Betting On Jacksonville Jaguars To Win The Super Bowl
Super Bowl odds on the Jacksonville Jaguars have not been kind historically, but heading into Trevor Lawrence's third season there are plenty of reasons for optimism. With Lawrence now two years removed from Urban Myer-led hysteria, Doug Pederson will continue to build on a strong foundation that was cemented in 2022. Coming off their first playoff appearance since 2017, the Jaguars have many reasons for hope in 2023.
With returning production from Christian Kirk, Travis Etienne, and possibly Evan Ingram, the Jaguars should have a strong offense once again in 2023. The expected addition of former second-team All-Pro Calvin Ridley at wide receiver may even take that group to the next level. On the defensive side of the ball, a strong 2022 rookie class headlined by Travon Walker may be the key for bets on the Jacksonville Jaguars to win Super Bowl 58 to pay off. Walker was the first overall pick in 2022 and showed many flashes in his rookie season, with a potential Trevor Lawrence-Esque jump possibly on the horizon.
Throughout this page, there will be updated odds on the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the Super Bowl, along with odds on the Jaguars to win both the 2023 AFC Championship and the AFC South. Other key information for betting on the Jacksonville Jaguars will also be explained, with specific sections dedicated to the best ways to deposit at Jacksonville Jaguars sportsbooks and reviews for each Super Bowl betting site. Finally, this page will feature the most important events in the Jacksonville Jaguars' playoff history.
Jaguars Playoff Record By Round
- Overall: 7-7
- Wild Card: 4-2
- Divisional Round: 3-2
- Conference Championship: 0-2
- Super Bowl: n/a
Jacksonville Jaguars Playoff History
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What Are Jacksonville Jaguars Odds To Win The Super Bowl?
Odds on the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the Super Bowl will fluctuate throughout the offseason. Key offseason dates that may begin affecting the Jaguars' Super Bowl odds include March 7 (the last day to place the franchise tag on any players), March 13 (the start of free agency), and the NFL Draft on April 27-29.
AFC Championship odds on the Jaguars are closely related to the team’s Super Bowl odds. Their AFC Championship odds change each week, sometimes even multiple times each week, and typically result in a payout that is roughly half of what it would be if they won the Super Bowl.
The Jacksonville Jaguars' AFC South betting odds are not solely decided based on the team’s decisions throughout the offseason, as moves made by the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, and Tennessee Titans will factor into the equation. Jacksonville is likely to be the favorite heading into 2023 to win the AFC South, but those odds can change quickly throughout the offseason.
2023 Jacksonville Jaguars Betting Odds
Jacksonville Jaguars ATS Betting History
- 2022: 8-9
- 2021: 5-12
- 2020: 7-9
- 2019: 7-9
- 2018: 5-9-2
- 2017: 11-8
- 2016: 8-8
Jacksonville Jaguars Over/Under Betting History
- 2022: 8-9
- 2021: 5-12
- 2020: 8-8
- 2019: 8-8
- 2018: 6-10
- 2017: 9-10
- 2016: 10-6
Where To Bet On The Jacksonville Jaguars?
The best place to bet on the Jacksonville Jaguars is at online sportsbooks such as Bovada, BetOnline, and MyBookie. Those sportsbooks, which have been around for at least six different Jaguars Head Coaches, have the strongest history of elite service and trusted payouts for all of Jacksonville's bettors. Outside of those internationally sanctioned sportsbooks, no options will be available to bet on the Jaguars, as the state of Florida has floundered in its past attempts to bring state-regulated sports betting to the Sunshine State.
Best Sportsbooks To Bet On The Jacksonville Jaguars
Best All-Around Sportsbook For Jaguars Bettors
Bovada may not have been founded when Jacksonville Jaguars were created as an expansion team in 1995, but their creation in 2011 means the widely popular sportsbook has been around for nearly half of the franchise’s existence. Since then, Bovada has provided Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl odds, individual game odds, and player props that are all available on the desktop and mobile versions of their site. Bovada has the strongest history of fast payouts and large bonuses out of all Super Bowl sportsbooks, making it the top option for Jags fans in Duval country and around the world.
Best Sportsbook Sign-Up Bonuses For The Jacksonville Jaguars
Founded in 2004, BetOnline has been offering the largest bonuses to new Jacksonville Jaguars fans for nearly two decades. Jaguars bettors receive up to $1,000 in sign-up bonuses from the Super Bowl sportsbook. The rate at which the sign-up bonus is received changes depending on the deposit method, as cryptocurrency Jaguars bettors receive a 100% on their first deposit while non-crypto Jaguars bettors get their initial deposit matched at a 50% rate. Cryptocurrency bonuses have a 14X rollover, while non-crypto bonuses have a 10X rollover, with each requirement easily getting cleared when taking advantage of BetOnline’s vast selection of Jacksonville Jaguars odds.
