First look: New York Jets at Denver Broncos odds and lines
After kicking off the season with road wins over the New York Giants and Jacksonville Jaguars, the Denver Broncos will make their home debut Sunday, welcoming the winless New York Jets (0-2) to Empower Field at Mile High. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 p.m. ET. Below, we look at the Jets vs. Broncos odds and lines; check back for our NFL picks and predictions.
New QB Teddy Bridgewater has been super-efficient for the Broncos, completing 54-of-70 passes (77.1%) for 592 yards, 4 touchdowns and no interceptions.
The Denver defense, led by LB Von Miller's 3 sacks, has been equally impressive, allowing only 20 points through two games and six of the Jaguars' points Sunday came on a 102-yard kickoff return. Denver has allowed 503 total yards and forced three turnovers.
The Jets, meanwhile, followed up a 19-14 Week 1 loss at the Carolina Panthers with a 25-6 blowout loss at home at the hands of the New England Patriots. New York actually outgained New England 336-260 in total yards but rookie QB Zach Wilson tossed four interceptions - giving him a league high-matching five on the season - as the Jets could only muster a pair of field goals.
Jets at Broncos odds, spread and line
- Money line: Jets +470 (bet $100 to win $470) | Broncos -700 (bet $700 to win $100)
- Against the spread (ATS): Jets +10.5, -107 (bet $107 to win $100) | Broncos -10.5, -115 (bet $115 to win $100)
- Total (O/U): 41.5, Over -108 (bet $108 to win $100) | Under -112 (bet $112 to win $100)
2021 betting stats:
- ML : Jets 0-2 | Broncos 2-0
- ATS : Jets 0-2 | Broncos 2-0
- O/U : Jets 0-2 | Broncos 0-2
WIN YOUR FANTASY FOOTBALL LEAGUE!
For 25 years, TheHuddle.com has been helping fantasy players just like you win. This year, it's your turn! Custom player rankings, tools and more to give you the edge over your competition.
Jets vs. Broncos head-to-head
Denver leads the all-time regular-season series 20-16-1, including a 37-28 win as a 1-point road underdog in the most recent meeting in Week 4 of the 2020 season. The Broncos won four of the last five head-to-head meetings.
This will be the teams' first meeting in Denver since the Broncos' 23-0 home shutout in Week 14 of the 2017 season. Denver has gone 7-2 straight up and ATS against the Jets in Denver since 1980, including a 23-10 win in the 1998 AFC Championship Game.
Access more NFL coverage:
TheHuddle Fantasy Football | BearsWire | BengalsWire | BillsWire | BroncosWire | BrownsWire | BucsWire | CardsWire | ChargersWire | ChiefsWire | CowboysWire | DolphinsWire | EaglesWire | FalconsWire | GiantsWire | JaguarsWire | JetsWire | LionsWire | NinersWire | PackersWire | PanthersWire | PatriotsWire | RaidersWire | RamsWire | RavensWire | SaintsWire | SeahawksWire | SteelersWire | TexansWire | TitansWire | VikingsWire | WashingtonFootballWire | DraftWire | TouchdownWire | TheListWire
Gannett may earn revenue from audience referrals to betting services. Newsrooms are independent of this relationship and there is no influence on news coverage. This information is for entertainment purposes only. We make no representations or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any content.