Originally written on Turn On The Jets  |  Last updated 11/13/13
The Turn On The Jets Roundtable is back to debate issues surrounding the New York Jets. Make sure to give all of the writers a follow on Twitter and if there is a question you want to see us debate, leave it in the comment section! How can the Jets avoid a let-down against the Buffalo Bills? Joe Caporoso - The only way I see the Jets losing this game is if they turn the football over multiple times. As of right now, the Jets are the better team and match-up very well against a beat up Bills offense. If Geno Smith can protect the football and outplay EJ Manuel, the Jets should be able to win this game by 10-14 points. I don’t see anyway Buffalo scores more than 14-17 on this defense, unless the Jets directly hand them points and considering their offensive performance in week 3, the Jets should be able to generate enough production for the win. TJ Rosenthal -  The best thing the Jets can do to avoid a letdown is perhaps to continue to feel disrespected from the whole ESPN 32nd preseason ranking stuff. I am terrified of what both a week off and the current wildcard spot the Jets currently own could do to lessen the Jets motivation to still prove the doubters wrong. On the other hand Geno Smith and the young D line appear mature enough to avoid playoff talk amongst themselves in November. Rex Ryan is too unsettled security wise right now to go flat in his message to the team too. Ryan has to implore Gang Green to stay desperate emotionally and play aggressively on the field. Rex has to make sure his players are aware that 5-4 is nice but means nothing yet. Daniel Marcus - As a “doom and gloom” Jets fan you can usually sense a let-down game coming, it emanates somewhere from deep in the pit of your stomach and travels up your spine, causing you to lose sleep until it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. However, this is not one of those games because physically, I feel great, it’s like sixth sense just like how some people with balky knees can tell when it’s about to rain, I believe I have the same ability for let-down games. No, the Jets should come away with a “W” this weekend but with the Jets as in life, there are no guarantees so who knows.
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