Betting on the New York Jets

The New York Jets play their home games at MetLife Stadium, a home-field they share with the New York Giants. Betting on the New York Jets in recent years has been a frustrating endeavor, as the team has tried to re-create the early glory years of the franchise. The team is headquartered in New Jersey, founded in 1959 as the Titans of New York. The New York Jets currently play in the AFC East and have so since 1970. Rex Ryan is the embattled coach of the Jets, who last made the playoffs as a wild card team in 2010. The Jets have made the playoffs 13 times since 1968, and 6 times since 2001 heading into the 2014 season. The Jets 3 biggest rivals are the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins and New York Giants. Despite a rich football tradition, the Jets have won just 2 Super Bowls, the last when quarterbacked by Broadway Joe Namath in 1968.

We created this page in our guide to assist NY Jets fans who are interested in accessing helpful information concerning betting on their favorite teams. While this guide does focus on betting on NY NFL teams, the sportsbooks we recommend do cover lines for all NFL teams around the country. We have also provided you with information about betting on the NY Giants and a page dedicated to betting on the Buffalo Bills. For those who like to follow multiple sports venues this year of year, you can also check out our guide to betting on NY NBA teams.

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New York Jets 2015 Football Schedule, Odds & Record
Date Opponent Spread Results Record
Sep 13, 2015 Cleveland      
Sep 21, 2015 @ Indianapolis      
Sep 27, 2015 Philadelphia      
Oct 4, 2015 @ Miami      
Bye Week        
Oct 18, 2015 Washington      
Oct 25, 2015 @ New England      
Nov 1, 2015 @ Oakland      
Nov 8, 2015 Jacksonville      
Nov 12, 2015 Buffalo      
Nov 22, 2015 @ Houston      
Nov 29, 2015 Miami      
Dec 6, 2015 @ New York Giants      
Dec 13, 2015 Tennessee      
Dec 20, 2015 @ Dallas      
Dec 27, 2015 New England      
Jan 3, 2016 @ Buffalo      
Last Year's Results
Date Opponent Spread Results Record
Sep 7, 2014 Oakland Oakland +6.5 Win 19-14 1-0
Sep 14, 2014 @ Green Bay Jets +7 Loss 31-24 1-1
Sep 22, 2014 Chicago Chicago +1.5 Loss 27-19 1-2
Sep 28, 2014 Detroit Detroit +2 Loss 24-17 1-3
Oct 5, 2014 @ San Diego Jets +7 Loss 31-0 1-4
Oct 12, 2014 Denver Jets +9.5 Loss 31-17 1-5
Oct 16, 2014 @ New England Jets +9.5 Loss 27-25 1-6
Oct 26, 2014 Buffalo Buffalo +3 Loss 43-23 1-7
Nov 2, 2014 @ Kansas City Jets +8 Loss 24-10 1-8
Nov 9, 2014 Pittsburgh Jets +4.5 Win 20-13 2-8
Nov 23, 2014 @ Buffalo Jets +4.5 Loss 38-3 2-9
Dec 1, 2014 Miami Jets +7 Loss 16-13 2-10
Dec 7, 2014 @ Minnesota Jets +4.5 Loss 30-24 2-11
Dec 14, 2014 @ Tennessee Tennessee +3.5 Win 16-11 3-11
Dec 21, 2014 New England Jets +10    
Dec 28, 2014 @ Miami      

New York Jets 2014 Season

Following the 8 - 8 season of 2013 the Jets have begun 2014 with a miserable 1 - 8 record. While the team is the 3rd best at running the football and 7th best on run defense, they are the worst in the league at throwing the football successfully. The playoffs are a statistical probability but a realistic impossibility this year. The quarterback carousel the last few years has continued in 2014. Mark Sanchez is gone. Aging veteran signal caller Michael Vick has taken over for Geno Smith at QB, who has looked confused and less than effective. The only bright spot so far is the rushing attack led by Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson. The Jets are 0 - 2 in the AFC East Division, and 1 - 5 in the Conference. They are next to last in the league in point differential, surrendering 98 more points than they have scored this year.

2014 New York Jets Betting Trends and Statistics

The Jets have been struggling to win football games this year, and against the spread they are equally as frustrating. In 2014 after 9 games, the Jets are 1 - 7 - 1 ATS. That should be a very attractive statistic for New York sports betting enthusiasts. The team is scoring barely 17 points a game, making covering the spread very difficult for the Jets.

The Top 3 New York Jets Rivalries

Jets VS Patriots

The New England Patriots in recent years has been a much stronger franchise than the Jets. But earlier on in this rivalry, the fates were reversed. In 1966 the Jets removed the Patriots from playoff contention, with the Patriots returning the favor in 1985 in the Wild-Card round. In 1997 Bill Parcells left New England to take over the head coaching job with the Jets. The next year, the Jets also snatched Pro Bowl RB Curtis Martin from the Patriots. That only fueled this bitter rivalry. September 23, 2001, Jets linebacker Mo Lewis tackle Drew Bledsoe. The veteran quarterback left with internal bleeding, and a young and unproven Tom Brady took over for the Patriots. The Patriots have since won 3 Super Bowls, the New York Jets none.

Jets VS Dolphins

The Jets Dolphins rivalry began in 1966. But probably the most memorable conflict took place in the Fake Spike game in 1994. Trailing late in the game, the underdog Miami Dolphins had run out of timeouts. They desperately needed to stop the clock, so Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino made a spiking motion with his hand as he reached under center with one of the last plays of the game. The Jets relaxed, thinking that the Dolphins quarterback was going to spike the ball to stop the clock. WR Marc Ingram broke to the corner of the end zone and Marino found him easily for the come-from-behind victory, 28 – 24, as Jets defenders stood harmlessly by.

Jets VS Giants

This is a very tense in-city rivalry. However, since these 2 teams are in separate conferences, they do not meet much any longer. When the Jets and Giants first met in August of 1969, the preseason turf war contest was viewed as very serious. The game played out like a hard-fought playoff game, with the Jets victorious over the Giants 37 - 14. The Jets also played the Giants in 1988 during the regular season's final game. The Jets had a 7 - 7 - 1 record and no playoff hopes. The Giants were contending for the postseason, and needed to win. The Jets played inspired football against their hated rival, sacking Phil Simms 8 times and eliminating the G-Men from the playoffs.

Helpful Links for NY Jets Fans

New York Jets Official Website

NFL Official Website