This is a statement game for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
If the Jaguars lose in convincing fashion, the perception around the league will be that this is the same team we've seen the last several years. They'll be seen as 8-8 waiting to happen, a vanilla team that is limited by its lack of weapons and a defense that can't stop the pass.
While nearly all of the national media believes the New York Jets will clear the nine-point spread offered for Sunday's contest, the Jaguars are capable of pulling off the upset.
For Jacksonville, the difference between a win and a loss on Sunday could mean the difference between blackouts and packed stadiums. With a win, heads are turned. With a loss, people walk away.
So, how do the Jaguars come out of New York 2-0?
Here are my five keys to victory for the Jaguars in Week 2.