It’s Bills vs. Jets in the first Monday Night Football game of the season. Sunday brought plenty of punch, including both upsets, blowouts, and, more than anything, excitement. Now, there remains just one game left for opening weekend, and it features a star-studded AFC East rivalry.
Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets will take on Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills in a Monday Night Football bout this evening that promises a lot of fireworks.
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Garrett Wilson Anytime TD: +140
The connection between Garrett Williams and his new quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, has been evident since day one. While there will likey be some kinks to work out in Week 1, as is the case for any team, expect Wilson and Rodgers to connect early and often, including for a touchdown during tonight’s game.
Dalton Kincaid Anytime TD: +340
Rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid has high expectations ahead of him as a first-round pick — the only tight end to be selected in the first round this season. While the expectations are high, the possibilities are even higher. With the Bills shifting their offensive focus to include more 12 personnel, look for Dalton Kincaid to get plenty of snaps, and with that, opportunity to reach the endzone.
Josh Allen Under 299.5 passing yards: -330
Weather conditions are not currently what some would call ideal, as there was a “shelter in place mandate” in effect until roughly 6 o’clock. Sure, Allen will surely take what shots he can through the air, but against this impressive Jets defense, in these conditions, it’s difficult to see anyone breaking the 300-yard mark, even Josh Allen.
Jets Moneyline: +105
Speaking of the Jets’ impressive defensive squad, they could prove the difference in tonight’s matchup, especially considering the aforementioned conditions. With a star-studded lineup including veteran linebacker C.J. Mosley, star defensive lineman Quinnen Williams, and elite corner Sauce Gardner, this is not a unit to mess with, and the Bills will have their hands full trying to slip past them.
Then there’s the much-improved offense New York will be trotting out. Aaron Rodgers is the obvious story, but the addition of Dalvin Cook, mixed with the continued development of Garrett Wilson and return back Bryce Hall, spell trouble for opposing defenses this season.
It likely will still be close, but expect the Jets to edge out the win tonight.