The Jacksonville Jaguars are the only winless team left in the NFL this season. But up next for the Jags is a game against the Tennessee Titans, who lost to erstwhile 0-3 team New York Jets in Week 4. Will Urban Meyer and the Jags dance their way to their first win? Or will the Titans add to Jacksonville’s woes? Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the Tennessee Titans vs Jacksonville Jaguars Regular Season Week 5 Game on October 10, 2021
Where: TIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville
When: Sunday, October 10, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Tennessee Titans (-4.5)
Regular Season Record: 2-2
The Titans got embarrassed in Week 4 in a 27-24 loss to the New York Jets. However, Tennesse played with a handicap, with both their top two receivers on the sidelines. Julio Jones and AJ Brown were both unavailable against the Jets because of hamstring injuries. It’s possible that both wideouts will be back in time for the Jaguars game, and that’s a nightmare scenario for Jacksonville. The Jaguars are third-worst in the NFL with 312.2 passing yards allowed per game. They are also allowing opponents to complete 75.19 percent of passes, the worst mark in the NFL, so far this season. With Derrick Henry in the backfield, the Titans could also expect to cook Jacksonville on the ground, as the Jags are 26th in the league with 1.5 rushing touchdowns allowed per game.
The Titans are 6-2 against the spread in their last eight games versus the Jaguars.
Betting on the Jacksonville Jaguars (+4.5)
Regular Season Record: 0-4
Although they are winless after four weeks, the Jaguars seem to be getting better. In their last game, the Jags took a 14-0 lead into the half against the Cincinnati Bengals, but just could not sustain their momentum in the final two periods, resulting in a 24-21 road loss. James Robinson played well in the loss, finally breaking out this season with 78 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 18 carries. He might see increased usage with the Jags just recently putting wide receiver CJ Chark on the injured reserve. Nevertheless, Trevor Lawrence seems to be getting more and more comfortable. He was not able to score a passing TD against the Bengals but managed to rush for a score on eight carries. Also look for the Jags’ defense to turn heads against Tennessee’s weak offensive line that allowed seven sacks to the Jets in Week 4.
The Jags are 5-2 against the spread in their last seven games versus AFC South teams. South.
The Titans win, 27-17.
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