Jaguars Betting Odds 2023 | Jaguars Best Prop Bets

Tim HeaneyDirector of Sports Content
Last Updated: Aug 24, 2022

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ NFL Draft needs are copious, but the NFL Draft’s No. 1 pick for 2022 — the second straight year Jacksonville will hold the “honor" — is a huge mystery heading into Thursday night’s Round 1 kickoff.

Fitting, considering their ineptitude during an obvious rebuild stage that was the 2021 season. Top selection Trevor Lawrence floundered in his rookie season, partially due to his rough adjustments to the game and the Jags’ shoddy setup around him on both sides on the ball.

New head coach Doug Pederson looks to improve the personnel usage and culture from ex-HC Urban Meyer that was mired in controversy.

Should NFL bettors sneakily look to bet heavily on a rebound season from the Jaguars after their second consecutive No. 1 pick? Does the AFC South have enough room for a surprise team to emerge above the favored Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts?

Note: These Jaguars futures bet odds are current as of Tuesday, April 28, at noon ET. Be careful, as many of these NFL odds might shift as sportsbook traders adjust odds again as the markets settle following the NFL Draft.

Jaguars Betting Odds

  • Win Total: Over 6.5 (+105) / Under 6.5 (-125)
  • Make Playoffs: Yes (+400) / No (-550)
  • Win AFC South (+700)
  • Win AFC Championship (+6000)
  • Win Super Bowl 57 (+12500)

Jaguars Super Bowl 57 Odds

Jaguars To Win Super Bowl (+12500)

Do not make this bet. Please. Don’t. There are many other Jaguars futures odds and betting picks to chase. See below.

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Jaguars AFC Championship Odds

Jaguars To Win AFC Championship (+6000)

A bit more intriguing, but nah. Keep moving to find better Jags bets for the 2022 NFL season.

Jaguars AFC South Winner Odds

Jaguars to Win AFC South Championship (+700)

The AFC South has the opportunity for turnover, but not enough to justify making more than a $1 sprinkle bet for a fingers-crossed cash. Still, we’re getting warmer.

Jaguars Make Playoffs Odds

Jaguars to Make Playoffs (+400)

So much closer. The seven-team field should allow for one less deserving team to sneak in.

Now, to be clear: This is a sprinkle, “see-what-happens" bet. The long odds should allow a tiny bet to climb. Maybe make it as part of a longshot parlay.

Jaguars Win Total Bets 2023

Jaguars: OVER 6.5 Wins (+105)

WAGER: 1 Unit

Here we are. Here’s the value that you can try. The AFC South’s quality seems to change each year — along with the division winner.

But the Jags have been known to steal divisional wins often, and with a seasoned head coach in Pederson to at least try to mold another young QB in Lawrence.

This is a lowish bar to clear for a rebuilding team with more talent than their previous season’s performance showed.

Jaguars Prop Bets 2023

Stay tuned for analysis on the best Jacksonville Jaguars prop bets following the 2022 NFL Draft.


Tim Heaney

Before joining The Game Day, Tim spent more than a decade in the fantasy sports and betting industry. Having written for ESPN, RotoWire, and USA TODAY, Tim earned an FSWA award nomination for Best MLB Print Article and multiple Top-5 finishes in fantasy baseball rankings contests. Tim has competed in Tout Wars (1 championship), LABR, Scott Fish Bowl, NFBC/NFFC, TGFBI, and RazzBowl (recent 4th-overall finish out of 200+). Drop him a line about TV, music, craft beer & pro wrestling.

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