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Jacksonville Jaguars 2017 Betting Preview

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Aug/02/2017

ESPN.com rates the Jacksonville Jaguars as having the 14th easiest schedule and they should have 6 wins.  This is where the oddsmakers have them for 2017.  We think they could go 8-8 so this isn’t a bad bet.

ESPN.com attempted to explain the Jaguars misfortunes of past seasons away:

Teams that are really bad in one-touchdown games often improve the following season. The Jaguars are one of 68 teams between 1989 and 2015 to post a winning percentage of .200 or below in one-score contests. Those teams were a combined 67-377-1 (.152) during their ugly season. The following season, their record in one-score games was 239-289-1 (.453). Their overall win-loss record jumped by an average of three full wins.

-  Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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