Jets are 2.5 point favorites at home vs the jills.
Over -under is 39 points.
The Jets defense looks ROCK SOLID for this season, even without Coples.
Morningweg is a SOLID OC, but we are really lacking talent at WR. S-Holmes isnt 100% yet, regardless of what he says.
Geno will be good , but for now , HE IS A ROOKIE.
Too bad Sanchez's game deteriorated so tremendously because of Tony Soprano/Sparano. If this team had a QB, it could easily make the play-offs.
Doubtful Simms will see any action.
Buffs are clearly improved, especially at QB.
Huge (telling) game for the Jets.
Pick the final score and list the impact players.
Good luck to all.
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one interception at home and a bad gameas a rookie on a rainy night in Foxboro which they lost by 3 points....all those interceptions were not his fault....it's only week 2 and you pick the jets to lose at home against a team they pretty much OWN at home.....amazing the faith you have in this team.
Originally Posted by houyx
Bills are actually pretty decent this season, I'm surprised.
It will come down to which team commits the least turnovers. Geno seems to be more turnover prone than EJ. Geno will probably throw 1 more INT than EJ.
The Jets and Bills have faced one mutual opponent, both losing by 3 points to NE. Each team barely won their other game to their other opponents TB and Carolina, who are both 0-2 in the NFC south. Two games is not much of a sample but the Bills rank higher in points, yards, passing and rushing. The bad weather that the Jets faced in NE last Thursday may have skewed those stats and inflated the Jets defensive stats The Bills are without their starting corners and their safety Jarius Byrd so not surprisingly the Jets rank much higher in defense. Rex's rushing defense against the Bill's run game will be an interesting match up.
Trevor Pryce was quoted last year as saying that nobody realizes how important Mike Pettine was to the success of the Jets defense. We will see Sunday how these two stack up against each other.
I think the EJ Manuel/Stevie Johnson factor might be the difference in this game ... that and if the Jets can avoid multiple turnovers.