New York Jets Odds
The New York Jets are a storied franchise that has its roots in the AFL. They were known as the New York Titans from 1960-62. After becoming the Jets, they won their only Super Bowl after the 1968 season.
They compiled an 11-3 season, defeated the Oakland Raiders 27-23 in the AFC Championship game, and then did the same to the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III on Jan. 12, 1969. It’s viewed as one of the most famous games in NFL history, thanks in part to Joe Namath, the Jets’ star quarterback.
These Jets, however, have not reached the playoffs since 2010. Is 2022 the year they reverse those fortunes? Nope.
The franchise once again finished last in the AFC East with a 7-10 record.
Check the live odds for each game below plus some more tips for betting on the Jets at New Jersey online sportsbooks.
This week’s Jets Odds: Spread, Super Bowl, Props
See below for the best current odds at NJ online sportsbooks for the next Jets game plus their current Super Bowl odds and selected player props. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and start making your Jets bets.
This Week’s Jets Spread
Jets Super Bowl, AFC Odds
Zach Wilson Prop, MVP odds
Betting on the Jets
When it’s time to bet on the J-E-T-S, sportsbooks will be ready with odds for all of the top bet types. If you click on the NFL or football link at online and mobile sportsbooks, you’ll see all of the upcoming contests listed out with odds for the featured bet types. Example:
- New England Patriots -220 -4.5 (-110) O 48.5 (-110)
- New York Jets +180 +4.5 (-110) U 48.5 (-110)
For NFL betting, moneyline, point spread, and totals are huge drivers of action for each game on the docket. To place your bets, you just click on the odds that correspond with your choice and go from there. Here’s a closer look at how the big three bet types work.
What is the Jets Moneyline?
If you like to keep things simple, then moneyline betting is for you. The goal is to pick the winner from the favorite or underdog, designated by negative and positive odds respectively.
- New England Patriots -220
- New York Jets +180
For our example, there’s a wide range between the numbers, which indicates a paper mismatch in the eyes of oddsmakers. A closer span of something like -130/+110 points to a tighter affair.
What is the Jets Point Spread?
When betting on the spread, the goal is to figure out which side will cover. Oddsmakers set a number for each game which is basically like an estimated margin of victory.
- New England Patriots -4.5 (-110)
- New York Jets +4.5 (-110)
For our example listing, the Patriots would have to win the game by five points or more to cover. The Jets can cover by keeping the margin to four points or less or by pulling out an upset win.
Jets Totals (Over/Under)
You can also zero in on the amount of scoring in the Jets game. Sportsbooks set an estimated number of total combined points, and bettors then get to choose Over or Under that amount.
- Over 48.5 (-110)
- Under 48.5 (-110)
Also known as totals betting, it’s not uncommon to see movement in the numbers in response to betting action, but you can always line shop to find the odds and numbers that you like best.
New York Jets 2022-23 schedule
|Sep. 11||Baltimore Ravens||Home||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sep. 18||Cleveland Browns||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Sep. 25||Cincinnati Bengals||Home||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Oct. 2||Pittsburgh Steelers||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Oct. 9||Miami Dolphins||Home||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Oct. 16||Green Bay Packers||Away||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Oct. 23||Denver Broncos||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Oct. 30||New England Patriots||Home||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Nov. 6||Buffalo Bills||Home||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Nov. 20||New England Patriots||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Nov. 27||Chicago Bears||Home||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Dec. 4||Minnesota Vikings||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Dec. 11||Buffalo Bills||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
|Dec. 18||Detroit Lions||Home||1 p.m.||FOX|
|Dec. 22||Jacksonville Jaguars||Home||8:15 p.m.||Amazon Prime|
|Jan. 1||Seattle Seahawks||Away||4:05 p.m.||FOX|
|Jan. 8||Miami Dolphins||Away||1 p.m.||CBS|
NY Jets team records
- Passing: Joe Namath, 27,057 yards, 170 touchdowns
- Receiving: Don Maynard, 11,732 yards, 88 touchdowns. He was also the first player ever signed by the franchise.
