NFL Week 10 | Banker of the Week Prediction & Analysis

Jason Paglia

Sunday, November 10, 2019 4:07 PM UTC

Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019 4:07 PM UTC

The New York Jets have a quarterback who sees ghosts on the field

<div><p>The first 9 weeks of the NFL season has been exciting and somewhat surprising. We have seen juggernauts from a year ago struggling thus far. We have seen teams that were average last season turn the corner to better days, and we have seen some profitable weeks, and losing weeks. I think we are finally at a point in the 2019 season where we can judge these teams on their body of work. We now turn the corner from what we thought we know, to what we actually see. So, lets make some money gentlemen.</p><p style="text-align:center"><img alt src="https://i.imgur.com/SWOgPxo.jpg" style="width:700px" /></p><h2 style="text-align:center"><strong>New York Giants vs New York Jets</strong></h2><div><p>Up until last week it was actually debatable who the worst team in New York was. That was until the New York Jets played the Miami Dolphins. Through the first 9 weeks of the year the public started saying the Miami Dolphins might be the worst team of the last 20 years. The bookie hadn’t been this down on a team in over a decade, so it was a no brainer that the Jets would beat them last week, right? WRONG.</p><p>In embarrassing fashion, the winless Miami Dolphins beat the New York Jets last weekend solidifying themselves as the worst team in New York and probably the league. There is nothing exciting about either of these offenses. The New York Jets have a quarterback that sees ghosts on the field. I wish that was a joke, but those words actually came out of his mouth. The Jets have the worst offense in the league full stop.</p><p>Not too far behind them is the New York Football Giants. The Eli Manning era is over in New York, and the Danny Dimes era has begun. The rookie quarterback came in with the fire, looking great out of the gate. Unfortunately, since then he has looked ordinary at best. Last weekend against the Cowboys, the Giants offense looked terrible. There is a reason for this, the team has 1 game breaking player. Saquon Barkley is the entire offense and If you can stack the box and stop him, the Giants offense is lost.</p><p>SO, we know both these offenses are terrible. They rank 31<sup>st</sup> and 25<sup>th</sup> in total offense. The one bright spot for the Jets has been the defense. While it hasn’t looked great the last couple weeks, they were a top 12 defense for most of the season and should be able to key on Giants running back Saquon Barkley. If that happens, the Giants will struggle to score. As for the Giants defense, they have not been good this season. They are in the bottom 1/3<sup>rd</sup> of the league in defense, but this week is different. This week they are playing the worst offense in the league.</p><p>They are playing a quarterback in Sam Darnold that sees dead people. This game SCREAMS UNDER. Usually when two bad teams play each other you would think the game goes under the majority of the time, but it doesn’t. The fact is, a game full of bad teams usually points toward the under, but I think this is a special circumstance because of how bad these two offenses are in particular. Give me the under here, I just can’t see how these two teams get over 44.5 points so Book It!!! Good Luck.</p><p><a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&amp;a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="NFL Betting Odds"><strong><em>GIANTS / JETS UNDER 44.5 at 20/21 (1.95) with Bet365</em></strong></a></p></div></div>
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