rex Ryan expressed his unhappiness with that scheduling.
The game will be a major challenge for the Jets, but they faced the same short week last year and nearly topped the Patriots in a sloppy game.
In addition to the usual intrigue that comes with this divisional rivalry, there will be the Darrelle Revis factor.
How will the cornerback react to facing his old team? How will the Jets treat Revis?
Tensions will be high and the game will undoubtedly be sloppy, but it's also one of the most important games on New York's schedule.
If Gang Green can find a way to win this one, it would put the team in the driver's seat in the AFC East heading into the second half of the season.
It'd also be a great way to send a message to the treacherous Revis.