Jaguars look to end losing streak against Titans in Week 14
Wed, Dec 9th 4:45pm EST
The Titans are -345 road moneyline underdogs while the Jaguars are +290 home underdogs, per BettingPros consensus odds. The 1-11 Jaguars have not won a game since Week 1. However, Jaguars backers will point to the fact that this week feels eerily similar to that game, as Jacksonville was similar-sized underdogs at home against another divisional opponent that week in the Indianapolis Colts. One main difference from that week to this one is that the Colts were breaking in their new quarterback Philip Rivers, while Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill is well-familiar with Tennessee's playbook and scheme. Jacksonville optimists will also point to the fact that they played Tennessee tough on the road in Week 2, losing 33-30. Gardner Minshew was their starting quarterback then, but Mike Glennon has almost led the team to upsets of the Browns and Vikings in back-to-back weeks.