2012-2013 Regular Season: 2-14 SU | 7-9 ATS
2012 was a season of ineptitude for the Jacksonville Jaguars as far as winning is concerned. The Jaguars won only one game in their first 3 games and then lost 12 of their next 13 for a final record of 2-14 SU – tied for worst in the league with the Kansas City Chiefs. They also went sub .500 ATS wise ending the regular season 7-9 ATS. Fans hope that the offseason acquisitions can propel the Jaguars closer to .500 SU. Jacksonville has a line of 5 wins in the 2013 regular season total wins odds. Looking for a lottery-like win on this year’s NFL futures? Jacksonville Jaguars are priced at +15,000 – that’s an interesting opportunity for those looking for 2014 Super Bowl odds with a potentially huge pay day!
New coach Gus Bradley now has the task of steering the Jags to a more respectable standing in the league. To begin with, his team used its number two overall pick in the draft by selecting offensive tackle Luke Joeckel. Other key signees were running back Justin Forsett, linebacker Geno Hayes, and wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.
The Jaguars kick off their season with a home stand against Kansas City. Though the Chiefs look like a much different team than last year, their head-to-head history shows they haven’t had much success playing at Jacksonville. The Jaguars are 4-1 SU in their last 5 home games against Kansas City
Key NFL Betting matchups of 2013 NFL Season:
Week [email protected] Tennessee Titans: the Jaguars are 2-1 SU in their last 3 road games versus Tennessee.
Week 17 @ Indianapolis Colts: the Jaguars are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games in Indianapolis.
Jacksonville Jaguars bettors should pay attention to:
– The development of QB Blaine Gabbert
– Free agent pick-ups RB Justin Forsett, LB Geno Hayes, WR Mohamed Massaquoi, CB Alan Ball
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