What Will the Jets Pay if They Win the 2017 AFC East?

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Oct/09/2017

Something unthought of heading into the 2017 NFL season, the New England Patriots are not sure bets to win the AFC East.  Instead it’s a three-way tie heading into Week 6 between the Patriots, Bills…and, shockingly, the Jets.

Last week, all the talk was about Buffalo with some discussion about New York after they managed to win three straight.  Keep in mind that the Jets were expected to win no more than three regular season games in 2017.

The Bills lost this past weekend while the Jets won their fourth straight game.  That victory was against a 0-6 Browns team so we won’t see a whole lot of fanfare coming New York’s way.

Still, New England is looking vulnerable so far this season, losing two at home.   They were a huge “lock” to win the AFC East.

And the Jets?

The Jets will pay $7500 for every $100 bet to win the division.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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