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New York Jets
The New York Jets (5-7) will play the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-10) this coming Sunday afternoon, at Everbank Field from Jacksonville, FL.
Game starts at 1:00 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Jets favorites over Jaguars.
Spread is -2.5 points.
My pick is the Jaguars.
Jets head coach Rex Ryan has named Mark Sanchez to start at quarterback this weekend which doesn't make Jets fans too happy hearing that news.
Although Mark Sanchez does give the Jets a best chance to win, even though I don't think he can lead the promise land by himself unless he had talent around him.
But if Mark Sanchez wants keep his job as the starting QB next season with the Jets. It's starts by beating the Jaguars and winning games rest of the way.
Here are the three things to do for the Jets in order to win:
(1) Mark Sanchez has to better if his team has a chance to win a ballgame because the defense won't bail him out this time around as the Jaguars have better QB in Chad Henne than the Cardinals Ryan Lindley.
(2) The Jets offense has to run the football well since the Jaguars have one of the worse rushing defense's in all of football today.
(3) Pressure Chad Henne of most of the game by getting sacks, forciing turnovers and make the Jaguars offense commit dumb penaltys as well.
Out: WR Clyde Gates (Concussion)
Doubtful: TE Dustin Keller (Ankle), DT Damon Harrison (Ankle)
Questionable: DT Sione Pouha (Back), QB Tim Tebow (Ribs), WR Stephen Hill (Knee)
Out: CB Aaron Ross (Calf), DE George Selvin (Concussion), RB Rashard Jennings (Concussion), WR Cecil Shorts (Concussion), C Michael Brewster (Hand), RB Maurice Jones-Drew (Foot)
Final score is Jaguars 24, Jets 16
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