When the Jets (2-5) face the Golds (3-5) in Indianapolis to start NFL Week 9 on “Thursday Night Football” (Fox, NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video), it will be two teams trying to change that. Things before the second half of the 2021 season.
The New York AFC Home rivals (Titans, Bengals) had two wins, but fought on the road, chasing their first win there. Indianapolis have only gone 1-3 at Lucas Oil Stadium, beating only the lowest Texans so far.
Jets replace quarterback Mike White will try to stay warm, while Carson Vents will try to clean up his parallel things to get the Golds back on track.
Everything you need to know about betting jets against the Golds in Week 9, including updated odds, trends and our prediction for “Thursday Night Football”.
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Jets vs Golds odds for ‘Thursday night football’
- Diffuser: 10.5 Foles
- Top down: 46.5
- Currency: Jets +420 Foals -560
(Racing odds by FanDuel Sportsbook)
Although the Jets had a big win against the Bengals last week and the Golds lost to the Titans at home, the line is drawn in double digits. It takes into account the benefit of the home and the first start of white on the road.
Golds vs All-Time Streak Jets
Teams played a lot in the old AFC East. After all these years, the Golds are leading 43-32. The teams met in 2020, 2018 and 2016, with the Golds taking two-thirds. In all, the Jets have won four of their last six encounters. The Golds have had the longest winning streak of four games and five games in the past, dating back to the Beaton Manning era.
Three trends to know
– 61 percent of bettors like the Jets, even on the road, are sad and hide another large number.
Since both teams scored in the 30s with different results last Sunday, more than 64 percent think the total number of bettors is very low.
-Colts 6-4 ATS, but 4-6 in their last 10 games. Six of them have passed. The Jets have been 4-6 ATS and SU in their last 10 games, only half of which have passed.
Three things to look out for
Temps Jonathan Taylor
With Derrick Henry landing this season for division rival Tennessee, Taylor has a good chance of winning his first-floor title. The Golds second-year fullback has 649 rash yards, second in the league, and averages 5.3 yards per car when he hits six touchdowns. The Golds need to nurture Taylor early on after the Colts were very satisfied with Ventz and offensive-minded coach Frank Reich in last week’s defeat to the Titans.
Michael Carter calls
The North Carolina Jets Rookie has just 279 rushing yards and 3 touchdowns, but he beat the Bengals as the first forward and wide receiver last week with 24 touches and 172 scrum yards. He lives up to his expectations as a dynamic playmaker and the Golds need to do the job of slowing down his all-round skills.
White vs. Vents
White played over the head despite last week’s turnover. Wentz played solidly for several weeks until he lost his team to bad prizes. Vents should play like the intelligent player he is and avoid mistakes when playing in a strong running game. Whites should be motivated for a short week in a very hostile environment.
The statistic is important
121.8. This is the average rushing yardage that jets allow in road games this season. It ranks 23rd in the league. Taylor can be very talented in over 20 races and the Golds should not be confused with this, as Taylor has had some excellent prime-time performances against the 49ers and the Ravens before.
Jets vs Golds forecast
The Jets will fight back early on with inspiring defense to help Robert Saleh and Carter White move the ball. But the Golds will have Taylor and interested Elite White receiver Michael Pitman Jr. elevating the Ventes further so the home side can move away in the second half. The fact that the jets were upset last week and the Colts were late and negligent will cause a natural setback towards the average.
Golds 27, Jets 14