NFL picks Week 5: Texans vs. Jets

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The undefeated Houston Texans and the New York Jets meet on Monday Night Football at MetLife Stadium.

On Monday night, the hurting New York Jets and the unbeaten Houston Texans will tangle at MetLife stadium in an AFC showdown.

New York comes in with some major injury issues. Star cornerback Darrelle Revis is already out for the season with a torn ACL, and now wide receiver Santonio Holmes may be out for the year with a foot injury, according to multiple reports.

The Jets were humbled last week, 34-0, in a home game against the San Francisco 49ers, dropping their record to 2-2. Mark Sanchez has struggled mightily and will look to bounce back against a tough Houston defense.

The Texans have been running like a well-oiled machine, leading to a 4-0 record. Houston thrashed the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, running its mark to 2-0 in the AFC South.

Over at ESPN.com, Yahoo.com and CBSsports.com, every single one of the experts picked Houston to beat Gang Green in their own back yard. At CBS, every analyst not only picked the Texans straight up, but also against the spread.

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