- The Los Angeles Rams’ odds dropped from +1100 to +800 after their Week 3 win.
- The New York Jets could very well not win a single game this season.
- The rookie quarterback class is shaping up to be a disappointing one.
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Rams’ convincing win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has put them in a position as a Super Bowl favorite. Plus, the New York Jets might go 0-17 on the season with six combined points in their last two games. Lastly, the rookie QB class has made some interesting developments.
The Los Angeles Rams Will Win The Super Bowl
The Los Angeles Rams had what was probably the most impressive win of the week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With a 3-0 start and a win over the reigning Super Bowl champs, the Rams are in line to win a championship title of their own.
NFL Super Bowl Winner
- Kansas City Chiefs +600
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
- Los Angeles Rams +800
The Kansas City Chiefs are 1-2, and the Bucs have now lost to the Rams. NFL betting sites may be making a mistake by not listing Los Angeles with at least a tie for the shortest odds as they’re currently the most impressive team in the NFL.
The New York Jets Will Go 0-17 This Season
The New York Jets could make history this season for being the first team to lose 17 games in an NFL season. New York has scored just six combined points over the last two weeks while allowing a combined 51 points. The team has shown no sign of competitiveness through three weeks of play and there has been no indication of improvements to come.
New York Jets To Go 0-17 Odds
- Yes +1400
The Jets will have games against the Houston Texans, Atlanta Falcons, and Jacksonville Jaguars before the season concludes, but with the current product being shown on the field, they will not be able to beat any of them.
This Is An All-Time Bad Rookie QB Class
Trevor Lawrence was supposed to be a generational talent. He is now one of five players to throw multiple interceptions in each of his first three career games. He’s tied for the NFL lead in interceptions and is completing an NFL-low 54.2% of his passes.
However, Zach Wilson may be even worse. He’s completing just 55.2% of passes and has thrown an NFL-leading seven interceptions. He’s only thrown two touchdowns and has taken the most sack yards this season.
Justin Fields made his first start and went 6-20 for 68 yards. He somehow made it possible to think Andy Dalton is the best option for the Chicago Bears.
Mac Jones has probably been the best of the bunch and he still has just a 52.3 QBR on the season. The offense is limited with Jones under center and it says more about the rest of the class that this is who has looked the best so far.
Trey Lance has the smallest sample size of any rookie quarterback but it says something in itself that Lance had the lowest completion percentage and lowest QBR amongst rookies in the preseason.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.