If you're a sports fan, then you've probably heard about the ratings dip the NFL has faced over the past year.

Many have debated the causes.

While there could be any number of reasons why the ratings are falling, I think we can all agree that the league is going to want to feature their very best teams for prime time television.

Example: Last night's Sunday Night Football game between New England and Seattle drew huge numbers.

Okay, so the Jets haven't played their best this season. Sunday's 9-6 loss to the Rams was downright ugly to watch. But you think they could still squeeze their way on to the November 27 Sunday night game with the Patriots?

After all, New York is the nation's largest market, so there's got to be an audience who'll tune in, right?


The National Football League has moved the game up to 4:25 p.m., and will feature Kansas City and Denver instead.

Even New England with Tom Brady - one of the most recognized quarterbacks in league history couldn't save this one.

Yes, the Jets are unfortunately that bad this year.