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3 Reasons the Jets Will Upset the Bengals in Week 3

By Joe Summers
Garrett Wilson caught two TDs in the Jets' win over Cleveland in Week 2
Garrett Wilson caught two TDs in the Jets' win over Cleveland in Week 2 / Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
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3 Reasons the Jets Will Upset the Bengals

Advantage in the Trenches

Joe Burrow's biggest weakness is he holds the ball too long and takes too many sacks. That problem can be masked with a good offensive line, but the issue snowballs into disaster when you've got perhaps the worst line in the NFL.

It's especially hard to mask that weakness against a stellar defensive front, which the Jets have. Quinnen Williams is one of the NFL's best interior linemen and should frequently blow up Bengals' plays before they can even start. Burrow has been sacked 13 times already, and New York should add to that total with a strong effort.

Offensive Playmakers

Garrett Wilson introduced himself to the world with eight catches for 102 yards and two TDs against the Browns, and his emergence gives the Jets a playmaking core that rivals any in the NFL.

Elijah Moore looked like a budding star himself as a rookie, while Corey Davis is an excellent field-stretching option. Throw in Michael Carter Jr. and Breece Hall in the backfield, and New York's excellent skill position group should confuse a Bengals defense that struggled to contain Dallas.

Bengals' Struggles Against AFC East

Even though it's only one timezone away, Cincinnati has significant issues traveling to the east coast, apparently. The Bengals lost each of their last five road games against AFC East opponents, including a thrilling 34-31 Jets win last season.

In the Bengals' last 14 games traveling to an AFC East team, they're 2-11-1 against the spread. Something within the organization just can't hang against this division, and the Jets are primed to take advantage with a marquee upset victory.

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