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The Packers are finally starting to put things together and figure things out after injuries nearly derailed their season so early on. The Green Bay offense is becoming potent once again, and Rodgers is beginning to fire on all cylinders.
The Packers now head to the swamps of New Jersey to face the New York Jets who will be coming off their bye week. The Jets could come out in one of two ways, fired up, refreshed, and ready to play football, or a little bit rusty from having the week off.
Defensively the Jets have been terrible against the pass this season. They have been getting better and have improved to now being ranked 15th against the pass. They will be aided by CB Darrelle Revis being fully healthy, but even then they have still struggled in games where Revis has played.
Most Jets games have started the same way this season. The opposing teams offense struggle in the first quarter, but the Jets eventually stop blitzing and the opposing team eventually gets going. In six games this season, the only quarterback that didn't have a good game against the Jets is Tom Brady.
Rodgers may get off to a slow start against the Jets, but by the second half he will settle into a groove. Rodgers will find his receivers in the second half and make enough plays to lead the Packers to an upset win.