New York Jets Odds: Super Bowl, Division & More | Week 13

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After their Black Friday loss to the Miami Dolphins, the New York Jets' (4-7) Super Bowl odds dipped this week. I will be tracking New York sports betting sites daily from now until the end of the season, following the Jets odds to win the Super Bowl, conference, division and more.

New York Jets Odds: Super Bowl, Division & More

The Jets' Super Bowl 58 odds are +80000, according to FanDuel NY. The Jets have the 21st best odds to win the Super Bowl in 2024 with odds of 800-1. After their loss to the Dolphins, the Jets odds dipped from 210-1 to 800-1 this week. The Jets are +43000 to win the AFC and +50000 to win the AFC East.

👑 Jets Super Bowl Odds+80000
🏆 Odds to Win AFC+43000
⭐ Odds to Win AFC East+50000
🔥 Odds to Make Playoffs+1800

The Jets' Super Bowl odds dipped after their 34-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 12. In Week 13, the Jets entertain the Atlanta Falcons Sunday afternoon. BetRivers NY, PointsBet NY and DraftKings NY has the shortest odds at +20000. BetMGM NY has the longest odds at +75000.

The Jets hit rock bottom on Friday in their 34-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins. The Jets are 4-7 on the year and have now lost four straight games as they get set to entertain the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at MetLife. They are currently at +43000 at FanDuel Sportsbook NY to win the AFC. The Jets are also the third betting choice behind the Dolphins and Bills at every major NY sportsbook to win the AFC East, ahead of the New England Patriots.

New York Jets Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds

We will be tracking the Jets Super Bowl odds each and every week during the NFL regular season and will update the odds and the market fluctuation.

Preseason+1600
After Week 1+6000
After Week 2+7000
After Week 3+13000
After Week 4+13000
After Week 5+13000
After Week 6+9000
After Week 7+9000
After Week 8+6000
After Week 9+7500
After Week 10+17000
After Week 11+21000
After Week 12+80000

Latest Updates Impacting Jets Odds to Win Super Bowl

  • 🗓️ November 14: Jets release RB Michael Carter.
  • 🗓️ October 31: Signed OL Rodger Saffold and DL Jalyn Holmes to the practice squad. Placed C Connor McGovern, G Wes Schweitzer and DT Al Woods on injured reserve.
  • 🗓️ October 18: Traded WR Mecole Hardman to Kansas City.
  • 🗓️ October 14: Placed CB Justin Hardee on injured reserve. Promoted DB Craig James and DB Ke'Montae Hayes to the active roster from the practice squad. Signed OL Carter Warren to the active roster.
  • 🗓️ October 11: Placed OL Alijah Vera-Tucker on injured reserve.
  • 🗓️ October 7: Promoted DB Craig James and WR Irv Charles to the active roster from the practice squad.
  • 🗓️ October 3 : Signed CBs Craig James, Tae Hayes and Kalon Barnes to the practice squad. Released OT Cedric Ogbuehi, OL Chris Glaser and CB Nehemiah Shelton from the practice squad.
  • 🗓️ September 26: The Jets sign QB Trevor Siemian to the practice squad.
  • 🗓️ September 18: The Jets fall to 1 and 1 on the season with a 30-10 loss in Dallas against the Cowboys. QB Zach Wilson struggled as he threw three interceptions. The Jets ran for just 64 yards and the Jets defense was shredded as they allowed 382 total yards to Dallas in the loss.
  • 🗓️ September 11: The Jets began the season 1-0 with a win over the Bills, but at a cost: the team lost QB Aaron Rodgers for the season due to an Achilles injury.

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Key Contributors Toward Jets Super Bowl Odds

The Jets have now lost four straight games and are 4-7 as they get set to entertain Atlanta on Sunday afternoon.

The Jets will start Tim Boyle at quarterback once again this week. It does not matter at this point, the offense is broken. They are averaging a tad over 260 yards per game and just under 15 points per game. It continues to be the headline and the reason for the Jets' struggles this year. They are terrible on third-down conversions and have scored just 10 offensive touchdowns in 11 games. They looked to Tim Boyle for a spark at quarterback and no spark was provided. It is not all of his fault though. The offensive line is a mess and the offensive coaching staff has shown little to no creativity as well.

The strength for the Jets has been their defense, but they showing signs of getting worn down as well. They are really good, but not great. The Jets' secondary is anchored by a pair of quality cornerbacks in D.J. Reed and Sauce Gardner. Linebacker C.J. Mosley leads the team in tackles with 114 on the season. The Jets have 28 sacks as a team.

