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@ Bills@ Bills

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vs 49ersvs 49ers

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Sun Sep 2704:05 PM

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@ Colts@ Colts

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Thu Oct 0108:20 PM

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vs Broncosvs Broncos

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vs Cardinalsvs Cardinals

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@ Chargers@ Chargers

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@ Chiefs@ Chiefs

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new york jets STANDINGS

Team Name

Wins

Loss

Ties

Win%

Patriots

12

4

.750

Bills

10

6

.625

Jets

7

9

.438

Dolphins

5

11

.313

new york jets Roster

Player Name

Uniform

Position

Jamal Adams

33

S

Josh Adams

36

RB

Henry Anderson

96

DT

Josh Andrews

N/A

C

Bless Austin

31

CB

Tarell Basham

93

LB

Mekhi Becton

N/A

T

Le’Veon Bell

26

RB

B.J. Bello

49

LB

Braxton Berrios

10

WR

Ben Braden

70

G

Daniel Brown

87

TE

James Burgess

58

LB

Lawrence Cager

N/A

WR

George Campbell

N/A

WR

Trenton Cannon

25

RB

Shyheim Carter

N/A

CB

Blake Cashman

53

LB

Jehu Chesson

N/A

WR

Anthony Cioffi

N/A

S

Cameron Clark

N/A

G

Jamison Crowder

82

WR

Sam Darnold

14

QB

Ashtyn Davis

N/A

S

Domenique Davis

N/A

DT

Pierre Desir

N/A

CB

Kenneth Dixon

38

RB

Josh Doctson

13

WR

Chuma Edoga

75

T

David Fales

3

QB

George Fant

N/A

T

Matthias Farley

41

S

Folorunso Fatukasi

94

DT

Sam Ficken

9

K

Joe Flacco

N/A

QB

John Franklin-Myers

56

DE

Ahmad Gooden

52

LB

Frank Gore

N/A

RB

Ryan Griffin

84

TE

Javelin Guidry

N/A

CB

Nate Hairston

21

CB

Bryce Hall

N/A

CB

Jonotthan Harrison

78

C

Thomas Hennessy

42

C LS

Chris Herndon

89

TE

Neville Hewitt

46

LB

Jared Hilbers

N/A

T

Bryce Huff

N/A

DE LB

Bennett Jackson

39

S

Lamar Jackson

N/A

CB

Jordan Jenkins

48

LB

Sterling Johnson

N/A

DT

Bronson Kaufusi

91

DE

Corbin Kaufusi

65

DE

Leo Koloamatangi

63

C

Harvey Langi

44

LB

Alex Lewis

71

G T

Brad Lundblade

64

C

Frankie Luvu

50

LB

Josh Malone

83

WR

Braden Mann

N/A

P

Arthur Maulet

23

CB

Marcus Maye

20

S

Conor McDermott

69

T

Connor McGovern

N/A

C

Steve McLendon

99

DT

Denzel Mims

N/A

WR

James Morgan

N/A

QB

C.J. Mosley

57

LB

James Murray

61

C

Patrick Onwuasor

N/A

LB

La’Mical Perine

N/A

RB

Breshad Perriman

N/A

WR

Kyle Phillips

98

DE

Brian Poole

34

CB

Wyatt Ray

43

LB

Nathan Shepherd

97

DT

Jeff Smith

1

WR

Vyncint Smith

17

WR

Ross Travis

43

TE

Greg Van Roten

N/A

G

Trevon Wesco

85

TE

Mike White

5

QB

Quinnen Williams

95

DT

Avery Williamson

54

LB

Jordan Willis

60

DE

Quincy Wilson

N/A

CB

Brian Winters

67

G

Jabari Zuniga

N/A

DE

new york jets Injuries

No injuries reported

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Conference American Football Conference (AFC)
Division East
Founded 1959
History New York Titans (1960–1962)
New York Jets (1963–present)
Arena MetLife Stadium
League Titles 2 (1970 AFL–NFL merger) 1968
tt(AFL–NFL Super Bowl championships) 1968
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Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2020 10:13, EDT |

The easiest way to determine an NFL team’s strength of schedule is by its opponents’ combined winning percentage from the previous season. By that mark, the three-toughest schedules this season belong to the New England Patriots (opponents’ 2019 winning percentage of .537), New York Jets (.533) and Miami Dolphins (.529).

Toughest NFL schedules in 2020 Odds & Picks

However, that way of doing things is severely flawed. First, a reminder of how schedules are set in the NFL:

  • Teams play every other club in their division twice each for a total of six games.
  • Teams play an entire division elsewhere in the conference (rotates every year) for a total of four games.
  • Teams play an entire division from the opposite conference (rotates every year) for a total of four games.
  • Teams play the clubs that finished in the same position in their division from the same conference not including the entire other division that is played for a total of two games.

Patriots’ Schedule Misleading?

So, the 2020 Patriots play the AFC East rival Bills, Jets and Dolphins twice each. New England plays the entire AFC West (Raiders, Chiefs, Broncos and Chargers) and the entire NFC West (Seahawks, 49ers, Cardinals and Rams). Finally, the Pats finished first in the AFC East last year so they play the other two first-place AFC teams from 2019 other than from the division they already face (Ravens and Texans).

Is New England’s 2020 slate really the toughest in the NFL? Heck now. Yes, the Seahawks and 49ers were both playoff teams, while the Chiefs are defending Super Bowl champions and the Ravens led the NFL with 14 wins last year. However, the fact the Patriots get to play the sad-sack Jets and Dolphins twice each brings that schedule strength down.

