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2013 AFC East NFL Picks

NFL Odds analyst making 2013 AFC East NFL Picks are siding with New England once again to take home the division crown.  The entire division appears to be stronger with Miami landing the most firepower in the off-season. New York and Buffalo are both trying to rebound from terrible seasons but NY has hope for a turnaround with a decent defense in place. Our NFL picks staff broke down the AFC East with our predicted order of finish. Bet on your teams NFL Odds to win the AFC East at BOVADA Sportsbook!

2013 AFC East NFL Picks

1. Patriots (5-2 NFL Odds) New England has a stranglehold on the division as long as Tom Brady is under center and Bill Bellichick is on the sidelines. As usual the Pats reloaded with a roster that appears to be better on paper than last year’s version. The defense should be improved with off-season upgrades added to a talented young group that should show continued development.

2. Miami (7-2) WR Mike Wallace was the biggest off-season signing and he should inject life into a below-average offense. Miami is tough defensively and should keep things close with any team that they play. Well-coached 2nd year QB Ryan Tannehill should continue to develop into a better than average NFL signal-caller.

3. New York Jets (12-1)  NY chose to stick with much-maligned QB Mark Sanchez despite the team’s inability to score. A defense that finished in the lower half of the league could rebound and finish near the top-10 despite losing franchise CB Darrelle Revis.

4. Buffalo Bills (13-1) Buffalo is between a rock and a hard place with either green rookie E.J. Manuel or interception prone Kevin Kolb pegged to be the starting QB. A defense has finished among the worst in the NFL will also be hard-pressed to cover up for the either QB’s flaws.


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