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Jets Odds of Winning Under 4.5 Games Just Got Greater With Quincy Enunwa Injury

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Aug/05/2017

Already dreadfully thin at the receiving corps, the New York Jets number one receiver, Quincy Enunwa, just suffered a neck injury during scrimmage at the Meadowlands Saturday. 

Jets head coach Todd Bowles said he is not sure how serious the injury is, but noted that it was the same one he suffered in the spring. That injury was not a serious one.

It is not immediately known if Enunwa will miss any games.  If he does, Robby Anderson will fill in.

The Jets win total odds were coming in at 4.5 with the UNDER priced an enormous -215.  If they could somehow manage to win at least five games, the payout would be $170 for every $100 bet.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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