Plus, using an opponents’ winning record from the year before is very misleading. Every team that plays New England in 2020 gets to use the Patriots’ 12-4 record from last year in that scenario. This year’s Patriots aren’t close to the 2019 version after losing Tom Brady to the Bucs as well as five defensive starters to free agency/coronavirus opt-out. Thus, the schedule strength of the Jets, Bills and Dolphins are all inflated this year because the Pats were so better last year.

Falcons, Giants Face More Daunting Slates

Perhaps a better way to measure strength of schedule is by looking at a team’s complete slate and coming up with an average over-under betting win total average from Mybookie.ag. So, you’d add up every opponent’s total and divide by 16.

Doing so that way, one could argue the Atlanta Falcons and New York Giants have the two toughest schedules.

The deepest division in the NFL is the NFC South, and the Falcons are stuck playing the Bucs (Tom Brady), Saints (Drew Brees) and Panthers twice each. The Falcons have a tough start out the gates in facing the Seahawks, Cowboys and Packers in the first four weeks. Atlanta will likely be an underdog in three of its first four games, all outside the division: Week 1 vs. Seattle, Week 2 in Dallas and Week 4 in Green Bay. Both Seattle and Green Bay made the playoffs last season, while Dallas nearly did, and defending Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott and Aaron Rodgers in the first month will be quite the challenge.

Perhaps no team has a tougher closing stretch to the schedule than Atlanta: Week 15 vs. Bucs (Tom Brady), Week 16 at Chiefs (Patrick Mahomes) and Week 1 7 at Bucs (Brady again). Brady is 6-0 against the Falcons in his career, including Super Bowl LI.

The Giants, meanwhile, get two easy games inside the NFC East vs. Washington but also have to play NFC contenders Dallas and Philadelphia twice. The Giants are just 4-14 in the division over the past three years. They have lost seven straight to the Eagles. New York also hosts the return of Ben Roethlisberger with the Steelers in Week 1, the defending NFC champion 49ers in Week 3 and Brady’s Bucs in Week 8. There are very tough trips to Seattle and Baltimore.

Atlanta has a win total of 7.5 this season at Mybookie and New York 6.5. We recommend the under on both looking at those schedules.

 

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Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2020 10:13, EDT

The easiest way to determine an NFL team’s strength of schedule is by its opponents’ combined winning percentage from the previous season. By that mark, the three-toughest schedules this season belong to the New England Patriots (opponents’ 2019 winning percentage of .537), New York Jets (.533) and Miami Dolphins (.529). Toughest NFL schedules in 2020 Odds & Picks However, that

Posted: Wednesday, July 15, 2020 8:56, EDT

Le’Veon Bell was largely a bust as a big-ticket free-agent signing by the New York Jets last season. Can he turn things around this year? Here are Bell’s odds at Mybookie to lead the NFL in rushing yards in the 2020 regular season as well as his over/under yardage total. Odds to win NFL rushing title: +3500 Over/under rushing yards:

Posted: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 10:53, EDT

Joe Flacco is likely near the end of his career, which included a Super Bowl MVP Award in one of the best postseasons ever. Nowadays, Flacco is a backup QB on the Jets who will not be ready for Week 1. Here are Flacco’s odds at Mybookie to win 2020 NFL Comeback Player of the Year as well as the

Posted: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 12:55, EDT

The Jets paid former Ravens linebacker CJ Mosley a ton of cash in free agency before the 2019 season but New York didn’t get its money’s worth with Mosley limited to just two games due to injury. Here are Mosley’s odds at Mybookie to win 2020 NFL Comeback Player of the Year as well as the Jets’ over/under win total.

Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 8:36, EDT

Hard not to root for a guy like former Cal safety Ashtyn Davis as he was a third-round pick of the New York Jets after beginning his NCAA career as a walk-on. Here are Davis’ odds at Mybookie to win 2020 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year as well as the Jets’ over/under win total. Odds to win Defensive Rookie

Posted: Friday, June 5, 2020 3:33, EDT

Baylor receiver Denzel Mims was considered a first-round talent by many scouts entering the 2020 NFL Draft, but the New York Jets stole him midway through the second round. Here are Mims’ odds at Mybookie to win 2020 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year as well as the Jets’ over/under win total. Odds to win Offensive Rookie of the Year:

Posted: Friday, May 29, 2020 2:37, EDT

The New York Jets already had star Le’Veon Bell on the roster as the clear-cut starter at tailback, but they still took Florida’s Lamical Perine in the fourth round of the draft. Here are Perine’s odds at Mybookie to win 2020 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year as well as the Jets’ over/under win total. Odds to win Offensive Rookie

Posted: Monday, May 4, 2020 2:09, EDT

With the legendary Tom Brady taking his act out of New England for the warmer pastures of Tampa Bay, the perennially-powerful Patriots look like they could be in for the fight of their lives as they seek to extend their 11-year streak of coming out on top in the once, competitive AFC East. NFL AFC East Divisional Odds After Draft

Posted: Thursday, April 30, 2020 1:04, EDT

In most divisions in the NFL, we see teams dominate for a couple of seasons before giving way to another team to take over for a while. It’s all part of the business of a league where the salary cap dictates the rise and fall of many teams. One of the exceptions to the rule is the AFC East, which

2020 New York Jets Season Betting Info

With No. 3 first-round pick overall and a GM who isn’t afraid to trade down for the right deal, there’s a lot of “wait and see” scenarios happening. Maccagnan also faces the fact that he doesn’t have a great draft track record, meaning his job may be on the line if he doesn’t do it right. Raiders could try to make a deal since they’re in need of a good QB and want to get ahead of the Giants No. 6 pick.

They do have a few needs, a good cornerback will serve the Jets well, they’re worse off now than they were at the end of the season. They’ll likely get the best pick they can in the draft at No. 3, defensive lineman, Quinnen Williams. We won’t know if the Jets trade down likely until the Cardinals and 49ers have done their picks.

 

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