After a disappointing first half, the New York Jets are hoping to come out of their bye with a much-improved effort down the stretch.
Coach Rex Ryan, though, knows his team will be in for a tough test at CenturyLink Field, where the Seattle Seahawks have yet to lose.
The struggling Jets try to turn things around Sunday against a Seattle team looking to extend its best home start in seven seasons.
A week off seemed to come at just the right time for New York (3-5), which fell 30-9 at home to Miami in Week 8 for its fourth loss in five games. The Jets find themselves in a last-place tie with Buffalo in the AFC East but are just two games behind division-leading New England.
"We definitely have the resources to get back into this thing," safety Yeremiah Bell said. "We have the players, we have the coaching staff and we have the 'want to.' The thing is, it's going to be just us on Sundays just going out there and executing."
The Jets need to pick up ...