Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
The New York Jets further established themselves as a team on the make, beating its third respectable opponent to start the season.
In yet another impressive display, the Jets handled the Tennessee Titans 24-17 at the Meadowlands.
So far, the Jets have knocked off a playoff contender, the prohibitive favorite to win the AFC East and last year's top AFC playoff seed.
Jets rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez managed the game like a seasoned veteran again, showing that his first two games weren't flukes. The first time maybe. The second time, perhaps coincidental. Three times in a row is looking typical.
Sanchez was 17 of 30 for 171 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He also scored the game's first touchdown, contorting himself over the goal line after a slick 14-yard scramble.
But if there's something to be concerned about, it's the Jets' run game.