New York Jets 2022 Super Bowl 56 odds

The New York Jets can’t get any worse after a 2-12 season, can they? Whatever happens, it will be with a new quarterback. Below, we look at the New York Jets 2022 Super Bowl 56 odds, with NFL futures picks and predictions.

The Jets used their No. 1 pick (2nd overall) to select BYU QB Zach Wilson in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Last year’s starting QB Sam Darnold was traded to the Carolina Panthers and backup Joe Flacco is now with the Philadelphia Eagles.

New York Jets Super Bowl 56 odds and 2021 NFL futures

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list. Lines last updated Thursday, May 6, at 9:10 a.m. ET.

Odds to win Super Bowl 56: +8000 (bet $100 to win $8,000)

Odds to win AFC: +4000 (bet $100 to win $4,000)

Odds to win AFC East Division: +2000 (bet $100 to win $2,000)

Win total: 6 (Over: +100 | Under: -120)

Will the Jets make the playoffs? Yes: +500 | No: -700

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Jets’ offseason recap

New York started last season 0-13 before winning back-to-back games. The Jets were 17.5-point road underdogs when they shocked the Los Angeles Rams 23-20 in Week 15 for their first win of the season. They then beat the Cleveland Browns 23-16 at home the following week as 6.5-point dogs.

The front office did a decent job of improving the team. Their second first-round draft pick was USC OG Alijah Vera-Tucker (14th overall) and they grabbed Mississippi WR Elijah Moore in the second round (34th overall).

While WR Breshad Perriman left, signing with the Detroit Lions, the Jets added offensive weapons in RB Tevin Coleman (from the San Francisco 49ers), WR Corey Davis (Tennessee Titans) and WR Keelan Cole (Jacksonville Jaguars).

On defense, LB Jarrad Davis (Lions), DE Carl Lawson (Cincinnati Bengals) and DT Sheldon Rankins (New Orleans Saints) were key additions.

2020 Jets: Against the spread 6-10 | Over/Under: 7-9

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New York Jets Super Bowl 56 and 2021 NFL futures picks

Sure, an 800-to-1 payoff on a winning Jets (+8000) Super Bowl ticket would be awesome to own … but it ain’t happening. Gang Green has a ways to go before earning their first playoff berth since 2010. Heck, they haven’t had a winning season since 2015.

They’re also not winning the AFC Championship (+4000) or the AFC East title (+2000). While they’ve improved, finishing last in the division is still likely. The Buffalo Bills are the favorites (-155), followed by the Miami Dolphins (+325), the New England Patriots (+350) and the Jets.

Thus, the Jets making the playoff (+500) isn’t happening, either.

As for the win total of 6, it’s possible they beat the Jaguars, Bengals and maybe, the Eagles at home.

But New York would be lucky to win more than 2 games on its road schedule, which includes trips to the Bills, Dolphins, Patriots, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, Atlanta Falcons and Panthers.

AVOID. But if you must, the lean would be to the Under 6 (-120).

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