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NFL: Back Jets, Bengals, Cardinals all to win in tremendous TV treble

| 04.10.2015

The NFL season enters its fourth week, and Coral continue to offer great offers for their customers. Here we tell you why you should back individual odds-on favourites New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals all to win at an enhanced 11/4 price.

New York Jets at Miami Dolphins
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New York can notch their third win of the season when they take on division rivals Miami at Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Jets look much-improved in 2015, and beating the Dolphins here would give the team its best start to a season in five years.

The turnaround has been led by a menacing Jets defensive unit which currently leads the league in least number of points allowed. They are also ranked first in the league in generating takeaways (four interceptions plus seven fumble recoveries).

None of this bodes well for a Miami offense that was battered in last week’s brutal blowout defeat to Buffalo (41-14). Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill crucially turned the ball over four times in that game (three interceptions and one lost fumble).

The Jets defense has the potential to give Tannehill plenty of problems this weekend, and could therefore cause him to produce another poor performance, which would surely spell disaster for the Dolphins’ hopes here.

Meanwhile, the Miami defense is struggling to stop the run (currently ranked second-worst in the NFL), and New York’s star running back Chris Ivory will fancy his chances of scoring his third touchdown of the season. Ivory is available at odds of 11/2 to score first.

Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals
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Undefeated Cincinnati can extend their winning run to four games at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday, with victory over a Kansas City team who are on a two-game losing streak.

The Bengals have been adept on both offense (seventh-most points scored and second-most yards gained) and defense (sixth-least points allowed) this year. With strengths on both sides of the ball, Cincinnati already look almost certain to reach the NFL playoffs for the fifth-straight season.

This week they face a Chiefs side that has given up an astonishing ten receiving touchdowns already this season, and which is ranked fourth-worst in points allowed.

The Bengals’ stellar receiving corps will as a result be confident of racking up the score. Star wide receiver AJ Green is 6/1 to grab the first touchdown on Sunday. However, he is tied with tight-end Tyler Eifert for most receiving touchdowns for Cincinnati this season.

Eifert will probably see plenty of red-zone targets, and punters may wish to consider if he represents better value here at odds of 9/1 to score first, or 5/4 in the anytime market.

St Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals
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Arizona can make it four wins on the bounce with victory here, against a St Louis side that has lost every game they have played since week one.

Sporting the NFL’s best offense (averaging 42 points per game) and its fourth-best defense (just 16.3 points allowed per game), the Cardinals may be able to lay claim to being the most complete team in the league at this time.

Their opponents the Rams have a middling defense (ranked 12th of 32 teams), but the offense led by quarterback Nick Foles is ranked a lowly 28th.

St Louis’ offense is therefore likely to be overpowered here, and will struggle to keep up with the Arizona offense led by star quarterback Carson Palmer.

Cardinals’ standout wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has been in great form, and has already recorded an excellent five receiving touchdowns in 2015. Punters can back Fitzgerald at 6/1 to catch the first touchdown on Sunday night at University Phoenix Stadium.



Paul Chambers