Aaron Rodgers

  • Aaron Rodgers officially tore his Achilles and is out for the rest of the season.
  • Super Bowl odds for the New York Jets fell from +1800 to +5000 without Rodgers.
  • The New York Jets AFC East odds lengthened from +275 to +450 despite a divisional win.

NEW YORK – An unfortunate season-ending injury to quarterback Aaron Rodgers has New York Jets betting odds falling off the rails. The Jets had +1800 odds to win the Super Bowl before the game and now are +5000 after Rodgers officially tore his Achilles.

Despite defeating the Buffalo Bills without Rodgers, legal NFL betting sites don’t have faith in Zach Wilson leading the Jets to a Super Bowl.

New York Jets Super Bowl 58 Odds Movement

Odds September 11 Before Rodgers Injury Odds on September 12 After Rodgers Injury
+1800 +5000

The Jets defense was good enough to get them a 22-16 overtime victory against the Buffalo Bills, but legal sports betting odds show their chances of winning the Super Bowl without Rodgers are slim.

Rodgers is a four-time MVP winner and a future Hall of Famer. A loss of that magnitude unsurprisingly shakes up the betting board for the Super Bowl and Divisional odds.

Miami Dolphins Take Over AFC East Betting Board

Without Aaron Rodgers, the Jets are back to being a similar team as the 7-10 squad last season. Meanwhile, the Buffalo Bills loss to the Jets without Rodgers makes the Miami Dolphins the team to beat in the AFC East.

AFC East Betting Odds

  • Miami Dolphins +140
  • Buffalo Bills +145
  • New York Jets +450
  • New England Patriots +900

The Miami Dolphins stand alone in legal Florida sports betting odds for the AFC East winner. They impressed in a 36-34 win over the Los Angeles Chargers that saw quarterback Tua Tagovailoa throw for 466 passing yards and three touchdowns.

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