New York Jets vs. Tennessee Titans: Sunday NFL Weather Report

By Debbie Schechter

It’s week 15 everyone — not like you need reminding but the New York Jets travel to the home of country music, Nashville Tennessee to take on the Titans.

So, if you are making the trip to Nashville for the 4:05 p.m. kick off at LP Field, here’s the weather you’ll be facing:

Mostly sunny, with a high near 53. Calm wind becoming east around 5 mph. Sunday Night-Partly cloudy, with a low around 34. Calm wind becoming east around 5 mph.”

So, what does this mean? Basically, unlike the last a couple of games in the bad weather and cold, this game will be warmer.

Will this help Geno Smith? Maybe, he took a lot of positive steps last week against the Vikings. It was nice to see him have what gymnasts call selective memory after Smith threw the pick-6 right off the top of the game.

But let’s be honest here, this is a game of two 2-11 teams so this could get ugly real quick.

Offensively, they’re starting Jake Locker at quarterback. They do have some playmakers at wide receiver in Nate Washington and Kendall Wright.

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According to, the Titans are 30th in total offense and 30th in total defense. But one of the things in the defensive stats is that the Titans are the worst defense against the run.

Which means, the Jets rushing offense could have a day — meaning a successful return to Nashville for former Titan Chris Johnson. Also, this could mean a good day for Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell.

Bottom line here, in many ways this is for the first pick in the draft. So could the Jets win this game? Sure, it’s possible but they really need to get their act together and channel the team that beat the Steelers earlier this year.