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The New York Jets play their home games at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. They share their home with the New York Giants. Founded initially as the Titans of New York back in 1959, the team its current name in 1964 and have been mainstays in the league ever since the NFL/AFL merger in 1970.
The Jets in the AFC East and have won just two division championships in the NFL and haven't reached the Super Bowl since doing so in 1968 as part of the AFL. Outside of the Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns (who have never reached the Super Bowl), the Jets' absence from the big game is the longest drought in the NFL.
They went to the AFC Championship Game two years running in 2009 and 2010 but haven't reached the playoffs since, and it has become a franchise known for its dysfunction rather than its play on the field.
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The Jets' starting quarterback has produced some intriguing results:
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While the New York Jets haven't been one of the most successful teams in the NFL for sometime, that doesn't mean they haven't had some tremendous players on their roster. They will also have star players, and finding the correct information on the quarterbacks, wide receivers and running backs could be the difference between a winning or losing bet.
If you want to bet on the New York Jets to win over any of their AFC rivals or any other opponents in the regular season or playoff games, you have reached the right site. We provide historical game stats to give you a push in the direction when picking any NFL prop bets.
Running Back Stats
The Jets' running backs have been producing some big numbers and could help you win player prop bets:
For any winning bet to come through, you need to know who will be in or out of the lineup come gameday. Stay informed with all the team's comings and goings throughout the week right up until they name their inactive list and NFL lineups before kickoff. This will help you stay ahead of pack at online sports betting sites.
Wide Receiver Stats
The Jets' wide receivers are proving some people wrong this season:
The New York Jets' lack of a Super Bowl appearance in the NFL is a glaring miss for one of the league's largest markets. However, with each new season brings greater hope of getting closer to the ultimate prize. The Jets actually have a 100 percent record from the lone Super Bowl appearance they made as part of the AFL. If they make it to the title game, will they be able to keep up the record?
Here are the New York jets Super Bowl betting odds for 2023:
To compete in the AFC, the Jets have to run the gamut of the NFL's quarterbacks. It remains to be seen if they have the firepower to compete. Here are the latest odds on the Jets to win the AFC.
Between 1998 and 2010, the Jets made the playoffs a total of seven times, but they have failed to reach the postseason since then. But with a young, rebuilding roster, hope springs eternal among the fanbase that better times could be ahead. They first need to make it out of the AFC East before taking on the rest of the NFL.
Access the latest recent information about receivers, the team's lineup, and members of special squads.
|60||Connor McGovern||C||6'4''||306 lbs||1993/04/27 (30)||Missouri|
|42||Thomas Hennessy||C||6'2''||246 lbs||1994/06/11 (29)||Duke|
|71||Wes Schweitzer||OL||6'4''||300 lbs||1993/09/11 (30)||San Jose State|
|2||Zach Wilson||QB||6'2''||214 lbs||1999/08/03 (24)||BYU|
|8||Aaron Rodgers||QB||6'2''||223 lbs||1983/12/02 (39)||California|
