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2010 Week Three – Wk 3 NFL Regular Season Games Point Spread Odds

New England Patriots Randy Moss (R) and quarterback Tom Brady (L) sit on the bench in the final minutes of their NFL football game against the New York Jets in East Rutherford, New Jersey, September 19, 2010. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

The New England Patriots dropped a game last week to the Jets, after many thought they would win. With struggles in the secondary the defense made Mark Sanchez look good as he converted drives into touchdowns.

This week should be a different story as the Patriots return home and play the Buffalo Bills. This matchup is the biggest spread of the week as the Bills are fourteen point underdogs.

Most weeks I wouldn’t like a team to win by that much, especially in an inner division game. That said, the Bills are the worst team in football right now and the move to a new quarterback probably won’t fix their problems in the passing game.

Ravens vs Browns

The Ravens have the second biggest point spread this week as they face the Browns, and it looks like they will be missing Jake Delhomme once again. Most of the time I would like the Ravens to blow out the Browns, but they need to get it going on offense.

Look for Ray Rice to post well over 100 total yards from scrimmage and Anquan Boldin should play well also. In the end, the Ravens should breakout to a big lead in the fourth quarter.

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