1. Will Sanchez go back to Keller?
Fresh off Sunday’s performance against New England, where he had seven catches for 115 yards and a TD, expect to see more Dustin Keller this week.
The tight end became a favorite target of Mark Sanchez in the second half of last season and after some Week 1 struggles, he found gaps in the Patriots’ second level.
With Tuesday’s DWI arrest affecting Braylon Edwards’ playing time, Keller might get the call early and often to help carry the load.
2. Can Henne dominate a D that’s without Revis?
Last time these two teams met in Miami, the Dolphins scored 21 points in the fourth quarter for a 31-27 win.
Miami quarterback Chad Henne spearheaded an attack that churned out 413 yards of total offense, an onslaught more reminiscent of the glory days of “The U” then methodical Dolphins football.
“I thought we were playing Dan Marino,” Jets coach Rex Ryan said of Henne. “The next game, I thought we did a much better job against him.”
In that game, the Jets came after him with six sacks but still lost. Expect more of the same here, as Henne completed just nine passes last week.
3. Will the distractions simply be too much?
Given the distractions of the past two weeks, from TV Azteca-gate last weekend to Edwards’ DWI arrest earlier this week, it has been a strenuous start to the season for a team that just beat its biggest rival in Week 2.
That win and preparation for Miami should have been the Jets’ focus this week, but it hasn’t been. It wasn’t until Thursday that the team really started talking about how good this 2-0 Miami team has been playing.
“This affects the whole building, situations like this,” said Darrelle Revis, who won’t be playing.