Week 7: NY Jets @ New England Patriots
Sunday, Oct. 24, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
The Jets will have two weeks to come home from London and prepare for this game. The Patriots will be playing Dallas at home a week before this divisional contest.
This will be the second meeting between the Jets and New England in five weeks. Barring a rematch in the playoffs, this will also be the final meeting between both squads this upcoming season.
Week 8: NY Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, Oct. 31, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
The Bengals' Halloween game at home for the Jets will feature another potential battle of young, highly drafted quarterbacks in Joe Burrow and Zach Wilson. Both franchises are hoping that their seasons aren't horror shows by this point.
With the Jets headed back on the road in a short week, this will be a pivotal game for Gang Green to win.
Week 9: NY Jets @ Indianapolis Colts
Thursday, Nov. 4, 8:20 p.m. ET, FOX/Amazon/NFL Network
The Jets finally get a primetime game, but this is not the one anyone expected or quite frankly wished for. The Jets will be playing on a short work week on the road against one of the AFC's best overall teams.
The Jets were embarrassed last season at Indianapolis in a 36-7 loss. It was a clear case of two franchises in entirely different classes.
The green and white will be hoping to have a better showing this go-around and would like to avoid humiliating themselves in primetime.
The Jets have had some success in Indy in the past, but 2015, Curtis Painter, and a Jets playoff victory against Peyton Manning were a long time ago.