Jaguars Super Bowl 58 Odds: Week 16
The Jaguars' odds to win Super Bowl 58 are +4000, according to Hard Rock Bet. Here's a look at some other odds for the Jaguars as it relates to their postseason hopes.
The Jags' playoff chances are in an excellent spot, despite the team's consecutive losses over the last two weeks. However, Jacksonville will be challenged again, heading into a Week 16 where they travel to another playoff hopeful in Tampa Bay,
Jaguars Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds
I'll be tracking the week-over-week changes to the Jaguars' Super Bowl odds as the season unfolds using odds from DraftKings Sportsbook. This way, we'll be able to see how the Jaguars' performance is impacting their odds to win Super Bowl 58.
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Latest Updates Impacting Jaguars Odds to Win SB LVIII
Throughout the season, I will update this section with all your necessary tidbits to ensure you are informed on the Jaguars' chances to win their first-ever Super Bowl.
- 📆 December 10, 2023: Lawrence started despite suffering a high ankle sprain 6 days prior, it was his 49th consecutive start
- 📆 December 5, 2023: Trevor Lawrence will miss 2-3 games with a high ankle sprain
- 📆 December 4, 2023: Wide receiver Christian Kirk was injured with a core muscle injury and will miss "some time."
- 📆 November 26, 2023: Jaguars LT Cam Robinson suffered a knee injury in the win vs. the Texans
- 📆 November 13, 2023: Jags WR Zay Jones, who has missed the majority of the season with a knee injury, was arrested on a domestic battery charge.
- 📆 October 31, 2023: Jaguars acquire Minnesota Vikings guard Ezra Cleveland for a 6th-round pick
- 📆 October 22, 2023: The Jaguars have reportedly been interested in trading for EDGE Danielle Hunter of the Minnesota Vikings dating back to the offseason. This would be a huge get if something were to materialize prior to the upcoming trade deadline.
- 📆 October 15: Trevor Lawrence injures his knee late in the game and is now questionable to suit up for Thursday Night Football.
- 📆 October 15: Jaguars take the lead in the division after defeating the Colts.
- 📆 October 8: The Jaguars hold off a late rally by the Buffalo Bills to pull off an important upset win in London, 25-20.
- 📆 October 2: Cam Robinson will make his 2023 debut in Week 5 against the Bills with his suspension coming to an end. This should provide a big boost to a struggling offensive line.
- 📆 September 26: OT Cam Robinson received clearance from the NFL to travel with the team to London in week four while serving the final game of his suspension. He will be available to play in Week 5 against the Bills.
- 📆 September 24: The Houston Texans pull off an upset win, defeating the Jags 37-17 in Jacksonville.
- 📆 September 17: The Jaguars drop their home opener to Kansas City, 17-9, as the offense struggles.
- 📆 September 10: Jacksonville wins their season opener against AFC South rival Indianapolis, 31-21.
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Key Contributors Toward Jaguars Super Bowl Odds
The Jacksonville Jaguars' path to a potential Super Bowl 58 victory is filled with numerous variables and key components that could shape the Jaguars' Super Bowl journey.
Arguably the most influential player for the Jaguars, Trevor Lawrence's performance could heavily impact their Super Bowl chances. T-Law was a man on fire in the past three games, throwing for 868 yards and scoring eight total touchdowns until going down late in the 4th quarter. Getting Zay Jones back on the field helped spread the defense and opened up Calvin Ridley for his third touchdown pass in the past two games.
Travis Etienne has established himself as a standout running back, on pace for 1,500 total yards and 14 touchdowns. He is a full-time, every down back, something you don’t see much of in today’s NFL. The Jaguars will have to rely more on him in the upcoming games.
The Jaguars' defense, led by Josh Allen, has been a bright spot this season and on pace for his best year yet. With 60 QB pressures and 13.5 sacks and his first INT of the season. Allen has a career year and is currently +2000 via Hard Rock Bet and ranked 5th for Defensive Player of the Year. The Jag's ability to pressure quarterbacks and limit opponents' scoring has been crucial in their recent successes. This trend must continue if the Jaguars hope to make a deep playoff run.
Jaguars Super Bowl LVIII Outlook and Predictions
The Jaguars Super Bowl expectations are growing as they are exceeding the high expectations we had set for them at the beginning of the season. Their win total was set at 9.5 games before the season. Right now, it sits at 10.5. Still, an 11-win season is likely with a favorable schedule ahead with games against the Browns, Bucs, and Titans. At 8-5, they are currently the four-seed in the AFC, and following consecutive losses, desperately need a win over the No. 1 seed Ravens to compete for the top-ranked AFC team in the NFL Playoffs.
Where Can I Bet on the Jacksonville Jaguars to Win the Super Bowl?
You can bet on the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the Super Bowl on any major betting app. Unfortunately for local Jags fans, sports betting in Florida is still illegal.
Making matters worse is the fact that there are no convenient states to travel to as an option, either. Mississippi only has retail betting and the closest online betting state is Tennessee. Florida bettors will have to hope the legal battles get solved sooner rather than later.
Jaguars Super Bowl History
The Jacksonville Jaguars, based in Jacksonville, Florida, have had a rollercoaster ride in their journey to success. Founded in 1995 as an expansion team, the Jaguars experienced early success, making the playoffs in their first few seasons. However, their recent years have been less fruitful, with only four playoff appearances and two division titles since 2000. Despite their ups and downs, the Jaguars have never played in the Super Bowl, which is considered the pinnacle of achievement in the NFL.
