The NY Jets are set to take on the Philadelphia Eagles this Friday as they'll look to finish their preseason strong.
After scoring victories in each of their first two preseason games, the Jets are hoping to finish 3-0 in exhibition games. And they'll do so against a familiar preseason foe in the Eagles.
With only three preseason games this year, this will be the final chance for the Jets to get a look at their players before they have to make final roster decisions next week.
What will Zach Wilson do in his final preseason game? What injured players could return in time for this Friday?
We take a look at all the important information about the Jets' final preseason game of the summer.
NY Jets vs. Eagles odds for preseason Week 3
According to WynnBet, the Jets are currently listed as four-point favorites over the Eagles. The Jets are 2-0 this preseason while the Eagles have lost both of the games they have played.
The Jets have a -195 moneyline while the Eagles' moneyline is +165. For those unfamiliar with betting odds, this means that you'd have to bet $195 on the Jets to win to earn an additional $100 ($295 payout) while, if you bet $100 on the Eagles to win, you'd earn an additional $165 ($265 payout).
NY Jets injury report vs. Eagles today
The Jets might be without a number of their best players in this week's preseason game. Rookies Elijah Moore and Alijah Vera-Tucker returned to practice this week, but it's unclear if either will be able to play.
Left tackle Mekhi Becton exited Tuesday's practice with a head injury and could miss Friday's game as well. Others such as Sheldon Rankins, Denzel Mims, Mike White, and Brandin Echols have also dealt with injuries.
NY Jets vs. Eagles prediction for preseason Week 3
Once again, it's nearly impossible to accurately predict preseason games. But this time, it seems like a safer bet to go with the Eagles given the two teams' backup quarterback situations.
If Mike White misses this week, James Morgan and Josh Johnson will likely play the majority of the game. Meanwhile, the Eagles could be splitting reps between Joe Flacco and Nick Mullens after Jalen Hurts exits.
Go with the team that has the better backup quarterback situation. Go with the Eagles.
NY Jets next game and schedule
The Jets will have a week off following their final preseason game before they travel to Bank of America Stadium to take on the Carolina Panthers in Week 1 of the regular season.
The two teams are set to play each other on Sunday, September 12th at 1 p.m. ET.
What channel is the NY Jets third preseason game on today?
The Jets' second preseason game will air live locally on WCBS. You could also view the game with a free seven-day trial from FuboTV.
NY Jets vs. Eagles live stream
All Jets preseason games will be streamed live on the team's official website.