NFL Picks Week 2: Jaguars Vs. Jets

The Jacksonville Jaguars head to New Jersey to take on the New York Jets. According to experts, they will be heading home with the loss.

The Jacksonville Jaguars and the New York Jets both barely eked out wins in Week 1. The Jags survived a two-point victory over the Tennessee Titans thanks to some hard running from Maurice Jones-Drew. The Jets had to come back from 14 points in the fourth quarter to take down the Dallas Cowboys.

Experts are calling this week's matchup at MetLife Stadium anything but close, however, starting with SB Nation's Andrew Sharp, who took the Jets and the 10-point spread.

Peter King agreed, predicting a 17-point win for the Jets. His only advice to the Jaguars?

Give it to MoJo 32 times ... and stay very far away from Darrelle Revis.

ESPN experts took the Jets across the board in one of eight games in which they came to a unanimous consensus. Accuscore at least took the Jags to cover, with a final score of 23.4-17.4.

Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com gave the Jags the most credit, predicting that they would stay within in three of the Jets. CBS' panel of experts joined the chorus Jacksonville naysayers, however, with another Jets' sweep.

If the sports world echo chamber is any indication, the Jaguars will be walking out of New Jersey with a loss. Though the passing game should sputter, the Jags have a chance if they can establish the running game. If not, the Jets could roll big.

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