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New York Jets at Baltimore Ravens Preview

A preview of Sunday night's game from a league press release are available under the jump.

NEW YORK JETS (2-1) at BALTIMORE RAVENS (2-1) (Sunday, NBC, 8:20 PM ET)

A key AFC matchup will take place in primetime on Sunday night when the Jets visit the Ravens.

New York head coach REX RYAN will look to get his defense back on track against a team he used to coach as the defensive coordinator.

"This is a bend in the road right now," says Ryan. "But I can tell you one thing, I believe we’ll get this thing fixed."

Jets running back LA DAINIAN TOMLINSON reached a milestone last weekend when he scored on an 18-yard touchdown reception, the 160th TD of his career. He joined Pro Football Hall of Famers JERRY RICE (208) and EMMITT SMITH (175) as the only players in NFL history to score 160 touchdowns.

The Ravens posted an impressive 37-7 road victory at St. Louis in Week 3. Wide receiver TORREY SMITH had three touchdown receptions (74, 41 and 18 yards) in the first quarter and became the first rookie in NFL history with three TD catches in the first quarter of a game.

"Torrey has really been catching the ball well in practice," says Baltimore head coach JOHN HARBAUGH. "I think he and JOE (FLACCO) are starting to tie this thing together."