NFL Picks Week 6: New York Jets and 3 Teams Sure to Rebound

Adam SpencerCorrespondent IOctober 12, 2011

FOXBORO, MA - OCTOBER 9:    Mark Sanchez #6 of the New York Jets throws against the New England Patriots in the first half at Gillette Stadium on October 9, 2011 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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This NFL season has been full of disappointing teams: the Atlanta Falcons, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets and St. Louis Rams, just to name a few.

It's still early in the season, but some of these teams look completely lost and it appears there's no way they'll be in the playoff picture this season.

However, three teams are set to rebound this weekend and pick up a much-needed victory.

Let's take a look at three teams that should get their seasons back on track in Week 6.

New York Jets (2-3)

The Jets haven't been very good this year, especially on offense.

They've now traded away disappointing addition Derrick Mason to the Houston Texans, leaving them with one less decent receiver for Mark Sanchez to throw to.

However, if there's one thing that can help right the Jets' ship, it's a game against the 0-4 Miami Dolphins.

As bad as the Jets have been this year, the Dolphins have been 10 times as bad. To make matters worse, quarterback Chad Henne is injured.

This should be as close to a cakewalk as the Jets get this season.

Chicago Bears (2-3)

The Bears have been the victims of an incredibly tough schedule to start the season.

They've had to play the Falcons, Packers, Saints, Panthers and Lions already this year, which is no easy task.

However, for at least one week, they now get a little bit of reprieve.

They play the 1-4 Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night. If they don't beat Donovan McNabb and company, they'll be in for a very long year.

With their defense playing pretty well thus far, they should be able to force McNabb into a few mistakes en route to a victory.

Philadelphia Eagles (1-4)

The Eagles have probably been the most disappointing team so far this season.

With a game against the division-leading Washington Redskins this weekend, it doesn't look like things are going to get a whole lot better. That is, on paper.

Don't be surprised if the Eagles pull off the victory this weekend.

Remember what Mike Vick did to the Redskins in the first quarter of last year's Monday Night Football game?

The Eagles match up well with the 'Skins and should have no trouble improving to 2-4.