- Rushing: Curtis Martin, 10,302 yards, 58 touchdowns
How to bet on Jets player props and futures odds
The odds listed above are all moneyline wagers. It is one of the most common betting markets on sports, followed closely by point spreads and totals (over/under). But other Jets betting markets are available, too.
Proposition bets, or props, pertain to most everything beyond the moneyline wager — which is the straight outcome of the game — and the point spread.
Because of prop wagering, a gambler can select from literally hundreds of bets on every Jets game. In most cases, these bets are specific to a particular athlete’s ability to reach a certain benchmark. Prop bets also often ask a question about a team or player’s chances in a single game or during a season.
Here are some of the most prominent prop bets you might see for Jets games:
- Total individual yards, over-under: This can be rushing yards or passing yards. This often looks like an over-under of between 80-100 yards for a running back and 300 yards for a quarterback. It’s also a good cross-reference for your handicapping about the game. If you see a prop of 50-75 yards, for example, oddsmakers may expect the Jets to be passing more. Is that because they will be playing catch up?
- Winner for each half: Separate bets for the first and second halves. It’s tricky. The winning team in a game may still lose a half.
- Will the game be tied at halftime? It happens every now and then. Only around 10% of all NFL games will be tied at halftime, and usually pays around 10-1 at most books. You would be surprised at how few NFL games, even those with a point spread of less than a field goal, are tied at the half. That’s why it pays.
This wager literally concerns a result that will be determined in the distant future. It’s essentially a season-long prop for a team or individual.
These bets are popular regarding team win totals, individual-yardage numbers, the MVP race, or a head-to-head matchup. Here are three examples of futures betting for the NY Jets:
- Jets to win the Super Bowl: For the Jets, that may mean +10000, or 100-1 to win the Super Bowl. That’s the vicinity in which they are placed at most New Jersey online sportsbooks.
- Regular season win total for the Jets: The Jets have an over-under of 6.5 this year. It’s an exciting prop because it gives a gambler action every week, even those in which the player doesn’t have a good feel for one individual game. The season-long prop lets a player track how the bet is measuring up throughout the year.
- Total passing yards for Zach Wilson: This is a combination of a prop and a futures bet, but it gives you action every week, too. A lot is riding on the play-calling. And if you have the over, you’d love a couple of games to go into overtime.
Betting tips for Jets season
As we get set for another season of Jets football, there’s nowhere to go but up. From a betting perspective, it’s important to put aside any preconceived notions and look to the season ahead and each game as individual events. To that end, here’s a trio of tips you can use to hopefully achieve some liftoff.
- Use the futures market as a guide: Over at DraftKings, the bar is set at 5.5 regular season wins, while the team is the last choice to win the AFC East at odds of +2200. While oddsmakers aren’t expecting any miracles, hitting six wins or so would have to count as marked improvement. Take the time to fully analyze this season’s schedule in the preseason. Do you see six wins or more? Once the games that matter get underway, be sure to focus on the current state of affairs and bet or pass accordingly.
- The Breece Hall prop and rookie of the year: Breece Hall was looking to steady the Jets’ RB position, and while he was drafted in the second round, he’s heavy in the running for Rookie of the Year. DraftKings had him ranked second in odds with a +750 for the award, and set his over/under for total rushing yards to 830.5.
Jets 2022 draft picks
Here are the Jets’ top picks in the 2022 NFL Draft.
- Round 1: Pick 4: CB Sauce Gardner
- Round 1: Pick 10: WR Garrett Wilson
- Round 1: Pick 26: DE Jermaine Johnson II
- Round 2: Pick 36: RB Breece Hall
- Round 3: Pick 101: TE Jeremy Ruckert
- Round 4: Pick 111: OT Max Mitchell
- Round 4: Pick 117: DE Micheal Clemons
The Jets have not fared well in the draft in the last decade. As their fans pine for picks like Joe Namath, Al Toon, Mark Gastineau, Mo Lewis, and Nick Mangold from years past, the Jets have not been able to use the draft to get back to the playoffs. But there is optimism about this year’s group.
