New York Jets NFL Football Season Win Projection

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gamblerstelevision.com Tony T here from Gamblers Television covering the NFL “Vegas Style” all season long. 2007 was a very disappointing season for the NY Jets. They finished the year 4-12 and near the bottom in passing, scoring and red zone efficiency. The quarterback position was unstable with Chad Pennington and Kellen Clemens not playing well. The team invested a great deal of money on free agent acquisitions to improve their offensive line and defense. Oddsmakers have set the NY Jets season win total at 7 ½ wins. When you handicap season win totals you must, I mean must look at the schedule. Schedule: The Jets play in the AFC East with two games home and away against New England, Buffalo and Miami. The Jets went 2-4 against the division last year sweeping Miami. It might be a little tougher pulling the sweep against Miami this season but they could win at home against Buffalo. They play all the teams from the NFC West this season but got a little unlucky having to face the worst team from that division the 49’ers on the road. They have a Monday Night game at San Diego and must travel back to host Arizona in 5 days because it will be Tuesday morning once the Jets land back in New York. They drew the AFC West with tough games against the Chargers and Broncos but the Raiders in Oakland. They will beat KC at home. Offense: There is no clear favorite as training camp approaches at the quarterback position. Neither Chad Pennington nor Kellen Clemens did enough during mini camps to win the job outright. The problem with the Jets offense is they don’t throw deep and their receivers lack size. You need a big play threat in your passing game and with Pennington and his lack of arm strength it really limits them. There is no doubt the Jets will block better for him with their upgraded line. But you still have to make the throw. Running back Thomas Jones will need to find the form he had with the Bears. The team was 26th in the NFL in total rushing yards per game posting up a 94.8 ...

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