According to the National Weather Service (www.weather.gov) the weather down in Jacksonville Sunday will be partly sunny, with a high near 78.
So, by now, you know the point in the program; who does the weather favor? Clear and near perfect conditions will make the game a wash in that question.
For a lot of these games, fortune will favor the home team. But much of the success of this game will come down to what Jets team comes to play.
And this game will be huge in a lot of eyes. First off, will the Jets of last week show up? Will the Jets offense come out and look like the Buffalo or Indy games? Or will be the offense that showed up against Miami and for the most part, last night.
If the anemic team shows up again, then someone higher up will be examining the flame under their rear end because their job is on the line (ie Rex Ryan, Mike Tannenbaum). And I think Mark Sanchez is playing for his job as a starter in this league.
But the Jets do have a big thing going for them and that’s their knowledge of Henne. For all the times these two teams played each other while Henne was in Miami.