Jets -9 over Buffalo
Every indication points to a Jets blowout in this one. Both teams are desperate for a win but Gang Green is playing for their playoff lives while the Bills have found their season circling the drain. NYJ with extra time to prep after getting plays third straight roadies after getting blown out 44-7 and 35-8 the last two weeks and this week they’ll be without Tebowed last Thursday night in Denver. The Jets have won the last three in the series by a 102-32 aggregate including a 27-11 win just three weeks ago in Orchard Park. The Bills have become instant remedy when Floyboys are struggling. Buff strongest offensive player Freddie Jackson who is lost for the season. Jets 29-13.
Cleveland at Cincinnati Under 37.5
These two have split the last three years with the Bengals winning 11 of the last 14 series meetings. Cincy triggerman Andy Dalton looking like Rook the past two weeks as he’s thrown five picks in losses to Pittsburg and Baltimore. Cleveland has gone 7-3 low in their 10 games this year and 18-12 Under in their L30 road contests. It’s easy to see why, the Brownies are avgg just 14.5 ppg on just 298 yards per game. Cleveland hasn’t cracked 14 in its L5 games. The Bengal defense will enjoy HUGE drop in class today and gave up less than 20 in five prior to facing the Bengals and Steelers.
The first go around ended up 27-17 Bengals back in Week II. These two will be hard pressed to come anywhere near that today. Play the Under.
Houston at Jacksonvillle Under 39.5
This is the first game for the Texans since the Matt Schaub foot injury so it will be Matt Leinart for Houston from here on out. Thinking that he’ll get the Alex Smith/Matt Sanchez/Tim Tebow treatment here from Gary Kubiak in his debut and that he’ll throw about 10 times in between handing it off to Foster and Tate. Jag defense has held the fort all year and will be tough to solve here. Jag offense avgg just 12.5 ppg on only 250 ypg as Blaine Gabbert continues to learn on the job. The Jags are 9-1 to the Under in games this year and you’d be hard presed to find any situation that doesn’t point to a low scoring game. Play the Under.
Seattle -3.5 over Washington
The Skins conitine to freefall. They are 0-6 (1-5 ATS) since the bye and haven’t scored a touchdown in their last two road games. Rex Grossman was a little better getting cover vs Dallas last week but his TD/INT ratio is still 8-12. Seattle’s Tavaris Jackson (7-11) isn’t much better but he’s been an effective game manager in last two backed by a Seahawk defense that has allowed just two touchdowns in their last 24 drives while causing six turnovers. Seattle is a money making 5-1 ATS vs conference opponents this year and always strong at home where they are 14-7 ATS in their L21. Expect lots of Marshawn Lynch (111 ypg L3) here as Seattle looks to wear down and already weary Redskin defense with a routine 14-point home win. Seattle 24-10.