Mobile betting apps can be used all throughout Jacksonville as bettors can place a bet on any Jaguars odds they can think of from wherever and whenever. Bettors will find that these mobile betting platforms are easy and simple to use and access. They offer the same betting lines that bettors would find on any desktop or laptop computer which makes betting on the Jags much easier to do.
Betting On The Jaguars Super Bowl Odds With Crypto
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Jacksonville Jaguars Playoff History
With eight playoff appearances under four different head coaches, the Jacksonville Jaguars are still searching for their first Super Bowl in franchise history. Founded in 1993, Jacksonville has been relatively inconsistent, having not made the playoffs in back-to-back seasons since the Coughlin-era Jags teams did so from 1996 to 1999. With Trevor Lawrence under center, there is optimism that the Jacksonville Jaguars can improve their playoff history as they search for long-term success.
Jaguars Playoff Appearances
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been to the playoffs eight times since their inception back in 1995. Their most recent playoff appearance was in 2022, which saw them pull off their largest comeback in franchise history in the Wild Card Round over the Los Angeles Chargers. Doug Pederson is the most recent coach to lead the Jaguars to the playoffs, joining the likes of Doug Marrone (2017), Jack Del Rio (2005 and 2007), and Tom Coughlin (1996-1999) as the only coaches to reach the postseason in franchise history.
Jaguars Division Championships
The Jags have not been that consistent when making the playoffs. Of their 7 playoff appearances, just three of them have come as division champions. Their first two came in back to back years in 1998 and 1999 under Tom Coughlin with Mark Brunell under center. Their most recent division championship came in 2017 under Doug Marrone and that was with Blake Bortles under center.
Jaguars Conference Championships
Unfortunately, for the Jaguars, they have not won any conference championships. They have, however, managed to make it to the AFC Championship game three times. With two of them coming under Tom Coughlin in 1996 and 1999 and again in 2017 under Doug Marrone.
Their first appearances in 1996, they faced off with the New England Patriots and were defeated 20-6. They were seen as 7.5-point underdogs heading into the game and clearly were unable to cover the spread. Their QB at the time, Mark Brunell went for just 190 scoreless yards.
In 1999 they faced off and lost to the Tennessee Titans with a final score of 33-14. The Jags were actually seen as the favorites heading into the game by 7-points. Their quarterback was still Mark Brunell who put up 226 yards and a touchdown but threw two interceptions and was sacked three times.
Their most recent AFC Championship appearance came against the New England Patriots in 2017 as they lost 24-20. The Jags were seen as 7.5-point underdogs heading into the game and were able to cover the spread being that they lost by 4-points. They were led by Blake Bortles under center who had a decent game going for 293 yards and a touchdown.
1997 AFC Divisional Round: The Jaguars’ Largest Playoff Comeback
The Jaguars only have one notable large comeback that took place during the playoffs. This happened on January 4th, 1997, in the AFC Divisional Round against the Denver Broncos. The Broncos sprinted out to a 12-0 lead in the first quarter behind a 18 yard touchdown pass from John Elway to Shannon Sharpe; however, a 46 yard field goal by Jaguars’ kicker Mike Hollis began a run that saw the Jaguars outscore the Broncos 30-15. A 16 yard passing touchdown from Jaguars’ quarterback Mark Brunnell to Jimmy Smith put the Jaguars ahead 30-20 late in the fourth. The Broncos would fire back with another John Elway touchdown pass, this time to Ed McCaffrey (father of Christian McCaffrey), but the Jaguars would hold onto the lead to win the game 30-27 and advance to the AFC Championship Game.
2022 AFC Wild Card Round: Largest Comeback In Jags Playoff History
In an epic win that popularized the phrase "It was always the Jags", Trevor Lawrence, Doug Pederson, and company came back from a 27-point deficit in 2022 to defeat the Los Angeles Chargers 31-30. Lawrence started off the game nearly as cold as the Jacksonville temperature (37 degrees), throwing four first-quarter interceptions. Lawrence eventually settled in and threw a touchdown to Evan Ingram with 24 seconds left in the second quarter, with that touchdown the start of a 31 to 3 run for the Jags. After the break, Lawrence would throw three second-half touchdowns, with one touchdown reception a piece by Zay Jones, Marvin Jones Jr., and Christian Kirk. The last drive of the game saw the Jaguars start on their own 21-yard line with 3:09 remaining before a series of runs and passes led to a 36-yard walk-off game-winning field goal by Riley Patterson.