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NFL Stunner: Jets Have Shot at Playoffs

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If you think the New York Jets' circus has been over-the-top in the regular season, just wait 'til the playoffs.

Wait, what?

Yes, the wretched, inexcusable, bass-ackwards, butt-fumbling Jets – the team dumped by Fireman Ed – have a shot at the postseason. And as several media outlets pointed out Monday, it doesn't take Nate Silver to figure out a feasible path to get there.

Gang Green is 6-7, one game out of the final AFC spot, so the team will likely need to win three straight after its...

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