After a thrilling comeback win over the Saints last week, the Patriots will get right back into action this Sunday over their hated rivals, the New York Jets and B98.5 will be there!

Last week, the Patriots looked to be in big trouble against the Saints, but Tom Brady pulled them through in the end.

After failing to throw a touchdown pass for the first time in 52 games last week at Cincinnati, Brady was on the verge of going a second straight contest without a scoring toss, as New England (5-1) looked like sure losers against New Orleans (5-1). But in front of a half-empty Gillette Stadium, Brady guided the Patriots on a 70-yard, fourth-quarter drive that culminated with a five-yard touchdown pass to Kenbrell Thompkins with five seconds left. For those fans that did stay, New England's 30-27 comeback win showed that the Patriots might be good enough to be Super in February, too.

The Jets (3-3) are having a better season than expected. That could all change very soon. Under the direction of rookie quarterback Geno Smith, the Jets have been able to win games against the Buccaneers, Falcons and Bills, but last week's loss to the previously winless Steelers might be a harbinger of things to come. Over the next three games, New York faces division leaders New England (5-1), Cincinnati (4-2) and New Orleans (5-1). The Patriots beat the Jets, 13-10, in a rainstorm-plagued game in Week 2. If New England blows out Rex Ryan's team on the road, it might be a sure sign that the Jets "are who we thought they were."

B98.5 will have all of the game action, from the pregame show, which starts at 10 a.m. with the kickoff coming at 1 p.m. and continuing through all of the postgame coverage. Be sure to catch all of the action on B98.5!

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