During the 2014 season, football was pretty forgettable for New York teams as the Jets and Giants combined for just ten wins. The Giants opted to keep its coaching staff in place while the Jets relieved Rex Ryan and his staff of its duties.  With Coughlin at the helm, Giants fans will always have Super Bowl aspirations while Jets fans will rely on a new coach to win its second Super Bowl in franchise history. Former Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator, Todd Bowles, will look to take the Jets back to the playoffs during the 2015 season. A first review of 2015 win totals, however, are not encouraging for either team. According to oddsmaker’s early 2015 win totals, the Giants are projected to win eight games while the Jets’ total is set at 6.5 wins. Learn more about NFL Football Odds where the over/under is one of the simplest bets of all.

Despite a pedestrian win total, fans are ready to cheer on a Giants team that has not made the playoffs since its last Super Bowl win (2011). Despite its playoff draught, New York found a new playmaker last season when Odell Beckham Jr. stepped up after Victor Cruz suffered a season-ending injury. Beckham Jr. will lead a talented bunch of playmakers that want to restore New York’s winning tradition. New York has four Super Bowl titles, including two recent Super Bowl wins in 2007 and 2011.

By virtue of a new head coach, general manager, and a strong draft class, the New York Jets look primed to compete in the AFC East. New York also signed several notable free agents, namely Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie. Despite these additions, New York has not had much recent success. New York has not won a Super Bowl since 1968 when Joe Namath guaranteed victory over the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III. New York has made 13 playoff appearances and won four division titles since its last Super Bowl title. New York is still seeking its first AFC Championship after falling short in 2010 and 2011. The race for the AFC East title should be very competitive this season. Tom Brady has been suspended for four games, which creates some opportunity for his AFC East foes. Even though the Jets won’t play New England during Brady’s suspension, one or two early losses by New England may shape the AFC East race.  

New York is accustomed to cheering on winning teams. The Giants have a strong, winning tradition while the Jets were close to Super Bowl berths during the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Both teams haven’t had success in recent years, but one strong season can turn the tide. Fans will fill MetLife Stadium each week to cheer their teams on as each team looks to return to the playoffs. A lack of star power isn’t an issue for either team. Executing and out-gaming its opponents each Sunday will be the difference between playing football and watching football come January and February.  Despite lackluster win totals, expect strong efforts from both the Jets and Giants during the 2015 NFL season!