Since Bluetooth operates at the 2.4 GHz with 1Mhz width and 79 channels would it be possible to Jam with a few 40 dollar routers at the 2.4 spectrum default I believe the channel width is 20MHz and there are 11 channels. So all you have to do right is make sure that every router is overlapping by minimum 1mhz to block all connections to a bluetooth connection given that the wifi has a higher power then the bluetooth connection at the connection point. I understand that this is probably not the case but I'm confused on why it doesn't work so any help would be appreciated.
This is unlikely to work. The WiFi and Bluetooth signals will interfere with each other but you would need the wifi routers to be transmitting continuously and even then Bluetooth will probably still work until the WiFi signal power is significantly higher than the Bluetooth at the receiver.
There is an application note from Silicon Labs about Wi-Fi and Zigbee/Thread coexistance - very similar issue. Even though it is not exactly about Bluetooth, I think Bluetooth would be affected in the same way because it shares the same frequency.
TL;DR: yes Wi-Fi can jam other protocols when used at full power, 100% duty cycle, maximum bandwidth and minimum distance (section 3.1 of that application note).
This is mainly a concern if you are designing a device with multiple radios and all their antennas are very close together.