Jacksonville Jaguars Odds

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Being a Jaguars fan isn’t always easy. But when those high points hit—like in 2017—it’s something special. For Jags diehards, though, it matters less what the team’s record is. Win or lose, Jags fans are faithful.

Those very same fans can now bet on the Jags liberally thanks to legal online sports betting in Florida. And they don’t even have to go in to a retail sportsbook. They can make their Jaguars bets from their own home, the local pub, right at TIAA Bank Field or from anywhere within the state of Florida.

Below find how to bet on the Jaguars legally here in Florida through online sportsbooks and sports betting apps. We also provide live Jags game odds and Super Bowl odds directly from Florida online sportsbooks.

This week’s Jaguars odds: Spreads, Super Bowl, props

Below, find the most up-to-date odds available for the Jacksonville Jaguars this week, including the Jags spread, Super Bowl odds and Trevor Lawrence game props. Compare Jags odds across legal Florida sportsbooks and click on your preferred odds to claim your Florida sportsbook bonus and start the account setup process.

This week’s Jags spread

Jaguars Super Bowl odds

Trevor Lawrence prop odds

Best NFL bets for Jaguars games

What is the Jaguars moneyline?

Not all sports bets are complicated. The moneyline is the perfect example of one that is decidedly not so, in fact. The way this bet type works is simple: two teams are playing in a game and you have to decide which team you think will win. If you’re right, you win. If you’re wrong, you lose.

Take a look at an example of a moneyline bet you might see at HardRock Sportsbook:

  • Jacksonville Jaguars -130
  • New York Jets +125

What you’re seeing with the negative and positive numbers are the moneyline betting odds associated with each team. Oddsmakers assign a negative number to the favorites to win and a positive number to the underdogs. In this case, the Jags are expected to beat the Jets.

If you were to wager $130 on the Jaguars and they won, you’d win $100 in return, which means your payout would be $230. That’s the initial bet plus the winnings.

A bet on the Jets at $100, on the other hand, would pay out $225 if they won: the $100 stake plus $125 in profit.

What is the Jaguars point spread?

Point spreads are the way sportsbooks make games a bit more “even” for bettors. In a few weekly games, one team is favored to win considerably. That means the odds are set for the moneyline in such a way that it would take a miracle for the underdog to win. The payout potential on the favorite is typically pretty low in those cases.

But the point spread gives points to the underdog to narrow the advantage of the favorite. The number of points assigned is how much the favorites have to win the game by, or more, in order for bets on them to be winners. For a wager on the underdogs to come through, the team just has to either lose by fewer points than what has been given to them (the spread) or win outright.

The point spread has risen to become the preferred bet type for experienced bettors. That mostly revolves around the fact that there is more potential return on investment when compared to moneyline opportunities, and there is a lot less complication than other bet types. When you come across a listing for a point spread in your favorite sportsbook, it could look something like this at BetMGM:

  • Jacksonville Jaguars -6.5 (-110)
  • New York Jets +6.5 (-110)

In that scenario, the Jags have to win by 6.5 points or more—which, as you know, means seven points in football since no half-points are awarded. For the Jets to win for bettors, they either have to be victorious or lose by fewer than 6.5 points. A 36-31 game in favor of Jacksonville would mean bets on them would be losing wagers, while those who bet on the Jets would come away with a profit.

Jaguars totals (over/under) bets

Also commonly referred to as an over/under, totals bets are pretty easy to understand. The final score of each team is added together; you have to pick whether the end result of the game will total more or fewer points.

You don’t have to worry about which team comes away with the win with this bet type. All you need to focus on is figuring out whether the two teams will combine for a score that is over or under the predicted amount.

What you’ll find in the sportsbook for the matchup between the Jags and the Jets might look like this at a sportsbook like Caesars:

  • Over 41.5 (-110)
  • Under 41.5 (-110)

If you pick the over and the teams score 45 points, 24-21, then you’d win $100 for every $110 you wager. If you pick the under and that is the final score, then your bet would be a loss.

Jaguars team props, player props and futures

While a lot of folks will be focused on Trevor Lawrence this year, betting on the National Football League MVP is hardly the only futures bet you can be making. They range from Comeback Player of the Year to defensive and offensive standouts.

