Mike White Looks To Lead Jets To Consecutive Double-Digit Dog Wins

  • The New York Jets are 10.5-point underdogs to the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday.
  • Mike White led the Jets to a win as 10.5-point underdogs last week against the Cincinnati Bengals.
  • New York has +385 moneyline odds for Thursday Night Football.

INDIANAPOLIS – The New York Jets find themselves as double-digit underdogs for the second game in a row with Mike White under center.

Mike White’s Heroics

Due to Zach Wilson’s injury, Mike White was thrown into the fire against the then-No. 1 seed Cincinnati Bengals as 10.5-point underdogs. Online sportsbooks saw the biggest underdog win of the season in that game.

White threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns on 37-for-45 passing and earned the Jets their second win of the 2021 season. Now, White and the Jets are faced with the same challenge, this time against the Indianapolis Colts.

Can New York Do It Again?

It’s tough to imagine White repeating his performance of 400+ yards in the air, but regardless of how well White plays, the Jets defense could be what results in the team’s loss.

New York allows the fifth-most yards and third-most points per game.

Jets vs Colts Spread Odds

  • New York Jets +10.5 -110
  • Indianapolis Colts -10.5 -110

Indianapolis’ offense isn’t anything too impressive, but the Jets’ defense has a way of allowing every opponent to look good. The Colts are just 3-5 on the season, but all three of their wins have come by double digits, showing their ability to win big in games.

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However, those looking for the big payout by betting on the NFL can get good odds on White and the Jets to pull off back-to-back double-digit upsets.

Jets vs Colts Moneyline Odds

  • New York Jets +385
  • Indianapolis Colts -535

Maybe the most telling part about the game is the fact that despite beating a better team than the one they’re about to play, New York remains an equally as large underdog. Sports betting sites seem fairly confident that the previous week was a fluke and the Jets will return to the form that brought them to a 1-5 start to the season.

It’s understandable to back the double-digit underdogs against the spread, but the odds of them winning may be even lesser than the current betting odds would suggest.

The game will start on Thursday at 8:20 p.m. EST and will air on FOX and the NFL Network.