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The final game of the list is also one of the most anticipated.
Mark Sanchez passes for 275 against the Ravens' atrocious secondary.
The Ravens have been hit hard with injuries to their defensive backfield, and that is why I predict they lose at least five games this year. If not for that problem, they could have gotten 13 or more.
Flacco is still in a great position with a great running back and a ton of receivers. Let's also not forget the fact that the offensive line is one of the top three in the NFL, outside of the right tackle situation.
But, having said that, Mark Sanchez is another year older and has better receivers. He has Cotchery, an excellent chain mover. He has Braylon Edwards, the deep threat Pro Bowler, and Santonio Holmes. All of them are very good receivers who are reliable (not so much for Edwards) and can hurt a bad secondary.
If the Jets decided to run more, they will lose. Of they want to pass, they win. Sanchez will have that great game if they want to pass. I know it.
The Ravens, however, will have a ton of trouble with the Jets number one ranked defense. Revis may be very overrated, but he is still a top three corner and will most likely be Boldin's shadow through the game.
I think that the Ravens just won't be able to move the ball all that well in this game.
Jets win: 20-13