Despite only playing two games so far this season, Robert Saleh and the New York Jets have already dealt with a lot.
They’ve been presented with some major challenges, but they’re still hopeful that Saleh can help them fight through the adversity and lead them back to the playoffs for the first time since 2010.
Speaking of adversity, the weather on Sunday morning made Saleh’s pre-game ritual of running the stadium stairs a little more difficult than normal.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 24, 2023
Saleh is practicing the art of leading by example during his pre-game ritual, and perhaps some of his Jets players will pick up on the message and follow his lead.
On Sunday, New York will be looking to get their second win of the 2023 season when they take on the 0-2 New England Patriots.
There are a few things at play in this Week 3 matchup between bitter AFC East rivals.
First, of course, there’s always the rivalry between Bill Belichick and the Jets, thanks to the Patriots head coach resigning as the head coach of New York in 2000 before even coaching a game.
As for Sunday, the Jets have an amazing opportunity to not only get a win and improve their record to 2-1 this season but if they come out on top, New England will be left with a miserable 0-3 record.
With this in mind, New York should be prepared for Belichick and the Patriots to try just about anything and everything on Sunday to get a win, as their season might already be on the line.
Sunday’s matchup between the Jets and Patriots is scheduled to kick off at 1 p.m. EST from inside New York’s MetLife Stadium.NEXT: Aaron Rodgers Speaks On His Return Timetable