Two words: Kris Jenkins Few people understand just how important the Jets' nose tackle was in terms of anchoring their run defense. It was a huge loss for them when he went out in Week 1 with a torn ACL, just as it was last year, when he went out in Week 6 (also with a torn ACL). Their run defense instantaneously went from elite to above average at best. Now here's the kicker: Last year, when we played the Jets at home in Week 5, we rushed for 151 yards. And that was before Kris Jenkins went out for the season Granted, they shut our running game down effectively when we played them again in NY later in the season, but I am convinced that Miami's running game will be charged up by the home crowd on Sunday night. If that happens, and Henne continues to manage the game effectively (or repeat his 241 yard, 2 TD performance from last year) and the defense continues to play at the ridiculous level they have been thus far, Miami could be in a position to blow the Jets out on Sunday night. Not saying that it will be a blowout, but with Jenkins out, I'm convinced that our running game will put us in a great position to win.