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Kathy Willens, Associated Press
New York Jets' Shonn Greene gets his hand on the ball before running out of bounds during the second quarter of the NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011, in East Rutherford, N.J.

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Slow starts are a thing of the past for the suddenly clicking New York Jets.

Mark Sanchez and the once-struggling offense have become an efficient group that has gotten on the scoreboard early during the Jets' three-game winning streak. And, they've done it against some pretty good defenses. Here comes another one this Sunday in the Philadelphia Eagles, who are coming off a nine-sack performance against Miami.

Sanchez says the Eagles (5-8) have "some of the best players I've seen all year on tape," so the Jets (8-5) know better than to take them lightly.

But New York is in a groove offensively, with its 13 touchdowns in the last three games tied with Green Bay, New Orleans and New England for the most in the NFL during that span.