NFL Betting – New York Jets at New England Patriots

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

NFL betting gets started for Week 11 on Thursday as the New York Jets travel to New England to face the Patriots.

This game should be popular for gamblers that bet on football since it will be televised on the NFL Network.  Brett Favre and the Jets are trying to unseat the Patriots in the AFC East this season.

NFL betting history shows that the Patriots have won 9 of the last 10 games against the Jets.  Earlier this season the Patriots won in New York 19-10 according to NFL betting numbers.  The Patriots are actually 7-3 against the NFL betting pointspread in the last 10 games against New York.  It has been a bit of a road dominated series though, especially against the NFL odds.  The Jets are actually 3-2 at New England in terms of the NFL betting number the past five meetings. Last year they lost 20-10 and covered the huge 20.5 point number.  This year is a bit different when you think about the Patriots though since Tom Brady is out.  New England is no longer the overwhelming favorite in NFL betting odds each week.  They are still a good team though and they will be favored in NFL betting against the Jets on Thursday.  New England in the past few seasons has not been a good home favorite for gamblers that bet on football.  They lose almost 60% of the time against the NFL betting pointspread in that role.

Earlier this season the game went under the total and in the last 10 meetings six games have stayed under the NFL betting number.  At New England, that trend is even more pronounced as four of the last five have stayed under the NFL betting number. The Jets have been a solid under team in recent seasons for gamblers that bet on football, hitting almost 60% of the time.  The Patriots have also been an excellent under team at home going under more than 60% of the time since 2005.

NFL betting starts early this week with this exciting Thursday matchup. Open a New Account  and get ready to bet football at SBG Global today.

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