Are Jets for real? Are Falcons done?

That was unexpected. Sure, the New York Jets entered "Monday Night Football" with a better record than the host Atlanta Falcons, but ... come on. These were the Falcons, they of a 13-3 record a season ago and, you know, a real quarterback. But wait -- rookie Geno Smith and Rex Ryan's crew outplayed Matt Ryan & Co. in a 30-28 last-second win. Now Atlanta is 1-4 and really on the outside of things. The Jets? They're 3-2, and -- dare we say it? -- hanging around the (early) playoff hunt.

  • Are the Falcons (1-4) done, in terms of playoff contention?

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      72%
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      28%

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  • Are the Jets (3-2) legit playoff contenders in the AFC?

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      39%
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      61%

    Discuss (Total votes: 11,834)

  • How many games will the Jets win this season?

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      15%
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      49%
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      36%

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  • The Falcons already have surpassed last season's loss total. How many games will Atlanta lose this season?

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      32%
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      44%
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      24%

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  • What grade would you give Geno Smith so far?

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      48%
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      42%
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      4%
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  • Is Mike Smith on the hot seat?

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      64%
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      36%

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  • Will Rex Ryan coach the Jets in 2014?

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      29%
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      59%
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      12%

    Discuss (Total votes: 8,835)

  • Which is the league's most surprising 3-2 team?

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      56%
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      4%
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      35%
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      5%

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  • Which surprising 3-2 team is most for real?

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      27%
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      20%
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      22%
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      31%

    Discuss (Total votes: 23,158)

  • Which team has been more disappointing?

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      39%
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      61%

    Discuss (Total votes: 49,254)

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