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25 November 2006

(the) J-E-T-S. Have. Weird. Fans.


If, after the last couple weeks, football mattered anymore (went 3-3, or 1-2 and 2-1, on Thursday's games; they'll be factored into the overall percentages after tomorrow's games), here's what I'd suggest people play this weekend:

Jacksonville -3 At Buffalo UNDER 35
At NY Jets -4.5 Houston UNDER 40
At Baltimore -3 Pittsburgh OVER 39
Cincinnati -3 At Cleveland UNDER 43
At Minnesota -6.5 Arizona OVER 38
At St. Louis -5.5 San Francisco UNDER 44.5
At Atlanta -3 New Orleans OVER 48
Carolina -4 At Washington OVER 36
At New England -3.5 Chicago UNDER 37
At Indianapolis -9.5 Philadelphia UNDER 44
NY Giants -3 At Tennessee UNDER 44
At San Diego -13 Oakland UNDER 43

Best bet on the spread? Well, the Rams and San Diego look pretty good, but the Jets, inexplicably in the playoff hunt, look the best, especially against a team with nothing to play for, in front of 70,000 Sulzbachs (see photo).
As for the over/unders, Baltimore/Pittsburgh strangely feels like one of those games where both teams end up in the 20s, and New England/Chicago feels like one of those games where both teams are in the teens. But here goes nothing: Cincy/Cleveland stays under.

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