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NFL Week 7 -- Patriots at Jets

Finally, an easy one for the New England Patriots. Except ... a few weeks back, the New York Jets looked more like a rival than a doormat in a 13-10 Patriots home win. In other words, it's hard to know what to expect from Rex Ryan's team, which has been intermittently good and bad in a 3-3 start. Meanwhile, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady's crew is coming off a comeback win over the New Orleans Saints, one that has fans thinking Super Bowl (if they can get the Rob Gronkowski injury thing sorted, of course).

Which team will win the Patriots-Jets game in New Jersey?

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    15%

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  • Are the Patriots legitimate Super Bowl contenders?

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      39%
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      61%

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  • If you were a Patriots fan, would you fault Rob Gronkowski for the way he's handling his injury situation this season?

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      28%
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      72%

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  • What grade would you give Geno Smith through his first six starts?

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      33%
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      54%
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      7%
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      3%

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  • If you were a Jets fan, which more reflects how you would feel about the team's 3-3 start?

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      58%
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      35%
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      7%

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  • Will Rex Ryan coach the Jets in 2014?

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      56%
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      44%

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  • Is the NFL better off when both the Patriots and Jets are good?

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      35%
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      36%
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      29%

    Discuss (Total votes: 4,850)

  • How much of an impact will newly signed KR/PR Josh Cribbs make for the Jets?

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      12%
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      64%
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      24%

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  • Who is a bigger loss on defense for the Patriots?

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      36%
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      64%

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