The New York Jets travel to the Denver Broncos on Sunday in an AFC showdown on CBS and Paramount+. Jets quarterback Zach Wilson had arguably the best game of his career in Week 4, but New York still edged out Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs 23-20. Meanwhile, the Broncos defeated the Chicago Bears 31-28 for their first win of the season. Sunday’s game will be Jets offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett’s first return to Denver since being fired as Broncos head coach less than a year ago. You can stream the game on Paramount+ in select markets, and you can try the game for free for the first seven days after signing up here now.
Kickoff is scheduled for 4:25 p.m. ET at Empower Field at Mile High in Denver. According to consensus, the latest odds on the Broncos vs. Jets are 2.5 points, with the total over/under set at 43 points. Sunday’s game can be streamed live on CBS and on Paramount+, including their must-have Paramount+ and SHOWTIME plans.
How to watch Jets vs. Broncos game
- Broncos vs. Jets Date: Sunday, October 8
- Broncos vs. Jets Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
- Broncos vs. Jets TV Channel: CBS
- Broncos vs. Jets live stream: Paramount+
NFL Week 5 Jets vs Broncos Draft
Before you tune in to Sunday’s Broncos-Jets game, you’ll want to check out the NFL Draft from ‘s advanced computer model. The model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times and has seen its price increase by more than $7,000 for a $100 NFL pick since its launch. The model enters Week 5 of the 2023 NFL season riding an incredible 168-118 streak in top NFL draft picks dating back to the 2017 season. It’s also 22-10 on top NFL draft picks since Week 7 of last season.
For the Broncos vs. Jets game, the model chooses to score under 43 points. The Jets defense may be missing some key pieces on Sunday but should still be able to stop Russell Wilson from taking over the game, even though he’s 3-0 against New York in his career. Denver relied on its fourth-quarter offense to win in Week 4 against Chicago, but New York’s defense won’t be as forgiving on Sunday.
Offensively, the Jets are averaging just 252.8 yards per game this season, ranking 30th in the NFL. Zach Wilson is coming off a big game but has failed to pass for more than 170 yards in three of the last four games. Additionally, the Under have had eight hits in the last nine Jets games in Denver. You may be able to watch the game here.
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