Who is the New York Jets biggest rival?

April 26, 2021 Off By idswater

Who is the New York Jets biggest rival?

New England Patriots
The Jets–Patriots rivalry is a rivalry between the New York Jets and New England Patriots of the National Football League. The teams both play in the AFC East.

Who is the Rams main rival?

The 49ers–Rams rivalry or the Battle of California is a rivalry between the San Francisco 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League.

Who are the biggest rivals in the NFL?

Easy: the Patriots. Even though the Jets have long rivalries with the Bills and Dolphins, their No. 1 nemesis is New England. Hate sells, and the two teams have a long history of acrimony involving off-the-field disputes.

Who is the biggest rival of the New Orleans Saints?

The Saints’ biggest rival has always been the Falcons, based on geography and history. They have played in the same divisions since 1970. They’ve stolen players from each other (see: Bobby Hebert, who went from New Orleans to Atlanta and then back to New Orleans).

Who are the rivals of the Baltimore Ravens?

Cornerback Jimmy Smith said last season that there might be a bigger rivalry with the Bengals because the Ravens have had a more difficult time beating them. I just think that was a backhanded shot at how Baltimore has owned Pittsburgh lately.

Who are the rivals of the Denver Broncos?

The Broncos have plenty of zest in their annual AFC West games, especially with the Chiefs and Raiders these days. But in the past eight seasons, especially in Peyton Manning’s time with the Broncos, the team that stirred the blood of the fan base the most was the Patriots.

Who are the rivals of the Atlanta Falcons?

Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints. The Atlanta Falcons’ biggest rival right now is the New Orleans Saints. They are the two teams in the NFC South that you historically consider to be offensive juggernauts.

Easy: the Patriots. Even though the Jets have long rivalries with the Bills and Dolphins, their No. 1 nemesis is New England. Hate sells, and the two teams have a long history of acrimony involving off-the-field disputes.

The Saints’ biggest rival has always been the Falcons, based on geography and history. They have played in the same divisions since 1970. They’ve stolen players from each other (see: Bobby Hebert, who went from New Orleans to Atlanta and then back to New Orleans).

Cornerback Jimmy Smith said last season that there might be a bigger rivalry with the Bengals because the Ravens have had a more difficult time beating them. I just think that was a backhanded shot at how Baltimore has owned Pittsburgh lately.