Sadly enough, the focus once again has turned away from the field and toward the potential return of Aaron Rodgers. The Jets would be foolish to have him return this season given the fact that their playoff chances are remote. But this is Rodgers organization and I do not think their is another player in the NFL that has more power than Rodgers. As the Jets continue to fail on the field, a report came out this week that GM Joe Douglas, coach Robert Saleh and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett will all return next season because of Rodgers. If the Jets are to get back into any playoff picture this season in the AFC, they must defeat the Falcons on Sunday.

Where Can I Bet on the Jets to Win the Super Bowl?

You can bet the New York Jets to win the Super Bowl at any number of nationally recognized, reputable betting apps located in each state. DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM, Caesars and others are certain to offer odds on every other NFL team besides the New York Jets to win the Super Bowl. 

As a tip: pay attention to our experts as they break down the best NY sportsbook promos for the Jets each week. Individuals looking to bet on the Jets may want to take advantage of these promotions.

2023 New York Jets Offseason Timeline

  • 🗓️ August 17: RB Breece Hall returned to the first-team offense ... RT Mekhi Becton took 11-on-11 reps.
  • 🗓️ August 15: RB Dalvin Cook, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, signed a one-year contract.
  • 🗓️ July 19: Jets trade WR Denzel Mims to the Lions for two late-round draft picks. Mims was the odd man out of the wide receiver rotation.
  • 🗓️ May 11: The NFL announces the Jets will kick off Monday Night Football this season.
  • 🗓️ May 3: Former Packers WR Randall Cobb reunites with his one-time QB on the Jets.
  • 🗓️ May 2: The Jets decline OT Mekhi Becton's fifth-year option.
  • 🗓️ April 30: Pittsburgh OT Carter Warren, Pittsburgh RB Israel Abanikanda, Western Michigan LB Zaire Barnes, LSU DB Jarrick Bernard-Converse and Old Dominion TE Zack Kuntz are drafted to the Jets on Day 3 of the 2023 NFL Draft.
  • 🗓️ April 29: The Jets draft Wisconsin OL Joe Tippmann in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft.
  • 🗓️ April 28: The Jets draft Iowa St. edge rusherWill McDonald IV with the No. 15 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
  • 🗓️ April 24: The Jets re-sign C Connor McGovern.
  • 🗓️ April 24: The Jets trade for QB Aaron Rodgers becomes official.
  • 🗓️ April 7: The Jets sign punter Thomas Morstead.
  • 🗓️ April 6: The Jets sign QB Tim Boyle and DL Quinton Jefferson.
  • 🗓️ March 23: WR Elijah Moore is traded to the Browns for a second-round draft pick. The Jets sign former Chiefs WR Mecole Hardman Jr.
  • 🗓️ March 17: The Jets sign WR Allen Lazard, a former Packers teammate of Aaron Rodgers. The Jets also re-sign DT Solomon Thomas.
  • 🗓️ March 16: The Jets re-sign kicker Greg Zuerlein.
  • 🗓️ March 15: The Ravens trade for safety Chuck Clark to the Jets.
  • 🗓️ March 15: The Jets release WR Braxton Berrios.
  • 🗓️ March 14: Then-Packer Aaron Rodgers says publicly for the first time that he intends to play for the Jets in 2023 after months of speculation about his return to Green Bay.
  • 🗓️ Jan. 26: Former Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett was announced as the Jets offensive coordinator. Hackett previously coached Aaron Rodgers with Green Bay as their offensive coordinator from 2019-2021.

Popular Types of Sports Betting on Jets Odds

Super Bowl Futures

Super Bowl futures are about finding a team that you think can win the Super Bowl before the actual matchup is reached. The New York Jets odds are +80000 to win the Super Bowl according to FanDuel Sportsbook NY.

Prop Bets

Prop Bets are not tied to the outcome of an NFL game. Each week there are hundreds of prop bets offered during the NFL regular season. Prop bets can range from passing yards to sacks and everything in between.

Point Spread

A point spread is the way of balancing out two teams, either giving or taking away points. The goal is to try and get bets on both sides of the number. The Jets are 6.5 point underdogs in their Week 11 match-up Sunday in Buffalo against the Bills.

Live Betting

Analyze the live betting markets as the game take places and take advantage of momentum or trends during the course of action.

Bonus Bets

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New York Jets Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions

The Jets defense has been really good overall this season. Linebackers Quincy Williams and C.J. Mosley make plays sideline to sideline. They have 28 sacks as a group on the season so far. The Jets defense will continue to keep their team in games, but the offense is dreadful. They have scored just 10 offensive touchdowns and are starting their third different quarterback in Tim Boyle.

