Playoffs? Both New York Teams Would Be on the Outside Looking in Today

There’s a couple huge teams that are fighting for playoff spots, and two of them right now are on the outside looking in.

Those two teams come from New York, as the Jets and Giants are still having some big issues after week 11 losses. The Jets fell on Thursday night in Denver to Tim Tebow and the Broncos. They are 1-4 on the road, and look like a team at 5-5 that may not win more than 8-9 games.

That’s not stopping people from scooping up NY Jets tickets, but at the same time, it’s time to see just how good of a coach Rex Ryan is, and if Mark Sanchez can finally get the team headed back in the right direction.

As for the Giants, they have two huge games left with Dallas, and you can bet that Giants Cowboys tickets will be going high as fans want to see those two premiere games that are left on the slate.

The Dallas Cowboys schedule seems to favor the Tony Romo led “Americas Team,” as a win Sunday over the Redskins in OT could be a stepping stone for them to make a run at a second division title in three years.

For New York, both the Giants and Jets have work to do, and if they can’t get things turned around, they won’t be “spreadin the news” like most years in NYC when teams are in the postseason.

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