Jets at Patriots
New York coach Bill (Tuna) Parcells returns to Foxboro Stadium to face New England, which he shepherded to the Super Bowl just eight months ago. He has already canned the idea that the recently woebegone Jets (1-1) are still the worst team in the NFL. The recipe for Tuna Surprise: 27 new players on New York's 56-man roster; a quarterback ( Neil O'Donnell, left) who after only two games has exceeded his 1996 total in touchdown passes; and a deep receiving corps headed by Keyshawn Johnson. The 2-0 Patriots, whose coach, Pete Carroll, once held the same job with the Jets, counter with one of the AFC East's two Todd Collinses: This one is an outside linebacker who made 65 tackles in '96.
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