Denver Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's prop for pass completions against the NY Jets is 21.5 (o/u)
Another week, and the Jets get to face another former Jets quarterback in Teddy Bridgewater.
Bridgewater didn't spend enough time with the Jets for this to be a real story, but Bridgewater is playing some really good football with the Broncos.
He's surrounded by quality weapons in wide receiver Courtland Sutton and tight end Noah Fant. Bridgewater is currently pacing career-highs in literally every major category right now.
Through two games, he's completed 77 percent of his pass attempts while averaging 296 passing yards per game which is more than his career-high of 248.9 (2020 in CAR). He's on pace for a career-high in yards per attempt with 8.5.
The Jets' defense has played better than anticipated through two weeks given the personnel they have, especially in the secondary.
However, I think this Broncos offense is operating at a high level and the Jets' bend-but-don't-break style of defense can allow Bridgewater and company to utilize the quick passing game and making plays off play-action.
My Projection: 22 completions (OVER)