The Jets are 3 point favorites in their week 1 match up with divisional opponent Buffalo Bills and considering the Jets first team offense didn’t score a TD in the pre-season, it’s probably safe to say that Vegas is betting on home cooking and the Jets defense which is primed for a season of flexing their muscles. The offense on the other hand is the only question mark and the only uncertainty and even though in his last 4 games vs. the Bills, Mark Sanchez has a 4-0 record, 8 TDs, 2 INTs, he’s entering this game leading an offense that is searching for an identity, blindfolded, in a dark hole with night colored flashlights, with both hands tied behind their backs………….…you get the point. The Bills are also flexing defensive muscles of their own after adding 2 solid pass rushers in Mario Williams and Mark Anderson and considering the instability at right tackle for the Jets, it’s safe to say they’ll have their work cut out for them in containing these 2. The Bills, passing and rushing, should struggle against the Jets defensive line and revamp secondary. WR Stevie Johnson’s (groin) status is uncertain and without him, it’ll make the order that much taller for the Bill’s passing offense. I see the Jets defense and special teams (McKnight) providing the offense with short fields and the offense capitalizing on them JUST enough to squeak out a victory. Jets escape with a close win at home.
If I were placing a bet – Jets and the over