Jets Super Bowl Odds: How Does the Aaron Rodgers' Trade Impact New York's Odds?

Aaron Rodgers is officially a member of the New York Jets. Come check out the New York Jets Super Bowl odds as oddsmakers believe they have a real chance to compete for a title next season.
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Jets Super Bowl Odds: How Does the Aaron Rodgers' Trade Impact New York's Odds?

The New York Jets have finally heard the news that they've been waiting for. Aaron Rodgers has made it clear that he wants to play for the Jets.

Rodgers looks to now go to a loaded AFC and have a chance to turn the Jets into a Super Bowl contender. The New York Jets Super Bowl odds suggest that they have a chance.

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Rodgers comes over as one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. There should truly be no denying that at this point. However, is he enough for the Jets to finally get out of this drought that they've been in for the past two decades?

Let's break down the latest New York Jets Super Bowl odds and see what the sportsbooks are thinking.

New York Jets Super Bowl Odds


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As we can see from the New York Jets Super Bowl odds, the likely addition of Aaron Rodgers has New York as one of the favorites to win it all.

It's interesting to look at the odds for the Jets and Aaron Rodgers. For one, the Jets appeared to be a quarterback away from being a very good team last season. Some even believed that they were a quarterback away from being a Super Bowl level squad. While that's up for debate, there are other ways to look at this.

Rodgers will join an offense of Breece Hall, Garrett Wilson, and others that have proven to be high-level players.

However, this is the New York Jets and Aaron Rodgers that we're talking about. The Jets winning a Super Bowl seems like something that will never happen and Rodgers has historically had a lack of success in the postseason. This could either completely change in New York or be the exact same thing that we've seen from both sides for over a decade.

Those playoff disappointments also didn't come against guys like Patrick Mahomes, Joe Burrow, and Josh Allen.

Still, there's no denying that adding Rodgers is the right move. They will need to figure out a quarterback situation in the next year or two, but for now, the Jets have their guy.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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