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jets are exempt

 

i don't know man......ive seen teams that had waaaaay less talent and were waaaaay more poorly coached cover and/or win against better teams than this years Broncos.......

 

And how do you handicap the "Eric Decker revenge factor?".......it seems that all these WR's who face their old teams go absolutely apesh*t berserk on them ala Steve Smith and Desean jackson

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i don't know man......ive seen teams that had waaaaay less talent and were waaaaay more poorly coached cover and/or win against better teams than this years Broncos.......

 

And how do you handicap the "Eric Decker revenge factor?".......it seems that all these WR's who face their old teams go absolutely apesh*t berserk on them ala Steve Smith and Desean jackson

 

let's call it a hunch

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and then there is this............

 

 

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/10/11/jets-are-the-biggest-underdogs-of-week-six/

 

 

 

Jets are the biggest underdogs of Week Six
Posted by Mike Wilkening on October 11, 2014, 12:22 PM EDT
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If the 1-4 Jets knock off the Broncos on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, it could very well be the biggest upset of the week.

In fact, it could be the biggest upset of the year.

The Jets are currently 9.5-point home underdogs against visiting Denver (3-1). No team is presently a bigger underdog in Week Six, though Dallas is in the picture, too. The Cowboys are eight-point underdogs at Seattle on Sunday afternoon.

According to point spread database Spreadapedia, underdogs of nine points or more are winless in seven tries this season. The last underdogs of nine-plus points to win outright were the Cardinals (+9.5) and Giants (+9.5), with Arizona winning at Seattle and New York triumphing at Detroit last December.

This is is the ninth time the Jets have been underdogs of nine points or more under coach Rex Ryan, per Spreadapedia. And the Jets have been competitive in this role, posting a 6-1-1 mark against the point spread and winning outright three times. Only twice have the Jets lost by double digits as an underdog of nine-plus points under Ryan.

Two of the Jets’ biggest upsets were in the postseason, with the Jets winning at San Diego (-9) in the 2009 division round and at New England (-9.5) in the 2010 divisional playoffs. The other outright upset was at Atlanta (-10) last season.

So there is precedent for the Jets pushing a big favorite and even pulling the stunner. And if ever there was a time the Jets needed to rediscover that magic, it’s Sunday at the Meadowlands.

 

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It's funny how gambling has changed so much as the passing rules have. Once upon a time, (and not too long ago), 7.5 was a pretty big line in NFL games. By today's standards 7.5 is still substantial for a road team.

 

Stupid passing rules make every QB besides ours look like Fran Tarkenton 

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and then there is this............

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/10/11/jets-are-the-biggest-underdogs-of-week-six/

Jets are the biggest underdogs of Week Six

Posted by Mike Wilkening on October 11, 2014, 12:22 PM EDT

cd0ymzcznguwzdbhnduynddiytjhm2yyzthlmtjj

Getty Images

If the 1-4 Jets knock off the Broncos on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, it could very well be the biggest upset of the week.

In fact, it could be the biggest upset of the year.

The Jets are currently 9.5-point home underdogs against visiting Denver (3-1). No team is presently a bigger underdog in Week Six, though Dallas is in the picture, too. The Cowboys are eight-point underdogs at Seattle on Sunday afternoon.

According to point spread database Spreadapedia, underdogs of nine points or more are winless in seven tries this season. The last underdogs of nine-plus points to win outright were the Cardinals (+9.5) and Giants (+9.5), with Arizona winning at Seattle and New York triumphing at Detroit last December.

This is is the ninth time the Jets have been underdogs of nine points or more under coach Rex Ryan, per Spreadapedia. And the Jets have been competitive in this role, posting a 6-1-1 mark against the point spread and winning outright three times. Only twice have the Jets lost by double digits as an underdog of nine-plus points under Ryan.

Two of the Jets’ biggest upsets were in the postseason, with the Jets winning at San Diego (-9) in the 2009 division round and at New England (-9.5) in the 2010 divisional playoffs. The other outright upset was at Atlanta (-10) last season.

So there is precedent for the Jets pushing a big favorite and even pulling the stunner. And if ever there was a time the Jets needed to rediscover that magic, it’s Sunday at the Meadowlands.

Guarantee you this guys betting Denver

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I have never seen a team wind up covering like that. Garbage points off a pick 6 with 15 seconds to go? Dudes must have been losing their sh*t in the casinos.

 

it's key that Aqib Talib was the guy who picked it off. A more responsible defender takes a knee. Not Talib. 

 

Let's be real tho it was a miracle he wasn't safetied on the last play, which also would have covered Floyd's -8 

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