In what should've been Patrick Mahomes vs Aaron Rodgers, we now get Mahomes vs Zach Wilson. Rodgers went down in Week 1 with a torn Achilles, which has left the Jets offense scrambling to find some answers.
Can Wilson figure some things out and can the Jets stellar defense contain Mr. Mahomes? Check out the live odds and best bets for Chiefs at Jets right here! Hope your NFL Week 4 is a winning one!
After their 21-20 loss to the Lions in their opener, the Chiefs have turned up their defense and finally looked like their old selves on offense as well last game. They are allowing just under 10ppg over their last 2 games and are scoring an average of 29ppg.
Last week against the Bears, the Chiefs threw for over 300 yards and rushed for over 150. All that while their defense held the Bears to just 200 total yards and sacked Justin Fields 3 times. They were 10 of 14 on 3rd down and look to be clicking on all cylinders now.
The Jets are looking like the Jets again after Zach Wilson stepped in for the injured Aaron Rodgers and stole week 1’s matchup with Buffalo. They have scored 10 points in back-to-back games while allowing an average of 22.5.
Breece Hall and Dalvin Cook have yet to be a formidable backfield and Zach Wilson looks like a QB that belongs on the sidelines. Rumors are swirling that the defense is upset with head coach Robert Saleh’s backing of Wilson so this one could get ugly early.
We believe this one is going to be an absolute route. The Jets defense has yet to prove they will be able to contain an offense as good as the Chiefs.
The KC defense looks strong after Chris Jones re-signed and could easily blank this pour Jets team. We expect the KC defense to force more turnovers than the Jets will score touchdowns + field goals.
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The Jets have struggled to score just 1 touchdown in multiple games.
KC has already held 1 team to 0 touchdowns (Jacksonville).
All 3 of KC’s 1st drives this season have all ended with a punt.
The Jets held the Bills in their opener to a punt on their 1st drive.
The Jets have gone under this total in 2 of their 3 games with the lone game going over by just 1 point.
KC has held both of their opponents over the last 2 weeks under this total. They are allowing just 13.3ppg so far this season.