Update: They are having technical issues, but looks like just a few minutes more before kickoff.
Make that 1:10 https://t.co/w7qH2zwmjY— Billy “Got Big-Timed by Lovie Smith” Riccette (@Billy_Riccette) November 20, 2022
The Jets (6-3) won five of their last six games and are in a revenge spot coming out of the bye week after losing the New England 22-17 two games ago at home. New York is coming off an impressive 20-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills, rushing for 174 yards as a team, and the Jets will enter Sunday tied with the Bills and Miami Dolphins in the loss column for the top spot in the AFC East.
The Patriots (5-4) have started to figure things out after a 1-3 start and pulled off wins in four of their last five contests. Prior to the bye, New England knocked off the Indianapolis Colts 26-3, limiting them to just 121 yards of total offense. The Pats are a game behind the all three AFC East franchises in the loss column but would still hold the No. 7 seed in the AFC if the season ended today.
The Patriots are 3.5-point favorites on DraftKings Sportsbook with -170 moneyline odds, making the Jets +145 underdogs. The over/under is set at 38.
Jets vs. Patriots
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