The Denver Broncos (2-0) take on the New York Jets (0-2) in Week 3. The Jets ( moneyline odds to win) take the field as visitors on September 26, 2021 at 4:05 PM ET on CBS against the Broncos ( ). The contest’s total is currently set at .
In this article we break down what you need to know before making a bet on the game, including key metrics, weather, injuries, and the best available odds.
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 21, 2021, 4:18 AM ET. See table below for current betting odds and CLICK HERE to bet at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Broncos Vs. Jets Betting Odds
Broncos Vs. Jets Player Props
Broncos Vs. Jets Betting Angles
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Broncos Vs. Jets Weather
A weather forecast for Denver on September 26 is not yet available (as of 4:18 AM on September 21).
Broncos Vs. Jets Injury Report
|Duke Dawson Jr.||CB||Knee (acl)||Out|
|DaeSean Hamilton||WR||Torn Acl||Out|
|Josey Jewell||ILB||Torn Pectoral||Out|
New York Injuries
Broncos Offense Vs. Jets Defense (2020)
|Broncos Offense||Stats (Rank)||Jets Defense|
|20.2 (28)||Points/Gm||28.6 (26)|
|0.31 (27)||Points/Play||0.42 (23)|
|335.6 (23)||Yards/Gm||387.6 (24)|
|229.6 (28)||Pass Yards/Gm||287.2 (29)|
|119.9 (13)||Rush Yards/Gm||112.0 (12)|
|5.2 (24)||Yards/Play||5.7 (21)|
|6.6 (24)||Yards/Pass||7.6 (25)|
|4.3 (14)||Yards/Rush||4.0 (6)|
|38.7% (26)||3rd Down %||44.6% (24)|
|53.3% (27)||Red Zone %||60.0% (13)|
|32 (32)||Turnovers||19 (22)|
|32 (13)||Sacks||31 (20)|
Jets Offense Vs. Broncos Defense (2020)
|Jets Offense||Stats (Rank)||Broncos Defense|
|15.2 (32)||Points/Gm||27.9 (25)|
|0.26 (32)||Points/Play||0.43 (25)|
|279.9 (32)||Yards/Gm||367.9 (20)|
|194.7 (31)||Pass Yards/Gm||255.6 (17)|
|105.2 (23)||Rush Yards/Gm||130.0 (25)|
|4.7 (32)||Yards/Play||5.6 (18)|
|6.2 (31)||Yards/Pass||7.2 (15)|
|4.1 (24)||Yards/Rush||4.8 (29)|
|34.0% (32)||3rd Down %||40.2% (15)|
|42.1% (32)||Red Zone %||47.5% (1)|
|19 (14)||Turnovers||16 (29)|
|43 (24)||Sacks||42 (9)|
When The Broncos Have The Ball (2020)
- The Jets allowed opponents to score on 60.0% of their red-zone appearances last season (13th in league). The Broncos’ offense had a 53.3% red-zone percentage (27th).
- Denver ranked 32nd in the league last season, committing 32 turnovers, while New York was 22nd with 19 turnovers forced.
- The Broncos averaged 4.3 yards per carry last year (14th in the league) compared to the 4.0 per attempt the Jets gave up (sixth).
- New York’s defense racked up 31 sacks last season (13th-fewest in the NFL). Denver gave up 32 sacks to rank 13th in the league.
When The Jets Have The Ball (2020)
- The Broncos allowed opponents to score on 47.5% of their red-zone trips last year (first in league). The Jets’ offense had a 42.1% red-zone percentage (32nd).
- New York was 32nd in the NFL in third-down percentage a year ago (34.0%), and will be up against the 15th-ranked Denver third-down defense from last season (40.2%).
- The Jets averaged 6.2 yards per pass attempt last season (31st in the NFL) compared to the 7.2 per pass the Broncos allowed (15th in the league).
- New York’s pass protection resulted in 43 sacks given up last season, ninth-most in the league. Denver’s defense totaled 42 (ninth-most).
Broncos Betting Trends And Insights
- Denver covered nine times in 16 games with a spread last season.
- Denver and its opponents combined to hit the over eight out of 16 times last season.
- Denver and its opponents combined to score more than 41 points in nine of 16 games last season.
- The Broncos never were listed as the moneyline favorite in a game last season.
Jets Betting Trends And Insights
- New York compiled a 6-10-0 ATS record last year.
- The Jets covered the spread once when an underdog by 10.5 points or more last year (in four opportunities).
- In New York’s games last year, the combined scoring went over the point total seven times.
- New York’s games last season had a combined scoring total higher than 41 points in 11 of 16 outings.
- The Jets were underdogs in 15 games last season and won two (13.3%) of those contests.
Broncos Players To Watch
- Last year Teddy Bridgewater put up 3,733 passing yards (233.3 per game) while going 340-for-492 (69.1%) and throwing for 15 touchdowns with 11 interceptions. He added 279 rushing yards (a team high) on 53 carries with five touchdowns, averaging 17.4 yards per game.
- A year ago Melvin Gordon III racked up 986 rushing yards (61.6 per game) and scored nine touchdowns.
- Last season Tim Patrick was targeted 79 times and recorded 51 catches for 742 yards with six touchdowns.
- Noah Fant also contributed with 673 receiving yards on 62 grabs and three touchdowns. He was targeted 93 times, and put up 42.1 yards per game.
- K.J. Hamler caught 30 passes on 56 targets for 381 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 25.4 yards per game.
- Malik Reed had an impressive body of work a year ago, collecting 8.0 sacks, 11.5 TFL and 72 tackles.
- In last year’s campaign, Alexander Johnson collected 176 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and 1.0 sack.
- Justin Simmons intercepted five passes and tacked on 115 tackles, 3.0 TFL, and nine passes defended last season.
Jets Players To Watch
- Ty Johnson racked up 254 rushing yards (16.9 per game) and scored one touchdown.
- Last year Lamical Perine rushed for 232 yards on 64 carries (19.3 yards per game), with two rushing touchdowns.
- Last year Corey Davis hauled in 65 passes for 984 yards (61.5 per game) with five touchdowns.
- Jamison Crowder’s stat line last year was 59 grabs for 699 yards and six touchdowns. He put up 43.7 receiving yards per game.
- Keelan Cole caught 55 passes on 88 targets for 642 yards and five TDs.
- Quinnen Williams had an impressive body of work a year ago, registering 7.0 sacks, 13.5 TFL and 78 tackles.
- Marcus Maye totaled 124 tackles, 5.0 TFL, 2.0 sacks, and two interceptions over the course of his 2020 campaign.
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