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Next Jets Game

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@ New York Giants
New York
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Sat 8/1411:30 PM

Giants vs Jets Odds

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SpreadTotalMoneyline
NYG
-1.5
-110
u34.5
-105
-123
NYJ
+1.5
-110
o34.5
-116
+105

Jets Injuries

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  • Lamarcus Joyner

    SAF

    Lamarcus Joyner (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Sheldon Rankins

    DT

    Sheldon Rankins (Thumb) is out this week.

    Out

  • Sam Ficken

    K

    Sam Ficken (Groin) is out this week.

    Out

  • Justin Hardee

    CB

    Justin Hardee (Groin) is out this week.

    Out

  • Bless Austin

    CB

    Blessuan Austin (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • La'Mical Perine

    RB

    Lamical Perine (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • Javelin Guidry

    CB

    Javelin Guidry (Hamstring) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

Jets 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 27thPHI----
Aug 21st@GB----
Aug 14th@NYG-+1.534.5+105

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBSam DarnoldMichael WhiteJoe Flacco
RBFrank GoreLamical Perine
WRBreshad PerrimanDenzel MimsJosh Malone
WRChris Hogan
TEChris HerndonRyan GriffinTrevon Wesco
LTMekhi BectonChuma Edoga
LGAlex Lewis
CConnor McGovernJosh Andrews
RGGregory Van RotenConor McDermott
RTGeorge Fant
PBraden Mann
PRJamison Crowder
KRBraxton BerriosAshtyn Davis
LSThomas Hennessy
OLBJordan JenkinsFrankie Luvu
ILBNeville HewittHarvey Langi
KSam Ficken
CBBlessuan AustinBrian PooleArthur Maulet
DLHenry AndersonKyle PhillipsBryce Huff
SBradley McDougald
SMarcus MayeMatthias Farley
OLBTarell Basham
DLQuinnen WilliamsNathan ShepherdJohn Franklin
ILBBlake Cashman
DLFolorunso Fatukasi

New York Jets Player Stats

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New York Jets

It was a season to forget for the Jets, as New York finished the year with just two lowly wins. Things weren't any better from a betting perspective, either, as the Jets covered the spread in just 37.5% of their games -- tied for second worst in the league.

But things are looking up for the historic franchise, which just invested the second overall pick in the 2021 draft in BYU phenom QB Zach Wilson, who will likely take the reins sooner than later. See all of the Jets odds above, as well as their full schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) record, key injuries and more.

New York Jets Point Spreads

The Jets had higher hopes than they finished with last year, but alas things didn't work out with QB Sam Darnold, and New York finished the year as one of the worst betting teams ATS. Spread bets are the most popular bets in the U.S., and they're essentially just wagers on how much a team will win or lose by.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Jets game:

  • Jets +5.5 (-110)
  • Dolphins -5.5 (-110)

The Jets in this situation are the underdogs, which you can tell by the plus sign (+), whereas the Dolphins are the favorites, indicated by the minus sign (-). You might hear the Jets are "getting" 5.5 points, which means a Jets spread bet would win if they beat the Dolphins outright or lose by five or fewer points. If Miami won by six or more points, the Jets spread bet would lose.

Jets Over/Unders

The Jets offense last year wasn't exactly running on all cylinders last year, and as a result the "under" in their games hit 56.2% of the time. Over/under, or total, bets have nothing to do with which team wins the game or by how much. Rather, they're simply wagers on how many points end up on the scoreboard.

Say the Jets vs. Patriots game has a total of 41 points: You can bet the over or under at a sportsbook, and you'd win or lose based on that number. An over bet would cash at 42 or more combined points, whereas an under would pay out on 40 or fewer points. If the game landed on exactly 41 points, it would be a "push" and all bets would be refunded.

New York Jets Moneylines

The Jets didn't win many games last season, which means their moneyline bets didn't cash very often either. Moneyline wagers, as opposed to spread bets, are all about which team wins the game, regardless of the margin.

Here's an example: If the Jets moneyline was +250 against the Buffalo Bills, that means a $10 bet would pay out $25 if the Jets won. You'd get back $35 in total, given that you'd also get back your $10 wager on top of the profit. Favorites can be read the opposite way: If the Jets moneyline was -250, you'd have to wager $25 to win $10.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Jets Props

If you think Jets rookie QB Zach Wilson is going to hit the ground running, you can bet on that -- literally. Player props are bets on a statistical category of a single player, kind of like fantasy football. Some Jets props this season will include Wilson to rush over/under a set yardage or Corey Davis to have over/under a certain amount of receiving yards.

