The desperate Tennessee Titans will enter the Meadowlands on Sunday in pursuit of their first win when they face the undefeated New York Jets and their top-ranked defense. How’s that for an opening sentence you never expected to read? The territory is fairly familiar for the Jets when recalling recent history. In November 2008, the Jets followed up an overtime win at New England with a 34-13 thrashing of the undefeated Titans at LP Field. New York held the ball for 40 minutes in their last hurrah before slipping into a 9-7 abyss. But as far as the 2009 season is concerned, last November is ancient history. They’ve been vocal, hostile, and efficient at the same time—a far-cry from the Jets of yesteryear. Jets coach Rex Ryan spent the bulk of the offseason placing ...
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