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Betting lines for every Jets game of 2017 regular season

By Luis Tirado Jr.
May 5, 2017; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets safety Jamal Adams (33) during New York Jets mini rookie camp at Atlantic Health Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports
May 5, 2017; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets safety Jamal Adams (33) during New York Jets mini rookie camp at Atlantic Health Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports
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Betting lines have recently come out for every single regular season NFL game in 2017. For the New York Jets, things aren’t looking so good.

Whether you want to call 2017 a rebuilding year for the New York Jets or not, it’s still going to be a tough season ahead regardless. Coming off a 5-11 record last season, the Jets are ushering in a youth movement and hoping that they’re able to field a younger and at the very least, competitive team this upcoming season.

In an article written by Ben Fawkes of ESPN, he posted the betting lines by CG Technology for every NFL game in Weeks 1-17 with the limit being $300. Keep in mind that Week 17 is excluded since, by that time, most teams heading into the NFL Playoffs tend to sit their key players, especially quarterbacks, to keep them healthy for a potential Super Bowl run.

Below are the betting lines from his article specifically on the Jets:

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Week 1: Jets at Bills (-6)

Week 2: Jets at Raiders (-8.5)

Week 3: Dolphins (-2) at Jets

Week 4: Jaguars at Jets (-1)

Week 5: Jets at Browns (PK)

Week 6: Patriots (-9.5) at Jets

Week 7: Jets at Dolphins (-8.5)

Week 8: Falcons (-7) at Jets

Week 9: Bills (-1.5) at Jets

Week 12: Panthers (-3) at Jets

Week 13: Chiefs (-4.5) at Jets

Week 14: Jets at Broncos (-9)

Week 15: Jets at Saints (-6.5)

Week 16: Chargers at Jets (PK)

With the 2017 NFL Draft in the books, the Jets are hoping to have a season that shows progression by their developmental players. Ideally, when all is said and done, the Jets want to be defined by showing the potential of all their younger players and not necessarily by the final wins and losses column.

Next: Josh McCown ready to groom future quarterbacks

It’ll be a tough sell to fans of the Jets since most New Yorkers aren’t patient by any stretch of the imagination. It would be surprising if the Jets are even able to at least match or even surpass more than five wins in 2017 but one never knows what can happen in the NFL. Either way, for those interested in betting on Jets games in 2017, do so with caution. The Jets will more than likely not win many football games so chances are, you might be better off betting on another team if you want to make some decent earnings.

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