Jets get a break - Ogden hurt

The Jets pass rush was non-existent against the New England Patriots, but expect that to change in Week Two against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Patriots might have the NFL's best offensive line, and that, along with perhaps stolen defensive signals, contributed to the Jets poor pass rush.

But when the Jets travel to Baltimore on Sunday, don't be shocked if they leave M-and-T Bank Stadium with an impressive sack total.

There is a good chance that the Ravens will be without All-World left tackle Jonathan Ogden, who continues to battle a dislocated big toe injury that is likely going to end his career after this season (if he makes it that long).

Ogden was forced out of the Baltimore-Cincinnati game on Monday night, due to this chronic ailment. When Ogden leaves the field, the Ravens are forced to move right tackle Adam Terry to the left side, and insert rookie Marshall Yanda at right tackle.

This will likely be the combo the Jets will face next week, and ends Shaun Ellis and Kenyon Coleman, along with outside linebackers Bryan Thomas and Victor Hobson should be able to exploit this pair.

The Ravens also are a little shaky inside with a pair of inexperienced guards in Jason Brown and Chris Chester.

So expect the Jets pass rush to take a quantum leap from Week One to Week Two.

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