The Jets did not do a very good job at all recently, but they are 4-3 SU and 5-2 ATS in their last seven games that they played as home dogs. This week, New York will again be in this position when they face the Patriots – champions of the AFC East – at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, in a game that price per head bookmaking services believe could be very intriguing.
The betting line opened with the Patriots as the favorites by 10 points, and 47 was the total.
New England just beat Miami 41-13, and they were easily able to cover as the favorites by nine points. During the half, the Patriots had a lead of 14-13, and were then able to score 3 TD’s in the game’s third quarter. Now, New England are 9-1 SU as well as 8-2 ATS since that fiasco took place in Week 4 against the Chiefs.
The Patriots are level at 11-3 with the Broncos for the AFC’s top record, and they own the tiebreaker after November’s 43-21 beating of Denver. In scoring, New England are leading the NFL at 32 PPG, helped by a margin of over 11 turnovers, which is ranked at fourth place in the league.
New York were just able to break a losing streak of three games after they beat the Titans last week 16-11, covering the game as the road favorites by three points. The Jets gave Tennessee a lead of 8-3 in the third quarter, but they were able to score a couple of TD’s in the game’s final 18 minutes.
In the past three weeks, the Jets lost were beaten by Miami but were able to cover, lost to the Vikings in overtime, and took out the Titans. New York were undervalued when it came to the betting lines, and went 3-0 ATS in their last three games of this rivalry.
In October, the Jets gave the Patriots a very tough challenge before they were beaten 27-25. New York lost in Foxborough last year because of a field goal, and then at MetLife they were able to win in overtime.
Many fans are confident that the Patriots will take out the Jets in this matchup, but there are others who believe that New York will keep this game close perhaps to the very end. Taking into account the results of the series’ last three games, price per head bookmaking services believe that it might be a good idea to go with the Jets this time around.
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