Thus far on the year, it seems the New York Jets are headed for a historically horrific season. The offense can’t consistently put together scoring drives, Adam Gase remains unfit to be the team’s head coach, and for the third consecutive year, quarterback Sam Darnold has missed time.
They’re 0-6 ahead of their Week 7 matchup with the division-rival Buffalo Bills, and at this moment in time, the Jets are +100000 to win the Super Bowl, +40000 to win the AFC Championship, and +50000 to win the AFC East division. They enter as 11.5-point underdogs against the Bills and are +400 on the moneyline while Buffalo is -530.
It’s uncertain when the Jets will win a game, and it doesn’t seem like it’ll occur this weekend, given the fact that the Bills are lightyears ahead of them as far as talent is concerned.
New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills Week 7 Odds
Buffalo Bills (-11.5) @ New York Jets (+11.5)
Total: O/U 46.0
Moneyline: Bills (-530), Jets (+400)
Week 7 odds are available at DraftKings Sportsbook.
The Jets are currently 11.5-point underdogs, which is certainly reasonable. Gang Green is coming off an embarrassing 24-0 loss at the hands of the Miami Dolphins. The week prior, they were blown out by Kyler Murray and the Cardinals by a score of 30-10. The Bills, on the other hand, are 4-2 and currently the No. 4 seed in the AFC as the leaders of their own division.
The total seems like it could go either way, but don’t expect the Jets to score a significant number of points regardless. Entering this game, the Jets are averaging just 12.5 points per contest, a putrid mark that sits at the bottom of the NFL.
What are the New York Jets Odds to win the Super Bowl?
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Simply speaking, I don’t expect the Jets to win the Super Bowl at all, and unless you’re the most optimistic Gang Green fan the world has ever seen, you probably don’t either. But regardless, if they somehow do achieve the Lombardi Trophy this year, you’d get a pretty good return with any of the above sportsbooks.
FOXBet has the lowest odds at +250000, while DraftKings Sportsbook and PointsBet provide the highest odds at +100000. FanDuel Sportsbook currently has the Jets odds at +200000.
What are the New York Jets Odds to win the AFC Championship?
Currently, no one possesses lower odds to win the AFC Championship than the Jets, who are +40000 on DraftKings Sportsbook. The next-lowest is +25000, a mark that actually holds a tie between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals.
What are the New York Jets Odds to win the AFC East?
It’s a definite longshot for the Jets to win the AFC East division, and the oddsmakers certainly feel the same way. The Jets are currently +50000 to win the division, with the Dolphins at +700, the New England Patriots at +225, and the Buffalo Bills favored at -200.
Needless to say, oddsmakers don’t nearly possess as much confidence in the Jets coming away with the division title as they do the other teams.
Bet the Jets to win the AFC East at +50000 with DraftKings Sportsbook.
New York Jets Super Bowl Odds Movement
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|New York Jets||+100000||+6600||+7000||+7000||+7000||+7000||+10000||+8000|
After an initial fall to +10000, the Jets Super Bowl odds rose to +7000 and then to +6600 after the NFL Draft. But now that the team has fallen to 0-6 with little-to-no hope that it’ll drastically improve, DraftKings Sportsbook has the Jets Super Bowl odds at +100000.
New York Jets Over-Under Win Total – Can the Jets win two games?
Just six weeks into the season, the current under-1.5 wins bet seems like it may indeed hit. Not many see the Jets winning two games, especially considering Sam Darnold is still nursing a shoulder injury (but is reportedly expected to play against Buffalo) and Le’Veon Bell is now out of Florham Park after his release.
Unless a shocking win streak occurs, don’t expect this over to hit whatsoever, and the Jets still need to face the Bills, Chiefs, Patriots (twice), Chargers, Raiders, Seahawks, Rams, and Browns. Each of those matchups is a potential loss.
Bet on over/under 1.5 wins at DraftKings Sportsbook here.
New York Jets Player Prop Bets
- Sam Darnold Passing Yards – O/U 3559.5 on DraftKings Sportsbook
- Sam Darnold Passing TD – O/U 22.5 on DraftKings Sportsbook
- Le’Veon Bell Rushing Yards – O/U 850.5 on DraftKings Sportsbook
- To Make Playoffs – Yes (+400), No (-560)
The over on Sam Darnold’s passing yard and passing touchdown totals are both stretches. Darnold missed the Week 5 and 6 losses to the Cardinals and Dolphins due to a shoulder injury he suffered in Week 4 but is reportedly expected to return against the Bills.
If you placed money on the over/under for Le’Veon Bell’s rushing yard total, it’s unclear what may occur. The Jets released Bell last week, but he’s since signed with the Chiefs and could surpass or come up short of that total. Sportsbooks may keep this bet in play, but there’s a chance some books might perceive and thus go about this situation differently than others.
New York Jets Odds Frequently Asked Questions
When was the last time the New York Jets won the Super Bowl?
The Jets have one Super Bowl win, in 1969. They won 16-7 over the Baltimore Colts.
Who do the New York Jets play in Week 7?
The Jets take on the Bills in Week 7 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Kickoff occurs at 1:00 p.m. ET.
Are the New York Jets favored in Week 7?
No, the Jets are 11.5-point underdogs, via DraftKings Sportsbook.
Where can I bet on the New York Jets?
Bet on the New York Jets in legal sportsbooks in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and other legal sports betting states.
What are the New York Jets Super Bowl Odds?
The Jets are +100000 to win the Super Bowl on both DraftKings Sportsbook and PointsBet but are +200000 on FanDuel Sportsbook and +250000 on FOXBet.