Patriots vs Jets NFL Week 12 AFC East Rivalry Betting Odds
New England Patriots: AFC East leaders on a huge roll
Despite an uncharacteristically slow start to the 2012 NFL season, QB Tom Brady and Patriots have reeled off four straight wins and they have opened up a three game lead in the AFC East playoff race. New England has averaged 42.5 points per game during their winning streak – including their dismantling of the Indianapolis Colts by a 59-24 count in Week 11. Patriots All Pro TE Rob Gronkowski will miss this contest (broken left forearm) but New England is well known for having one of the deepest rosters in the league.
New York Jets: Gang Green dog and pony show hits prime time in Jersey
To say it has been a long season for the New York Jets would be a major understatement. Gang Green has been in turmoil for most of the year and their 4-6 record is almost flattering considering how poorly they have played. The Jets did manage to end a three game losing streak (1-5 in their last six) as they rolled the Rams 27-13 in St. Louis during Week 11 NFL action. We actually like the fact that New York was able to come up with a win last weekend as it provides a little added value to betting lines for this AFC East battle.
Online Sports Betting Jets vs. Patriots Wagering Lines and Game Day Prediction
We surf over to the online sportsbook at the topbet.eu wagering website for our New England vs. New York wagering lines. The Patriots have been posted as -7 (-115) point spread and -320 money line road favorites here. The Jets have been tagged with a +260 straight up line and the game total has been set at 49 points.
New York hung tough with New England as 11 point pups before falling 29-26 in OT back in Week 7. That contest seemed to wake up the Patriots as it kick started their recent winning streak. We’ll close out our Thanksgiving Thursday betting feast with a 20% bankroll wager on the Pats (-320 ML) at TopBet!
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