|7||Tim Boyle||QB||6'4''||232 lbs||1994/10/03 (29)||Eastern Kentucky|
|14||Trevor Siemian||QB||6'3''||220 lbs||1991/12/26 (31)||Northwestern|
|20||Breece Hall||RB||6'1''||220 lbs||2001/05/31 (22)||Iowa State|
|32||Michael Carter||RB||5'8''||201 lbs||1999/05/07 (24)||North Carolina|
|33||Dalvin Cook||RB||5'10''||210 lbs||1995/08/10 (28)||Florida State|
|35||Xazavian Valladay||RB||6'0''||198 lbs||1998/07/03 (25)||Arizona State|
|25||Israel Abanikanda||RB||5'11''||215 lbs||2002/10/05 (20)||Pittsburgh|
|81||Zack Kuntz||TE||6'8''||251 lbs||1999/06/09 (24)||Old Dominion|
|89||Jeremy Ruckert||TE||6'5''||250 lbs||2000/08/11 (23)||Ohio State|
|87||C.J. Uzomah||TE||6'5''||271 lbs||1993/01/14 (30)||Auburn|
|88||Kenny Yeboah||TE||6'3''||250 lbs||1998/10/30 (24)||Ole Miss|
|83||Tyler Conklin||TE||6'3''||254 lbs||1995/07/30 (28)||Central Michigan|
|17||Garrett Wilson||WR||6'0''||192 lbs||2000/07/22 (23)||Ohio State|
|19||Irvin Charles||WR||6'4''||219 lbs||1997/04/13 (26)||Indiana (Pa.)|
|16||Jason Brownlee||WR||6'2''||198 lbs||1999/01/30 (24)||Southern Miss|
|14||Diontae Spencer||WR||5'8''||170 lbs||1992/03/19 (31)||McNeese State|
|82||Xavier Gipson||WR||5'9''||189 lbs||2001/03/08 (22)||Stephen F. Austin|
|18||Randall Cobb||WR||5'10''||192 lbs||1990/08/22 (33)||Kentucky|
|86||Malik Taylor||WR||6'3''||220 lbs||1995/12/21 (27)||Ferris State|
|6||Mecole Hardman||WR||5'10''||187 lbs||1998/03/12 (25)||Georgia|
|10||Allen Lazard||WR||6'5''||227 lbs||1995/12/11 (27)||Iowa State|
|33||Jimmy Moreland||CB||5'11''||182 lbs||1995/08/26 (28)||James Madison|
|40||Nehemiah Shelton||CB||6'2''||185 lbs||1999/09/13 (24)||San Jose State|
|26||Brandin Echols||CB||5'10''||175 lbs||1997/10/16 (25)||Kentucky|
|4||D.J. Reed||CB||5'9''||188 lbs||1996/11/11 (26)||Kansas State|
|34||Justin Hardee||CB||6'1''||200 lbs||1994/02/07 (29)||Illinois|
|40||Javelin Guidry||CB||5'9''||191 lbs||1998/08/06 (25)||Utah|
|37||Bryce Hall||CB||6'1''||202 lbs||1997/11/05 (25)||Virginia|
|31||Craig James||CB||5'10''||195 lbs||1996/04/29 (27)||Southern Illinois|
|29||Jarrick Bernard-Converse||CB||6'1''||197 lbs||2000/04/29 (23)||LSU|
|1||Sauce Gardner||CB||6'3''||200 lbs||2000/08/31 (23)||Cincinnati|
|30||Michael Carter II||CB||5'10''||184 lbs||1999/03/08 (24)||Duke|
|91||John Franklin-Myers||DL||6'4''||288 lbs||1996/09/26 (27)||Stephen F. Austin|
|72||Micheal Clemons||DL||6'5''||270 lbs||1997/08/21 (26)||Texas A&M|
|45||Hamsah Nasirildeen||LB||6'3''||215 lbs||1999/01/17 (24)||Florida State|
|57||C.J. Mosley||LB||6'2''||231 lbs||1992/06/19 (31)||Alabama|
|44||Jamien Sherwood||LB||6'2''||216 lbs||2000/01/12 (23)||Auburn|
|41||Marcelino McCrary-Ball||LB||6'0''||214 lbs||1999/03/23 (24)||Indiana|
|52||Sam Eguavoen||LB||6'0''||236 lbs||1993/02/22 (30)||Texas Tech|
|46||Maalik Hall||LB||6'3''||235 lbs||1999/02/04 (24)||Southeastern Oklahoma|
|55||Chazz Surratt||LB||6'2''||233 lbs||1997/02/16 (26)||North Carolina|
|43||Caleb Johnson||LB||6'1''||235 lbs||1998/07/14 (25)||Miami (Fla.)|
|53||Zaire Barnes||LB||6'1''||232 lbs||1999/09/03 (24)||Western Michigan|
|56||Quincy Williams||LB||5'11''||225 lbs||1996/08/28 (27)||Murray State|
|23||Chuck Clark||S||6'0''||210 lbs||1995/04/19 (28)||Virginia Tech|
|36||Tyreque Jones||S||6'2''||195 lbs||1999/01/04 (24)||Boise State|
|38||Trey Dean||S||6'2''||200 lbs||2000/02/29 (23)||Florida|
|0||Adrian Amos||S||6'0''||218 lbs||1993/04/29 (30)||Penn State|
|21||Ashtyn Davis||S||6'1''||202 lbs||1996/10/10 (26)||California|
|3||Jordan Whitehead||S||5'10''||198 lbs||1997/03/18 (26)||Pittsburgh|
|9||Greg Zuerlein||K||6'0''||187 lbs||1987/12/27 (35)||Missouri Western|
|15||Austin Seibert||K||5'9''||200 lbs||1996/11/15 (26)||Oklahoma|
|5||Thomas Morstead||P||6'4''||225 lbs||1986/03/08 (37)||SMU|