Turn On The Jets 12 Pack – Jets vs. Giants, Week 10 2019

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1 – Sam Darnold will throw for 270 yards and 2 touchdowns. He will be sacked three times and have at least one turnover.

2 –Daniel Jones will throw for 250 yards, rush for 45 yards and score 3 touchdowns. He will have at least one turnover and be sacked twice.

3 – Saquon Barkley will have 110 total yards and a touchdown. Le’Veon Bell will have 90 total yards and a touchdown.

4 – Robby Anderson will have 70 yards and a touchdown. Jamison Crowder will have at least 4 receptions.

5 – Darius Slayton will have at least 60 yards receiving and a touchdown for the Giants.

6 – The Jets will attempt some type of trick play either on offense or special teams.

7 – Jamal Adams will not have any impact plays and be culpable for another touchdown.

8 – Jordan Jenkins will record a sack for the second week in a row.

9 – Sam Ficken will go 3/4 on field goal attempts.

10 – Leonard Williams will have a sack (of course). Quinnen Williams will not have a sack.

11 – Jets inactives: CJ Mosley, Ryan Kalil, Neville Hewitt, Daryl Roberts, Josh Adams, Paul Worrilow, Brandon Shell

12 – The Giants will win and cover the 2.5 spread against the zombie Jets with a 27-23 victory in front of a stadium that is 70% Giants fans.

Season Record (W/L) 5-3

Season Record (ATS) 3-5

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Author: Joe Caporoso

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