The New York Jets (6-7) take on the Tennessee Titans (4-9) at LP Field tonight as the Jets try to keep their playoff hopes alive and the Titans try to salvage a respectable end to their season. The Jets have built a two-game winning streak with their consecutive victories over the Cardinals and the Jaguars and a win tonight would give them their first three-game winning streak this season. The Jets are one game shy of securing the final wild card spot in the AFC, but will be playing their final three games of the season against the Titans, the Chargers, and the Bills: all teams with losing records. The Titans on the other hand, have already been eliminated from the playoffs and will simply be trying to redeem a disappointing season. Still looking for your Jets tickets to the next big game? Maxim Tickets features a wide selection of discount New York Jets tickets and parking passes, all backed by a 100% Buyer Guarantee.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez is expected to start for New York, although Jets coach Rex Ryan says he may use backup QB Tim Tebow as a wildcat option. Tebow has been out for several games with two cracked ribs but has reportedly healed enough to return to play. Sanchez has struggled to complete passes this season, having thrown thirteen interceptions and only twelve touchdown passess. In the last few games the Jets have been relying more and more on their ability to run the ball, rushing for an average of 146.5 yards in their last four games. The rushing game is likely to play a big role in the Jets offense tonight as well, especially since Tennessee has been allowing an average of 129.4 yards rushing per game. However, New York has also struggled with their rush defense, allowing an average of 136.5 rushing yards per game. Titans RB Chris Johnson will definitely be looking to exploit that weakness as he has already racked up over 1,000 yards rushing this season. Remember, you can make sure you always have a seat to the next Jets game when you own a genuine New York Jets PSL.