Offensively, it’s hard to go toe-to-toe with Tom Brady and company. However, Ryan Fitzpatrick and company have proven this year that they can play at a very high level and efficiency. The Jets offense has been sporadic at times, but has been playing much improved football in the last month.  Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker have proven to be the most prolific Jet tandem in Jet history, and Ryan Fitzpatrick trusts them both emphatically. The emergence of Quincy Enunwa as the season has progressed has only added to Fitzpatrick’s options in the passing game. Enunwa’s contributions in the blocking game have also aided the Jet offense. Bilal Powell is back healthy and has been a “spark plug” for the Jet offense since his return.

The Jets will need to get their run game going on Sunday. The offensive line struggled to do that at the last meeting, but it is vital that they get the job done on Sunday. When the Jets get their run game going, Chan Gailey’s offense takes off. Mixing in the run game will also aid the Jets in taking more time off the clock, thus keeping Tom Brady on the sideline, where obviously he can’t score points from.

The Jets offense will have to bring their “A” game to stay with Brady and the Patriots offense. They certainly have the talent in place to compete, it’ll be up to them to get it done if they want to have any chance of seeing the post season.