Courtesy: Helmet Project

Last week's Jets victory was one of the few positive notes of the season for a team that has been hit hard by injuries. After losing their starting quarterback and their backup quarterback, the team turned to a former quarterback, Vinny Testaverde, to lead them to victory against the Tampa Bay Bucs. This week, the Jets take a trip north to face the only football team that actually plays its games in New York, the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo is also where Chad Pennington first injured his shoulder in last season's 22-17 loss. The game Sunday is also the first of two they play on the road before heading into a bye week. Curtis Martin, who has struggled thus far, has scored 10 career TDs against the Bills. Despite being a little banged up, Martin should have a big day against the NFL's 2nd worst rushing defense.

Is there anyone else that thinks if they are going to have a team in Buffalo, all their home games should take place at the end of the season when they have to shovel the snow between plays just to see the hash marks? With any luck, when the Bills visit the Jets on New Year's Day, the conditions will be blizzard-like. Because then the Jets can say, "eat snow you upstate suckas."