Jets' Super Bowl LVIII Odds: September 30, 2023
The Jets' Super Bowl 58 odds are +13000, according to DraftKings NY. The Jets have the 25th best odds to win the Super Bowl in 2024 with odds of 130-1. The Jets are tied with the Broncos and Colts and those three teams are only ahead of the Bears, Panthers, Texans and Cardinals. The Jets are +6000 to win the AFC and +2800 to win the AFC East.
The Jets' Super Bowl odds dramatically changed after quarterback Aaron Rodgers suffered a season-ending injury. The Jets lost their second straight game with QB Zach Wilson, falling to the Patriots 15-10 on Sunday. BetRivers NY has the shortest odds at +9000, FanDuel NY are at +12000 and PointsBet NY are at +12500. BetMGM NY has the logest odds at at +15000.
The Jets' odds of winning the AFC have lengthened in every major NY sportsbook as well. The Jets are also the longest shot behind the Dolphins and Bills and Patriots at every major NY sportsbook to win the AFC East.
Jets Super Bowl Odds vs. AFC East
The Jets Super Bowl 58 odds according to DraftKings NY Sports are +13000. If you look at the rest of the AFC East, the Dolphins have the best odds at +900. Bills have the second best odds at +1000. The Patriots have the third best odds in the AFC East to win Super Bowl 58 at +7000.
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.
Latest Updates Impacting Jets Odds to Win SB 58
- 🗓️ 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.
- 🗓️ 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.
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Key Contributors Toward Jets Super Bowl Odds
The Jets' expectations in 2023 were sky high after the acquisition of QB Aaron Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers. That all changed after Rodgers ruptured his achilles tendon in the Jets opening week victory over the Bills and is done for the season. With Zach Wilson at quarterback, the Jets have struggled offensively and have lost the last two weeks to the Cowboys and Patriots.
The Jets defense was thought to be a special group coming into the season, but they have not consistently played like it. They were opportunistic in their opening week victory over the Bills, generating four turnovers. They have not been dominant the last two weeks in losses to Dallas and New England. They will need to play their best game of the season when the Chiefs come to Jersey on Sunday night. Heading into Week Four, the Jets defense is allowing over 20 points-per game and over 350 yards of offense per game.
To go along with the struggles of Wilson at quarterback, the Jets ground game has yet to get untracked too. They are 21st in the NFL in rushing yards per game. There struggles to run the football have a lot to do with the offensive line and also opposing defenses daring Wilson to beat him with his arm. For the Jets to turn this season around, they will need Wilson to play consistently well and play mistake free football and in turn let their defense and ground game take over.
Where Can I Bet on the Jets to Win the Super Bowl?
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New York Jets Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The Jets came into this season with Super Bowl expectations and that all changed after the fourth offensive snap of the season. Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers was lost for the season with a left Achilles injury. Zach Wilson is now the starting quarterback. Maybe it was an Aaron Rodgers injury hangover, but the Jets played poorly in a 30-10 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday. The Jets will need to take care of the football and be able to run it to help out a limited Wilson. The Jets defense is a talented group, but as we saw Sunday in Dallas, they need help.
The AFC East might be the best division in the NFL and the Jets will have their work cut out for them to overtake the Bills and Dolphins without Rodgers. Everything has changed in New York, but this is still a very talented roster, but the quarterback along with the offensive line remain the big question marks.
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. After a Week 2 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the Jets' odds are now +13000 according to DraftKings Sportsbook. The Jets are now 1-2 on the season after two straight losses.
New York Jets Super Bowl Odds FAQs
The New York Jets' odds to win the Super Bowl in 2024 are +13000 at DraftKings sportsbook. Using implied probability, New York has a 0.007% chance to win the Super Bowl 58 in 2024 in Las Vegas.
The Jets' odds are +6000 to win the AFC Championship. They are tied with the Colts for the fourth worst odds in the AFC, ahead of only the Broncos, Raiders and Texans, according to DraftKings Sportsbook.
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The New York Jets have won one Super Bowl in 1969 when they beat the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III behind Joe Namath at quarterback. They were two touchdown underdogs, but Namath famously made his "guarantee" that the Jets would defeat the heavily favored Colts.
The 1969 Super Bowl was the New York Jets one and only Super Bowl appearance, a 16-7 victory over the Baltimore Colts. The Jets have advanced to the AFC Championship Game in 2009 and 2010, but did not win either matchup.
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