The Jets have opened at 75/1 odds to win Super Bowl LII, according to a list released by Bovada sportsbook in Las Vegas.
Among the Jets' AFC East rivals, the Patriots -- at 5/1 -- have the best odds in the NFL. The Dolphins have 50/1 odds, while the Bills opened at 66/1.
Only the Bears (100/1), Browns, and 49ers (both at 150/1) have worse odds than the Jets.
The Jets finished 5-11 this past season, missing the playoffs for the sixth-straight time.
New York has reached the Super Bowl only once, winning Super Bowl III in 1969.
The Jets are in terrible company on the bottom of the list of odds for the next Super Bowl champion. Only three teams are considered longer shots than the Jets to win the Super Bowl LII championship.
And honestly? The Jets' 75/1 odds feel like they really should be a little longer.
In case you haven't noticed, they don't have a quarterback and at the moment nobody knows where they're going to find one. And that's the most important championship ingredient. The last time an average quarterback won a Super Bowl was the 2002 season when Brad Johnson did it. And he was backed by an all-time great defense. Ditto for Trent Dilfer with the Ravens in 2000.
And, in case you haven't noticed, the Jets don't have the makings of an all-time great defense, either.
So save your money on Super Bowl LII and probably LIII and maybe even LIV. Wait until the Jets know who their quarterback is before you put your money down on anything related to the Jets at all.