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New York Jets @ New England Patriots spread, odds

  • New York Jets: +4.5 (-110)
  • New England Patriots: -4.5 (-110)

All odds via FanDuel Sportsbook

After a thrilling Week 9 win over the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium, the New York Jets had their bye in Week 10. The Jets are now set to head to Foxborough for a massive divisional test against the New England Patriots where they open as 4.5-point road underdogs.

New York Jets @ New England Patriots moneyline

  • New York Jets: +175
  • New England Patriots: -210

The Jets are +175 on the moneyline, meaning a $100 bet would pay out a $175 profit.

New York is looking to snap a 13-game losing streak to the New England Patriots. The Jets’ last win against New England came at MetLife Stadium on December 27, 2015, where Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a game-winning touchdown pass to Eric Decker in overtime.

The Jets lost to the Patriots just three weeks ago at MetLife Stadium by a final score of 22-17. It was a miserable day for Zach Wilson as he threw three costly interceptions that he would love to have back.

The Jets have been road warriors all season, going undefeated in their first four away games. New York is winning on the road by an average of 7.3 points per game.

New York Jets @ New England Patriots over-under

  • New York Jets at New England Patriots over-under: 39.5
  • Over: -110
  • Under: -110

It’s another divisional game for the Jets, meaning the trends show this game will stay under the total. It is a relatively low total for today’s NFL standards but I think it is a good number when looking at these two teams.

The Jets’ offense always seems to struggle against Bill Belichick. Furthermore, in Zach Wilson’s short career so far, his two fully played games against the Patriots are probably his worst as a professional quarterback.

New York’s defense has been traveling well this season as they are only allowing 17.3 points per game on the road. Cornerbacks D.J. Reed and Sauce Gardner have led the way for the defense that is only giving up 226 passing yards per game.

In their Week 8 matchup against this Patriots offense, the Jets’ defense played extremely well. The Patriots got the ball around mid-field countless times and the Jets only allowed one touchdown.

In this Week 11 divisional game, the two defenses drastically outweigh the offenses they will be going against. I expect this game to stay under the total.

New York Jets @ New England Patriots injuries

Jets wide receiver Corey Davis is listed as day-to-day to start the week. Getting him back on the field would be a huge addition for New York.

Offensive tackle Max Mitchell’s 21-day practice window opened Monday while George Fant is still ruled out. Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins, who is enjoying a nice bounce-back season, was also ruled out.

The Patriots enter Week 11 as the healthier team. According to Dakota Randall of NESN, the only player not spotted at practice for the Patriots was DaMarcus Mitchell. Devante Parker has also re-joined the team after suffering a knee injury in Week 8 against the New York Jets.

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Brendan Vander Vliet is a writer who specializes in NFL gambling content. Everything from spreads, totals, props, etc. is covered. Email: bvander_vliet[at]live.com
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