Where Can I Find Season Win Total Betting Odds for the New York Jets - 2019

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The oddsmakers have the Jets winning 7.5 regular season games priced at -110 both ways (OVER and UNDER).

The simulations run by AI Sports has the Jets winning 7.

Forbes notes that best and worst case scenarios for the Jets this season:

Best-Case Scenario

Darnold lives up to the massive hype and Bell quickly resumes playing at an All-Pro level. New defensive coordinator Gregg Williams masks the many deficiencies on that side of the ball with blitzes and schemes to create a competent unit and the Jets end their eight-year playoff drought.

Worst-Case Scenario

Darnold takes a step backward as opponents learn how to defend against his tendencies, Bell’s comeback season doesn’t go as planned and the defense springs numerous leaks. The Jets’ post-season drought rolls into a new decade.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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