Tennessee Titans versus Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football will feature two AFC South clubs as the Jacksonville Jaguars will play host to the Tennessee Titans. The Jaguars and Titans will get things started from Jacksonville at 8:25PM Eastern Time and NFL Network has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Jacksonville Jaguars the -3 point favorite with a total lined at 40 ½ points. Those who play on Jacksonville on the money line will lay -160 odds with the return on the road underdog Tennessee Titans at +140 odds on the money line.

Both teams are going through miserable seasons with records of 2-10. The first meeting between these division squads took place on October 12th and it was Tennessee posting the 16-14 home victory as a -4 point favorite. The Jaguars outgained the Titans by 89 yards despite the loss. They had success moving the football through the air as Blake Bortles hit on 32 of 46 passes for 336 yards with a touchdown and pick. Jacksonville’s two wins have come in their home stadium as they beat Cleveland by 18 points and they earned a one point come from behind victory against the New York Giants back on November 30th. Jacksonville has the 31st and second to last offense in the NFL as they average just 293 yards per game. They are last in points scored pushing across just 15 points per game. Rookie quarter Blake Bortles has completed nearly 61% of his throws with ten touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He has cut down his multi interceptions as he has thrown one pick or less in six straight games. Tennessee has a road record of 1-6 and they got that win way back in week one with a 26-10 victory at Kansas City as a +3 point wagering underdog. The Titans will bring an eight game losing streak into this matchup. With quarterback injuries to Zach Mettenburger and to Jake Locker it will be journeyman Charlie Whitehurst under center. The 32 year old signal caller started three games this season and is hitting on 56% of throws with five touchdowns and two picks.

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