Bet the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Titans Week 3 - 2018: Latest Spread, Odds to Win, Predictions, More

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Sep/21/2018

The Jacksonville Jaguars come into Week 3 as a -9.5 favorite hosting Tennessee and own a record of 2-0 Straight Up and 2-0 Against The Spread.

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The Jaguars So Far in 2018 

What can we say?  The Jags are defying expectations with a win on the road vs. the Giants but last week's victory against New England really raised eye brows.

The Jaguars 2018-2019 Odds

The Jaguars are at 12-1 odds of winning the 2019 Super Bowl and -220 to win the AFC South.

The Titans-Jaguars Trends and Predictions

Tennessee has won four of the last five in the series including the last two.

Marcus Mariota is trying to shake off an injured elbow, and it showed during practice, so be careful here.

Tennessee should still cover such a big line of +9.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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