With help from ESPN Stats & Information, here are a succession of streaks and trends to get you thoroughly confused as to whether the New York Jets or New England Patriots will win Monday night in Gillette Stadium:
The Patriots are 5-0 at home this year and have won 14 straight at home.
The Jets are 5-0 on the road and on a club record eight-game win streak.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has won 25 straight regular-season home games, with his last loss coming against the Jets in 2006.
The Jets have rushed for at least 100 yards every game this year, tying their longest streak to start a season in team history.
Brady hasn't thrown an interception in 199 attempts and counting, the longest streak of his career.
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has thrown at least one interception in six straight games.
Sanchez is 3-0 against the AFC East this year and hasn't thrown an interception against the division.
Brady is 12-4 against the Jets, but 1-2 since Rex Ryan took over as head coach.
The Patriots have won 15 consecutive homes games in December, with their last loss coming to the Jets in 2002.
The Patriots have not been swept in a season series since the NFL realigned divisions in 2002.