Why taking the NY Jets could retire your mother in Week 1 NFL?

The New York Jets have faced a challenging 12-season playoff drought, marking the longest active streak in the NFL and sharing the title for the longest active streak across all four major North American sports leagues. This is precisely why they made the significant move of acquiring Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers, the not yet washed up quarterback, knows the importance of a strong defense and the need for smart gameplay. While taking calculated risks is part of the strategy, it’s all about maximizing favorable matchups to improve the odds of success. The start of a new season brings a level playing field, and anything can happen.

Aaron Rodgers boasts an impressive record of nine consecutive wins on Monday nights, a streak that ranks third in NFL history, trailing only Ken Stabler (11) and Steve Young (10). In contrast, there has been just one Jets quarterback, Joe Namath in 1967, who threw for over 4,000 yards in a season. Rodgers has achieved this feat in ten seasons. Additionally, only Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2015 has thrown 30 or more touchdowns in a season for the Jets, whereas Rodgers has accomplished this eight times.

This upcoming game will mark Rodgers’ third encounter with Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Despite Rodgers’ strong performance in their previous matchup, which included a higher completion percentage, two touchdowns, one interception, and an impressive passer rating, the Packers suffered a loss to the Bills.

The Jets will have both Dalvin Cook and Breece Hall available in their backfield against the Bills. Coach Robert Saleh emphasized that there will be careful consideration given to their usage, as both players are returning from injuries. Monday’s game will mark Hall’s first time being tackled in game action since his ACL tear in Week 7 of the previous season. Despite returning to practice in August, he did not participate in the preseason.

In summary, despite the Jets’ long playoff absence, the addition of Aaron Rodgers brings hope and anticipation for a successful season. The team’s strategy is to leverage Rodgers’ expertise and to make smart decisions on the field while considering player availability and fitness.

Why Bet on NY Jets?

The Jets have gone 12 seasons without a playoff appearance, longest active streak in the NFL & tied for the longest active streak in all of the 4 major North American sports. That’s why they traded for Aaron Rodgers.

“When you got a great defense, which like I feel like we do, I think you just have to play how you have always played: be smart,” Rodgers said this week. “You can take some chances when they are there, but it is all about a percentage game and trying to find the highest percentage match up every single time. But again, look we are 0-and-0 just like everybody. It will be two teams, it will be different after a night, but you don’t know what is going to happen.”

Rodgers has won nine straight starts on Monday night, tied for the third longest streak ever behind Ken Stabler (11) and Steve Young (10). There has only been 1 QB in Jets history to throw for 4,000+ yards in a season, Joe Namath in 1967. Rodgers has 10 seasons w/ 4,000+ pass yards. There has only been 1 QB in Jets history to throw 30+ TD in a season, Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2015. Rodgers has 8 seasons w/ 30+ pass TD.

It will mark Rodgers’ third all-time matchup against Bills QB Josh Allen. In the Bills’ 27-17 Sunday night triumph over the Packers in Week 8 last season, Rodgers took the loss although he posted better numbers (63%, 2 TD, 1 INT and 91. 4 passer rating compared to 52%, 2 TD, 2 INT and a 75.1 rating).

The New York Jets backfield will be a full go against the Bills as New York head coach Robert Saleh said both Dalvin Cook and Breece Hall will be available against Buffalo. But the coach did admit there will be a bit of thinking going into the decision with both coming off injury. Monday will be the first time Hall will be tackled in game action since he tore his ACL in Week 7 at Denver last season. The second-round pick in 2022 out of Iowa State was returned to practice Aug. 15 and did not play in the preseason.

“I don’t know if I want to call it a snap count, but we are gonna be smart with them,” Saleh said“We’