A few of the futures bets you’ll discover in NFL sportsbooks in Florida include:

  • NFL Most Valuable Player
  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year
  • Offensive Rookie of the Year
  • Defensive Rookie of the Year

Another type of bet you’ll come across are NFL player props. These are focused on how well a player will perform during the season. Additionally, there are team props available, too, which, as you probably have guessed, are focused on how the team as a whole performs.

A few examples that you’ll typically find with your favorite sportsbook apps are:

  • NFL rushing leader
  • NFL passing leader
  • First Overall NFL Draft selection
  • Specific quarterback number of interceptions thrown
  • Specific receiver number of receiving touchdowns
  • Over/under total wins for the season
  • Special teams or defensive touchdowns
  • Over/under number of field goals in a game
  • AFC champions
  • NFC champions
  • Division champions
  • First player to score in a game
  • First team to score in a game

Check our futures betting page for a full lineup of all live NFL futures odds.

When do the Jaguars play on Monday Night Football?

There’s something special about primetime football. It captures the attention of fans. Maybe it’s just playing under the lights, like when we’d go watch high school games on a Friday back in the day. Or maybe it’s because you can give the games your full attention instead of zipping around to different Sunday day games.

Whatever the case might be, Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football and Sunday Night Football all have special places in the NFL lineup. (Find MNF odds, TNF odds and SNF odds here)

So when do the Jacksonville Jaguars make an appearance on each? Here’s the list for 2021:

This season, the Jaguars unfortunately won’t be making any primetime appearances on Monday Night Football or Sunday Night Football, but they do boast one Thursday Night Football appearance.

On Sept. 30, 2021, the Jaguars will visit the Cincinnati Bengals for a Week 4 matchup. The game is scheduled to start at 8:20 p.m. ET.

Jaguars coaching staff

It takes an entire organization to run a football team. Beyond the players, the Jaguars rely heavily on their coaching staff to help keep the team moving in the right direction.

In 2021, there will be some new faces on the sidelines for Jacksonville. Following are some of the more notable coaches:

  • Urban Meyer, head coach
  • Charlie Strong, assistant head coach
  • Darrell Bevell, offensive coordinator
  • Joe Cullen, defensive coordinator
  • Nick Sorensen, special teams coordinator

The complete list of Jacksonville head coaches are:

CoachTenureRecord
Urban Meyer2021- Present
Doug Marrone2016-202023-42
Gus Bradley2013-201614-48
Mike Mularkey20122-14
Mel Tucker20112-3
Jack Del Rio2003-201168-71
Tom Coughlin1995-200268-60

Jacksonville Jaguars home games

The Jacksonville Jaguars call TIAA Bank Field their home, which is located at the aptly named 1 TIAA Bank Field Drive in Jacksonville, Florida.

  • Location: 1 TIAA Bank Field Drive, Jacksonville, FL
  • Seating capacity: 67,814 (expandable to 82,000)
  • Opening date: Aug. 18, 1995
  • Construction cost: $121 million ($211 million in 2020 dollars)
  • Record attendance: 85,413 (Sept. 29, 2007 — Florida State def. No. 22 Alabama, 21-14)
  • Other notable events: Gator Bowl

How to watch or listen to Jaguars games in Florida

If you’re looking to watch the Jacksonville Jaguars games on your television, you’ll want to be able to tune in to NBC, Fox, CBS and ABC, depending on the date and location of the game, to get a local broadcast. You can usually find these channels in your cable package or with a digital antenna.

Additionally, you can watch the games on the NFL Game Pass app and online, or you can use NFL Sunday Ticket, a premium service available through DirecTV.

For those who’d like to catch them on the airwaves, the flagship station that carries them is WJXL AM 1010 and FM 92.5, with a simulcast on WGNE-FM 99.9 on game days. The broadcast team consists of Frank Frangie as the play-by-play announcer with Jeff Lageman and Tony Boselli as the color analysts.

