At 4-1, the Jets have to feel good about themselves, especially after the rumblings following a disastrous Week 1 loss to Baltimore. Since that game, in which their offense looked impotent, the Jets have won four straight, beating New England, Miami, Buffalo and Minnesota. Now they travel to Denver for a game against the all-pass, no-run Broncos in the Mile High City. This game is dangerous.

For one, the Jets come off a game against Minnesota in which they let the Vikings hang around. Thanks to some questionable play-calling, the Jets' first four scores were field goals. When Brett Favre finally remembered how to throw the ball, he almost led a comeback.

This week, the Jets face the Broncos, led by former New England assistant Josh McDaniels and quarterback Kyle Orton. Their pass offense is elite, with weapons like Brandon Lloyd and Eddie Royal and Jabar Gaffney. For all the talk about the Jets' secondary, the team is ranked 23rd in pass defense and may be without Darrelle Revis. The All-Pro cornerback, who missed 2 1/2 games with a hamstring injury, is sore again. That didn't stop him from doing 80 mph in a 40-mph zone. Will his absence prevent the Jets from stopping the Broncos?