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On this page, you will learn everything you need to know about New York Jets odds in New Jersey, including the current status of the team, how to bet on the New York Jets on a sports betting app in New Jersey, and much more.

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Currently facing one of the longest championship droughts in American professional sports, the New York Jets remain one of the proudest franchises in the world. There is reason for optimism as of late, however, as the Jets recently signed future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers to lead their team into the future.

The 2023 NFL season for the Jets, however, was mired in disappointment, as Rodgers went down with an injury in the team’s first game and they struggled to maintain consistency from there. Starting off with a record of 3-3, the newly led Zach Wilson-led Jets could not get over the hump, as the Jets struggled down the stretch to finish the regular season with a record of 7-10. 

The 2023 playoff miss would mark the 13th consecutive season in which the Jets would miss the postseason, one of the longest streaks in the NFL. The 2024 New York Jets are expected to be a different story, however, as Rodgers returns along with the 2022 Offensive Rookie of the Year (Garrett Wilson) and Defensive Rookie of the Year (Sauce Gardener). Complimenting the three of them further are Breece Hall (RB), Michael Clemons (DE), CJ Mosley (MLB), and Michael Carter III (CB).

How can I bet on the New York Jets on a sports betting app in New Jersey?

With 16 legit legal online sportsbooks in New Jersey, each of them has a sports betting app that you can make wagers on. Starting right here on NJBetting.com, let’s take a look at the few easy steps required to bet on the New York Jets on a sports betting app in New Jersey.

  1. Welcome Offer: Right here on NJBetting.com, each of the 16 online sportsbooks in New Jersey has full-length reviews. At the top of each, there is a “Get Bonus” button which will give you the best welcome offer currently available at each of them. Follow the link to have the best promotional welcome offer available to you automatically applied to your account.
  2. Register for the NJ sports betting app: The aforementioned “Get Bonus” link is available directly from your phone, which once clicked, will send you right to the sportsbook’s registration page with the offer applied to your account. The sports betting app will then be downloadable, and you can follow the prompts to sign up. Enter basic information such as username, password, email address, first and last name, phone number, home address, and the last four digits of your social security number.
  3. Agree to Terms & Conditions: From your Android or iOS device, check the boxes to agree to the terms and conditions and privacy policies set forth by the online sportsbook. You’ll also be asked here to sign up for optional promotional offers from the online sportsbook.
  4. Choose Deposit Method: Thanks to the robust oversight and regulation provided by the NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement, choose the payment option that works best for you to get funds into your account. With more than two dozen payment options to choose from, choose one of the methods, such as PayPal, Venmo, or Bank Transfer, and deposit a minimum of $5 or $10, depending on the sports betting app.
  5. Bet on the New York Jets from a sports betting app: Your new online sports betting app has been set up, your account registered, and funds deposited into your account. From here, all that’s left is to navigate to the “NFL” section of the main menu and find the soonest New York Jets game. If it is the offseason, find the “Futures” section (more on that, below), and make a wager on an NFL Future involving the New York Jets.

Bet types that are available for the New York Jets

If you are a New York Jets fan residing in New Jersey, you have no shortage of options when it comes to different bet types you can use to place a bet on your favorite team. Below are just a few of the most popular options in terms of bet types that are available for the New York Jets to be wagered on.

  • Point Spread: Wagering on a point spread is wagering on how many points a team will win or lose by. Set by an oddsmaker, typically 5-6 days in advance, the point spread is the calculation he/she has made to determine which team will win and by how many points.

Example: New York Jets (+7.5) vs. Baltimore Ravens (-7.5). In this scenario, the Ravens would have to not just win the game, but win by at least 8 points for Ravens point spread bets to be a winner. If the Jets won outright, or lost by less than eight points, Jets point spread backers would be winners.

  • Moneyline: The money line bet type, which is available for almost all major sports to bet on, is simply a wager on which team will win the game at the given odds. Teams that have a negative next to their three-digit number are the favorites, while the positive signs represent the game’s underdogs.

