The New York Jets (1-7) have lost seven straight games. Given their recent struggles, New York has benched quarterback, Geno Smith and gave the starting job to journeyman, Michael Vick. Smith threw three first quarter interceptions and was promptly benched. Vick played the rest of the game, but committed three turnovers in the loss. Running back Chris Ivory scored two touchdowns in the loss, but New York’s quarterback play must improve if it wants to save face during this disasterous 2014 season. Don’t expect things to get any easier when New York heads to a raucous Arrowhead Stadium.

The Kansas City Chiefs (4-3) have won two straight games, including a 34-7 victory last week against the St. Louis Rams. Running back Jamaal Charles ran for 67 yards and two touchdowns while wide receiver Dwayne Bowe caught six passes for 64 yards. Kansas City is the NFL’s third best rushing team with 140.7 rushing yards per game. Kansas City’s defense is only allowing 195.7 passing yards per game, which will present a huge issue for New York’s porous passing attack. Kansas City is 2-1 in its home games this year. 

Current NFL odds list Kansas City as 10.5 home favorites over New York. While things have been porous for New York, I’ll be happy to take double digit points. I fully expect New York to bounce back. Vick will be given all of the reps during practice and will have an opportunity to develop some chemistry with his receivers. Vick also adds a dynamic rushing element to New York’s offense. Take the Jets for your NFL picks.

Official Pick: NY Jets +10.5