Here are some of the drafted players of note from the last 10 years:
- 2022: Sauce Gardner
- 2022: Garrett Wilson
- 2021: Zach Wilson
- 2018: Sam Darnold
- 2018: Quinnen Williams
- 2017: Jamal Adams
- 2016: Darron Lee
- 2015: Leonard Williams
- 2013: Dee Milliner
Jets’ quarterbacks over the last 20 years
For the 2022-23 season, Zach Wilson was primed to be the starting quarterback for the NY Jets.
However, between injury and inconsistent play, Wilson’s future as the Jets starting QB remains up in the air.
In the last 20 years, there were some good and not-so-good names to hold that role. Some starting quarterbacks for the Jets only lasted a year. Here is a list of the Jets’ starting quarterbacks in the last two decades:
- 2021-present: – Zach Wilson – High expectations followed the rookie, drafted second overall in the 2021 draft. During the 2022-23 season, Wilson played in nine games threw for 1,688 yards and six touchdowns over seven interceptions.
- 2018-2021: – Sam Darnold – selected third overall by the Jets in 2018, he played three seasons with the Jets before being traded to the Carolina Panthers.
- 2017: Josh McCown — A short-lived starter, he now plays for the Philadelphia Eagles as a backup quarterback.
- 2015-2016: Ryan Fitzpatrick — May have made the Jets the smartest team in the league. He’s from Harvard.
- 2013-2014: Geno Smith/Michael Vick — Two running quarterbacks, but little success.
- 2009-2012: Mark Sanchez — Took the Jets to the AFC championship game in 2010.
- 2008: Brett Favre — A short-lived run for one of the league’s star players. Favre would later move to the Minnesota Vikings before retiring.
- 2002-2007: Chad Pennington — Longest reign as quarterback; led team to playoffs in 2002, 2004, and 2006.
- 2000-2001: Vinny Testaverde — Guided team to a playoff appearance in 2001.
Most Notable Head Coaches
The Jets have had some high-profile head coaches, including a Super Bowl winner. Only one of them, Bill Parcells, has a winning record of any coach who lasted more than one year. He fashioned a mark of 29-19 between 1997-99. Parcells previously guided the New York Giants to two Super Bowl championships.
Rex Ryan was a fan favorite for his refreshing candor to fans and sports media. He finished 46-50 with the Jets between 2009-14 but got them very close to an AFC title in 2010, when the Jets lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-19. Ryan’s father, Buddy, was an assistant coach with the Jets when they won the Super Bowl.
Weeb Ewbank hit a 71-77 mark with the Jets between 1963-73, but he also brought them the big one. It was Ewbank’s Jets who dismantled the Colts in Super Bowl III. Ewbank has the most lifetime wins of any Jets coach.
Lou Holtz, the famed Notre Dame coach, did not fare well in the NFL. He was 3-10 with the Jets in 1976 and resigned during the last week of the season.
Robert Saleh is the current Jets coach. He took over the reins from Adam Gase following a dismal 2-14 season in 2020.
MetLife Stadium, home to the New York Jets, the New York Giants, and most recently the New York Guardians of the XFL, has been a centerpiece of the sports and entertainment world since its inception.
Besides hosting professional football, it has twice been the site of Wrestlemania, which drew more than 80,000 fans in their 2013 and 2019 events. MetLife Stadium was also the site of the Super Bowl on Feb. 2, 2014. It drew a crowd of 82,259 to watch the Seattle Seahawks crush the Denver Broncos 43-8.
- Name: MetLife Stadium
- Location: 1 MetLife Stadium Drive, East Rutherford, N.J.
- Owner: MetLife Stadium Company
- Groundbreaking: Sept. 5, 2007
- Opening date: April 10, 2010, for the Big City Classic lacrosse event. First NFL game Sept. 12, 2010.
