Jets for real? Pats in trouble?

They needed extra time and some extra yards -- courtesy of a bizarre and unexpected penalty against Chris Jones -- but the New York Jets topped the rival New England Patriots 30-27 on Sunday. This came despite the return of Rob Gronkowski, who excelled (eight catches for 114 yards). But it wasn't enough, with Tom Brady failing to throw a touchdown pass and the rash of injuries to the New England defense clearly showing. What's next for these two teams?

  • Which is more true about the Jets' 30-27 OT win over the Patriots on Sunday?

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  • Are the Jets (4-3; 1 GB of Patriots) legitimate playoff contenders?

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  • How many games will the Jets (4-3) win this season?

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  • Are the Patriots legitimate Super Bowl contenders?

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  • How far will the Patriots go this season?

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  • Tom Brady did not throw a TD pass for the second time in three weeks. What do you make of this?

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  • Will Rex Ryan coach the Jets in 2014?

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  • Were you aware of the rule (you cannot push your own player upfield on a field goal attempt) before New England's Chris Jones was flagged for it in OT of the Patriots-Jets game?

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  • Where does the Patriots' offense rank with Rob Gronkowski?

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  • Is Geno Smith the Jets' QB of the future?

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