The Jets come into the game with a 3-2 record and sitting one game back of the Bills in the AFC East. New York thumped the Dolphins in Week 5, putting up 21 points in the fourth quarter en route to a 40-17 win. This is the first time the Jets have been 3-2 since 2017. They finished that season 5-11.
The Packers are also 3-2 and also sitting a game back in their division, behind the Minnesota Vikings. Green Bay is coming off a 27-22 loss to the Giants in London that saw them blow a 17-3 first half lead. Considering how much the Packers struggled the week before in beating the Patriots in overtime even as New England was down to their third-string QB, Green Bay has a lot to sort out.
The Packers are a 7.5-point favorite against the Jets with the point total installed at 45 at DraftKings Sportsbook. The Packers are -330 on the moneyline while the Jets are +275.
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