If the Jets can't beat the Dolphins, they may want to think about next season. Three straight road games (at Oakland, at Baltimore and at New England) turned a 2-0 start into a 2-3 record. The Jets sit at third place in the AFC East, but the 0-4 Dolphins sit in the cellar. And those Dolphins have lost their starting quarterback, Chad Henne.

The Jets have looked terrible. They couldn't move the ball against the Patriots, who entered last week's game with one of the worst defense in football. Their four-turnover performance against Baltimore was even worse. Mark Sanchez hasn't played well of late, and Shonn Greene has been underwhelming all season -- although he did play slightly better last week.

With Matt Moore set to start for the Dolphins, the Jets probably don't need that big an improvement. If they score 20 points and lose, solmething will have gone wrong. Even with Miami's recent success at the Meadowlands, the Jets should have no problems.