NFL Thursday: Bills vs Jets - Analyst Pick

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New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills: TNF Analyst Pick

The New York Jets host the Buffalo Bills Thursday night in an important AFC East matchup that has potential playoff implications. Buffalo is just a half-game behind the New England Patriots, heading into their Week 9 matchup as 3-point favorites.

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Vegas Odds
Both the spread and the total have moved just a half-point since opening at -3.5 and 42, respectively.

Betting Line: Buffalo Bills -3
Total: 42.5

Betting Trends
• The Bills are 4-0 straight up (SU) and 3-0-1 against the spread (ATS) this season when they rush for more than 100 yards as a team.
• The Bills are 4-1 SU in their last 5 games.

What to Watch For

The Jets -- on average -- give up 128.3 yards per game on the ground, ranking No. 28 in the league. The Bills are averaging 124.6 rushing yards per game.

Buffalo is projected to get at least 173 yards on the ground Thursday.

The Jets average 329.6 total yards per game, with the majority of it coming through the air courtesy of QB Josh McCown. He’s thrown for 1,840 yards, 12 TDS and 7 INTs this season.

McCown is projected to finish Thursday's game with 240 yards 1 TD and 1 INT.

Analyst's Pick
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