Jets vs. Bills Breakdown

NFL Week 17 Breakdown: Jets look to clinch vs. banged-up Bills today

Does the public thing the New York Jets are a sure thing against the Buffalo Bills today? Here’s a breakdown of this AFC matchup.

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According to oddsmakers at, New York is favored on the road, as the Jets are getting odds of -3 points against the Bills. The over/under total for the contest has been set at 41 points. These two meet today at 1PM ET on CBS.

The Jets (10-5, 8-5-2 ATS) can lock up a playoff spot with a win today against the Bills (7-8, 7-7), who have nothing to play for other than avoiding a losing record. The public betting is soundly with the Jets in today’s clash, as they are getting 73 percent of the wagers as a 3-point favorite. Buffalo actually won the first meeting 22-17 in New York and the Bills have won and covered the spread in four straight against the Jets. Despite that, the Jets have won five straight, going 4-0-1 ATS in that stretch. Buffalo is 2-4 in its last 6 while going 2-3-1 ATS in those games.

The Jets come into this game largely healthy while the Bills have a few injuries of note as QB Tyrod Taylor is dealing with a shoulder injury but expected to play. Defensive tackle Marcel Dareus is listed as questionable after leaving last week’s game with a shoulder injury. Buffalo will against be without LeSean McCoy, who suffered a torn MCL a few weeks back.

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