Week 14 NFL picks: Jets vs. Jaguars

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It's not often that you see analysts line up to pick a 2-10 team, but that's what's happening for this weekend's game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets.

You know things are bad when you're favored by two against a team with a 2-10 record and nearly everyone is picking you to lose.

That's how it is right now for the New York Jets, coming into their game this weekend against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Though New York has won two of its last three, one of those wins was an ugly 7-6 battle against the Cardinals, and that loss was the now-infamous 49-19 rout at the hands of the Patriots. The doubters have crowded around New York quarterback Mark Sanchez, many even calling for him to be benched.

At CBS Sports, the feeling is almost unanimous: The Jets' struggles will continue against the lowly Jaguars. Seven out of the eight analysts there like Jacksonville, who has won just once in its last nine games. The Jaguars' most recent loss was to Buffalo and they are now last in the AFC South.

Both Jason Cole and Mike Silver have made their picks at Yahoo! Sports, and they like Jacksonville as well.

Kickoff from Jacksonville is set for 1 p.m. on Sunday.

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