- Construction cost: $1.6 billion
- Capacity: 82,500
- Other major events hosted: Super Bowl XLVIII (2014); MetLife also hosted Wrestlemania in 2013 and 2019.
- Jets’ average attendance: 71,676 in 2021
Where to stream or listen to the Jets game
To watch or listen to the Jets game in New Jersey, there are several options and more get rolled out each season.
The Jets are televised on CBS, although NBC, FOX, Amazon Prime, and ESPN will show games. NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Red Zone will contain Jets games within their blanket coverage of all NFL games. NFL Red Zone picks up the live action of every game when a team reaches the outskirts of scoring territory (the Red Zone) and has no commercials in its seven-hour presentation.
Mobile and Live Streaming Options include:
- CBS All Access
- NFL Game Pass
- Yahoo, NFL and Jets apps
Where to watch the Jets game in NJ
Where do you go to take in the action? The choices are diverse throughout New Jersey. There are the obvious choices such as sportsbooks at Atlantic City casinos.
Here is a list of local bars that will showcase Jets games in New Jersey:
Black Bear Bar & Grill is home to one of the biggest TV displays in the surrounding area. In addition to its many other walls packed with over 50 HDTVs, Black Bear also has a 25-foot TV wall.
- Location: 205 Washington St., Hoboken
- Telephone: 201-656-5511
The Plank Road Inn boasts 40 TVs to watch any and every NFL game. Not to mention dart boards and arcade games as well as a jukebox are available to help you kill some time.
- Location: 1538 Paterson Plank Rd., Secaucus
- Telephone: 201-865-9516
Asbury Ale House is known as one of the Jersey Shore’s premier sports bars. It has more than 40 TVs on which to watch the game and 50 beers on tap. About an hour south of the stadium in Central Jersey, its bar sports the Giants and Jets as team allegiances.
- Location: 531 Cookman Ave. Asbury Park
- Telephone: 732-455-3808
Jack’s Goal Line Stand offers the best of both worlds: It’s a traditional sports bar featuring 54 TVs and more than 60 beers on tap — but it’s also a family-style restaurant with 100-plus items on the menu. There are arcade games to keep the kids occupied while they wait for their food.
- Location: 149 Brighton Ave., Long Beach
- Telephone: 732-870-8800
Mother’s Ale House will tempt a little razzle-dazzle for Jets fans. Their first team allegiance is the Giants, but if the teams can share the same stadium, why not the same bar? Mothers has more than 100 HDTVs spread out over two floors.
- Location: 95 Moutainview Boulevard, Wayne
- Telephone: 973-633-7400
New York Jets FAQ
The New York Jets were owned by Harry Wismer from 1960-62 when they were the New York Titans. A five-member syndicate headed by Sonny Werblin purchased the team for $1 million in 1962, re-named them the Jets and held the reigns from 1963-67.
One of the members, Leon Hess, eventually bought out all the partners. He secured the final 50% for $10 million in the early 1980s, becoming sole owner of the team.
The value had skyrocketed to $635 million when Woody Johnson purchased the Jets in 2000. His brother Christopher Johnson became a co-owner in 2017.
Werblin was the most high-profile of the owners, signing Joe Namath to a then-unheard-of four-year contract of $427,000 in 1965. It put the Jets on the map and Namath would lead them to the team’s only Super Bowl.
Just one. The Jets captured the Super Bowl on Jan. 12, 1969, defeating the Baltimore Colts 16-7 in Super Bowl III. They have not returned to the Super Bowl since.
The average ticket price in 2021-22 was $94. Numbers have been reported anywhere from $8 to $1,192.
Five numbers and one jacket. Retired numbers belong to Joe Namath (12), Don Maynard (13), Curtis Martin (28), Joe Klecko (73), and Dennis Byrd (90). There’s a retired jacket as well, worn by winningest coach Weeb Ewbank.