New York Jets Odds

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The New York Jets are still looking to snap a playoff drought that stretches back for over a decade, but there’s hope that progress is coming this season. Robert Saleh returns as head coach after a 4-13 debut campaign, while former second overall pick Zach Wilson is aiming to take steps forward in year two of his pro career.

Futures odds are pointing to another long season as training camp continues. We’ll get our first look at the flight plan during preseason action versus the Philadelphia Eagles. The Jets will open the regular season at home in Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens. Here’s a closer look at the latest Jets betting odds and angles.

New York Jets odds: Spread, moneyline and over/under

NFL Preseason Week 1: Jets travel to Philly for preseason opener

The Jets take the short trek to the City of Brotherly Love for their preseason opener. They’ll be facing off with the Philadelphia Eagles on Friday, August 12 with kickoff at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Preseason games can be tough to read, especially for opening week. Early betting lines are pointing to the potential for a tight matchup in the opener for both teams.

  • Moneyline: The Eagles were installed as a very slight -115 home favorite at the release, but the numbers have moved to -110 on both sides.
  • Spread: New York is a 1-point underdog for a game that oddsmakers are expecting to be a toss-up.
  • Over/Under: The bar has been set low on scoring for this one as the opening total is 35.5 points.

Week 1 odds: Jets set as 6-point home dogs for opener vs. Ravens

It was another season of disappointment for a Jets team that closed out the year at 4-13. The Ravens started off last season looking like a contender, but injuries and a six-game losing streak led to a disappointing record of 8-9.

Looking ahead to this season, futures odds are pointing to Baltimore as having the potential to bounce back, while New York remains a work in progress.

  • Moneyline: As the odds currently stand, there are a whopping eleven home underdogs on the NFL Week 1 slate, including the Jets (+200). The Ravens struggled on the road last season at 3-5, while New York was just 3-6 at home.
  • Spread: The Jets opened as 4.5-point home underdogs for Week 1, but the spread has since shifted to Ravens -6. New York was 6-11 against the spread last year, while Baltimore was 8-9.
  • Over/Under: Totals for NFL Week 1 games currently range from a low of 41 to a high of 53 points. This game is in the average range at 45. The Ravens averaged 22.8 points per game last season, while the Jets notched 18.2 per contest, which was fifth-worst in the league.

New York Jets odds to win the Super Bowl

Last Updated: August 11

At the initial release of Super Bowl 57 odds, the Jets were toward the back of the pack at +10000, and the odds have since lengthened even further to +13000.

The Jets are in the bottom tier of teams when it comes to Super Bowl odds. For perspective, they’re tied with three other clubs at DraftKings, while just five other squads have worse odds. The Buffalo Bills (+600) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+700) are the current favorites to win the big game.

New York Jets futures odds for 2022-23

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You can also place your bets on how you think the Jets will fare in other categories, such as regular season win totals, the division title chase, and the season-long performance of individual players. Let’s take a look at some of the latest Jets betting odds.

Regular season win total

DraftKings Sportsbook: Over 5.5 (-175) / Under 5.5 (+145) 

After a four-win season, there’s plenty of room for improvement in New York. The win total suggests that some baby steps forward could be on the way. The current odds indicate that more bettors have wagered on the team to exceed 5.5 wins.                   

Odds to win the AFC East

BetMGM Sportsbook: +2200

In the current AFC East hierarchy, the Jets remain at the bottom. Odds boards have them projected for last place once again. The Bills (-225) are heavy favorites to win the division, followed by the Miami Dolphins (+450) and New England Patriots (+450).

Odds to win the AFC

Caesars Sportsbook: +7500

To win the conference, the Jets are the second-to-last choice at Caesars, ahead of only the Houston Texans (+12500). The Bills (+350) are the current favorites to win the AFC, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs (+500).

Zach Wilson NFL MVP odds

FanDuel Sportsbook: +10000

Wilson had a very challenging rookie season. While some improvement is possible for year two, making the leap forward to an MVP candidate is unlikely. Josh Allen (+700) is the current favorite to win the award.

Season-long player prop odds

DraftKings Sportsbook:

  • Most passing yards: Zach Wilson +6000
  • Most rushing yards: Breece Hall +5000
  • Most receiving yards: Elijah Moore +6000

Jets players are well down the charts in all three categories. There could be some more efficiency in Wilson’s second year behind center, but there’s nothing to suggest that a league leader is lurking in the New York offense.

New York Jets schedule

Week DateOpponentKickoff TimeSpreadMoneylineTotal
1Sept. 11vs. Baltimore Ravens1 p.m. ETBal. -5.5Ravens (-225), Jets (+190)45
2Sept. 18at Cleveland Browns1 p.m. ET
3Sept. 25vs. Cincinnati Bengals1 p.m. ET
4Oct. 2at Pittsburgh Steelers1 p.m. ET
5Oct. 9vs. Miami Dolphins1 p.m. ET
6Oct. 16at Green Bay Packers1 p.m. ET
7Oct. 23at Denver Broncos4:05 p.m. ET
8Oct. 30vs. New England Patriots1 p.m. ET
9Nov. 6vs. Buffalo Bills1 p.m. ET
10Nov. 13BYEBYE
11Nov. 20at New England Patriots1 p.m. ET
12Nov. 27vs. Chicago Bears1 p.m. ET
13Dec. 4at Minnesota Vikings1 p.m. ET
14Dec. 11at Buffalo Bills1 p.m. ET
15Dec. 18vs. Detroit Lions1 p.m. ET
16Dec. 22vs. Jacksonville Jaguars8:15 p.m. ET
17Jan. 1at Seattle Seahawks4:05 p.m. ET
18Jan. 7 OR Jan. 8at Miami DolphinsTBD

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As a four-win team last season, the Jets clearly have plenty of holes to fill. The team took steps toward doing so with free-agent additions that included Laken Tomlinson, DJ Reed, CJ Uzomah, and Tyler Conklin. Foley Fatukasi, Marcus Maye, and Morgan Moses are among those who signed elsewhere.

The Jets landed three picks in the first round of the NFL draft. The club selected CB Ahmad Gardner with the fourth overall pick, and followed that up by selecting WR Garrett Wilson and DE Jermaine Johnson II. In round two, the pick was RB Breece Hall. On paper, the Jets are better than they were last year, but a vast improvement seems unlikely.

Other teams in the AFC

AFC EastBuffalo BillsMiami DolphinsNew England PatriotsNY Jets
AFC NorthBaltimore RavensCincinnati BengalsCleveland BrownsPittsburgh Steelers
AFC SouthHouston TexansIndianapolis ColtsJacksonville JaguarsTennessee Titans
AFC WestDenver BroncosKansas City ChiefsLA ChargersLas Vegas Raiders

New York Jets FAQ

Will the Jets be any better this year?

The Jets could definitely improve over last year’s 4-13 record, but it’s unlikely to be a dramatic shift. The team’s current regular-season win line is at 5.5 at DraftKings.

How did the Jets do against the spread last year?  

The Jets were 6-11 against the spread last season, which was in the bottom five of the league. The team was 4-13 on the moneyline and 10-7 on the over/under.

Who did the Jets add and lose during the offseason?

The Jets were active in free agency, signing Laken Tomlinson and DJ Reed and losing Marcus Maye and Morgan Moses, among others. At the NFL draft, the team’s top picks were Ahmad Gardner, Garrett Wilson, and Jermaine Johnson II.

Who is the backup QB for the Jets?

Joe Flacco will serve as the backup for Zach Wilson once again this season. The team re-signed Flacco to a one-year deal in the offseason. Mike White, who appeared in four games for the team last year, is third on the QB depth chart.

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