The EverBank Field is the home to the Jacksonville Jaguars, an AFC South team in the NFL. The Jaguars joined the NFL as an expansion team in the 1995 season, along with the Carolina Panthers, and have only enjoyed seven winning seasons since then. Since 2012, the Jaguars have only won 14 games from a possible 64 during regular season, which goes to show why they are +4000 to win the 2017 Super Bowl during preseason betting. The Jaguars’ owner, Shad Khan, who bought the Jaguars in 2011 for an estimated $770 million, has said a reasonable target for his franchise this season is to have a winning season.
They have a difficult start against Green Bay Packers and San Diego Chargers, but they should come close to a winning season.
General Manager Dave Caldwell had a good draft, some may say a great draft, acquiring the services of both Myles Jack and Jalen Ramsey. The latter should start from day one at cornerback, and should help the Jaguars’ passing defence which was the second worst in the AFC last season.
Preseason betting odds price the Jaguars at +250 to win AFC South, suggesting they will finish third in the division behind the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. Where do you think the Jaguars will finish?
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Jacksonville Jaguars Regular Season Schedule
The Jacksonville Jaguars regular season schedule sees them start at home to Green Bay, before a difficult trip to San Diego Chargers.
Look out for the game against Indianapolis Colts on October 2 because this takes place at Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom, and should be an exciting encounter.
What Are The Jacksonville Jaguars Standings
The Jaguars owner expects a winning season, while bookmakers and pundits predict a third-place AFC finish. Who will be correct? The Jacksonville Jaguars standings below reveal all.
How To Win Jacksonville Jaguars Bets
The most popular predictions for the Jacksonville Jaguars season looks to be a 7-9 finish, and third-place in the AFC South.
On their day, the Jaguars are capable of beating almost anyone in the NFL, but there are too many question about their defense, particularly the edge rusher and linebacker positions.
In Paul Posluszny, the Jaguars had the fifth best defensive player in the league last season, one who made a total of 133 tackles and three interceptions. The Jaguars need him in similar form this coming season.
The Jaguars allowed 6,000 yards last season, the fourth worst in the AFC. Passing defense was particularly poor, being only second worst to Pittsburgh Steelers, while their points per game, at 28.0, was the worst of all AFC teams.
Rather than make season-long bets on the Jaguars winning the AFC South, AFC Conference, or the seemingly unattainable Super Bowl, it would be best to wager on individual games.
For example, the Jaguars have a good record against the Tennessee Titans and the Oakland Raiders, who the Jaguars play back-to-back in Week 7 and 8. This could be a great opportunity to make a parlay bet and boost your betting bankroll.