Super Bowl gambling unexpectedly saw the Jets make the AFC Championship Game and nearly make the Super Bowl odds board in the process. The Jets looked like they were going to be the AFC Super Bowl gambling representative as they were beating Indianapolis 17-6 late in the first half before their seemingly invincible defense imploded against Peyton Manning, who led the Colts to a spot on the Super Bowl odds board with a nice comeback rally and a 30-17 win for a Super Bowl betting shot at the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Despite the tough loss the Jets impressed everyone in Super Bowl gambling with their tough defense and impressive ground attack. The Jets entered the Super Bowl gambling playoffs with the number one ranked defense in the NFL. Their rushing attack was also ranked number one for all of the Super Bowl gambling teams.
Ryan brought a new Super Bowl gambling attitude as head coach. Ryan was the long time defensive coordinator with the Baltimore Ravens and was a major factor in their Super Bowl gambling success. Ryan brought tremendous credibility to the Jets as a result of his phenomenal performance as a defensive guru at Baltimore.
The Jets are the closest thing to an “old school” Super Bowl gambling commodity as they love to pound the ball on the ground offensively. Thomas Jones closed the season with over 1400 yards and 14 touchdowns while Shonn Greene was excellent in support with 540 yards.
Rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez had a tough “on the job training” campaign but improved as the season went along and will have more confidence after leading New York to the AFC title game. His playoff stats were far better than the number he put up in the regular season.
Ryan, Thomas, Sanchez, and that defense will make Team Green into a team that could be making gamblers considerable green in 2010.