NY Jets at New England Patriots 9/12/13 - Free NFL Picks, Odds, Trends, & Predictions
NFL: 8:00 PM EST September 12, 2013 TV: NFLN
Week 2 starts with AFC East rivalry game as the New York Jets travel to Gillete Stadium in Foxboro, MA to face the New England Patriots. Recent history has been on the side of New England, head to head Pats went 2-0 straight up in 2012 and 1-1 ATS. Last time out the Jets were domintaed by the Patriots 49-19, including the famous Butt Fumble by Mark Sanchez.
While the New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan might get some satisfaction from charting on the hype meter, the results are what matters. They managed to win 3 of their preseason games and took a close win in Week 1 over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 18-17. However, this week these guys are heading to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. Things are different up in New England, both these teams will be looking to stay sharp against one another.
New England's first game resulted in a Patriot's victory over the Buffalo Bills in a close one in Buffalo, 23-21. Coach Belichick does not want close scores but he will take the win. Tom Brady is an old pro of the 4th quarter, this being his 36th time he secured a win from a tie or to come from behind during his career. Buffalo really came out of no where with a whole new scheme that seemed to have taken the Patriots by surprise.
Recent Betting Trends:
Over is 8-2 in Patriots last 10 games in September.
NYJ are 3-1 ATS in last 4 games in Foxboro
Patriots are 2-3 ATS in last 5 games overall
Jets are 2-4 ATS in last 5 games overall
Free Betting Pick: NY Jets +13
Just can't suggest laying this big of number in the NFL, week 1 of NFL the double digit favorites were 2-0 ATS. Jets won outright as dog in week 1, familiar game plan for Coach Rex Ryan as the Jets rebuilt their defense and its as good as ever. Pats defense couldn't stop the Bills rookie QB Manuel in week 1 and think fellow rookie QB Geno Smith will produce similar results. New England pulls out ugly win as Tom Brady does just enough, final score prediction, New England wins 24-16.