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MNF Betting News and Notes 12/17

MNF Betting News and Notes 12/17

NY JETS (6 - 7) at TENNESSEE (4 - 9)

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TENNESSEE is 2-9 ATS (-7.9 Units) as a favorite over the last 2 seasons.

Head-to-Head Series History
There were no past matchups in this series during this time period.

NY Jets are 2-4 ATS in their last 6 games
The total has gone UNDER in 7 of the NY Jets last 9 games when playing on the road against Tennessee
Tennessee is 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games when playing NY Jets
Tennessee is 1-5 SU in their last 6 games when playing NY Jets

NY Jets at Tennessee
NY Jets: 12-2 Over off an Under
Tennessee: 2-9 ATS as a favorite

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Monday Night Football: Jets at Titans

New York Jets at Tennessee Titans (-1, 42)

The New York Jets remain an unlikely contender for a postseason spot and will seek their third straight victory when they visit the Tennessee Titans on Monday night. Despite an offense that remains in shambles, New York has posted back-to-back victories over the Arizona Cardinals and Jacksonville Jaguars - teams with a combined one win in the last nine games - to stay within striking distance of the No. 6 seed in the AFC. The Titans are the latest struggling opponent for the Jets, having lost three straight and five of six. Tennessee has issues on both sides of the ball, with the defense surrendering at least 30 points in seven of the first nine games and the offense having bogged down since quarterback Jake Locker returned from injury.

LINE: Titans -1, O/U 42

WEATHER: Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the mid-50s with partly cloudy skies. Winds will blow out of the west at 8 mph.

ABOUT THE JETS (6-7): With Mark Sanchez continuing to flounder, New York finally reverted to its preseason promise of a ground-and-pound attack in last week's 17-10 win at Jacksonville. Bilal Powell rushed for 78 yards and a TD on 19 carries and Shonn Greene had 77 yards and a score on 20 rushes. That allowed coach Rex Ryan to keep the ball out of the hands of Sanchez, who threw for only 111 yards after being benched the previous week in favor of third-stringer Greg McIlroy. New York's receiving corps has been decimated by injuries, leading to the decision to bring back well-traveled veteran Braylon Edwards earlier this week. The Jets' defense has permitted a combined 16 points in the last two games after getting shredded for 49 by New England on Thanksgiving night.

ABOUT THE TITANS (4-9): Locker missed five games earlier in the season due to injury and he has shown little progression since returning to the lineup. The second-year QB has thrown seven interceptions in the past three games, including one from his own end zone that helped wipe out Tennessee's 13-point halftime lead against Indianapolis a week ago. Despite his struggles - among the reasons for the dismissal of offensive coordinator Chris Palmer - the Titans are not shy about having Locker air it out. He's attempted an average of 40 passes in the last three games, and they are not coming when the team is forced to play catch-up. Running back Chris Johnson has rushed for 1,000 yards for five straight seasons, but he is averaging only 3.3 yards per carry in the last three games.


* Jets are 4-1 ATS in their last five road games.
* Titans are 1-5 ATS in their last six games overall.
* Jets are 6-0 ATS in their last six meetings.
* Under is 6-0-1 in Titans’ last seven games vs. a team with a losing record.


1. Tennessee has won four of its last five Monday night games.

2. Edwards was claimed off waivers from Seattle this week despite posting on his Twitter account that New York's management was "idiots" for the way Sanchez has been utilized.

3. Titans TE Jared Cook, the team's second-leading receiver, is done for the season after suffering a torn rotator cuff in last week's game.

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NFL Week 15

Jets (6-7) @ Titans (5-8) —
As bad as the Jets have been, as awful as their QB play has been, they close with Titans-Chargers-Bills; its not impossible they could still make playoffs. Go figure. Gang Green won three of last four games, allowing 13 or less points in all three wins; they’re 3-3 on road, losing at Pitt-Foxboro-Seattle. Tennessee lost four of last six games, as young QB Locker gets experience; he’s kind of a right-handed Tebow, athletic as hell, not an accurate passer. Titans are 2-4 at home, with both wins by a FG (Lions/Steelers). Jets ran ball for 177-166 yards last two games, as they try to take pressure off Sanchez, who has horrible set of WRs; expect more of same here. Jets won five of last six series games, winning three of four here, but last of those was in ’08. AFC East road underdogs are 5-7 vs spread; AFC South home favorites are 5-1. Did you know before the Jets were the Jets, they were the New York Titans?

