2015 NFL week 10
For the first time, head coach Rex Ryan will return to the Big Apple to face his former team, while the Patriots will have a chance to avenge his last two defeats in the Super Bowl.
Buffalo Bills at New York Jets
Rex Ryan was fired from the Jets after six years, but he didn’t wait too much to find a new job in the same division. The coach will try to end a streak of 14 consecutive years without playoffs in Buffalo, currently the largest in the NFL.
The Bills, who have won three straight against New York and four of the last five, are favorites to win this match in the NFL betting Odds with -1.0. They are 4-1 SU and 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings against the Jets.
Todd Bowles’ team needs to improve its air attack since it was the worst in 2014 with only 184.1 yards per game. Quarterback Geno Smith has not been the answer to their problems and in 29 games in the league he has thrown 34 interceptions.
Player to Watch: LeSean McCoy has rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and 14 touchdowns in his last two seasons, but will have a very hard test against the Jets’ defense, which last year was the fifth best in the league against the run allowing just 93.1 yards per game.
New England Patriots at New York Giants
The Patriots could be considered as the best team in NFL history if they were not defeated by the Giants twice in the Super Bowl (XLII, XLVI). New York has won the last three meetings, but only once in their history has won at home.
New England has won three of his four trips to the Big Apple, and his only loss was in 1987. Bill Belichick’s team is favorite in the NFL Odds to end their losing streak against the Blue Men at -1.5. The Patriots are 2-3 SU and 1-4 ATS in the past five of the series.
Player to watch: Wide receiver Odell Beckham was a big surprise last year with 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns. If the Giants want to keep their winning streak against the Pats, the former LSU player should have a good performance at home.
Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles
The Dolphins will be in the Lincoln Financial Field for the first time in eight years and will try to end their losing streak against Chip Kelly’s squad. Miami has lost the last three games of the series and will be looking for their first win in Philadelphia since 1993.
The Eagles are favorites to win this game at home listed -3.5. In the last five games against Miami, they are 4-1 SU and 5-0 ATS. The Dolphins were only able to score 17 points combined in the previous two games against the NFC East team.
Player to watch: In the only game of his career against Miami, quarterback Sam Bradford threw for 315 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions. The former Rams player will face one of the best defenses against the pass in 2014, they only allowed 222.3 yards per game.
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers
The Cheeseheads will seek to maintain their impressive domain over the Lions at Lambeau Field. Mike McCarthy’s team has 24 straight wins at home in the series, his last loss was in 1991, when running back Barry Sanders was still playing with the Motor City side.
The series between these two teams of the NFC North is in favor of Green Bay with 67-97-7, but they split victories last season. The Packers are favorites to win this match in the NFL betting Odds with -5.0, and in the last five games they are 3-2 SU and 3-2 ATS.
Player to watch: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is almost invincible in the Frozen Tundra and always has good performances against the Lions. In their last five home games of the series, he has thrown for 1,212 yards, eight touchdowns, and three interceptions.
Other interesting matches for this week are Houston Texans-Cincinnati Bengals (-4), New Orleans Saints-Washington Redskins (Pick’em), Kansas City Chiefs-Denver Broncos (-5.0).
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