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Super Bowl Playoff History Of New York Jets

January 6, 2011

In the history of their franchise the New York Jets have recently qualified for the playoffs for the 14th time. The majority of the team’s playoff appearances have been in the last two decades, while the franchise has been in existence since the year 1960.

On Saturday, the Jets play the Indianapolis Colts and are favorites in NFL betting super bowl odds.

In the NFL on the a regular basis the Jets have become one of the best teams as they have qualified for the playoffs 6 times since the beginning of the 21st century. They have not been able to have the type of success in the playoffs that they’d hope for, even as they have really turned things around as of late.

Since the Jets last made their way to the Super Bowl it has been more than 40 years. In the times of the AFL, that Super Bowl appearance actually came. The Jets thus qualified for the Super Bowl against the winners of the NFL Championship as they managed to win the AFL.

By the famous Joe Nam the Jets were led to Super Bowl. In what is one of the classic football games of all time, the team managed to win the Super Bowl behind Namath.

The fans of the Jets had little to cheer for after that time. Even though they did manage to turn things around in the 1980’s, they did not make the playoffs at all in the 1970s. The Jets left a foundation for the team to build up to what it is today as they qualified for the playoffs 4 times in the 1980s.

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NFL Betting Picks: New England Patriots at New York Jets

September 12, 2008

The New England Patriots play their first game without 2007 NFL MVP Tom Brady when they visit AFC East rival New York Jets on Sunday (4:15 pm ET, CBS).

New York is a 1.5-point favorite at Sportingbet.com and the total is 37.

New England is a dominating 9-1 SU and 7-3 ATS in the past 10 meetings with the Jets, including a 20-10 win last Dec. 16. The Pats failed to cover the 20.5-point home spread.

The Patriots beat the Kansas City Chiefs 17-10 as a 16-point favorite in Week 1, and the score went under the total of 43. Brady was injured in the first quarter and lost for the season with a torn ACL.

New York, with new QB Brett Favre, defeated the Miami Dolphins 20-14 as a 3-point underdog last week. The score went under the total of 37. Favre completed 15-of-22 passes for 194 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

New England is 5-0 SU and ATS in the past five meetings in New York. New England is 19-1 SU in its past 20. The Jets are 4-2 ATS in their past six. The total has gone over in four of the past six meetings.

Pick: Jets

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Get Free $50 NFL Bet at Sportingbet.com

September 12, 2008

Sportingbet.com is offering NFL football betting fans something they can’t refuse – a free bet.

NFL football bettors who place a wager (minimum of $10) on any NFL game during September and lose will be given a free bet of the same value up to $50.

The offer is also good when using Sportingbet.com’s Live Betting, which allows bettors to wager while a game is in progress.

NFL bettors can wager live on the following NFL games on Sunday: Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions (1 pm ET); the Indianapolis Colts at the Minnesota Vikings (1 pm ET, CBS); the New England Patriots at AFC East rival New York Jets (4:15 pm ET, CBS); the San Diego Chargers at Denver Broncos (4:15 pm ET, CBS); and the Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns (8:15 pm ET, NBC). Live Betting will also be available for the Monday Night Football tilt between NFC East rivals Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys (8:35 pm ET, ESPN).

The Patriots will be playing their first game without 2007 NFL MVP Tom Brady when they visit the Jets Sunday. The Patriots beat the Kansas City Chiefs 17-10 as a 16-point favorite in Week 1. Brady was injured in the first quarter and lost for the season with a torn ACL.

New York, with new QB Brett Favre, defeated the Miami Dolphins 20-14 as a 3-point underdog last week. The former Packer completed 15-of-22 passes for 194 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

The $50 free bet offer is not available for NCAA Football.

The offer is open to all Sportingbet.com customers who place a losing first bet on an NFL game up until Sept. 30. Qualifying customers will be notified within 72 hours of their first bet being settled and the bonus credited to their account. Free bet bonuses not used by May 31, 2009 will be removed from player accounts.

Bet NFL Football at Sportingbet.com

Sportingbet Plc, the world’s largest online betting and gaming group, is based in London and is listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM market (LSE: SBT). The company has over 2.5 million registered customers in 200 countries, who place over 1,000,000 bets (casino, poker, sports and virtual games) per day.