Lead by Todd Bowles, the New York Jets are one of the oldest teams in the NFL. Founded in 1959, the Jets have only won one Super Bowl in 1968. Since then, the Jets have won few championships. In the past five years, the Jest have not been in the playoffs. The most recent time they made the playoffs was 2010. Will the Jets be able to step their game up in the next coming years? Keep track of the New York franchise best betting options!
New York Jets Next Game
The widget below shows the Jets next game. Included are the betting lines and odds for the game. This is a great tool for betters to make informed decisions.
New York Jets Football Schedule
Here is the Jets calendar. This shows their past games, scores, and the odds associated with that game as well as future games. This widget provides context and useful data for betters because it shows the team’s results over time.
New York Jets Standings
Bellow are the Jets current standings. This chart shows the team’s performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows the Jets performance in the conference and division.
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Finishing 9th in the league during the 2015-2016 season, the New York Jets are a solid team. They have won one Super Bowl in 1968 against the then Baltimore Colts. The Jets have not yet won on Conference championships, but they have won 4 division championships, the most recent in 2002.
Some of the Jets’ strengths are their coaching from head coach Todd Bowles and cornerback Darrelle Revis. Some of their weaknesses are their lack of efficient tight ends and their fast offensive line. The sports book see the Jets as a team that hasn’t been in the playoffs in 5 years. Although they finished 9th in the league in the last season, putting them in the upper third of NFL teams, they did not make the playoffs.
In the 2015-2016 season, the Jets scored 387 points for, and allowed 314 points against. They won 10 games and lost 6 games, bringing their win percentage to .625. Their longest streak was one loss. The Jest hail from New York, meaning they are neighbors with such teams like the New York Giants and New England Patriots.