It's Bad Offense Versus Great Defense On Monday Night

New York Jets second worst offense in NFLMonday night, the New York Jets host the Houston Texans at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Texans come in red hot, with the team's 4-0 start serving as their best in franchise history. Houston stands as arguably the top team in the AFC, with one of their strengths being their pass defense, which is ranked third in the NFL.

On the other hand, the 2-2 Jets are a team in disarray, having already lost both star cornerback Darrelle Revis and receiver Santonio Holmes for the season.

New York's struggling offense is ranked second to last in the NFL (last in AFC), with many people clamoring for the team to replace struggling quarterback Mark Sanchez with the very polarizing Tim Tebow.

The Jets poor offense may have a difficult time moving the ball versus Houston's stout defense; however, the New Jersey based franchise does have a little history on their side, considering that they are 5-0 all-time against the Texans (entering Monday's contest).