Jets vs Raiders Predictions, Odds, Picks, Props and SGP (+260)
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Leg-1: New York Jets to win (-125)
Leg-2: Jets vs Raiders Under 36.5 (-105)
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NFL Schedule Week 10 – Game info - Jets at Raiders
2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Jets (4-4) vs Raiders (4-5)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 12
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Venue: Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nev.
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: FuboTV
Two teams that might be surprised to find themselves with records around the .500 mark will go head-to-head at Allegiant Stadium to close out the NFL’s Week 10 Sunday schedule. When this Sunday Night Football game was initially scheduled, the expectation was that fans would see future Hall of Famer Aaron Rodgers at quarterback for the New York Jets. Unfortunately, Rodgers’ season ended four snaps into Week 1 when he ruptured his Achilles tendon.
Rodgers’ early-season Achilles injury looked like it would spell doom for the Jets, who entered the 2023 season with as much hype and anticipation as any team in the league. New York’s defense has helped it survive the first eight games with a 4-4 record, but Monday night’s dismal offensive performance against the Chargers was a reminder that this team is going nowhere with Zach Wilson as its starting quarterback.
It was a much happier Week 9 for the Raiders, who hammered New York’s other NFL team, the Giants, in a 30-6 rout last Sunday. Las Vegas fans are surely hoping that the Halloween firing of former head coach Josh McDaniels has helped to steady the ship and put this team on course for a more enjoyable second half of its season.
Both the Jets and Raiders currently sit outside of the AFC playoff picture, and both play in divisions dominated by much better teams, but there is still plenty to fight for in this Sunday night matchup. The Raiders will want to build on their current momentum for a second straight win, and New York’s Zach Wilson will be pursuing a desperately needed victory to prevent what otherwise might become an internal rift in the Jets’ camp.
Jets vs. Raiders Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Odds Week 10
Moneyline: New York Jets -125, Las Vegas Raiders -105
Spread: Jets -1 (-110), Raiders +1 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 36.5 points
Jets at Raiders Preview
A surprising three-game winning streak had put the Jets' season back on track before New York was humbled at home by the Los Angeles Chargers in the most recent edition of Monday Night Football. The Jets defense did its job in that game, but another awful display from quarterback Zach Wilson and the offense resulted in a 27-6 loss. Poor decision-making and holding on to the ball too long have been regular features of Wilson’s game throughout his first three NFL seasons, and those traits were evident when he was sacked eight times on Monday. Prior to facing the Jets, the Chargers had only had two sacks over their previous two games.
Knowing the Jets’ reputation, Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby will be looking for another big night on Sunday. He had three sacks against the New York Giants last week, and he gets to follow up that effort by taking on a porous Jets offensive line with a sack-friendly QB. Crosby has been putting together the kind of season that wins Defensive Player of the Year awards, as he has already registered 9.5 sacks and 56 total tackles. In all of last season, he had 12.5 sacks -- a total he could well surpass in this game.
The Week 1 injury to Jets QB Aaron Rodgers after only four snaps was particularly frustrating for wide receiver Garrett Wilson, who appeared on the verge of having a breakout year. Fortunately, Zach Wilson has been more willing to throw the ball to Garrett this year, but the results are nowhere near as fruitful as they might have been with a future Hall of Famer at quarterback. Garrett Wilson’s 39 targets over the last three games have yielded 270 yards, but the sophomore receiver has not caught a TD pass since Week 2. The Raiders allow opposing QBs one of the NFL’s top 10 completion percentages, but Las Vegas’ soft run defense has led opponents to often move the ball on the ground rather than pass.
The Raiders’ weakness against the run could lead to a big game for Jets running back Breece Hall. He is averaging 5.2 yards per carry this season and has overcome his own offensive line’s deficiencies to put up some big performances. Hall is a home-run threat every time he touches the ball, and he offers New York its best chance at a win each week. Las Vegas gave up 5.6 yards per carry to Giants running back Saquon Barkley last week, so expect a heavy dose of Hall on Sunday night.
While the Jets continue to falter with Zach Wilson leading the offense, their defense has been one of the best in the league. New York held Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert to just 136 passing yards in Week 9 while registering five sacks and 13 quarterback hits. Las Vegas rookie quarterback Aidan O’Connell will be the one trying to move the ball against the Jets on Sunday, and that could get messy.
O’Connell, a fourth-round draft pick out of Purdue, has attempted just 50 passes in the NFL. He has thrown for only one TD and been intercepted twice. Given their earlier success against star QBs such as Buffalo’s Josh Allen, Philadelphia’s Jalen Hurts, and Herbert, the Jets defensive players have to like their chances against O’Connell.
In the effort to hide their rookie quarterback, the Raiders will likely rely on running back Josh Jacobs, the NFL’s leading rusher last season. Jacobs is averaging just 3.2 yards per carry this year, but he is the focal point of the Las Vegas offense and is producing on volume alone. The Jets are allowing 137.3 rushing yards per game this year, which is the third-highest total in the NFL. Jacobs will be given plenty of work as the Raiders try to grind out a tough win.
This could be another quiet week for Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams, who will spend most of his day going against Jets star cornerback Sauce Gardner. Adams hasn’t topped 60 receiving yards or scored a touchdown in any of his last five games. Going up against one of the best shutdown corners in the league won’t offer the best opportunity for him to bounce back this week. Gardner leads a Jets secondary that gives up the third-fewest passing yards per game this year, so it will be a tough outing for the Raiders’ O’Connell.
Jets vs. Raiders Predictions and Picks
We have a true pick ‘em game here. Both sides have had their struggles, and we could see the two worst quarterback performances of Week 10 in this game alone. The Jets' front office has stuck behind Zach Wilson, even though he has appeared to be one of the worst quarterbacks in the league throughout his three-year career. On the other side of the ball, Raiders rookie Aidan O’Connell will be faced with one of the daunting pass defenses in the NFL.
Since this game could go either way, I will lean toward the playmakers on the Jets' defense to make the difference. New York’s defensive line and secondary should be too much for O’Connell to handle -- no matter how good the vibes are in the Las Vegas locker room right now.
The Pick: New York Jets to win (-125)
This game between two bad offenses and two good defenses is all but screaming for a bet on the under. Not only are the passing attacks weak, but both defenses are more susceptible to the run. I expect this game to feature a lot of rushing attempts by the Jets’ Breece Hall and the Raiders’ Josh Jacobs, which will help keep the clock ticking and the total under 36.5.
The Pick: Jets vs. Raiders Under 36.5 (-105)
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After watching the Chargers sack his quarterback eight times on Monday, Jets head coach Robert Saleh probably wants to give defensive end Maxx Crosby and the Raiders as few opportunities as possible to get to Zach Wilson. Running back Breece Hall is explosive and gives the Jets their best chance of scoring. He should see plenty of work against a Raiders defense that gave up 5.6 yards per carry to the Giants’ Saquon Barkley last week.
It hasn't been pretty for Raiders running back Josh Jacobs this year, but the opportunities have been there. Since he averages only 3.2 yards per carry, I will stay away from his yardage total, but in a closely fought game against a defense that stifles the pass, I will happily bet the over on his over 66.5 rushing attempts. Las Vegas rookie quarterback Aidan O’Connell is not ready for this Jets secondary, and interim head coach Antonio Pierce certainly knows it. Jacobs will therefore be the focal point of the team’s offense this week.
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