Week 7 Predictions: Jets at Patriots
The Jets travel to face rival New England where backup quarterback Tim Tebow may line up in the back field as a running back in Week 7 . For more coverage, visit:
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|PATRIOTS 28, JETS 14
Rex Ryan can talk all he wants, but his team doesn't have the right weapons (read: offensive firepower) to upset the Patriots.
|PATRIOTS 27, JETS 21
The Patriots are home and they need this one, not a good combination for the Jets. Sanchez did win a playoff game in Brady's backyard way back when, but he had much better skill people around him.
|PATRIOTS 31, JETS 20
The Jets will hang for a bit but the Pats will have too many weapons and will outlast Rex's squad.
|PATRIOTS 23, JETS 13
It won't be a blowout, but the Jets' offense won't be able to scrape together enough points at Foxborough. Tim Tebow at running back would be entertaining, though.
|PATRIOTS 34, JETS 24
The Patriots lost an incredibly tight game in Seattle, and won't be caught off guard at home. Expect injuries to haunt the Jets' offense.
|PATRIOTS 40, JETS 13
This game has annihilation written all over it: division lead, Rex Ryan's mouth and New England's loss to Seattle last week. It'll all be too much for the Jets to overcome.
|PATRIOTS 34, JETS 17
Last week aside, the Jets run D has been porous this year and New England finally has a strong running game. Plus, the Pats will be angry and focused after their loss in Seattle.
|PATRIOTS 24, JETS 10
Gang Green will have to find an answer on how to stop Tom Brady.
|PATRIOTS 28, JETS 14
The Pats hurry-up offense will wear down a Jets defense that tires against more conventional offenses.
|PATRIOTS 34, JETS 16
Brady and Bill Belichick after a collapse doesn't bode well for Gang Green.
|PATRIOTS 23, JETS 17
The Jets will stay close but will come up short. New York will have a chance to steal this game in the fourth quarter. Will they? I say no.
|PATRIOTS 31, JETS 28
The Patriots are not as good as some want to paint them and Jets are not as bad. Tebow at tailback. Cromartie at wide out. This is madness!
|PATRIOTS 31, JETS 17
The Pats' run D shuts down the Jets' play-action pass.
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