We got the 2-8 New England Patriots traveling to the Meadowlands to take on the winless 0-8 Jets under the lights in Monday Night Football. With Sam Darnold out tonight, the Jets will be turning to former Super Bowl MVP and current veteran Joe Flacco [O/U – 215.5 Passing Yards.] Flacco has been rather shaky this season and has seen action in three games so far; in those three games, Flacco has hit the under in passing yards on his player prop betting line. On the other side of the ball, we will be seeing former NFL MVP Cam Newton [O/U 207.5 Passing Yards], who is desperately trying to get New England back to their winning form. Cam Newton started the season off very strong but has been poorly as of late, hitting the under in passing yards on his player prop betting line in each of the past four games… Both teams have their quarterbacks entering this primetime matchup looking to improve their play. Whichever quarterback STEPS-UP tonight will most likely be the winner.
The home-team Jets are desperately searching for their first victory of the season [or to finish first place in the Trevor Lawrence sweepstakes.] The Jets will have Joe Flacco as QB tonight in search of their first win, joining Flacco in this offense is rookie RB La’Mical Perine [O/U 34/5 Rushing Yards.] Perine has played in six games so far this season and has hit the under in rushing yards on his player prop betting line in five of those games. The one occasion where Perine hit the over on his prop bet line was the only time this season where has received 10+ carries. Joining the rookie Perine in this ground attack is NFL Legend/Veteran Frank Gore [37.5 Rushing Yards.] The 37-year old RB has hit the over in rushing yards in two of the past three games. The star of this Jets offense is questionable tonight in Jamison Crowder [O/U 49.5 Receiving Yards.] Crowder has participated in four games so far this season and has hit the over in receiving yards on his player prop betting line in three of the four, averaging 112 yards per game in those three games.
Bill Belichek and the Patriots need to get back to their winning ways as this start to the season has been their worst in roughly 20 years. In this Patriots offense, joining Cam Newton is a trio of running backs, led by 2nd year Pro Damien Harris [O/U 50.5 Rushing Yards.] Harris had a monstrous game last week against the Bills, hitting the over on his player prop betting line while finishing 102 rushing yards. Unfortunately for the Patriots, Harris is currently listed as questionable for this matchup, and the majority of the carries may fall on Rex Burkhead [O/U 24.5 Rushing Yards.] Burkhead played a solid game last week versus the Bills, hitting the over in rushing yards, finishing with 26. Closing out this running back trio is an RB more known for their hands rather than feet in James White [O/U 23.5 Receiving Yards.] There have been four games so far this season in which White has received at least 3 targets. James has hit the over on his prop betting line in all four of those corners. We have two divisional rivals going head-to-head tonight in efforts to get back to their winning ways.