- The Atlanta Falcons have -145 odds to beat the New York Jets in Week 5.
- The Falcons are 3-point favorites and the total points is set at 45.
LONDON – The NFL is returning to London in the 2021 season after the COVID-19 pandemic kept them from sending any teams to the U.K. in 2020.
Sports betting sites have the Atlanta Falcons odds listed as the favorites, however, the New York Jets odds should not be overlooked at all considering the momentum they have and the injuries that have plagued the Falcons.
Atlanta Falcons Vs. New York Jets
- Moneyline: Falcons (-145) vs. Jets (+125)
- Spread: Falcons -3
- Total: 45 Points
Falcons Vs. Jets Moneyline
This is one week where the Jets NFL odds could turn out very profitable. Across the board, the Jets have had a statistically better season than the Falcons.
The Falcons currently have the worst defense in the league allowing the most point per game (32) and are in the bottom 10 in terms of total yards allowed as well. As for the Jets, they are in the top-15 of the league in the fewest points, passing yards, and total yards allowed.
Also, Calvin Ridley and Russell Gage did not make the trip to London due to personal reasons and injuries.
Coming off of their first win, Zach Wilson had his best games where he went for 297 yards and two touchdowns. With the Falcons allowing 264 passing yards per game, Wilson could be in line for another big one leading the Jets to a victory.
Falcons Vs. Jets Betting Trends
Both teams have a 1-3 record ATS, however, the Falcons are losing to the spread by an average of 9 points while the Jets are missing it by just 5.5 points.
Looking at their previous trends against the spread, the Jets have gone 4-1 in their last five games after putting up less than 90 rush yards in their previous game. The Falcons, on the other hand, have looked terrible. They have gone 1-4 ATS in their last five games overall and are 1-5 in their last six games as the favorites.
Falcons Vs. Jets Game Total
As for the game total, 45 points might seem like an achievable thing to do, but both of these offenses rank in the bottom ten in points scored. The Falcons are putting up 19.5 ppg while the Jets are averaging a league-worst, 11.8 points per game.
In their last seven games overall, the Falcons have gone 5-2 hitting the Under while the Jets have hit the Under in six of their last eight games.
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