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Where: Gillette Stadium
When: 01.25 (BST)
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It will be a case the new kid on the block versus the top of the class as Geno Smith leads the New York Jets into battle against the New England Patriots in week two of the NFL season.
Both sides came away from the first week of the season at 1-0, with Smith and the Jets scraping out a one-point win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 18-17.
The final margin for the Pats was closer than what coach Bill Belichick and Brady would have wanted as they eased to a two-point win over Buffalo.
Smith will be same in the knowledge that he has the starting quarterback job for the Jets this season under lock and key after the shoulder injury to Mark Sanchez was worse than first realised and may need what would be season ending surgery.
Despite being on debut Smith showed good poise against the Bucs to complete 24-38 passes for 256 yards for one touchdown and one interception thrown.
A worry for the Jets moving forward was their lack of rushing yards in the first game of the season with just 90 coming all game at an average of 3.3 each carry.
Of those 90, more than half came from quarterback Smith with on running back Bilal Powell offering some help with 29 yards from 12 carries.
Whatever lack of chemistry faced Brad and the Pats in week one, the quarterback great showed he has enough talent still to get them through a few grinding wins early in the season, so as to not leave them a mountain of work in the back half of the year.
Brady and his offence line got out of trouble more often than not against the Bills in the first game with the team earning 55 per cent on third down efficiency.
The New England play-caller completed 29-52 passes for 288 yards, two touchdowns and one throw picked off in what was a good night overall considering the Pats are still trying to find their feet.
However, with many writing off the Jets this season and with a rookie quarterback at the helm, New York has nothing to lose in this week’s match, and many for the rest of the year.
Despite this, the Pats have an excellent record in recent years again the Jets and they should continue this in week two with a good win.