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  1. The odds are based off one betting $100. Therefore if you bet $100 on the Jets making the playoffs at +670 and they execute it. You'll take home $770 (100+670 earning). The negative indicate that you'll earn less then you've bet. So +6 wins at -106 would give you an earning of $95. I can see Hall having a high TD total to win it. But Olave and London play in a division with terrible defenses. Had Elijah Mitchell (9ers) stayed healthy, he would have won by a wide mile. Put for Hall to win, we'll have to play alot of close games for him to get the attempts instead of the blowouts from last season.
  2. Which Odds would you take a gamble on? AFC East, NY Jets +2000 Make the Playoffs +670 Over 6 -106 Under 6 -1115 NFL Rushing Leaders, Breece Hall +4000 Offensive Rookie of the Year Breece Hall +700 Garret Wilson +800 Defensive Rookie of the Year Sauce Gardner +1000 Jermaine Johnson +1400 *PSA* How to stop gambling? Don’t start. For those addicted to gambling, know that the house always wins, if not why do casinos or betting houses make millions every year? The game is designed, or shall we say rigged in a legal way to favor the house. Therefore gambling for a living is stupid, even if you can make a living now, sooner or later your luck will run out.
  3. Way too many dump ins for my liking. Cmon Rangers!
  4. It seems like the odds have changed drastically to the point I missed the window to bet. I may still bet on us making the playoffs and for Chase to win MVP.
  5. I was supposed to drive to NYC this weekend from Pittsburgh. Man I got sleepy just by the thought of that 6 and a half hour drive and stayed in PA instead.
  6. Fan lawsuit claims Giants, Jets should drop 'New York' from names because they play in New Jersey By Steven Taranto 10m ago•1 min read As if things weren't already bad enough for both teams, one unwanted element of a decade-long malaise for both the New York Giants and New York Jets is the nagging criticism that the two Big Apple franchises actually play across the state line at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. That's influenced an unwanted legal distraction to both teams, as a pair of fans are persisting in legal action over New York football's territorial matters. According to the New York Post, a pair of New York-area fans have amended their $6 billion lawsuit against the Giants and Jets, alleging that they must drop "New York" from their names given that they play in New Jersey. The original lawsuit filed in January had demanded both teams be returned to New York State proper by 2025, but has since been revised. In their lawsuit, which seeks $2 billion in monetary damages and $4 billion in punitive damages claiming false advertising and deceptive practices, one plaintiff -- described as an "avid football fan" -- claimed that he was shocked to learn that the Giants played and operate in East Rutherford, New Jersey, when he bought tickets. The case-action lawsuit seeks to represent anyone who has attended games at MetLife Stadium since 2016. Neither the Giants, Jets, nor the NFL have taken kindly to the lawsuit -- In April, all parties filed papers to have the lawsuit dismissed, insisting that the use of New York in the team names is not misleading at all. MetLife Stadium resides just seven miles from Manhattan (separated by the Hudson River), and is well within the 75-mile radius covering the teams' NFL territory rights. "These claims are calculated to score points in the headlines -- not the courtroom," read a statement by lawyers representing the parties involved. After playing at Yankee Stadium during their glory years in the 1950s and early 1960s, the Giants moved to East Rutherford in 1976 to the newly-constructed Giants Stadium. The Jets became tenants of Giants Stadium in 1984, and the two teams have shared MetLife Stadium since 2010.
  7. You guys talking about going to a place nicknamed the 'Dog Pound' are out of your minds. That name alone doesn't sound family friendly.
  8. In 2023 we play @ Las Vegas. Hopefully it's around Halloween, as I'll love to go trick-or-treating in Vegas.
  9. I'm definitely going to Pittsburgh on the 2nd of October. I'm undecided on going to Miami for the January matchup. Might go anyways to enjoy the weather without knowing whether we're in contention are not.
  10. That schedule isn't tank friendly on the backend. Therefore playoffs or bust!
  11. In this case Juedy may have destroyed or attempted to destroy the "victims" phone. As minor as it sounds, it's a major offense in court. This would impedes one ability to call for help. So if you find something dirty in your partners phone. Do not throw it. Place it down. But on the other hands, I've seen men clothes get thrown outside. Wouldn't that be a similar charge?
  12. Now I'm hoping that Hall can grab number 20 while it's available.
  13. With an improved running game and defense, I see our completions decreasing for the better. A little less receptions for the WR and more for the TEs.
  14. You're definitely overlooking the improvement in the TE room which has been the worse in the sport the past couple of seasons. C.J. Uzomah, Conklin and Jeremy Ruckert. That a whole 180 in terms of competency that should benefit both the run and pass game. Although average at best, Moses is highly dependable. But at 31 years old, there's nothing wrong with moving on from him and going back to Becton. Clark is a year older then Chuma Edoga (24) who will back up the tackle positions with Max.
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