- The point total for New York Jets and Jacksonville Jaguars TNF game is set at 37 points.
- There are -330 odds for both teams to score 10 points and +110 odds for both teams to score 15 points.
NEW YORK – Week 16 of the NFL is set to kick off with a Thursday Night Football matchup between the New York Jets and Jacksonville Jaguars where the point total is set at 37 points. This marks the Jets lowest point total in their last four games while it is Jacksonville’s lowest point total of the season.
Aside from betting on the over or under at online gambling sites, there is some value in betting on both teams to score more than 10 and 15 points.
Both Teams To Score 10+ Points
- Yes -330
Both Teams To Score 15+ Points
- Yes +110
Starting off with the facts, both teams not only score more than 15 points per game this season, but both are allowing more than 15 points per game as well. The Jets are scoring 20.1 ppg this season and allowing 18.8 ppg. Jacksonville is scoring 23.9 points on average while letting up 23.4 points,
Also NFL oddsmakers are expecting both teams to go over both 10 and 15 points, as well as the Jaguars team point total, is set at 17.5 points while the Jets is at 19.5 points.
Trends Leaning Towards Both Overs
The Jets have gone over 10 points 12 times and 15 points 10 times. They’ve gone over both three times in their last four games. Jacksonville, on the other hand, has gone over 10 points 13 times this season and 15 points 12 times.
They’ve hit over both in eight of their last nine games.
In the Jets last 10 home games where they are favored between 1-3 points at home, they’ve gone for 10 points or more all 10 times and over 15 points in eight of those games. For Jacksonville, since 2018 they’ve been a road team underdog of 1-3 points 12 times and have gone over 10 points every game in that scenario. As for 15 points, they've gone over it nine times.
Since 2015, the Jets and Jags have faced off five times in which both teams have gone over 10 points every time. Both teams have gone for 15 or more points in four of the five games.