Washington Redskins at New York Jets at SBG Global

NFL betting on the New York Jets is a lot more exciting this week than it was in Week 1.

Brett Favre is now the starting quarterback of the New York Jets and he should get his first action in this matchup against the Washington Redskins. The Jets will be football betting favorites in Week 2 NFL odds.

NFL betting attention will definitely be on the Jets with Favre at the helm. After Favre plays for the first few series, Kellen Clemens will probably play into the third quarter and possibly beyond. Erik Ainge will probably finish up for the Jets according to football betting information. The Redskins go with Jason Campbell at starting quarterback followed by Todd Collins and Colt Brennan. All three of those quarterbacks played very well in the Hall of Fame game. The quarterback rotation edge according to football betting experts goes to the Redskins in this game.

NFL betting during the preseason is all about finding good information. Quarterback rotations and playing time are critical to winning versus NFL betting odds in the preseason. The best place to find this NFL betting information is in local team newspapers and on the NFL.com website.

Another option you may be able to consider in Week 2 NFL odds is middling. Since information is so critical in NFL betting during the preseason it is possible you can take a game early and come back the other way late and have a two or three point NFL betting middle. Also keep in mind as you look at the NFL betting preseason that some coaches like to win more than others. With the Redskins and Jets neither coach has a tendency yet when it comes to NFL betting stats. NFL betting stats show that heading into this season Jets’ head coach Eric Mangini was 4-4 against the football betting spread in two years.

The attention in this matchup will be on the Jets with Favre at the helm and that is why they will be favored in NFL betting odds. The total in NFL betting on this matchup may also be higher now that Favre is leading the Jets.