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Jacksonville Jaguars 2017-2018 Comprehensive Betting Preview – Odds to Win

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Jun/30/2017

Gambling911.com has your full Jacksonville Jaguars betting preview for the 2017-2018 NFL season, including the latest odds.

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2017-2018 Betting Odds

Regular Season Wins – 6.5 (OVER +145, UNDER EVEN) Bet Here

To Win 2018 Super Bowl – 90/1

To Win AFC South – 5/1

Betting Preview Brief

We always expect the Jaguars to improve but continue to be disappointed.  There are some positives occurring in this organization, especially with some nice off season moves. 

Off Season Moves And Impact

Jim Barnwell of ESPN.com writes:

Don’t count them out of the picture. Barnwell notes the Jaguars did plenty to bolster their defense during the off season. After paying premiums to sign middling players like Jared Odrick and Dan Skuta in years past, the Jags were able to buy at the top of the market this year. They came away with arguably the best defensive lineman (Calais Campbell) and the most promising cornerback (A.J. Bouye). They further addressed their biggest weakness on defense by swapping out frustrating safety Johnathan Cyprien for Cowboys safety Barry Church. Suddenly, the Jags look like they have the potential to field a devastating defense, both now and in the years to come. They're deep at defensive end, where Yannick Ngakoue might actually be better than former third-overall pick Dante Fowler Jr. They have a trio of rangy linebackers who can hold up in pass coverage. Injuries could expose some depth issues at a couple of spots, but this defense has as much promise and upside as any in football. While the offense still has its holes, the Jags should exceed OVER 6.5 regular season games at -130, maybe even going above the .500 mark for the first time in forever.

Jaguars 2017: What to Bet

OVER 6.5 at -140

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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