" Even though first-year New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith wasn’t expected to start in his rookie season, at times he has played reasonably well since taking over for injured veteran Mark Sanchez. Smith’s signature win came in Week Five, when he threw three touchdown passes to lead the Jets to a 30-28 road victory over the Atlanta Falcons. However, as is typical for a rookie, he tends to make a lot of turnovers, which may hurt him against a New England Patriots defense that’s pretty good at forcing them. Smith faces off against Tom Brady and the Pats next Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium.
Geno Smith #7 of the New York Jets (Credit, Al Bello/Getty Images)
The Jets come into this game with 3-3 record, good for third place in the AFC East two games behind the Patriots. Last week, the Jets failed to score a touchdown in a 19-6 loss to the previously winless Pittsburgh Steelers. In their previous meeting in Week Two this season, the Patriots came away with a 13-10 win at Gillette Stadium "
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