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The New York Jets: Offensive Juggernauts

Jim O'Connor-USA TODAY Sports

Okay, maybe the 2015 New York Jets aren't the 2007 New England Patriots, buut consider these two statistics:

The Jets and the Patriots are the only two teams in the National Football League to score 17 or more points every game this season.

The Jets are the only team in the NFL to have two or more offensive touchdowns in every game this season, after limiting the Patriots to just one in this past game.

As we discussed yesterday, the Jets have a game changer in Brandon Marshallwho has set multiple records, and who has set a career high in touchdowns with 13. Ryan Fitzpatrick is currently tied for the most touchdowns in franchise history at 29, also held by Vinny Testaverde. Eric Decker needs 23 yards to break 1,000 on the season, and the Jets will have their first season with two 1,000-yard receivers since Keyshawn Johnson and Wayne Chrebet in 1998.