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NFL Betting – Bills, Jets Get it on North of the Border

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 30 November 2009 22:16

NFL Betting – Bills vs. JetsWhile it’s not quite Florida vs Alabama odds, it’s still an occasion when AFC East rivals Buffalo and the New York Jets get together. The Bills will be the home team in this game, which will be held in Toronto, and they’re looking to avenge last year’s 16-3 loss to Miami in the Rogers Center.

Jets vs Bills betting – Thursday, December 3, 8:20 PM ET

The Jets (5-6) got a massive defensive effort in a 17-6 win at home over Carolina, picking off Jake Delhomme four times. Darrelle Revis ran one back 67 yards to the house, lending more evidence to NFL betting players that think he’s the best cover corner in the league. Mark Sanchez needed the offense simplified for him after a couple of poor outings, and he went 13-of-17 for 154 yards, but he threw another pick, and he left the game late with a knee injury. The Jets’ NFL betting odds will nosedive if Kellen Clemens ends up starting on Thursday.

The Bills (4-7) exploded for 24 points in the fourth quarter of a 31-14 win at home over Miami, led by Fred Jackson and Terrell Owens. Jackson ran for two scores in the fourth, while Owens caught a 51-yard touchdown from Ryan Fitzpatrick, who was 17-of-26 for 246 yards, one touchdown and a pick. The Bills’ defense also forced four turnovers, and another performance like that would reward anyone who puts Buffalo in their NFL picks.

NFL betting odds in your online sportsbook favor the Jets by three points in this contest, but they’ve lost six of their last 10 overall against the Bills, they pulled off a 16-13 overtime win in New York in Week 6. The Bills allowed 318 yards on the ground, including 210 to Thomas Jones, but they also picked off Sanchez five times. They’ll need to get pressure on Sanchez to force more turnovers, and offensively, they have to find a way to keep Owens away from Revis. A productive Owens gives the Bills a boost, and with Jackson pounding the New York defense, they should have enough in the tank on Thursday.

Betting picks: Buffalo +3

 
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