NY Jets Super Bowl Odds: Here Comes Aaron Rodgers

The New York Jets made arguably the biggest splash of the NFL offseason, when they traded for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The move has Gang Green fans dreaming of the squad’s first Super Bowl run in more than 50 years. We’ve got a breakdown of the NY Jets Super Bowl odds for the 2023-2024 season, plus their outlook as they enter the offseason.

Now is a great time to start making some futures bets on the NFL. Even for the favorites, the odds are in your favor, with better payouts further out from the start of the next season. Odds will shorten and lengthen as teams make off-season moves, go through the draft, etc.

If you’re a fan who wants to put your money where your mouth/hope is, it’s time to check out the New York Jets odds.

NY Jets Offseason Odds

Movement at the top New York sports betting outlets has, understandably, been significant. The Jets’ odds opened at 30-to-1 to win Super Bowl 58 and 16-to-1 to win the AFC. After the Rodgers trade, those odds came down to 14-1 and 8.5-1, respectively.


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NY Jets Super Bowl Odds for the 2023-2024 Season

In the 2022 preseason, the Jets’ odds to win the Super Bowl were 150-to-1. This year, they’ve improved to 14-1. So yeah, things are looking a little more hopeful! 

Here’s what the odds are saying across NY sportsbooks.

Scroll through the graphic below to see all of the teams’ odds.


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NY Jets Odds to Win the AFC

The AFC has a dominant top three in the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, and Buffalo Bills. The Jets, however, currently sit as the fourth choice on the board given their new franchise quarterback.

Get your money in now before those plot twists start.

Scroll through the graphic below to see all of the teams’ odds.


How the Jets Performed Against the Odds This Season

While the Jets failed to make it to the playoffs (again), they did beat the odds in the 2022-2023 season. Their regular-season wins total was set at 5.5 by most sportsbooks before the season began. With their final record of 7-10, they handily hit the Over on that bet.

Overall, the Jets went 8-9 against the spread, covering 47.1% of the time.

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Hannah Vanbiber

Hannah Vanbiber is one of our writers for NY Sports Day. She started her journalism career in Chattanooga, Tennessee, as a reporter covering local sports, entertainment, and business in the East Tennessee area. She is now a full-time freelance writer, editor, and reporter, covering women’s sports and sports betting in the New York metropolitan area.

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