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Now that the official 2015 NFL Schedule is out, we can play the ultra meaningless “Win-Loss Game” with the New York Jets.

By Robby Sabo

1authorrob3 - New York Jets: Playing The 'Win-Loss Schedule' Game Honestly, it means nothing.

If you think trying to figure out which games will be exhilarating wins or devastating losses in late April is a concrete plan of action, you’re sorely fooling yourself. Not even have experienced the NFL Draft, we don’t even know the true makeup of all 32 teams for the coming season.

Nevertheless, the NFL Schedule has just been released and we are sucker for extra thinking.1jets2 - New York Jets: Playing The 'Win-Loss Schedule' Game

This is why we must play the “Win-Loss Schedule” game for the New York Jets.

With a new regime in town – general manager Mike Maccagnan and head coach Todd Bowles – the Jets have changed face considerably over the course of one single offseason. Guys like Darrelle Revis, Buster Skrine, Antonio Cromartie, Brandon Marshall and Marcus Gilchrist have allowed fans to once again puff up and be excited about 2015.

Considering the extra incentive of wanting to beat down the New England Patriots, who have won the Super Bowl again, and destroying Rex Ryan and his Buffalo Bills twice this upcoming season, this campaign should be extra fun.

Without further ado, here’s our breakdown on the Jets schedule, rolling through by looking at in in quarters:


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