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Odds of winning Super Bowl LII revealed

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FLORHAM PARK, NJ - AUGUST 07: A New York Jets helmet at NY Jets Practice Facility on August 7, 2011 in Florham Park, New Jersey. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
FLORHAM PARK, NJ - AUGUST 07: A New York Jets helmet at NY Jets Practice Facility on August 7, 2011 in Florham Park, New Jersey. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
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What are the odds of the New York Jets winning Super Bowl LII? Whatever you do, don’t hold your breath.

Besides many considering the New York Jets to more than likely be the worst team in the NFL this upcoming season, there are some odds out if they’ll appear and actually win Super Bowl LII. The ever popular SportsBookReview.com has betting odds for every preseason and regular season game of the Jets, but what about the big game?

In an article written by Gary Davenport of Bleacher Report, he gave the Jets a whopping 200-1 odds of winning Super Bowl LII. Yeah, that’s pretty bad in the grand scheme of things and unfortunately, is pretty spot on.

At the end of the day, the Jets completely revamped their roster in hopes of ushering in a youth movement. The goal is to see what young players can step up and be future impact players on the team. There will be growing pains but it’s a step in the right direction at the sacrifice of the upcoming season.

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The Jets have a brutal regular season schedule as it’s believed they will be lucky to match their final record of 2016 at 5-11 again.

There is talent on the roster, mostly on the Jets defensive line but besides that, expect a long season ahead since it won’t be enough to win many football games.

With a huge question mark at quarterback, injuries already hitting their main running backs, and a defensive secondary infused with top draft picks, it will take time for everything to fall into place. Both rookie safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye could very well be the next dynamic duo in the backfield but again, it might not be such an easy transition for both into the NFL in 2017. They might need a few years together to live up to those kinds of expectations.

Sorry Jets Nation, there won’t be a ticker tape parade anytime soon for Gang Green in 2018. If anything, they’re building the foundation now for such events to hopefully take place in the distant future.

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