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New York Jets
San Francisco 49ers
The New York Jets
host the San Francisco 49ers
(2-1) Sunday afternoon, at MetLife Stadium
from East Rutherford, NJ
Game starts at 1:00 pm on FOX (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
favorites over Jets
Spread is -4 points.
My pick is the 49ers
This game will be the tougher task of the season as the Jets will take on the 49ers this coming Sunday afternoon.
San Francisco has the most scary defense in all of football and the Jets offense could be in for a rough one.
Here are the three keys for the Jets in order to win this game:
(1) No Darrelle Revis. no problem. This defense shouldn't have a issue against 49ers QB Alex Smith who is a good player, but not an elite player. They can easily stop him and force the 49ers to run the football.
(2) Gang Green's offense has to be able to move the ball or it's going to be a very long day for Mark Sanchez and company. They should get Tim Tebow more involved in this game in order to move the football down field.
(3) The special teams can make a real big difference in this game and field position will matter for both teams on Sunday. It may come down to a FG race betweek Jets K Nick Folk and 49ers K David Akers.
Doubtful: WR Stephen Hill
Questionable: TE Dustin Keller
(Hamstring), FB John Connor
(Knee), LB Bryan Thomas
(Hamstring), LB Bart Scott
(Toe), WR Patrick Turner
Questionable: WR Ted Ginn
(Ankle), RB Brandon Jacobs
(Knee), DT Issac Sopoaga
Final score is 49ers
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