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Week 1 of the NFL season ends tonight as the Aaron Rodgers-led New York Jets host the 2022-23 AFC East top-dog Buffalo Bills. With the NFL back, online sportsbook like Caesars have upped their game with welcome bonuses. At Caesars, you’ll receive $250 in bonus bets after wagering just $50 on this Monday Night Football showdown.
Available to new customers only, you’ll receive $250 in bonus bets across five weeks. The first $50 bonus bet comes after the $50 wager settles. From there, you’ll get a $50 bonus on the next four Mondays.
To claim this offer, click our exclusive link to Caesars, select the state you plan on playing in, and use promo code “WSNGET” to claim this $250 bonus bet welcome bonus.
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Suppose you’re looking for something at Caesars Sportsbook besides the welcome bonus. In that case, you’re in luck as they’re offering an odds boost for this game, focusing on Bills quarterback Josh Allen and Jets quarterback Aaron Rodger.
Here are the wagers you’d be making:
To claim these odds boosts, simply log into your account, and you’ll find it just under the menu of all sports with a clickable icon.
The maximum wager for these odds boosts is $100.
Now that you know about our exclusive welcome offer and the odds boost here at Caesars, it’s time to create an account and use promo code “WSNGET” to take advantage of these offers.
Below, we’ll supply you with the odds for this game courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook, and we’ll provide some analysis for where you should lean with that $50 wager needed for the $250 in bonus bets.
The headline heading into this game is, of course, Rodgers quarterbacking the Jets. Despite Corey Davis's offseason retirement, he’s on a team with several weapons.
This will be a massive AFC East showdown, and this game could perhaps be part of the deciding factor for the division winner.
Rodgers played in the preseason for the first time in what feels like forever. It was just eight attempts, but as we saw in the Cincinnati Bengals game, the lack of live game reps could negatively impact a quarterback. Rodgers threw a touchdown on those eight attempts, completing five for 47 yards.
He’ll have an offensive line with Mekhi Becton returning on the right side. Left tackle Duane Brown is questionable, but he’ll suit up. The Bills have a great pass rusher in Greg Rousseau, who’s coming off a 42-pressure, nine-sack regular season.
The Bills corners struggled last season, too, which could be a problem against the starting trio of Garrett Wilson, Allen Lazard, and Mecole Hardman. We can’t forget Dalvin Cook and Breece Hall out of the backfield.
The Bills will not be pushed over with Allen at quarterback. Still, we’re certainly concerned for him given the Bills offensive line, most notably Spencer Brown on the right side, against guys like John Franklin-Myers. They also drafted Will McDonald IV.
In the secondary, Sauce Gardner will match up with Stefon Diggs, and Gabe Davis will see coverage from D.J. Reed.
Deonte Harty, their new slot man, may see several targets here.
Risking it on a team with a new quarterback is usually ill-advised, but this team appears to be gelling and has an excellent defense.
The Jets take this one.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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