Many Christian attempts to read about their Messiah in the Jewish Bible are based on incorrect translations and misunderstandings of the Jewish way of reading the Bible (Tanakh) through its commentators.
In the specific case of Daniel chapter 9 and Christians reading the text to coincide with the arrival of Jesus in Jerusalem, R Bentzion Kravitz here explains at length there are multiple compounding mistakes, e.g.,
- the text speaks of periods of seven years, not weeks, rendering Christian calculations invalid
- the word משיח (Moshiach) means there 'an anointed one,' not the Messiah/Jesus
- the years being spoken about in the Bible are lunar with regular intercalations of months, not solar years
See the original for the full explanation.