The Jets will travel to Cleveland to take on the Browns on Thursday Night Football on Prime tonight. It's a short week following Christmas on a Monday for both of these teams. We have been red hot on our Thursday Night Football NFL Prop Bets on Prime riding a 16-5 run. Check out our VIP Picks for our best bets every week.
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Jets vs Browns Player Props
Amari Cooper (Cleveland Browns) Over 54.5 Receiving Yards
Despite facing a strong Jets defense, Cooper's recent form suggests he can exceed this total. He has been targeted heavily in recent games, averaging 121.3 receiving yards over the last four games since Joe Flacco took over as quarterback.
Breece Hall (New York Jets) Over 45.5 Rushing Yards
He will be going up against the #10 rushing defense in this game but the Jets are on their third string QB Trevor Semien in this game tonight so what are they going to do? Run the ball. Hall is coming off of a game last week where he had 95 yards on 20 carries and 2 touchdowns with Semien in so expect more of the same gameplan against the Browns tonight which should lead to him going over 45.5 rushing yards for us.
David Njoku (Cleveland Browns) Anytime Touchdown (+185)
The Jets have shown vulnerability to tight ends in the red zone, allowing eight touchdown passes to the position this season. Njoku has been in exceptional form lately, setting personal season highs in yards and touchdowns.
New York Jets:
The Jets, despite facing quarterback instability and offensive line issues, have two standout offensive talents in WR Garrett Wilson and RB Breece Hall. Wilson is close to reaching 1,000 yards for the first time and Hall has excelled in receptions and receiving yards among running backs.
Defensively, the Jets boast a strong pass defense, not having allowed a 300-yard passer in 33 games, and they rank second in the NFL in this category. They will be facing a familiar face in QB Joe Flacco, who now leads the Browns. The Jets’ defense, known for its aggressiveness, will be a critical factor in this game.
The Browns are on a three-game winning streak under the leadership of Joe Flacco. They have a balanced offensive attack featuring WR Amari Cooper and TE David Njoku, alongside their efficient ground game.
Cleveland’s defense, led by Myles Garrett with 13 sacks, has been formidable and ranks as one of the top units in the league. They will aim to limit the Jets’ offensive options and create pressure on the quarterback.