The Jets have failed this season on multiple levels. From an organizational perspective, they failed in not having a veteran backup quarterback should Rodgers go down to injury, which he did four plays into the season. The defense is playoff-caliber, but the offensive coaching staff has failed to generate any kind of spark. The offensive line has been a hindrance as well and OC Nathaniel Hackett has shown little to no creativity in his play calling as well. The Jets visually and statistically are one of the worst offense in the NFL with no signs of life.

Coach Robert Saleh has a playoff-caliber defense, but he and his staff have done a poor job coaching this team this season. Going into Week 13, the Jets are not a realistic Super Bowl contender based on play and results. They have their work cut out for them just to get back to being serious playoff contenders in the AFC. They are looking to snap a four-game losing streak on Sunday at home against the Falcons.

New York Jets Super Bowl History

The Jets won their only Super Bowl appearance against the Baltimore Colts in 1969 behind Hall of Fame QB Joe Namath. Their most recent playoff appearance was in 2010.

Below, I broke down more about the history of the Jets in Super Bowls, including answering the most frequently asked questions.

Have the New York Jets Ever Won the Super Bowl?

Yes, the New York Jets won Super Bowl III. Unfortunately, Jets fans must be in their late 50s or older to recall when the 1969 New York Jets (11-3 that season) under HC Weeb Ewbank won their only Super Bowl championship with "Broadway" Joe Namath under center. Namath made "The Guarantee" to reporters in the week leading up to the Super Bowl that his underdog Jets would upset the Baltimore Colts, led by Hall of Fame head coach Don Shula. Namath didn't throw or score a touchdown in the game, but was named Super Bowl MVP. Super Bowl III was the first NFL title game to use the "Super Bowl" moniker and marked the first victory for the AFL.

How Many Super Bowls Have the New York Jets Won?

The New York Jets have won one Super Bowl championship in 1969. They've made playoff appearances in 13 seasons and advanced to the AFC Championship Game four times in franchise history. They last visited the playoffs in 2010 when they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Championship Game. That was their second straight AFC championship appearance at the time. This playoff drought now stretches 13 years and is the longest active streak among NFL teams. So the arrival of Rodgers is sure to usher in a new era of hope for Jets fans.

How Many Times Have the New York Jets Won the Super Bowl?

The New York Jets have won the Super Bowl once, in 1969. The Jets have never returned to the Super Bowl, making them one of two NFL teams to win their lone Super Bowl appearance, along with the Saints, and making them one of four teams (along with the Browns, Jaguars and Texans) to never win an official AFC Championship Game. In total the Jets have won their division four times in team history.

Have the New York Jets Ever Been to the Super Bowl?

Yes, the Jets won Super Bowl III against the Baltimore Colts in 1969. They also competed in the AFC Championship Games in 2009 and 2010, which both resulted in losses.

How Many Times Have the New York Jets Been to the AFC Championship Game?

Since 1968, the Jets have appeared in the playoffs thirteen times and the AFC Championship game on 4 occasions. The Jets last appeared in the AFC Title game in 2010 where they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Jets lost 24-19 and their second half rally fell short. 2010 was the last year the Jets made it to the playoffs.

Preseason Jets Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000

The table below lists the New York Jets odds to win the Super Bowl every year since 2000.

📆 2022-2023Preseason Odds = +1800
📆 2021-2022Preseason Odds = +15000
📆 2020-2021Preseason Odds = +20000
📆 2019-2020Preseason Odds = +6000
📆 2018-2019Preseason Odds = +20000
📆 2017-2018Preseason Odds = +100000
📆 2016-2017Preseason Odds = +5000
📆 2015-2016Preseason Odds = +10000
📆 2014-2015Preseason Odds = +6000
📆 2013-2014Preseason Odds = +12500
📆 2012-2013Preseason Odds = +3300
📆 2011-2012Preseason Odds = +1200
📆 2010-2011Preseason Odds = +1200
📆 2009-2010Preseason Odds = +4000
📆 2008-2009Preseason Odds = +2500
📆 2007-2008Preseason Odds = +4000
📆 2006-2007Preseason Odds = +10000
📆 2005-2006Preseason Odds = +2000
📆 2004-2005Preseason Odds = +2800
📆 2003-2004Preseason Odds = +2800
📆 2002-2003Preseason Odds = +3000
📆 2001-2002Preseason Odds = +2200
📆 2000-2001Preseason Odds = +2000

New York Jets Super Bowl Odds FAQs

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