Example: New York Jets (+130) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (-150). In this scenario, the Jets are the slight underdogs against the Chiefs. If a Jets’ moneyline bettor were to put $130 on the Jets moneyline, and the Jets were to win the game, they would be returned $230 ($130 risked + $100 won).

  • Total: In most NFL betting circles, the “Total” is also referred to as the “Over/Under”, and is a number set by oddsmakers for how many points will be scored in an NFL game, in total. Said another way, the final total is arrived at by coming the score of both teams involved.

Example: New York Jets vs. Cleveland Browns (O/U 38.5). In this scenario, the Jets and Browns would have to score enough points to combine to be more than 38. Some examples of a final score that would represent an “Over” winning are Jets 30 - Browns 10, Browns 23 - Jets 20, or Jets 40 - Browns 0.

  • Futures: In the NFL offseason, and throughout the regular season between weeks, the Futures market is set to predict outcomes for season-long wagers. Examples of NFL Futures bets include each team’s regular season wins, who will win each Division and Conference, who will win the upcoming Super Bowl, who will win certain NFL Awards, and much more.

Example: New York Jets to Win the AFC East Division (+400). In this scenario, the New York Jets are 4 to 1 to win the AFC’s East Division over the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, and Miami Dolphins. If they were able to pull it off, a $100 bettor would win $500 in total ($100 risked + $400 won).

The New York Jets have amongst the most official links with sportsbooks of any team in the NFL. Their first official partnership came in September of 2021, with (the now defunct) Fubo Sportsbook. From the start, the partnership came with a Fubo Sportsbook Lounge directly at MetLife Stadium for all Jets home games.

Their next official link with a sportsbook came in WynnBET Sportsbook later that month, assigning a deal to become the premier mobile sports betting app partner with Wynn Resorts’ sportsbook. In addition to a WynnBET Green Room at MetLife Stadium, the deal also allowed for a partnership with the official Jets Podcast Network and radio partner Jets SportsNet NY.

Most recently, the New York Jets inked another official sportsbook partnership with BetMGM NJ in November 2022, signing a multi-year agreement, announcing the most comprehensive and integrated gaming partnership in the NFL. With the official partnership also came a dedicated mobile app play-along game specifically designed for New York Jets fans (and bettors).

How to watch or stream the New York Jets in NJ

If you are a resident of The Garden State, you have no shortage of options when it comes to ways to watch or stream the New York Jets in NJ. For starters, most games will be broadcast locally on your local FOX or CBS affiliate, which of course are available via basic cable. 

For games that are televised nationally, New York Jets fans in NJ can tune into either ABC, ESPN, NBC, NFL Network or Amazon Prime, depending on which day of the week the game is on. If you are one of the many New Jersey residents who have cut the cord, all of the popular streaming services such as  DIRECTV STREAM, FuboTV, Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV have you covered to stream all New York Jets games.

The New York Jets home stadium

Since it officially opened its doors ahead of the 2010-11 NFL season, the New York Jets have played their home games at MetLife Stadium which they share with the New York Giants. Located at 1 MetLife Stadium Drive, East Rutherford, NJ 07073 in the Meadowlands Sports Complex, MetLife Stadium remains one of the most modern stadiums in all of professional sports.

With an initial price tag of a whopping $1.6 billion, MetLife Stadium is home not just to NFL football, but international soccer matches and mega-concerts throughout the year. Recently, it was announced that MetLife Stadium would host the 2026 FIFA World Cup Final.

For football games, the capacity is listed at 82,500 people, and that number swells to nearly 90,000 for concerts and other events. To date, the most people to ever be inside of MetLife Stadium at once is 89,106 for an August 2012 Ed Sheeran concert.

Buying tickets to see the New York Jets play

Both residents and visitors to The Garden State have a few different options when it comes to going to see their favorite team play. Both direct from the team and via resellers, let’s take a look at how to buy tickets to see the New York Jets play at MetLife Stadium.



