2010 NFL Week 2 Predictions: NY Jets vs Patriots NFL Picks & Expert Vegas Breakdown: It’s big mouths vs. big play makers in this week 2 NFL predictions AFC East divisional showdown as the New England Patriots pay a friendly visit to their arch-rivals the New York Jets for today's 4PM NFL picks matchup in the new Meadowlands Stadium. Las Vegas NFL odds have the Patriots as -3(-120) point NFL predictions favorites. The past two NFL picks seasons the two teams have split their NFL predictions series so these familiar opponents appear to be evenly matched on paper.
Despite their big mouth comments from head coach Rex Ryan, the Jets (0-1) were pathetic offensively against the Baltimore Ravens on MNF in their 10-9 NFL predictions loss. Take a look at some of the numbers: 6 first downs, 1-11 on 3rd down, 44 total plays, and only 60 passing yards. Add in 14 penalties for 125 yards and you have one inept offensive NFL picks performance, and, that, without Ed Reed, the Ravens best defender in the secondary out with an injury. Start with quarterback Mark Sanchez. He was an awful 10-21 for a puny 74 yards passing in their last NFL picks contest. 74 yards! That is an average quarter of a NFL predictions matchup for Peyton Manning. The Jets couldn’t run the ball behind Shonn Greene, instead relying on the old legs of LaDanian Tomlinson who did well for the jets in last weeks 2010 NFL picks contest.
The entire New York Jets offense will need to do much better in today's 4PM 2010 NFL picks match-up against the Patriots, a team that is likely to put-up way more than 10 points, maybe even in the first quarter.
New England (1-0) dispatched the Cincinnati Bengals in their week 1 NFL predictions match-up with some heady defensive play masterminded by “The Mastermind” Bill Belichick, who is now his own defensive coordinator. Despite giving-up two late scores in their last NFL predictions contest, the Pats controlled the Bengals’ high-powered offense and even scored a TD of their own on an interception return. If there was a deficiency, it was in third down defense as the Patriots allowed the Bengals to convert 8 of 15 third down opportunities.
The Patriots will look to stack the line and defend the run first in today's week 2 NFL picks battle. Most likely, Belichick will opt to let Sanchez beat him and take his chances. His chances, based on last week’s performance, look pretty good.
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