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The New Jersey Jets are multiple games over .500 with a record of 4-2, whereas the Denver Broncos and their lackluster offense are just 2-4. Kade Kimble takes a look ahead of the Week Seven matchup.

Denver Broncos vs. New York Jets Prediction, Pick, Odds: Will the Broncos Stop Breece Hall?

The New Jersey Jets are multiple games over .500 with a record of 4-2, whereas the Denver Broncos and their lackluster offense are just 2-4. The two teams are absolutely having opposite seasons, and are flipping expectations that benefit only the Jets.

With two complete opposite seasons, the Denver Broncos come into the Week Seven matchup as 1-point favorites. Check out our bets for NFL Week 7.

Broncos vs. Jets Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: October 23, 2022
  • Game Time: 4:25 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: CBS

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Broncos vs. Jets Prediction

The New York Jets have been playing with Zach Wilson for three games now. While he hasn’t put together quite the season Joe Flacco is having, he’s playing well enough to keep the Jets afloat. Fortunately for them, Wilson has plenty of potential and could break out for a much better season than he is having. That’s not their only hope though, as they’ve been finding ways to win.

Russell Wilson and the Broncos’ offense has been very, very bad. Wilson has been an average QB, which is something we’re not used to. He’s got the weapons. The offense has plenty of talent. We know Wilson is capable of utilizing his talent to make some magic happen, yet we haven’t seen it this season. 

For the Jets, they’ve averaged under ten total yards more than the Broncos, yet they’ve been able to complete their drives and capitalize on big plays. The Broncos have slowly bled out each game, which has been the biggest difference. 

Wilson has brought in only five passing touchdown scores through his first six games while throwing three touchdowns. He’s been able to slightly move the ball, being slightly above average. His inability to finish drives and make the right end zone read has crippled the Broncos' offense so far this season. He’s thrown for 1,442 yards, which leaves him at 13th in the league. 

Zach Wilson, in his own respect, hasn’t been incredible either, but, again, he hasn’t had to be. His team has been solid in their own respect. The team has still averaged nearly 24 points per contest despite the injury rotations. Not to mention, the Jets are 3-0 ATS on road games, and with the Broncos being the one-point favorites, the Jets have to like their odds. 

The Jets' defense is going to have to force the Broncos into another slump, though, as the Broncos' incredible defense is going to have the Jets doing anything they can to win. The Broncos' defense has allowed just 16.5 points per game, even though they’re only averaging 15.2 points per game. 

So, this game could easily be like another one of the Broncos’ classic low-scoring games. In the Broncos' only game scoring over 20 points, they allowed 32 points. We can expect the Broncos to hold the Jets to right around or below 20 points though, setting up for a close game. I’m still not confident that the Broncos can close this game, especially with an apparent hamstring injury. 

The Jets are riding on some momentum right now, while the Broncos have found none, I expect the Jets to come grind out a low-scoring win against the Broncos as underdogs. 

Broncos vs. Jets Pick

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Kade has spent his last 3 years writing about the Oklahoma City Thunder. He has also been following the NBA for the past 11 years. Just recently, Kade began co-hosting the Boomtown Hoops Podcast.


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