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NFL Sunday Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars: Start Time, Odds, Free Pick
AFC South rivals Tennessee and Jacksonville will meet for the first time this season when they take the field at EverBank Field this afternoon (1:00pm ET start time, CBS). NFL Sunday Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars Odds are expecting a Titans victory with Mike Munchak’s troops favored at -4 against the spread. The Over/Under in today’s divisional clash between the Titans and Jags is set at 44.5 points.

There’s marquee and then there’s the Titans versus Jaguars. Not the week’s most anticipated matchup, but an opportunity to make some money nonetheless.

The Jaguars, who will start Chad Henne at quarterback due to Blaine Gabbert’s season ending shoulder injury, has certainly been a financial boon to bettors fading them at home.

Jacksonville is 0-5 both straight up and against the spread at EverBank Field this season, losing by an average of 21.8 points per game. Given those numbers, never have the 4-6 Titans looked so appealing, even at -4 against the spread.

Tennessee has played better of late too, winning three of its last five games, including its last two on the road (Buffalo 35-34, Miami 37-3).

Jacksonville did turn in a solid effort its last time out, taking the Texans to overtime in Houston, but it has followed every respectable showing this season with a double-digit loss.

Free Pick: Take Tennessee -4.

Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Odds:

Tennessee Titans -4 (-110), Over 44.5 (-110), -200 (Moneyline)

Jacksonville Jaguars +4 (-110), Under 44.5 (-110), +170 (Moneyline)

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