2. The NY Jets will face one of the best of all time in Green Bay
The Jets have faced Aaron Rodgers several times over the past few years, and while the Green Bay Packers defense being below average will allow New York to put up some points, they'll struggle mightily to stop No. 12.
Rodgers may be looked upon poorly in the public eye, but on the football field, the 5-time MVP remains one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game.
DeVante Adams is no longer a Packer, which means Sauce Gardner and D.J. Reed will have a slightly easier time, but make no mistake, Rodgers is still one of the best in the game. This comes halfway through a very tough stretch for the Jets, so, unfortunately, it may get ugly.
3. The NY Jets will follow that by taking on Russell Wilson in Denver
Just a week after heading to Green Bay to take on Aaron Rodgers, Gang Green will follow that up with a trip to the Mile High city to take on Russell Wilson and this new-look Denver Broncos team.
With weapons all over the field, this may be the Jets' toughest game of the entire season, and if the Russell Wilson from Seattle's successful past turns up this year, the entire AFC may be in serious danger.
Wilson is one of the smartest players in the league, and with such a young group on defense, in an already tough environment to succeed in, the Jets are going to struggle, and any type of upset here would be monumental.