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Jaguars-Titans Week 17 - What the Line Should Be

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Dec/31/2017

Gambling911.com resident bookmaker expert Tony Caliente breaks down the Jaguars-Titans Week 17 game to determine if the line on this one is accurate.

Four teams are fighting for the two remaining AFC Wildcard spots, with two holding a decisive advantage. The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans are both in if they win their respective games.  Jacksonville does not have as much to play for and that means Tennessee comes into this one as a -2 favorite.  The Jaguars would otherwise be a -3 favorite in this one.

If the Ravens lose at home to the Cincinnati Bengals or the Titans fall at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars, then the door opens for the Los Angeles Chargers or the Buffalo Bills.

It all starts at 4:35 pm EST with a lot of meaningless games early on.

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- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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