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Jets-Patriots Rivalry

BRAD GOLDBACH: The Jets-Patriots rivalry is definitely among the best in the NFL, but I wouldn’t put it at the top of the list just yet. It does find a home among the top three in the game currently, though.

CHRIS PUMMER: The Jets-Patriots rivalry is currently the best in the NFL, because it not only pits two divisional foes from two huge media markets, but the flames of hatred have enjoyed so much extra fuel for going on more than a decade now. Continue reading

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Mark Sanchez: The Great Latino Hope?

JASON CLINKSCALES: When Mark Sanchez got drafted by the New York Jets last April, advertising and publicity analysts immediate salivated over his prospects. They were less interested in his prospects on the field, rather than endorsement and sponsorship opportunities if he essentially becomes the Mexican-American version of Joe Willie Namath.

Yet, despite admirable performances in three postseason games, the suggestion that he will be the one that takes the NFL into apparent unchartered territory with the Latino populous has a bit of problem; Sanchez has to win and win beautifully.
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