FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - The New York Jets have plenty of questions less than a week before their season opener against Buffalo.

Is the offense really that inept? Can Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow co-exist? What exactly will Tebow's role be? Has Mike Tannenbaum provided Rex Ryan with enough talent to return to the playoffs?

Always confident, Ryan says this might be his best team. Now, the Jets get to prove it.

Rookie wide receiver Stephen Hill says Monday that the attention on the team's inability to score touchdowns during the preseason was "a little strange," but he adds that now the games count and "we're looking to put on a show."

Defensive lineman Mike DeVito says the Jets always seem to be underdogs, but they thrive in these types of situations.