The 49ers declining a late penalty gave Seahawks backers a close ATS win Thursday.
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1* Take New York (#112)
The Browns are 1-8 since Brian Hoyer got hurt, suffering yet another heartbreak in a season full of them in last week’s loss to the Bears; their fifth consecutive defeat.
Despite scoring two defensive touchdowns, and entering the fourth quarter with the lead for the third straight week, the Browns defense wilted during crunch time and their offense couldn’t move the football when it mattered most.
The Browns haven’t won on the road since their Week 3 victory at Minnesota, and they’re priced here as a team that likely needs to win the game in order to cover the pointspread. To make matters even worse, the injury bug continues to bite, leaving pro bowl CB Joe Haden, #2 pass catching weapon Jordan Cameron and offensive guard John Greco all questionable (at best) to suit up on Sunday.
Yes, the Jets have been eliminated from playoff contention following Baltimore’s win on Monday Night. But this Geno Smith quote speaks volumes about their desire to close out the season on a positive note and potentially save Rex Ryan’s job: “We're going out there and playing for Rex because he's our head coach and we want to play hard for him and we want to win games for him. He coaches us hard, he puts the time and effort in and he deserves for our team to go out and that's what we do every single week. I love Rex.”
The Jets offense has shown signs of life over the past two weeks, hanging 57 points on Carolina and Oakland. They’ve been a strong ‘home/road dichotomy’ team all year, 5-2 SU and ATS playing at MetLife Stadium, compared to their 1-6 SU, 2-4-1 ATS mark on the highway. I expect a victory in their home finale. Take the New York Jets.
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