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It all came down to one game for the New York Jets, a win and go to the playoffs showdown on the final weekend of the season at Buffalo against the [+]

Bills. Beyond that drama, there was so much more that piled on to the intensity of this game. It was the Jets against their old head coach, Buffalo’s Rex Ryan. And it was Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick against one of the many teams that had abandoned him, the Bills. So what did the Jets do with their season, the playoff hopes, on the line?

They did what the Jets almost always do, what’s so come to identify this team when it is on the precipice of greatness. They lost.

The New York Jets were an original AFL franchise in 1960, originally nicknamed the Titans. In 1963 they were renamed the Jets, but the watershed moment in the franchise came in 1965.

That was when the Jets signed Alabama’s Joe Namath, the top quarterbacck prospect coming out of the NCAA. The Jets wouldn’t enjoy their first winning season until 1967 but the following year, Namath took them all the way, winning Super Bowl III 16-7 over the Baltimore Colts.

There you have it. The biggest personnel move in Jets’ history was in 1965. The team’s signature victory came in 1969.

Yeah, it’s tough being a Jets fan. 

New York Jets Betting Lines Today

Keept track of the Jets current betting lines and you’ll be in a much better position to make a winning bet. Pay close attention to whether the Jets are playing at home or away, too.  [+]

It says all that you need to know about the suffering that is required as a supporter of the New York Jets when you realize that twice in the past decade, the Jets have played in the AFC Championship Game.

They lost, of course – they are the Jets after all – but what really makes those two games stand out is that over the course of the past 10 years, the Jets really haven’t been very good. With 73 wins, the Jets are tied for 19th overall in the NFL with the Tennessee Titans over the last decade. That’s seven games below .500. That’s not good.

Amazingly, though, in the NFC East it’s second-best behind the 122 wins of the New England Patriots but ahead of the Miami Dolphins (70) and Buffalo Bills (63).

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New York Jets Scores & Schedule

Find out all you need to know about the New York Jets game scores and schedules. Coming off a 10-6 campaign, some feel the Jets overachieved and will come back down to earth in 2016.

 

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September 2015 (4)
Sun 13 Day 1 Cleveland Browns 10 - 31 New York Jets Odds
Mon 21 Day 3 New York Jets 20 - 7 Colts Odds
Sun 27 Day 3 Eagles 24 - 17 New York Jets Odds
October 2015 (3)
Sun 4 Day 4 New York Jets 27 - 14 Miami Dolphins Odds
Sun 18 Day 6 Redskins 20 - 34 New York Jets Odds
Sun 25 Day 7 New York Jets 23 - 30 Patriots Odds
November 2015 (5)
Sun 1 Day 8 New York Jets 20 - 34 Oakland Raiders Odds
Sun 8 Day 9 Jaguars 23 - 28 New York Jets Odds
Thu 12 Day 10 Buffalo Bills 22 - 17 New York Jets Odds
Sun 22 Day 11 New York Jets 17 - 24 Houston Texans Odds
Sun 29 Day 12 Miami Dolphins 20 - 38 New York Jets Odds
December 2015 (4)
Sun 6 Day 13 New York Jets 23 - 20 New York Giants Odds
Sun 13 Day 14 Tennessee Titans 8 - 30 New York Jets Odds
Sat 19 Day 15 New York Jets 19 - 16 Dallas Cowboys Odds
Sun 27 Day 16 Patriots 20 - 26 New York Jets Odds
January 2016 (1)
Sun 3 Day 17 New York Jets 17 - 22 Buffalo Bills Odds
August 2015 (3)
Thu 13 New York Jets 3 - 23 Detroit Lions Odds
Fri 21 Atlanta Falcons 22 - 30 New York Jets Odds
Sat 29 New York Jets 28 - 18 New York Giants Odds
September 2015 (4)
Thu 3 Eagles 18 - 24 New York Jets Odds

New York Jets Standings Right Now

The up to date AFC standings are listed right here and you can immediately locate where the New York Jets are situated both in the AFC East and in the overall AFC wildcard picture. [+]

Their 10-6 mark in 2015 wasn’t good enough to get the Jets into the playoffs. They were the only NFL team to reach double digits in wins during the regular season and not qualify for postseason play. But it was the first winning season posted by the Jets since an 11-5 mark in 2010, the second year of the Rex Ryan regime.

