- The Jacksonville Jaguars have -110 odds to have Over 6.5 wins in the upcoming season.
- The Jaguars are +250 underdogs to make the playoffs and the +600 third choice to win their division.
JACKSONVILLE – Fresh off of a 1-15 season in 2020, the Jacksonville Jaguars now have a new quarterback and new head coach to try and right the ship. The odds suggest the team will improve, but still fall short of being contenders.
Jacksonville Jaguars 2020 Season
In 2020 the Jacksonville Jaguars had the worst record in the NFL at 1-15 and secured the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. It marked the worst season in franchise history and the third year in a row that the team finished last in the AFC South.
The Jags were the only team in the NFL to have a bottom-five offense (236.1 yards per game) and a bottom-five defense (417.7 yards allowed per game) in 2020 and will need to improve in all areas of the game to see success.
Jaguars Offseason Acquisitions
- Trevor Lawrence, QB
- Marvin Jones, WR
- Malcolm Brown, DT
- Damien Wilson, LB
- Carlos Hyde, RB
- Travis Etienne, RB
- Shaquill Griffin, CB
- Rayshawn Jenkins, S
- Tyson Campbell, CB
- Walker Little, OL
In free agency, the only real impact signing is Marvin Jones, but adding Trevor Lawrence, Etienne Tyson Campbell and Walker Little in the draft is was where the Jags made a bigger splash.
Jacksonville Jaguars 2021 Odds
Jacksonville is one of the longest shots on the board to win the Super Bowl at +10000 so it may not be surprising to find the team at +600 as the third choice to win their own division. Following the simple train of thought, this leads them to be a +250 underdog to make the playoffs largely due to their projected win total.
Jacksonville Jaguars 2021/22 Total Wins
- Over 6.5 -115
- Under 6.5 -115
Even if six or seven wins isn’t good enough to compete in the division or for a playoff spot, it’s definitely a massive improvement from the 1-15 season a year ago. Suffice to say, NFL betting sites are not valuing the Jaguars as a threat this season.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.