New York Jets Season Winning Predictions, Division & Conference Odds

Posted by Eric Williams on Tuesday,August 30, 2016 5:02, EST in

The New York Jets won an eye-opening 10 wins in head coach Todd Bowles first season a year ago and enter the 2016 regular season looking for even bigger and better things moving forward.

With one of the most difficult schedules in the league this season, let’s find out just what lies in store for Bowles and the Jets. Get the updated NFL betting lines here.

New York Jets Season Winning Predictions, Division & Conference Odds

 

 

2016 Regular Season Win Total Odds

Over/Under 8 Wins

Analysis: The New York Jets have a difficult schedule in 2016. I think New York falls at home against Cincinnati, Seattle and New England while dropping road dates against Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Arizona and New England to finish at either 9-7 and just over their 2016 win total odds.

AFC East Division Odds

+650

Analysis: Were it not for their supremely tough schedule, I think it’s possible the Jets could beat out perennial division winning New England. Unfortunately, nine or even 10 wins by the Jets just won’t beat out a Patriots team I see winning at least 11 games in 2016, even with Tom Brady sitting out the Pats’ first four regular season games.

AFC Championship Odds

+1800

Analysis: Unfortunately, New York is likely looking at an identical scenario to last season when they won an impressive 10 games but got left on the outside looking in come playoff time because of tie-breakers. If New York doesn’t win the AFC East, they likely won’t reach the postseason, nullifying their chances of winning the conference crown.

 

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Super Bowl 51 Odds

+4000

Analysis: Unless lightning strikes – twice – there’s no way I see the Jets winning Super Bowl 51. Head coach Todd Bowles is the best defensive genius in the game this side of Denver’s Wade Phillips, but the Jets simply have too difficult a schedule in 2016 to both, reach the postseason or have a legitimate shot of winning Super Bowl 51.