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Five teams that will secure victories in the NFL this weekend

01 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Five teams that will secure victories in the NFL this weekend

High-flying Jets to see off the Dolphins at Wembley among our top picks...

20/27 – New York Jets to beat the Miami Dolphins

Todd Bowles has surprised everyone with how well his Jets team have started, especially on offence, and their strong form is set continue when they touch down at Wembley this weekend.

The Miami Dolphins look lost, with nothing really positive on either side of the ball and while a trip away from Florida might help, they are in for an unforgiving game.

The Jets defence has allowed the least amount of points on average over the first three games and the Dolphins have averaged less than 20 points per game, so expect another nail in Joe Philbin’s coffin under the arch on Sunday.

5/8 – Carolina Panthers to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Panthers have been very successful in the first few weeks of the season, and that’s mainly down to quarterback Cam Newton.

Without much of a supporting cast of wide receivers, the former first overall pick has thrown five touchdowns in three consecutive wins so far in the campaign.

The Bucs are getting better. A growing team but against the second-best defence in the league, this one’s a bridge too far.

20/39 – Cincinnati Bengals to beat the Kansas City Chiefs

The Cincinnati Bengals have been overlooked this year in the AFC North for the more prestigious Steelers and Ravens, but this unit will be a force come playoff time.

Andy Dalton has finally looked like a quality quarterback, they have plenty of offensive weapons and a good solid defence that gives nothing away.

Alex Smith threw a touchdown to a wide receiver for the first time in almost two years last week, but another tricky match-up for the Chiefs will see them slip to 1-3.

20/53 – Buffalo Bills to beat the New York Giants

Rex Ryan personifies this Bills team. They don’t care that they are a big bully and they will smash you in the mouth.

That won’t sit well with the pretty passing of the New York Giants, who only just beat Washington last Thursday night and can expect a bit of a pounding in Buffalo.

Tyrod Taylor has impressed and the whole team stomped all over Miami last week. They’ll be ready to dish out another beating this Sunday against Eli Manning and the Giants.

5/8 – Oakland Raiders to beat the Chicago Bears

There is no denying Jack Del Rio has done a great job with a young set of players that are growing in confidence by beating some of the softer teams on their schedule.

At the moment, they don’t get too much softer than the Chicago Bears. Their average quarterback is injured, they can’t seem to get any offence going other than Matt Forte and you can throw a blanket over their defence.

Expect Derek Carr to give his Raiders team another morale boost for tougher tests to come and for Oakland to really spring a surprise by starting 3-1.

A £10 bet on the five-fold accumulator returns £95.79

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