There’s been a long drought for the Jets in terms of AFC crowns. They haven’t won the division title since 1998 but have made the playoffs six times since then as a wildcard entry, rolling all the way to the AFC Championship Game in 2009 and 2010.

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1 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 16 15 1 500 308 0.938
2 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 16 13 3 489 313 0.813
3 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 16 12 4 419 279 0.750
4 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 16 12 4 355 296 0.750
5 New England Patriots New England Patriots 16 12 4 465 315 0.750
6 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 16 11 5 405 287 0.688
7 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 16 11 5 365 302 0.688
8 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 16 10 6 368 323 0.625
9 New York Jets New York Jets 16 10 6 387 314 0.625
10 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 16 10 6 423 319 0.625
11 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 16 10 6 423 277 0.625
12 Houston Texans Houston Texans 16 9 7 339 313 0.563
13 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 16 9 7 388 379 0.563
14 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 16 8 8 339 345 0.500
15 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 16 8 8 379 359 0.500
16 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 16 8 8 333 408 0.500
17 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 16 7 9 358 400 0.438
18 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 16 7 9 408 476 0.438
19 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 16 7 9 359 399 0.438
20 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 16 7 9 377 430 0.438
21 St. Louis Rams St. Louis Rams 16 7 9 280 330 0.438
22 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 16 6 10 335 397 0.375
23 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 16 6 10 310 389 0.375
24 New York Giants New York Giants 16 6 10 420 442 0.375
25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16 6 10 342 417 0.375
26 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 16 5 11 328 401 0.313
27 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 16 5 11 376 448 0.313
28 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 16 5 11 238 387 0.313
29 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 16 4 12 275 374 0.250
30 San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers 16 4 12 320 398 0.250
31 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 16 3 13 278 432 0.188
32 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 16 3 13 299 423 0.188

How To Win At New York Jets Betting

Offensively, the Jets turned a triple play in 2015, punching above the NFL average in total offense, rushing offense and passing offense. On the defensive side of the ball they were equally impressive, holding teams below the NFL average while defending both the run and the pass.

The Jets permitted an AFC-low 83.4 yards per game on the ground, second-best in the entire NFL.

One concern for the New York Jets is the age of some of their key skill players. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall set franchise marks for receptions (109) and receiving yardage (1,502) during the 2015 season but he’s also 32 and as great as he’s been throughout his NFL career, it’s fair to wonder about how much greatness Marshall has left in him.

Only 10 players in NFL history have caught 100 passes in a season at age 32 or older and just one receiver has posted a 1,500-yard receiving campaign following his 32nd birthday, the legendary Jerry Rice. 

Likewise, newly-signed running back Matt Forte is 30 and while that might not seem old, it’s getting up there for an NFL ball carrier. Forte put a lot of hard miles on his body as the feature back for the Chcago Bears but one facet he’ll bring to the Jets offense is his ability to catch balls out of the backfield. 

Good prop bets to watch for on the Jets this season will be the number of passes they attempt per game and the number of targets aimed at Forte. Both should be significant. Forte has averaged 80 targets and 61 receptions per season over the course of his career.

The Jets find themselves at a crossroads under center. Ryan Fitzpatrick enjoyed a career year in 2015, but he’s also 33 and a free agent, so is it wise to invest long-term in a journeyman with his sixth NFL team? 

On the other hand, if they don’t, the Jets must choose between the mercurial Geno Smith, who thrust Fitzpatrick into the starting role last season when he suffered a broken jaw in a fight with a teammate, or rookie Christian Hackenberg out of Penn State, their second round draft pick. 

Come to think of it, the Jets once drafted another fellow with Pennsylvania connections who was a quarterback, a fellow out of Beaver Falls, Pa. by the name of Namath. He turned out OK.