Differing styles work for Pats, Jets

Updated: September 17, 2010, 10:56 AM ET
By Mike Reiss | ESPNBoston.com

The differences between the New York Jets and New England Patriots, and the coaches who lead them, are many. It's part of what makes this latest chapter of the fiery Jets-Patriots rivalry compelling.

Nothing captured the differing ways more than when ESPN's training camp tour bus visited the Jets and then the Patriots the following day. Jets coach Rex Ryan signed the bus with the words "soon to be champs;" Patriots receiver Wes Welker responded by writing "one game at a time."

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