The New York Jets and Tennessee Titans each are holders of winning 2-1 records early in the 2013 NFL Football season schedule. One of the teams will drop to an even 2-2 mark while the other advances to a strong 3-1 record after they face off in week four today in Nashville. Watch NFL Sunday Football live streaming online on CBS instructions are available below.
Watching the Jets last week was a painful exercise in how to commit penalties with relative ease. It’s a miracle they beat the Buffalo Bills while committing a franchise worst 20 penalties in only four quarters of play, the most penalties any team has been caught performing in a single game since 1951. And they did it without overtime. Coach Rex Ryan has seen enough and is making every player including himself do 10 push-ups in practice for an infraction, except for the guilty player. It will be interesting to see how well behaved the Jets are this week and reaching a new low as far as penalties are concerned.
Bilal Powell was a machine for the Jets against the Bills as he rushed for 149 yards on 27 carries. He has 226 yards total now after limited touches in the first two games. You can bet Ryan will be giving Powell the ball a lot going forward, especially as Geno Smith continues to feel his way around the starting quarterback gig.
Smith has had an up-and-down start to his NFL career but at least is putting wins on the board. He has thrown six interceptions and lost a fumble, though managed to not get sacked last week after being leveled nine times in the previous two games. If the Titans can shut down the run and force the Jets into passing downs, then they might be able to force some turnovers off Smith.
Tennessee was pinged for 10 penalties by halftime in their last game and thus far have committed the third most in the league. They, too, will be coming into today’s game with a focus on avoiding penalties, which could mean either more conservative playcalling or less aggressive play. Either way, the Titans don’t want to have to rely on a late game-winning drive again because of penalties.
Last season Chris Johnson blew past the Jets defense for a 94-yard touchdown run. This season, Johnson leads the AFC with 256 yards, but has yet to score a touchdown. He’s due, the Jets know it, and they’ll be looking to clog up the running lanes and not let Johnson bust a big one again.
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