The New York Jets offense was non-existent in Sunday's 9-0 loss to Green Bay, which dropped them to 5-2, second in the AFC East.
After first-place New England, 6-1, dismantled Minnesota, 28-18, and made Brett Favre bleed, there is some though\t that the Patriots might be the best team in the league.
It's a somewhat unexpected perch for a team that was thought to be in transition and rebuilding its defense with young players.
The Patriots have just the 28th-ranked defense, but are being propelled by QB Tom Brady and an offense that finds new weapons seemingly every week.
On Sunday, it was WR Brandon Tate, who scored his first-ever receiving TD. The Patriots are leading the NFL with an average of 29.3 points per game.
By the way, SI.com's Peter King said this morning that the Packers showed the blueprint for beating the Jets, stacking the line of scrimmage and forcing New York quarterback Mark Sanchez to try and win the game.