The Super Bowl odds are in for the New York Jets and unfortunately, it’s not looking good for them over the next two years.
With the Philadelphia Eagles being Super Bowl LII champions, expect to see a lot of teams copy their blueprint. Especially since they were able to defeat the New England Patriots in a thrilling game that will have football analysts and fans talking for years to come. The New York Jets could learn a lot from the Eagles since it was just a few years ago that they were also rebuilding for a brighter future.
It’s not easy to rebuild from the ground up but hopefully, the Jets will taste similar success down the road. What are the odds for the Jets to actually make and win a Super Bowl over the next two years? Not good at all, unfortunately.
As per BetDSI Sportsbook, they’ve broken down the Super Bowl odds for every NFL team for the next two years and needless to say, the Jets are at the bottom. For 2019, they have the Jets at +9000 to make it and the exact same number for 2020.
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They believe the Patriots are favored as champions next season with the highest probability of winning Super Bowl LII at +400 odds, with the Eagles at +800. Unfortunately, the Jets and Cleveland Browns (+10000) have the longest odds on the board.
For 2020, oddsmakers see the Eagles becoming the next big franchise of the league. BetDSI Sportsbook sees the Eagles winning it all with +500 odds with the New York Giants being the team with the lowest chance to win Super Bowl LIV at +10000.
The Jets odds are towards the bottom over the next two years because they have yet to establish a franchise quarterback and even if they acquire one in free agency or the 2018 NFL Draft, it’ll take at least a year or two for them to put them in a position to succeed. They’re missing a few key pieces on offense to be able to keep up with the rest of the league as their offensive line is in dire need of talent and they lack top offensive weapons.
Once the Jets get a better quarterback in place, better wide receivers and consistent offensive linemen, their Super Bowl odds will undoubtedly increase but not to the point of having a better shot than the powerhouse teams on top. Of course, anything can happen over the next two years but unfortunately, the Jets will continue to be on the outside looking in due to a lack of talent on offense and a defense that is also in need of better pass rushers.