Raise your hand if you had the Jets at 2-0. Put them down if your first name isn't Rex or Mark. Not too many left, right? The surprising Jets go for their third straight win Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, the best team in the AFC during the 2008 regular season. But the Titans will be hungry for their first win after losses to Pittsburgh and Houston to open their season.

Ironically, the Jets will be dressed as the New York Titans in a throwback game to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the American Football League. The Titans will be dressed as the Houston Oilers. They'll also be a run-first team, the first the Jets have faced this season. Tennessee tailback Chris Johnson had a field day against the Texans in Week 2, but he should find the going tougher against the Jets' defense. Kerry Collins is a manager, not a playmaker, at the controls of the Titans offense. Mark Sanchez has been somewhere in between for the Jets through two games. Will he remember he's a rookie and make a big mistake?

The game, originally set for 4:15 p.m., will be played at 1 p.m. to allow Jets fans to get home in time to observe Yom Kippur. Will the Jets suffer a letdown after their big win against the Patriots last week? Will some Titans desperation get them in the win column this season? The Jets have two road games—at New Orleans and at Miami—so they can't afford to take their feet off the gas pedal at home.