NJ SPORTS BETTING APPS
Have you tried FOXBet yet?
Now is a great time to try, if you have not. The new betting app from Fox Sports and the Stars Group has taken the NJ sports betting world by storm. A very sleek and easy-to-use app from media monsters has quickly become a favorite for bettors. Tonight, FOX Bet is looking to boost your bankrolls with its latest promo.
FOX Bet has announced it is offering a very friendly Daniel Jones touchdown prop. If Daniel Jones throws a touchdown pass (+100), you win double your money! This is the second time that FOX Bet has taken advantage of a local market odds boost, after offering a Carson Wentz touchdown pass at +100 odds as well.
How The Promo Works
This is a very simple promotion, login to your FOX Bet account and find the promotion (header on the app and mobile site).
You can bet up to $25 on Daniel Jones to throw a touchdown pass at +100, this limit is so FOX Bet limits their liabilities with such a boosted prop.
If Daniel Jones throws one or more touchdown passes, you double your money.
Will Daniel Jones Throw a Touchdown Pass?
Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones has started three games in his NFL career.
- In Week 3, he started against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and threw for 336 yards and two touchdowns.
- In Week 4, he faced off against a division rival, the Washington Redskins. He threw for 225 yards and one touchdown.
- In Week 5, Jones battled a formidable Minnesota Vikings defense, where he threw for 182 yards, but added a touchdown pass.
In all three starts in his career, Jones would have completed this prop. Can he do so again tonight?
In 2019, the Super Bowl Favorite New England Patriots have yet to allow a passing touchdown. Through five games, they have allowed just one touchdown to opposing quarterbacks and that was a rushing score from Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen.
Remember though, the Patriots have yet to face a vastly talented passer at the position since Week 1 (Ben Roethlisberger).
- Week 2 – Josh Rosen (Dolphins)
- Week 3 – Luke Falk (Jets)
- Week 4 – Josh Allen and Matt Barkley (Bills)
- Week 5 – Colt McCoy (Redskins)
Jones is a much more talented passer than those above, and event though he is missing his top passing targets in Evan Engram and Sterling Shepard, the likelihood of a quarterback throwing a passing touchdown in an entire NFL game is quite high. With a boost like this, be sure to take advantage!