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NFL Poolies Betting Cheat Sheet: Week 15

New York Jets at Tennessee Titans (-1, 41)

The Jets have posted ugly back-to-back wins, totaling 559 yards of offense over the last two games. Mark Sanchez continues to struggle, passing for just 208 yards with three interceptions during the win streak. The Titans, who have dropped three straight, were dealt a blow last Sunday when TE Jared Cook was lost for the year with a torn right rotator cuff. Cook is second on the team in receptions (44) and third in yards (523). The Jets are 6-0 ATS in their last six meetings.

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MNF - Jets at Titans
By Kevin Rogers

The final Monday night game of the season takes place in Nashville with Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve on tap the next two Mondays. The Titans don't have much to play for except pride, but the boisterous Jets are still hanging around in the AFC playoff race. New York is coming off consecutive wins over Arizona and Jacksonville, while facing three below .500 teams in the final three weeks of the season.

The Jets were 4-7 following a Thanksgiving night massacre against the Patriots, falling 49-19 at home. However, Rex Ryan's team bounced back the next week with a grind-it-out 7-6 victory over the struggling Cardinals. New York put together another win last Sunday at Jacksonville, a 17-10 triumph to cash as three-point road favorites to improve to 6-7. Mark Sanchez threw for just 111 yards one game after getting pulled against Arizona, but the former USC standout didn't throw an interception in Jacksonville.

Tennessee showed some flashes of brilliance earlier this season with outright underdog victories over Pittsburgh and Buffalo in October. However, the Titans have gone backwards by losing five of their last six, while covering just once in this stretch. The latest setback came at Indianapolis, the second time the Titans have thrown away a late lead against the Colts.

Mike Munchak's team lost its third consecutive game to a division rival in a three-week span, a 27-23 defeat to the Colts as 3½-point underdogs. This game opened with the Colts as 5½-point 'chalk,' but sharp money came in on Tennessee late in the week, as those who bet the Titans on gameday missed out on a winner. Tennessee led Indianapolis, 20-7 at halftime, but the Colts picked up a pair of third quarter touchdowns in a three-minute span to take the advantage. The Colts received two late Adam Vinatieri field goals to push the contest 'over' the total of 47, the first 'over' in the last four games for the Titans.

New York has been a very up and down team away from Met Life Stadium with a 3-3 SU and 4-2 ATS record. The Jets lost by double-digits at Pittsburgh and Seattle, while getting squeezed in overtime at New England. However, New York picked up an overtime victory at Miami and a convincing rout of St. Louis prior to the win at Jacksonville. The total has been hard to gauge on the road for the Jets, going 3-3 to the 'over.'

Since beating the Steelers with a last-second field goal in Week 6, the Titans have dropped three consecutive games at LP Field. Tennessee has been outscored, 75-30 in the two home defeats to Chicago and Houston, while posting a 2-4 ATS home record this season.

The last time the Jets and Titans hooked up came in Week 3 of 2009 at Met Life Stadium. New York grabbed a 24-17 win as one-point favorites, as Sanchez threw two touchdown passes while running in another score. The Jets have won four of the last five meetings since 2003, while winning the last visit to Nashville with Brett Favre under center in 2008.

Tennessee is hosting Monday night football for the first time since 2008 when the Titans topped the Colts, 31-21 as four-point favorites. The Titans own a three-game winning streak on Mondays over the last five seasons, including a 30-3 rout at Jacksonville in 2010. The Jets are just 2-4 on Mondays during Ryan's tenure, which includes a home loss to the Texans in Week 5, but New York cashed as 9½-point 'dogs.

Heading into this final Monday nighter of the season, favorites put together a 10-5 SU and 7-8 ATS record, as the 'chalk' have won and covered five of the last seven times. The 'under' hit in nine of 15 Monday night contests, but the 'over' is 3-1 the past four weeks.

The Titans are listed as 1½-point favorites at most outlets, while several 2's are hanging out. The total is set at 41½, but will likely jump to at least 42 at gametime. Things get going at LP Field at 8:30 PM EST and can be seen nationally on ESPN.

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