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Jets vs. Patriots Week 7 preview: Everything you need to know

Jets head coach Robert Saleh against the Tennessee

Jets head coach Robert Saleh against the Tennessee Titans at MetLife Stadium on October 3, 2021. Credit: Getty Images/Al Bello

JETS (1-4) at PATRIOTS (2-4)

Gillette Stadium, 1 p.m.


Line: Patriots by 7; O/U 42.5

TV: CBS (Andrew Catalon, James Lofton)

Radio: ESPN-98.7-FM (Bob Wischusen, Marty Lyons); Sirius 133; XM 385


Jets: Out: TE Tyler Kroft (back); Doubtful: LB C.J. Mosley (hamstring); Questionable: RB Tevin Coleman (hamstring).

Patriots: Out: CB Jonathan Jones (shoulder), CB Shaun Wade (concussion); Questionable: LB Dont’a Hightower (elbow/ankle), DL Davon Godchaux (finger), DL Deatrich Wise Jr. (knee), G Shaq Mason (abdomen), LB Kyle Van Noy (groin), K Nick Folk (knee), DB Jalen Mills (hamstring), RB Brandon Bolden (thigh)


"We’re really eager, especially me and especially after missing last week. We’re ready. We’re ready. I don’t want to say too much . . . but we’re ready." — Jets receiver Corey Davis on coming out of the bye and playing the Patriots, who held him to two catches for 8 yards in Week 2.


Bill Belichick and the Patriots have owned the Jets in Foxboro, having won 12 straight regular-season games against their AFC East rivals at Gillette Stadium. But the mystique is fading. These aren’t the Tom Brady-led Patriots. New England is 0-4 at home this season, their worst start ever at Gillette, which opened in 2002.


Damien Harris, Patriots RB: Harris rushed for 62 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries in the Patriots’ 25-6 win over the Jets in Week 2, and last week against the Cowboys he ran 18 times for 101 yards and a TD. Expect him to get lots of touches in this one with the Patriots expected to lead early. — Nick Klopsis


11: Consecutive Jets losses to New England and the number of interceptions Jets QBs have thrown in the last four games against the Patriots.

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