The Jets better bring it in Detroit

The Lions are 2-5, but they will take advantage of mistakes, like they did last week

Updated: November 5, 2010, 7:18 PM ET
By Rob Parker | ESPNNewYork.com

DETROIT -- This is a warning to the New York Jets. You better come to Motown ready to play.

The Detroit Lions, drowning in a sea of losses the past decade, are still a bad football team, a team that can be beaten easily.

They are 2-5 this season, have lost an unbelievable 42 of their past 47 games in a league praised for parity, and are currently on a 24-game road losing streak.

The numbers, indeed, aren't pretty.

Still, this will be no piece of cake ...

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