New York Jets Futures

Futures bets are vast, as they include pretty much every end-of-season outcome, like which player will win MVP, which team will win the Super Bowl, and more. Some interesting Jets futures this year might include Wilson to win Offensive Rookie of the Year or the Jets to make/miss the playoffs.

Next Jets Game

Game Details
@ New York Giants
New York
location pin
Sat 8/1411:30 PM

Giants vs Jets Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
NYG
-1.5
-110
u34.5
-105
-123
NYJ
+1.5
-110
o34.5
-116
+105

Jets Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Lamarcus Joyner

    SAF

    Lamarcus Joyner (Thigh) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Sheldon Rankins

    DT

    Sheldon Rankins (Thumb) is out this week.

    Out

  • Sam Ficken

    K

    Sam Ficken (Groin) is out this week.

    Out

  • Justin Hardee

    CB

    Justin Hardee (Groin) is out this week.

    Out

  • Bless Austin

    CB

    Blessuan Austin (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • La'Mical Perine

    RB

    Lamical Perine (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • Javelin Guidry

    CB

    Javelin Guidry (Hamstring) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

Best Jets Betting Sites

New York Jets

It was a season to forget for the Jets, as New York finished the year with just two lowly wins. Things weren't any better from a betting perspective, either, as the Jets covered the spread in just 37.5% of their games -- tied for second worst in the league.

But things are looking up for the historic franchise, which just invested the second overall pick in the 2021 draft in BYU phenom QB Zach Wilson, who will likely take the reins sooner than later. See all of the Jets odds above, as well as their full schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) record, key injuries and more.

New York Jets Point Spreads

The Jets had higher hopes than they finished with last year, but alas things didn't work out with QB Sam Darnold, and New York finished the year as one of the worst betting teams ATS. Spread bets are the most popular bets in the U.S., and they're essentially just wagers on how much a team will win or lose by.

Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Jets game:

  • Jets +5.5 (-110)
  • Dolphins -5.5 (-110)

The Jets in this situation are the underdogs, which you can tell by the plus sign (+), whereas the Dolphins are the favorites, indicated by the minus sign (-). You might hear the Jets are "getting" 5.5 points, which means a Jets spread bet would win if they beat the Dolphins outright or lose by five or fewer points. If Miami won by six or more points, the Jets spread bet would lose.

Jets Over/Unders

The Jets offense last year wasn't exactly running on all cylinders last year, and as a result the "under" in their games hit 56.2% of the time. Over/under, or total, bets have nothing to do with which team wins the game or by how much. Rather, they're simply wagers on how many points end up on the scoreboard.

Say the Jets vs. Patriots game has a total of 41 points: You can bet the over or under at a sportsbook, and you'd win or lose based on that number. An over bet would cash at 42 or more combined points, whereas an under would pay out on 40 or fewer points. If the game landed on exactly 41 points, it would be a "push" and all bets would be refunded.

New York Jets Moneylines

The Jets didn't win many games last season, which means their moneyline bets didn't cash very often either. Moneyline wagers, as opposed to spread bets, are all about which team wins the game, regardless of the margin.

Here's an example: If the Jets moneyline was +250 against the Buffalo Bills, that means a $10 bet would pay out $25 if the Jets won. You'd get back $35 in total, given that you'd also get back your $10 wager on top of the profit. Favorites can be read the opposite way: If the Jets moneyline was -250, you'd have to wager $25 to win $10.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Jets Props

If you think Jets rookie QB Zach Wilson is going to hit the ground running, you can bet on that -- literally. Player props are bets on a statistical category of a single player, kind of like fantasy football. Some Jets props this season will include Wilson to rush over/under a set yardage or Corey Davis to have over/under a certain amount of receiving yards.

New York Jets Futures

Futures bets are vast, as they include pretty much every end-of-season outcome, like which player will win MVP, which team will win the Super Bowl, and more. Some interesting Jets futures this year might include Wilson to win Offensive Rookie of the Year or the Jets to make/miss the playoffs.