Jets at Patriots betting odds: New England heavily favored over New York

Nov 22, 2012; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets center Nick Mangold (74) prepares to snap the ball at the line of scrimmage against the New England Patriots during the game on Thanksgiving at Metlife Stadium. The Patriots won the game 49-19. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Jets travel to Foxboro to take on the AFC East rival New England Patriots on Thursday Night Football to kick off Week Two of the 2013-14 NFL regular season on the NFL Network.

With the game taking place later today, there are only a few hours until final bets can be placed.

For those who are in to betting on the NFL, the Patriots enter tonight’s match up against New York as an overwhelming 13-point favorite.

The Jets are starting rookie Geno Smith against New England on Thursday night and rookie signal-callers have generally struggled against Bill Belichick and company. Take in to consideration that the Jets have a less than stellar roster and they could be in a world over trouble in the first game of the week.

For those who are interested in betting the over/under, that currently sits at 43.5.

We will have to tune in tonight to see how it all plays out.

Topics: New England Patriots, New York Jets

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  • http://sbpra.com/paulvsuffriti Paul V. Suffriti

    13 point favorites? A lot of points for an injury ridden Pats offense.The Pats may have a hard time generating points with limited reliable targets for Brady. The defense will have to come up big if the Pats want a win against the Jets. I see a 24-20 win by the Pats.

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