NFL Pro Football 2016 New York Jets Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The New York Jets in the 2015 season concluded play with a 10-6 record. In most seasons winning 10 games is good enough for a playoff spot. Due to many down teams in the AFC the 10 wins were not enough as the Jets lost a tiebreaker to the Steelers for the final wildcard spot and failed to make the playoffs. There were a total of five teams with fewer than six wins in the AFC Conference last year.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the New York Jets lined at 7 ½ wins with over lined at -125 odds and under the total bringing back -105 odds.

When analyzing the Jets wins in 2015 they beat a lot of mediocre teams. Their best victories came at home to New England in overtime and a home victory to Washington. Their other eight wins were against losing teams. New York had the fourth rated defense in the league and saw their offense improve to the top half of the league since struggling during the Rex Ryan’s years as head coach. The quarterback situation was up in the air during the offseason. As the draft came and went and free agency period saw the notables sign elsewhere the Jets made a play to keep Ryan Fitzpatrick with the team by offering a one year contract. Fitzpatrick has been a journeyman around the league with stops at Houston, Tennessee, Buffalo, Cincinnati and the Rams. He started all 16 games in 2015 for the Jets and completed 59.6% of his passes for a career high 3905 yards and 31 touchdowns. He threw 15 picks and had a passer rating of 88. Geno Smith has been relegated to the backup role and also in camp are Bryce Petty and rookie Christian Hackenberg. Teams keep 2-3 quarterbacks on the roster so one of those will be cut or traded. A big acquisition at the running back position was free agent signee Matt Forte. The veteran is a huge threat out of the backfield in the passing game. He spent nine years with the Bears. His best year was in 2014 where he rushed for 1038 yards and caught 102 passes for 808 yards. Brandon Marshall remains with the Jets and is the main target in the passing game. Marshall played in all 16 games in his first season with the Jets and caught 109 balls for 1502 yards with career high 14 touchdowns.

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