Keys to victory, Offense:
Quarterback Carson Palmer has passed concussion protocol and will make his return to the starting lineup. With extra days rest, he should have a fairly good showing against the Jets 31st ranked pass defense.
Right guard Evan Mathis is on injured reserve and left guard Mike Iupati will be a game time decision. Earl Watford will start in place of Mathis and John Wetzel will fill in for Iupati if needed. The entire offensive line will need to hold its own against the Jets pass rush in order to give the Palmer enough time to make the right throw.
Larry Fitzgerald will most likely get attention from Darrelle Revis, so the rest of the receivers will need to step their game up significantly. Michael Floyd has struggled this season and a weak Jets defense will be a great place to get his groove back. John Brown also needs to create separation as the Cardinals have been unable to connect on the home run balls.
Ultimately, a majority of the offensive load could fall on David Johnson. Johnson, who leads the league in rushing heading into Week 6, could have a tough time on the ground as the Jets boast a second ranked run defense. However, Johnson is still valuable in the passing game, especially if the wideouts continue to struggle.