New York has hope of for a playoff berth after the collapse of the Broncos and Ravens have faltered over the past few weeks. They were handed a win by the Indianapolis Colts last weekend when head coach Jim Caldwell pulled all of his starters in the second half. The NFL has also given them a gift this week by allowing NBC to make their game the Sunday night finale. The Cincinnati Bengals are going to already know whether or not they need to play on Sunday night. If New England wins against Houston earlier in the day, the Patriots will be the No. 3 seed in the AFC. This automatically puts Cincinnati as the No. 4 seed. If this is the scenario that plays out, a New York Jets victory will mean that they will play the Bengals two weeks in a row. The Bengals are not going to play any meaningfu ...
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