Jets vs Patriots Betting Line

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In the last game of the NFL Divisional Round, the New York Jets will take on their bitter rival New England Patriots. The Patriots had a bye in the 1st round of the playoffs this season and were able to rest up for this huge game. The Jets however, had a tough battle against the Indianapolis Colts last weekend in the Wild Card round. The Jets beat the Colts 17-16 last week on a last second field goal, which means they were playing hard down to the final play.

Jets at Patriots Playoff Betting Line & Point Spread

These are the latest betting lines from our favorite online sportsbooks. To wager, click on any of the odds or sportsbook links below.


Sportsbook Point Spread Money Line Over/Under
Sportsbook.com Jets +9 (-105)

Patriots -9 (-105)

Jets +320

Patriots -400

44.5 (-110)
BetOnline.com Jets +8.5 (-105)

Patriots -8.5 (-115)

Jets +330

Patriots -400

44 (-110)
Bodog.com Jets +9 (-105)

Patriots -9 (-115)

Jets +325

Patriots -450

44.5 (-110)
Bookmaker.com Jets +8.5 (-110)

Patriots -8.5 (-110)

Jets +330

Patriots -400

44 (-110)
PlayersOnly.com Jets +9 (-105)

Patriots -9 (-105)

Jets +320

Patriots -400

44.5 (-110)
BetUS.com Jets +8.5 (-110)

Patriots -8/5 (-110)

Jets +320

Patriots -400

44 (-110)

New York Jets at New England Patriots Analysis

If it weren’t for the Jets rushing offense this season they would have been eliminated from the playoffs a long time ago. Sanchez hasn’t been having a great season, but Tomlinson and Greene have helped keep the spotlight off of him. New York Jets averaged a total of 22.9 PPG (13th in league), 202.6 passing YPG (22nd in league) and 148.4 rushing YPG (4th in league). With an average just over 200 passing YPG, Sanchez and the WR’s are going to need to work on beating their season average this Sunday.

New England on the other hand averaged 240.4 passing YPG (11th in league) and 123.3 rushing YPG (9th in league). Although they didn’t master either offensive category they still managed to finish 1st in the league with an average of 32.4 PPG. Some of their blowout victories definitely helped their PPG average, but 32.4 PPG is still very impressive. The Jets defense are going to have their hands full trying to stop both the passing and running game of the Patriots this Sunday, but it’s definitely possible.

The Jets have a clear advantage when it comes to defense and that could play a huge role this Sunday. The last time these two teams met during the regular season the Patriots blew the Jets right off the field. However, the Jets have now been able to prepare for the way the Patriots operate their offense and should be able to adjust accordingly. Even with several bad games the Jets defense only allowed an average of 19 PPG (6th in league), 200.6 passing YPG (6th in league) and 90.9 rushing YPG (3rd in league).

New England wasn’t nearly as successful on defense this season, but that doesn’t matter as much when you average more PPG than any other team in the NFL. The Patriots gave up an average of 19.6 PPG (8th in league), 258.5 passing YPG (30th in league) and 108 rushing YPG (11th in league). Part of the reason why they only gave up 19.6 PPG was because their offense was on the field the majority of the time in most games.

New York Jets vs New England Patriots Key Match-Ups

Mark Sanchez vs Patriots Passing Defense

New England had one of the worst passing defenses throughout the season even though they ended up finishing the season with the best overall record in the NFL. Mark Sanchez looked pretty bad in the wild card round and will need to improve this week if they want to beat the Patriots. Braylon Edwards and Santonio Holmes will both need to have a big game in order to keep the Jets in the game. The Patriots are prone to giving up the long pass once in a while, so it’s important that Rex Ryan lets Sanchez loose. The running game won’t be enough in this game for the Jets to win and they’ll need some contributions from their passing game.

Wes Welker vs. Jets Defense

If the Jets can shutdown Wes Welker in this game they’ll have an amazing chance at winning this game outright. Welker has been killing defenses this season and ended the season with 86 receptions and 7 TD’s. The closest receiver on the Patriots in terms of receptions to Welker is Branch with 48 catches on the season. As you can see, Brady relies heavily on Welker in the open field and if the Jets can shut him down completely they’ll be able to disrupt the Patriots offensive flow. The Jets had a the 6th best passing defense in the NFL this season and are more than capable of shutting down any receiver in the game.

