Battle of the two green and white/greys. Jets coming off Bye Week. Eagles also coming off extended rest having played the Thursday game last week.
Doesn’t look good for the Jets fans. Who will we see at QB; Sam Darnold or Luke Falk? Does it matter? Doggy Don’t Think So.
Will likely be Luke Falk. Better for Jets in all honesty, seeing a rusty Darnold would kill even the slimmest chances at an upset on the road.
Eagles will no doubtedly carry momentum into this one coming off a huge win in Green Bay. The Dog sees them putting up 35+ in this one.
Gotta take the Eagles to cover in this one.
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New England hasn’t given up a touchdown yet this season and Luke Falk isn’t going to break that streak.
Lot of people are going to default to taking New York Jets in this one saying that 23 is just too many points to spot ATS. Doggy don’t think so. Here’s the why.
New England has gone for 30 and 43 points this season. They haven’t let opponents into the endzone either. That means that both those margins of victory would’ve covered this spread.
They’ve demonstrated that they are going to go out every game with one goal in mind; Lay It On Thick Whilst Preserving The Shutout. Mark the Jets down as the 3rd victim of The Bill Belichick Body Bag Tour of 2019.
That’s why The Dog likes the Pats ATS in this one.
People have been questioning why the Pats didn’t back off against Miami. See what Kevin Van Noy has to say about it!
The Dog doesn’t expect the Pats to buck trend and change their philosophy against an AFC East divisional opponent. Pats will take it to the Jets for 60 minutes of football and won’t be letting up until after the final whistle blows.
Belichick will be using this as another tune up game for getting Antonio Brown acclimated to the offense for when the games really matter, so I expect them to continue to try and rack up points & Lay It On Thick.
Dog goin’ over.
My fellow Dogs will bounce back from a lackluster week 1 performance and take it to the New York Football Jets in their own open air hangar and cover without a sweat. Can I get a woof woof.
No action on the O/U here – too many variables at play. Darnold is out with mono leading to a one dimensional NYJ offense that will struggle to get off the flight deck. Albeit possible, too many points out there for comfort that the Brownies need to rack up to fuel and lock in the over.
I just talked myself into the OVER. Both of these teams have something to prove and we won’t miss Darnold this week anymore than we miss the AAF.
Who has money in Bovada to go 50/50 with me?