- The Jacksonville Jaguars hold the one game spread advantage (9-7 ATS) in their all-time matchups vs the NY Jets.
- Other trends suggest the Jets could win and cover if the line moves their way, as the TNF betting odds opened as a pick ‘em.
- 38.5 points is the second lowest over-under in matchup history, and the over has hit in 8 of the last 10 meetings.
NEW YORK – For Thursday Night Football, the Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets are a pick ‘em.
The Jaguars’ betting history is against them should it turn toward the Jets. Games where the Jets are a home favorite, they are 6-2 SU vs. Jacksonville.
The Jags have scored at least 20 in all five of the last meetings… but that ranged from 2015-2021 and didn’t consist of facing Robert Salah.
Watching The Line Movement
The home team has been favored in 13 of their matchups, so if the line heads towards the Jags, it would be a rarity. So, hopping on the Jets early before any line movement occurs is best for those backing New York.
With a few conference battles over the years, the stats show success for betting on the Jets too.
Jets-Jags Conference Trends
- The Jags are 1-11 SU (4-8 ATS) on the road vs the AFC East since 2011.
- The Jets are 11-4 SU (10-4-1 ATS) as the home team against the AFC South since 2006.
With a total of 38.5 points, oddsmakers haven’t adjusted their over-under much, with only two of the 16 meetings having a projected total above 42 points.
In other words, NFL sportsbooks often undersell these team’s offensive abilities.
Trends For The Over
- The Jaguars offense has scored 20+ in six of the last eight games against the Jets. The over hit in all eight of those games.
- The over is 7-4 in Jets games in December having a spread within a field goal.
Are you following the bet and betting over 38.5 points?
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