The Jets recently defeated a battered Miami Dolphins team, 40-17. When Miami's opening possession came around, New York's defense made a good first impression by forcing a safety.
Last week in London, Green Bay was defeated 27-22 by the New York Giants. The Packers led the game 20-13 going into the fourth quarter, but they only managed two touchdowns and gave up 14 to lose.
Jets vs Packers Match Details
Fixture: Jets at Packers
Date and Time: Sunday, October 16; 1:00 pm ET
Venue: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
NFL Parlay Leg #1: Under 45.5 (-110)
In six of their last ten meetings, both teams have put up respectable scores, but on most occasions they have failed to go over 40 points. That looks increasingly likely to happen today as well. Both teams showcased better defensive performances this season. Expect the total of the game to be under 45 points.
NFL Parlay Leg #2: Aaron Jones Over 60.5 rushing yards (-115)
Aaron Jones has surpassed Sunday's over/under of 61.5 yards by averaging 78.0 yards per game this season. Jones has run for more than 61.5 yards three times this year (in five games; 60.0%). His average rushing yardage prop bet has been set by bookmakers at 54.3 yards.
By accumulating 78.0 rushing yards per game, he has outgained it. In three of his five chances this year, Jones nailed the over on his prop bet total for rushing yards (60.0%). In five games this season, Jones has only registered one rushing touchdown.
NFL Parlay Leg #3: Zach Wilson to throw an interception
Wilson exceeded Sunday's over/under by 15.5 yards, throwing for 231 yards per week. In one of his five games so far this season, Wilson has passed for more than 215.5 yards. Wilson's average passing yardage this season (231) is 17.5 yards more than his average total of prop yards (213.5).
This season, Zach Wilson has only once exceeded his predicted passing yardage total. In two games this season, Wilson has only completed one touchdown throw. Wilson has thrown an interception in one of the two games this season, and on that occasion, he had more than one INT.