The Indianapolis Colts travel to New York to play the Jets on Sunday, and it's a case of two teams headed in opposite directions.
First, you have the Colts, who upset the Green Bay Packers in dramatic fashion on Sunday, while the Jets lost to the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football and appear to be absolutely lost on the offensive side of the ball.
The young Colts are building confidence, while the hapless Jets are wondering how to deal with key injuries on both sides of the football.
Maybe these selections should be about whether or not the experts think Tim Tebow will take snaps under center Sunday, and replace Mark Sanchez... but I digress.
With the Jets at home, playing against a young team (without their starting running back Donald Brown), they're a natural, possibly safer selection. But if the Colts pull off a second upset in as many weeks, you'd best believe the championing of Andrew Luck and the boo birds for Sanchez will intensify.