The New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles haven't lived up to lofty expectations this year.
While a three-game winning streak has the Jets headed in the right direction, the Eagles are clinging to very slim playoff hopes.
With major playoff implications on the line, the Jets go for their first-ever win over the Eagles on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
New York (8-5) and Philadelphia (5-8) were expected to be - at the very least - serious contenders to win their respective divisions heading into this season.
That hasn't been the case, as the Jets enter their final three games of the regular season two games back of AFC East-leading New England while surrendering the head-to-head tiebreaker.
The Eagles were dubbed the "Dream Team" by backup quarterback Vince Young prior to the start of the season, and they've turned into perhaps the NFL's biggest disappointment. They're two games back of the first-place tie between Dallas and the New York Giants in the NFC East, and are outsi...