  • SeatGeek
  • StubHub
  • Vivid Seats
  • Ticketmaster
  • Gametime
  • TickPick

Yes, since the summer of 2018 (June 11, 2018), it has been legal to bet on the New York Jets from anywhere in New Jersey. As the first state to fully legalize the industry outside of Nevada, New Jersey has been at the forefront of bringing new online sportsbooks and their sports betting apps to the masses.

New Jersey residents have been drawn to betting on the New York Jets from the start, and there is now no shortage of competition in terms of choosing the best sports betting app for them. There are now 16 online sports betting apps to choose from, including all of the heavy hitters from FanDuel, DraftKings, Caesars, BetRivers, BetMGM, Bet365, Tipico, Superbook, Betway, Borgata, Unibet, PointsBet, ESPN Bet, betParx, Hard Rock, to Golden Nugget.

History of the New York Jets

As one of the founding members of the American Football League, the New York Jets have been a mainstay in American football nearly since its inception. Let’s take a quick look at the history of the modern-day New York Jets, from their founding to recent events.

  • 1960: Following an August 1959 meeting for the formation of the American Football League, Harry Wismer spoke for the City of New York announcing that the city would put in a bid to have its second team (New York Giants already existed in the NFL). Their request was granted, with the first name of the team being the “Titans of New York.”
  • 1963: Struggling to maintain finances, the Titans of New York were forced to sell, accepting an offer from Sonny Werblin to purchase the team for $1 million. Right away, he would rename the team to the New York Jets because they would play their games near the nearby LaGuardia Airport.
  • 1968: Led by one of the most iconic quarterbacks in NFL history, the New York Jets would beat the Oakland Raiders 27-23 in the final AFL Championship game, played at Shea Stadium in New York. That same season, which was the first season in the newly merged AFL and NFL, the New York Jets would finish an 11-3 regular season by beating the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III to claim their only Super Bowl in franchise history. 3
  • 2000: Following 30+ years of failing to return to a Super Bowl, the New York Jets would get a new owner in Woody Johnson who would give the fans a glimpse of hope. Throughout the decade, the Jets would indeed return to the postseason (five times), failing to make much noise once getting there.
  • 2010: After finishing the regular season with a record of 11-5, good enough for second in the AFC East, the Jets led by head coach Rex Ryan and QB Mark Sanchez would make a run in the AFC Playoffs. Beating the Colts and Patriots through the first two rounds, they would then lose to the Steelers in the AFC Championship game 19-24. It would mark the most recent time the Jets have made the postseason.
  • 2023: Following 17 seasons with the Green Bay Packers which saw him win one Super Bowl, four NFL MVPs, and make 10 Pro Bowls, future Hall of Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers would sign with the team. Though he got hurt in his first game with the team in 2023, the signing would be one of the most notable in NFL history.


Where can I find reliable betting tips for New York Jets matches?

The most reliable betting tips for the New York Jets matches can often be found on Twitter (X), by following some of the team’s beat writers and blogs that cover the team religiously.

Are there any special promotions for betting on the New York Jets?

Yes, there are special promotions for betting on the New York Jets via online sportsbooks in New Jersey during the season. Be sure to stay current at NJBetting.com to stay up to date on all of the special promotions for betting on the New York Jets.

What should I know about the New York Jets' current form before betting?

You should know that the New York Jets are at the end of a rebuild, and have one of the most talented teams in the NFL on paper. If quarterback Aaron Rodgers can stay healthy, he has plenty of weapons around him (and a good defense) for the Jets to be competitive in 2024.

How do injuries impact betting on the New York Jets?

Injuries impact betting on the New York Jets because oddsmakers set a point spread value on each player on the team. With quarterbacks being worth the most, anytime there is an injury reported, that point spread will fluctuate. Being ahead of the oddsmakers on injuries is one way to be a smarter bettor.

What are the historical performance trends of the New York Jets in betting?

One of the historical performance trends to be aware of for New York Jets betting is that in 2023, the Jets were just 20% against the spread (ATS) winners following a win. In six games following a win, their record against the point spread was just 1-4-1.