I could try to fake my way and pretend that I know who will win or cover the spread for this game. I could throw stats at you that I just found 10 minutes ago. I could post a video making my best Skip Bayless impression while screaming at my phone. Instead, you can skip all of that BS and take this great offer…
We’ve teamed up with PointsBet to offer you a chance to bet $20 and get $150 back on this Thursday Night Football game, win or lose.
Here’s how it works: Say you place a $20 moneyline bet on the Jets, even if they don’t cover, you still get $150 back. It’s that simple….
How to claim your offer using PointsBet:
- Sign up for PointsBet by clicking here
- Select your state.
- Deposit $20 or more into your account
- Finally, place a $20 bet on TNF and get $150 back.
Now that you’ve taken advantage of this great offer, back to Thursday’s game. I have a love-hate relationship with the Colts. If you’ve read any of my other football blogs, you’ll know that my favorite team is the Eagles. I spent most of my adult life arguing with people that Carson Wentz was a great quarterback. My blood would boil when people said that Dak was a better quarterback than him. Now that he’s no longer on my team, I shouldn’t have that same loyalty. I still find myself rooting for him and hoping for his success. The Colts have found themselves at 3-5. I didn’t see this happening. I thought with Wentz reuniting with Frank Reich that he would transform back into almost 2018 MVP. They have had close losses versus the Rams, Ravens, and Titans. Those three games were easily winnable, and they could be 6-2 heading into this game. This Thursday is the beginning of their second-half schedule, which is significantly easier with games against the Texans and two games against the Jaguars.
The Jets have maybe found the quarterback of the future. And I’m not talking about Zach Wilson and his smoking hot mom. I’m talking about Mike White. Last week he surprisingly upset the Bengals and looked fantastic doing it. He threw for 405 yards and 3 touchdowns. He and Cam Newton are the only two quarterbacks since 1950 to throw for at least 400 yards in their first start. He also set a record for most completions in a first start since he completed 37 starts. I don’t see this happening again with the Jets, but you could still get $150 by taking this offer regardless of the outcome.