As much as the Jets players and Rex Ryan have run their mouths even after being thumped 45-3 in the last meeting, this game will be exciting no matter what the score ends up being.
This game, as all others, is personal to Rex Ryan because they are going against someone who he sees as superior to himself or one of his players. Last week it was Manning, and this week it is Belichick.
I like Rex Ryan and how he tries to get into the opposing players' heads, but going after Belichick and Brady, who are arguably the most dominant coach-quarterback tandem ever, just isn't smart.
These teams are practically built to be enemies, as the Jets are a solid defense with a hard running game and the Patriots are a solid defense with a very efficient passing game.
The huge difference in these teams is the quarterback play.
Sanchez isn't as good as most people make him out to be, and he is terribly inconsistent, while Brady is the quarterback any team would like to have..
With this game more than likely turning to a powerful Patriots passing game, the Jets will fall behind, but it will still be great to watch all the way through the press conference just to see what Ryan and Sanchez have to say.
New England 38
New York Jets 20