- The New York Jets are 11.5-point underdogs to the Buffalo Bills in Week 10.
- The Jets have been a double-digit underdog at home just two times ever.
- There are standard -110 odds for the Jets to cover the spread.
NEW YORK – The New York Jets are going up against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10 and are listed as 11.5-point underdogs.
Surprisingly enough, the Jets have only been a double-digit home team underdog two times before this matchup.
Buffalo Bills Vs. New York Jets
- Moneyline: Bills (-590) vs. Jets (+425)
- Spread: Bills -11.5
- Total: 47.5 Points
The last time the Jets were a double-digit home underdog was in Week 8 of this season against the Cincinnati Bengals where online betting sites gave the Bengals an 11.5-point favored spread. The Jets not only covered the spread but they won the game 34-31.
Before that was in 2018 where the Jets lost to the New England Patriots as 13-point underdogs.
The Jets have done a decent job when being listed as an NFL home underdog this season. The Jets have gone 2-1 ATS in that situation and have covered the spread by just over a field goal (average of 3.2 points).
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Taking Advantage Of The Bills Struggles
The Bills, although a top-5 offense and the number one ranked defense in the league are finding some bumps along the way. The Bills have gone 1-2 in their last three games and are also 0-3 ATS in those games as well.
Their most recent loss came against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 9. The Bills were in a similar situation to this week as they went into the game as 13-point favorites on the road.
The Bills have struggled against the spread as an away team favorite this season. They have gone 1-2 as an away favorite and are only covering the spread by an average of 1.7 points.
The Bills have been a double-digit favorite three times this season, going 1-2 against the spread.
It is also worth noting that the opening line for the game was 13 points and shifted to 11.5 with the Jets announcing that Mike White will be the starting quarterback.
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