New York Jets vs New England Patriots Playoff Prediction

New England absolutely smoked the Jets earlier in the season, but it’s now playoff time and you can’t put much weight into recent regular season match-ups. The public has been hammering the Patriots this week, but I don’t think they’re going to cover the monster spread. The Jets are going to try running the ball from the get-go to keep the clock running and the Patriots offense off of the field. The longer the Pats offense is on the sidelines, the better chance the Jets have of pulling off the upset. We’re going with the Jets +9 (-105) at Sportsbook.com. If you place your bet on Friday you can get reduced juice (-105). If you wait until Saturday or Sunday, it’ll cost you -110.

The best betting line for the Patriots point spread is at Bookmaker.com where you can get the Pat’s -8.5 (-110).

NY Jets vs NE Patriots AFC Playoff Road

Both of these teams battled it out in the AFC East the entire year, but the Patriots ended up winning the division. The Jets didn’t look great on offense last week against the Colts, but they got the victory. Sanchez didn’t throw a single TD pass, but Tomlinson was able to get two short rushing TD’s to help catapult the Jets into the lead. On the last drive of the game Sanchez managed to connect on a few passes, which set-up Nick Folk for the medium range FG to win the game.

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2010 – 2011 Week 13 Game

The New York Jets (9-2) travel to the New England Patriots (9-2) in what should be one of the best football games of the year. Even better, the game is being played on Monday Night Football in front of a national audience. Pour me a Bud!
Both teams played on Thanksgiving Day in week 12, which means they’ve both had plenty of time to rest and prepare for the game. On Thanksgiving, both teams played well, covering the point spread as fairly big favorites. In week 2, the Jets beat the Patriots by a score of 28-14, but this game should be much closer.

New York Jets vs New England Patriots Line

  • New York Jets +4.5 / New England Patriots –4.5
  • Over/Under: 46

The line on this game started at Jets +3.5, but it’s up to +4.5 now, 70 minutes before game time.

Jets vs Patriots Monday Night Football Free Prediction

In the 1st meeting between these two teams the New York Jets won by two touchdowns and surprised a lot of people. Tom Brady looked shaky and threw 2 INT’s in the game while Mark Sanchez didn’t throw any. The Patriots rushing attack was held to about 50 yards the entire game as well and the offense just wasn’t clicking like they are now. The Jets on the other hand were able to run the ball fairly consistently throughout the game.

If the Jets want to keep the game close and have a chance at winning on Monday, they’re going to need another great performance on the ground from Greene and Tomlinson. New England has one of the worst defenses in the NFL this season (giving up 399.1 yds/game), but they’ve been able to shut down the run in recent games. Sanchez should have plenty of time to throw the ball this week and I can’t see him being pressured into too many mistakes.

New England is giving up an average of 288.5 passing yards per game, which is good for last place in the league. Sanchez will need to try and work the ball downfield to Edwards, Holmes and Keller all game long, which will then open up running lanes for the powerful duo in the Jets backfield. With one of the worst defenses in the league, New England has had to score a ton of points to be 9-2 at this point in the season and they actually lead the league with an average of 30.4 points per game.

The Patriots are going to have their hands full as the Jets rank 4th in the NFL, allowing just 17 PPG. Brady will have his chances to beat the Jets secondary and he’s going to need to make the best of those chances because the running game should be non-existent like it was in week 2. The Jets are giving up an average of just 86.3 rushing yards per game this season and nobody in the Patriots backfield is going to worry this defense.

I’m not sure if I’m falling into a trap with this game, but I’m taking the Jets +4.5 points. So far this season the Jets are undefeated on the road while the Patriots are undefeated at home, which means that one of these teams is going to be ruining their perfect record. I’ll be keeping this bet small, as the game could go either way.

At 46, the over/under is a tough one to call. This will come down to the Jets offense and Patriots defense. I won’t be betting the o/u on this game. If I was forced to pick one however, I’d take the over, hoping the Jets can plow through the Patriots weak defense.

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