It's worth noting that the Jaguars are not alone in their Super Bowl drought. They are part of an exclusive club of 13 teams that have never won the Super Bowl. Alongside them are three other NFL franchises: the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, and their division rival Houston Texans . While this may be a disappointing fact for Jaguars fans, it's important to remember that success in the NFL is not easily achieved.
Have the Jaguars Ever Won the Super Bowl?
No, the Jacksonville Jaguars have never won the Super Bowl, in their 28 years of existence, the Jacksonville Jaguars have not yet made it to the Super Bowl. They have won four division titles and made the playoffs eight times, with an 8-8 record in those games. Most recently, in the 2022-23 playoffs, they beat the Los Angeles Chargers 31-30 in a remarkable second-half rally, but then went on to lose to the championship-winning Kansas City Chiefs 27-20. Throughout their history, the Jaguars have been in three AFC Championship games, but were unsuccessful in all of them.
How Many Super Bowls Have the Jacksonville Jaguars Won?
The Jacksonville Jaguars have never achieved victory in the Super Bowl, as they have never been to one. In the 2017-18 AFC championship, they were close to an appearance, yet the referees called a play dead near the end of the game that would have reversed the score and made them the victors. The Patriots went on to take the championship and the Super Bowl LII title against the Rams. Could this be the season the Jaguars make it to the Super Bowl?
Throughout their history, the Jacksonville Jaguars have never won the Super Bowl or even appeared in one. However, they have experienced success in the form of division championships and playoff berths. The team's journey to the Super Bowl has been marked by thrilling moments, close calls, and heartbreaking losses. The Jaguars' recent resurgence provides hope that they can create their own Super Bowl legacy in the near future.
Which Years Did the Jaguars Go to the Super Bowl?
The Jaguars have never made an appearance in any Super Bowl. They came the closest to advancing to the Super Bowl in the 2017-18 postseason, where they lost 24-20 to the eventual Super Bowl champion Patriots. But, Tom Brady led one of his famous fourth-quarter drives and threw the game-winning touchdown to WR Danny Amendola to win the Lamar Hunt Trophy.
How Many Times Have the Jaguars Been to the AFC Championship Game?
The Jacksonville Jaguars have yet to be victorious in any Super Bowls. Three AFC championship games have been played featuring the team, the earliest being in the 1996-97 season in which they faced the New England Patriots and Drew Bledsoe but were beaten 20-6. The 1999-20 season brought another lost to the Tennessee Titans, 33-14. In the 2017-18 season, a third loss against the New England Patriots concluded the score at 24-20.
In the other three seasons, each time Jacksonville advanced to the playoffs, they have been eliminated in either the Wild Card or Divisional Round. Their most remarkable triumph in franchise history was in 2000 against the Miami Dolphins, in Dan Marino's last game, when they won by an impressive margin of 62-7.
Jaguars Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000
Below are Jacksonville’s preseason odds from every preseason since 2000. They have ranged from +50000 to +1300 over the last couple decades.
Since the year 2000, the odds of Jacksonville's preseason success have fluctuated. They have varied from an extremely unlikely +50000 to a far more probable +1300.
Since 2018-19, the Jaguars have not had better chances to win the Super Bowl than they do now, which is +2500. This is their fourth-best probability to take the championship since 2000. Fans in Jacksonville are hyped up about their team and the possibility that they'll make a great run with Trevor Lawrence at quarterback and Doug Pederson as head coach.
In a three-year span, the odds of the team winning the Super Bowl had grown by an extraordinary -47000, followed by two years of good chances
Three years ago, the Jags had +50000, the lowest odds in the NFL to win the Super Bowl. The odds were appropriate and the Jags would claim the worst record in the NFL over the following two seasons—earning them two consecutive No. 1 overall draft picks
Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl FAQs
The Jaguars' Super Bowl odds are +4000, according to Hard Rock Bet. Jacksonville continued to see its odds lengthen this week, moving to the ninth-shortest odds to win the Lombardi Trophy, with a significant disparity in their odds compared to Detroit (+2000) in the eighth spot.
Jacksonville's odds to win the AFC are +1300, the fifth-shortest overall odds, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. Holding a promising schedule, the Jaguars have a legitimate chance of advancing to the AFC Championship Game if their roster stays healthy.
Jacksonville's odds to win the AFC South are at -130, according to Hard Rock The Jaguars' odds worsened from over -400 last week following their second consecutive loss. The next closest team in the division is the Texans at +275, shooting up over 500 points from last week.
You can bet on the Jacksonville Jaguars to win the Super Bowl at any major sportsbook, both retail and online. Unfortunately for Jags fans in Florida, however, sports betting is still held up in a legal battle and is not yet available. Sports bettors in Florida will have to travel outside of the state to bet on the Jags.
The Jaguars have won zero Super Bowls over the past 28 seasons. They have appeared in the AFC Championship three times and have an overall record of 8-8 in the playoffs. They are one of 12 NFL franchises, including the Bills, Bengals, Vikings, Chargers, Falcons, Panthers, Titans, Cardinals, Lions, Browns, and Texans to have 0 Super Bowl wins.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have appeared in zero Super Bowls, losing in the AFC Championship all three times they have appeared – twice to the New England Patriots and once to the Tennessee Titans. They are one of four NFL franchises, including the Lions, Browns and Texans, to have never played in a Super Bowl.
Beau Adams is a tried-and-true disabled NFL enthusiast, Notre Dame alum, and ardent Jaguars’ aficionado with a deep passion for obscure statistical analysis. He'll use his love for the Jags and background in analytics as a betting expert for FloridaBet.com throughout the NFL season.