It will be a homecoming for the Jets as they're set to play in front of their home crowd for the first time in two years. But will home-field advantage be enough to secure the victory?
The Jets enter Week 2 as sizable underdogs despite being at home and facing a team with the same 0-1 record. But for as important as this game is for the Jets, it's arguably even more important for the Patriots.
New England could ill afford to start the season 0-2 with two divisional losses, both to teams not named the Buffalo Bills.
Which team will emerge victorious? There's only one way to find out.
NY Jets injury report vs. New England Patriots Week 2
The Jets have four players listed as questionable and one listed as doubtful going into Week 2. The most notable players with injury designations are wide receivers Jamison Crowder and Keelan Cole who are both questionable.
Crowder returned from the COVID-19 list, but tweaked his groin in practice and was a limited participant on Friday. Cole is still recovering from a knee injury and was a limited participant all week.
Backup offensive tackle Chuma Edoga is questionable with a non-COVID-related illness while cornerback Isaiah Dunn is nursing a shoulder injury and did not participate in Friday's practice.
Rookie linebacker Jamien Sherwood is doubtful after injuring his ankle in Week 1 and being held out of practice this past week.
NY Jets vs. Patriots odds, spread, over/under, and betting pick Week 2
According to WynnBet, the Jets are 6.0-point underdogs at home against the Patriots. The Jets' moneyline for the game is currently set at +200 while the Patriots are the favorites at -255.
The total over/under for the game is set at 43.0 points.
What channel is the NY Jets game on Week 2
The Jets game today will be airing live on CBS starting at 1 p.m. ET. Kevin Harlan and Trent Green will be on the call.
NY Jets vs. New England Patriots live stream
Today’s Jets game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
NY Jets next game and schedule
The Jets' next game will be on the road in Week 3 against the Denver Broncos on Sunday, September 26. Here’s a look at their schedule for the next four weeks:
- Week 3: @ Denver
- Week 4: vs. Tennessee
- Week 5: vs. Atlanta (London)
- Week 6: @ New England