New York Jets versus New England Patriots NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Week 7 of the 2014 NFL regular season kicks off on October 16th with Thursday Night Football as the New England Patriots will be playing host to the New York Jets. These two AFC East rivals get things started from New England at 8:30PM Eastern Time and CBS TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side New England Patriots the -10 point wagering favorite with the total lined at 45 points.

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is going through his most challenging season. The team is off to a 1-5 start after dropping a 31-17 home decision last week to the Denver Broncos. The team sports the 32nd and worst passing offense in pro football as the team throws for 182 yards a game. They average just 16 points per game which is 30th and third worst in the NFL. Geno Smith hasn’t grasped an NFL playbook as many of his critics who followed him in college predicted. He is completing just 57% of his throws and has more interceptions than touchdown thrown this year. The Jets have been brutal to their supporters as the team is 0-5-1 against the spread this season. The last two meetings between these teams held in New England have been very close with the Patriots winning each game by a field with one of the victories coming in overtime. Back on a Monday Night on September 29th the Patriots suffered a 41-14 road defeat at Kansas City to fall to 2-2 on the year. Many had begun to predict that New England had fallen back to the pack of the AFC East. Falling back to the pack of the AFC East means you are a mediocre football team bunched with the likes of the Bills, Jets and Dolphins. The Patriots have responded from that low point with two solid wins. Two weeks ago at home to Cincinnati on Sunday Night Football the Patriots crushed the Bengals 43-17. Last week the Patriots went into Buffalo and came away with a 37-22 road victory.

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