The Jets decided to go all in on Ryan Fitzpatrick this year after he led Todd Bowles’ side to a 10-6 record in 2015 – but were made to regret that call after a disappointing campaign. New York finished fourth in the AFC East, losing 11 of their 16 regular season fixtures, the sixth worst record in football. It may seem harsh to place all of the blame on Fitzpatrick’s poor form at the quarterback position but that’s the way the NFL is…
Jets fans don’t really need a reminder that the team finished with a record of just five wins against eleven losses, good for last in the AFC East and a spot way out of contention once again.
In any manual for the training of the cunning in the bookie in black and white is written that you should avoid stakes on the favorite teams. So, how this statement is justified we would like to say.
We are expecting to see a royal beating on the MetLife stadium on December 15. NY Jets are expected to pulverize Miami Dolphins and boy oh boy, are the green fans in for a treat!
We love NY Jets, we really do. But what are the chances for their success especially in a match against the Patriots? New England has already proven their team is among top American players and maybe, just maybe, they are slightly out of NY’s league?
Todd Bowles is in a difficult position. You would think that, as a coach, once you know the best course of action, executing it would be a simple matter. But Todd’s situation is a little complicated. As far as NFL picks go, Bryce Petty isn’t that terrible.
The talented New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick may have to stay away from the field for a while due to an injury he sustained in a recent game. He is scheduled to undergo a medical examination to determine the extent of the damage on Monday. The results of the scan will determine whether or not he continues playing. Something for sure is that with this injury, this will affect the Super Bowl picks a for most Jet’s fans. Continue reading “Will Fitzpatrick’s Injury Prevent Him from Playing Quarterback for the Jets?”
Think the Jets can turn it around and vie for a wild card spot? We analyse their chances and offer our betting expertise
Three weeks into the 2016 NFL season and almost nothing has gone according to plan for the New York Jets. But there is hope that changes soon.
In 2014, North Dakota State’s Marcus Williams found himself without a job after all 32 NFL teams passed on him during the NFL draft. Today, Williams finds himself competing for the starting cornerback job with the New York Jets, thanks to the hard work and dedication he put into his craft. After a 10-6 season, the Jets are NFL betting favorites to make the playoffs, and with Tom Brady sitting out the first four games of the season because of a suspension, they have a great chance to win the AFC East as well.
It’s been five seasons since the Jets have made a playoff appearance, but older New York fans know this kind of drought hasn’t always been the norm. The Jets have as proud a history as any franchise, and (for better or worse) are one of the most exciting and fun teams to watch every season. Regularly undervalued by bookies, they are also one of the most fun teams to wager on.