A couple of storylines stood out heading into the Jets-Saints game Sunday.
Rex Ryan was looking to stay undefeated against his brother Rob Ryan, the Saints' defensive coordinator. Jets running back Chris Ivory got to go against his former team, which traded him during the offseason.
Both Ryan and Ivory were able to win these storylines, as the Jets grabbed an upset win 26-20.
Rob Ryan's defense allowed Ivory to run for 139 yards and a touchdown. The Jets looked much more impressive in front of the home crowd than it did a week ago in a 49-9 loss to the Bengals.
Drew Brees threw for 382 yards but tossed two interceptions and was sacked twice.
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