NFL Week 7 Has Just One Division Game: Patriots Vs. Jets

  • The New England Patriots are 7-point betting favorites against the New York Jets.
  • The total for the game is set at 42.5 points with -110 odds on both sides.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots will welcome the New York Jets into Gillette Stadium on Sunday in an AFC East matchup.

Betting The Spread: New England -7.0

The New England Patriots and New York Jets will take part in the only divisional matchup of the week across the NFL. Online gambling sites are giving the Patriots a touchdown advantage in this meeting.

Jets Vs. Patriots Spread Odds

  • New England Patriots -7.0 -110
  • New York Jets +7.0 -110

Bill Belichick has a long-documented history of success against rookie quarterbacks and is now 23-6 straight up against them. However, one of the best rookie performances against the Patriots came just a few weeks ago when Davis Mills threw for 312 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.

With that said, Zach Wilson has already faced New England once this season and threw for just 210 yards, no touchdowns, and four interceptions and lost the game 25-6. Those betting on the NFL that want to side with New York would need to see a vastly improved performance from the one that was played a month ago.

Betting The Total: 42.5 Points

The Jets are seeing an average of just 37.6 points per game which is the second-fewest of all NFL teams. The Patriots’ average total isn’t much higher as they average just 42.0 points per game. Despite these numbers, the total for the game is set higher than either team’s average.

Patriots Vs. Jets Total Odds

  • OVER 42.5 -110
  • UNDER 42.5 -110

Although the first three Jets games of the season went UNDER this mark, each of the last two has gone OVER. The Patriots went UNDER this number in each of their first four games but have gone OVER in the last two weeks. Either these two teams are turning a corner or they’re bound to regress back to their early-season forms soon.

The game will air on Sunday with CBS at 1:00 p.m. EST.