Other Florida radio stations carrying the game include:

  • WHOG-FM 95.7 (Daytona Beach)
  • WFSX- FM 103.3 (Cape Coral)
  • WZLB FM 103.1 (Ft. Walton Beach)
  • WAJD AM 1390 / FM 98.9 (Gainesville)
  • WNFB FM 94.3 (Lake City)
  • WHEL FM 105.9 (Naples)
  • WDYZ 660 AM / FM 105.5 (Orlando)
  • WNZF AM 1550 / FM 94.9 (Palm Coast)
  • WFOY AM 1420 / FM 102.1 (St. Augustine)

For the Spanish language radio broadcast with Javier Carrero announcing play-by-play and Victor Cora as the color analyst, you can tune into:

  • WBOB 600 AM and 101.1 FM
  • FM 107.3 Solos Exitos (Orlando)

Jaguars Facts & Figures

  • The Jaguars’ first season was in 1995.
  • The team had only seven head coaches from 1995-2021.
  • Although the organization has officially retired no jerseys, the Jaguars have never re-issued No. 71 (Tony Boselli, OT—the first-ever Jacksonville draft pick) or No. 28 (Fred Taylor, RB) since the players who wore them retired.
  • The Jags have appeared in the NFL Playoffs seven times, but just once since 2010.
  • The team has won its division title three times: 1998, 1999 and 2017.
  • The record for passing yards in a single season is held by Blake Bortles (2015) with 4,428.
  • The single-season rushing yards record belongs to Maurice Jones-Drew (2011) with 1,606.
  • The single-season receptions and receiving yards records belong to Jimmy Smith (1999) with 116 catches for 1,636 yards.
  • The team’s career passing records are pretty much all owned by Mark Brunell (1995-2003) with 2,184 completion, 3,616 attempts, 25,698 yards, 114 passing touchdowns and 86 interceptions
  • On the career rushing side of things, Fred Taylor (1998-2008) owns the record for attempts and yards at 2,428 and 11,271, respectively. But the touchdown record belongs to Maurice Jones-Drew (2006-2013) with 68
  • Jimmy Smith (1995-2005) holds three of the most important receiving records: 862 receptions, 12,287 yards and 67 touchdowns
  • On the defensive side of the ball, Tony Brackens (1996-2003) is the all-time career sack leader with 55, while Rashean Mathis (2003-2012) holds the all-time record for career interceptions at 30, which he brought back for touchdowns a career record three times.
  • The team’s first win came on Oct. 1, 1995 when they defeated the Houston Oilers.
  • Quarterback Steve Beuerlein threw a touchdown to running back Randy Jordan for the team’s first-ever touchdown, which came on Sept. 10, 1995 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
  • The first rushing touchdown for the team was also that day, scored by quarterback Mark Brunell.

How much are Jaguars tickets?

Interested in attending a Jacksonville Jaguars home game? Tickets go on sale not long after the annual release of the team’s schedule by the NFL.

In 2021, tickets range from $75 and go all the way past $1,000, depending on where the seat is located, any amenities included and more.

You can buy single-game tickets through the Jaguars’ website right here.

Who owns the Jaguars?

The Jacksonville Jaguars have had only two owners in the relatively brief history of the organization. Wayne Weaver was the original principal owner of the team, controlling them from their opening season in 1995 all the way until 2011. At that point, the franchise was sold to Shahid Khan, who has owned it since.

Greatest Jaguars comeback ever

The Jaguars’ greatest comeback of all time came during their 21st birthday. You see, the team was officially “born” on Nov. 30, 1993 when the NFL awarded Jacksonville a franchise.

On the same day 21 years later, the Jags shocked everyone with a come-from-behind victory over the Giants, going from a two percent chance of victory to taking home the W with a 25-24 final score.

Heading into the third quarter of the game, the Jaguars trailed 21-0. And then they just exploded.

You don’t have to take our word for it. Here’s a video of the highlights from that game.

What are the odds the Jaguars will get the No. 1 draft pick again?

Landing the No. 1 NFL Draft pick is a bit of a blessing and a curse. The blessing is you get to pick the player you believe will turn your organization around. The curse is that you usually have to be the worst team in the league the year prior in order to get said pick. (There are exceptions, such as previous trades and whatnot.)

For a team to get the No. 1 draft pick twice in a row isn’t something any fan hopes for. Following a painful 2020 campaign, the Jaguars used the No. 1 pick to get Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Under new coach Urban Meyer, fans hope victories will now stack on top of victories.

The good news for fans is that the Jaguars aren’t being picked to finish last by most experts. In fact, some early power rankings heading into the 2021 preseason even had them ranked in the mid-20s out of the 32 NFL teams.

So if you’re a Jacksonville fan, you likely won’t be watching your team call the first name in the next NFL Draft. Depending on how the season goes, that could be a very good thing, or it just means the Jags didn’t quite fall to the bottom of the pile. The hope, of course, is for the former.