NFL Picks: Week 9 Chargers vs Jets


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The Los Angeles Chargers are set to face the New York Jets on Monday night in what promises to be an exciting NFL matchup at MetLife Stadium.



SPREAD: Los Angeles Chargers -3.5 (-101), New York Jets +3.5 (-119)

MONEYLINE:  Los Angeles Chargers -175, New York Jets +150

TOTAL:  Los Angeles Chargers O 40 (-110), New York Jets U 40 (-110)


Lightning Strikes in Primetime

NFL Team Los Angeles ChargersIn their recent game against the Chicago Bears, the Chargers secured a decisive 30-13 victory. Quarterback Justin Herbert continued to impress, completing 77.5% of his passes for 298 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions. Herbert’s precision passing has been a crucial asset for the Chargers, and he’s amassed 1,890 passing yards this season, averaging 270 yards per game. He’s also thrown 13 touchdown passes, showing his ability to find the end zone consistently.

Running back Austin Ekeler may not have had a big rushing game against the Bears, gaining just 29 yards on 15 carries, but he made a significant impact in the passing game. Ekeler added 94 receiving yards and one touchdown, displaying his versatility as both a rusher and a pass-catcher. He’s been a reliable target for Herbert, with a total of 177 receiving yards this season.

Keenan Allen, the star wide receiver for the Chargers, contributed with eight receptions for 69 yards against the Bears. His consistent performance has helped the Chargers maintain a potent passing attack. Allen boasts an impressive 643 receiving yards this season, averaging 91.9 yards per game, and he’s found the end zone four times, making him a formidable threat in the air.

Defensively, Khalil Mack and Kenneth Murray have been standout players for the Chargers. Mack’s seven sacks demonstrate his ability to disrupt opposing offenses, while Murray has shown his prowess with two sacks and an interception. Asante Samuel Jr. has also been a key contributor in the secondary, with two interceptions and six pass deflections. The NFL Odds, the Chargers playing well every week, can win in New York.


Jet Fuel Ignites Monday Night

NFL Team New York JetsOn the other side of the field, the New York Jets come into this game fresh off a 13-10 victory against their crosstown rivals, the New York Giants. Quarterback Zach Wilson had a solid performance, throwing for 240 yards and a touchdown. Wilson has shown glimpses of promise as a rookie, with 1,337 passing yards and five touchdowns this season. He’s also a dual-threat quarterback, as demonstrated by his 123 rushing yards.

Breece Hall has been a significant contributor in the Jets’ ground game, tallying 443 rushing yards and two touchdowns this season. He’s shown an ability to break big runs and has also been a reliable target in the passing game, with 189 receiving yards and a touchdown. Garrett Wilson’s 100 receiving yards against the Giants further established him as a key receiving threat for the Jets.

Defensively, linebackers Quincy Williams and C.J. Mosley have been tackling machines for the Jets. They’ve combined for 142 tackles, with Williams contributing eight tackles for loss and two sacks. Mosley, a veteran leader on the team, also has one interception to his name. Jordan Whitehead, the safety, has been a ball hawk with three interceptions and seven pass deflections. The NFL Lines, the Jets with a winning season, look for a new victory at home.

Betting Landscape

In terms of betting, the Chargers have shown promise, covering the spread in three out of seven games this season. When favored by three points or more, they’ve managed to cover in two of three matchups. Additionally, they’ve gone over the total in 28.6% of their games this year.

On the other hand, the Jets have a strong ATS (against the spread) record of 4-2-1 this season. As underdogs of three points or more, they’ve covered the spread in two of three games. Their games have gone over the point total 42.9% of the time.