Found November 30, 2012 on Jets Insider.com:
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The New York Jets host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in a game where both teams are surprised about where they stand at this point in the season."We feel we're a better football team than our record indicates, and I'm sure they do as well," said Rex Ryan on Wednesday.  "They should feel that way. Both teams are hungry for a win, and I think there probably are some similarities there."Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt said more of the same.  "We're playing a team that is a lot like us.  They've had moments where they've looked very good and other moments...
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