NFL betting fans were anxious to see how the Jets would perform with Green Bay defector Brett Favre as quarterback. So far in the pro football betting season, while it hasn’t always been perfect, it has worked as the Jets are 6-3 straight up and 5-4 against the NFL odds and tied with New England for first in the AFC East.
The Jets are an even 4-4-1 split on the NFL betting totals this season but just one of their four road games has gone over the NFL betting total. The Jets enter this one with momentum as they have won their last two games both straight up and against the NFL betting lines.
Last week the Jets crushed the St. Louis Rams 47-3, beating the NFL betting line as 9.5-point chalks. The Jets are ranked 14th overall on the NFL betting offensive stats while ranking 10th overall on defense.
The New England Patriots and NFL betting fans had great cause for concern when quarterback Tom Brady went down for the pro football betting season on opening day. Matt Cassel has been an adequate replacement and the defense has held its own this NFL betting season to keep the Pats in contention.
So far this NFL betting season New England is 6-3 straight up and 5-4 against the NFL odds. The Patriots have gone over the NFL betting total in just two out of seven games. New England ranks 15th overall on the NFL betting offensive charts while ranking 11th overall on defense.
The Jets have gone under the NFL betting total in 10 of their last 13 road games. New England, as a true NFL betting public team has seen its value erode as they have covered just 5 of their last 15 games against the NFL betting odds. The Patriots have covered the NFL betting lines in just 3 of their last 12 home games against the Jets.
The two teams have gone under the NFL betting total in 4 of the last 5 meetings at New England.
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