Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets barely escaped with a win last weekend, but now return home for a three-game stretch against San Francisco, Houston and Indianapolis.

It sure wasn’t pretty in Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins, but a win’s a win.

The Jets needed a Nick Folk field goal in overtime to get the victory, with Rex Ryan’s team again struggling to find their feet offensively.

Mark Sanchez passed for over 300 yards and a touchdown, but he threw two interceptions and completed less than half of his pass attempts. His final rating was 58.2.

The running game (33 carries for 88 yards) was also a mess. The highlight of the offense was the play of Santonio Holmes (nine catches for 147 yards) and Jeremy Kerley, who had two grabs for 73 yards and a touchdown.

It was also a pretty good defensive effort from the Jets, who hassled Ryan Tannehill all game long. However, Darrelle Revis was lost to injury and there’s a good chance he could be lost for the rest of the season. That’s a horrific blow to the defense.

Nonetheless, MetLife Stadium was mighty kind to New York in Week 1 as they tore up the Buffalo Bills 48-28. There’s zero chance of that happening against the 49ers, who will be out for blood after getting upset by the Minnesota Vikings last weekend.

Before making your NFL picks for the game, make sure to find the best value out there. Right now the Jets are classified as three-point underdogs, but you can also lock down three-and-a-half if you shop around.

It’s interesting to see New York as the underdog here, considering they’re at home and coming of a win, while San Francisco is on the road and reeling after a shock defeat.

That goes to show you that oddsmakers are really liking the 49ers to bounce back in this spot, but can the Jets spoil the party?