New York Jets Super Bowl LVII Betting

New York Jets NFL Betting

New York Jets NFL Betting

Woody Johnson, the billionaire Johnson & Johnson heir, has owned the New York Jets since 2000. From 2017 through 2020, Johnson was an Ambassador to the United Kingdom for President Donald Trump. During that time, Johnson’s brother ran the franchise. Since Woody returned, he has been eager to get the team back to a championship level. Since 2011 the Jets have had one winning season and no playoff bids. However, Johnson did produce an improved product in his first ten years as the owner. From 2001 through 2010, the Jets made the playoffs six times and made two conference championship games. Thus, there is hope that Woody can get things figured out.

Last year the Jets finished 4-13 under rookie head coach Robert Saleh. It was also the rookie season for quarterback Zach Wilson, the second overall pick of the 2021 NFL Draft. Wilson got a brutal on-the-job training experience with a team that lacks a good supporting cast. Wilson also missed time with injuries. Wilson was a surprise pick because he wasn’t originally expected to be drafted so high. So, the jury is still out on his NFL ability.

The Jets got good grades for their performance at the 2022 NFL Draft. New York had three first-round draft picks. The three picks were Cincinnati cornerback Ahmad Gardner, Ohio State wide receiver Garrett Wilson, and Florida State EDGE rusher Jermaine Johnson. But in the second round, the Jets made what could be their most compelling pick. Iowa State Running back Breece Hall was a record-setter and a two-time Heisman Trophy contender. Hall was named an All-American in his final two seasons at ISU.

NFL Futures Betting Odds

To win Super Bowl LVII: +13500

To win AFC Conference: +6700

To win AFC East Division: +2220

NFL Week 1 Betting Odds

Baltimore Ravens -5.5

New York Jets +5.5

Total: 45.5

*Odds as of June, 2022

New York Jets Schedule & Results

WEEK MATCHUP RESULT RECORD
Week 1 vs. Baltimore Ravens - -
Week 2 at Cleveland Browns - -
Week 3 vs. Cincinnati Bengals - -
Week 4 at Pittsburgh Steelers - -
Week 5 vs. Miami Dolphins - -
Week 6 at Green Bay Packers - -
Week 7 at Denver Broncos - -
Week 8 vs. New England Patriots - -
Week 9 vs. Buffalo Bills - -
Week 10 BYE - -
Week 11 at New England Patriots - -
Week 12 vs. Chicago Bears - -
Week 13 at Minnesota Vikings - -
Week 14 at Buffalo Bills - -
Week 15 vs. Detroit Lions - -
Week 16 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars - -
Week 17 at Seattle Seahawks - -
Week 18 at Miami Dolphins - -

Because of their horrible record over the past decade, the Jets are not a team that networks want for prime-time telecasts. New York will be featured in a Week 16 Prime Video game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Other key games include the week one home opener against the Baltimore Ravens, a week four matchup at the Pittsburgh Steelers, a week six game at the Green Bay Packers, and the season finale at the Miami Dolphins.

New York Jets Past Seasons (2000)

YEAR RECORD PLAYOFFS
2021 4-13 None
2020 2-14 None
2019 7-9 None
2018 4-12 None
2017 5-11 None
2016 5-11 None
2015 10-6 None
2014 4-12 None
2013 8-8 None
2012 6-10 None
2011 8-8 None
2010 11-5 Lost Conference Championship
2009 9-7 Lost Conference Championship
2008 9-7 None
2007 4-12 None
2006 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2005 4-12 None
2004 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2003 6-10 None
2002 9-7 Lost Divisional Round
2001 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2000 9-7 None

The New York Jets were founded as charter members of the American Football League. They were known as the Titans for their first three seasons and were an embarrassment. The Titans played before “fans dressed up as empty seats” at the old dilapidated Polo Grounds. But in 1963, the Titans were purchased by entertainment executive Sony Werblin, who rebranded them as the Jets.

Werblin’s show business background gave him an appreciation for star power. That led to Alabama quarterback Joe Namath getting the largest contract in history, at that time, in 1965. Namath and the Jets became the biggest show in town at Shea Stadium. New York made Super Bowl III and history when they beat the Baltimore Colts 16-3 as 18.5-point dogs. Namath guaranteed victory before the game and delivered.

To this day, that is the high point in the franchise's history. The last playoff appearance for the Jets was in 2010.

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