Jacksonville Jaguars odds to win Super Bowl 57

The Divisional round of the playoffs begins Jan. 21, with the first game being Jacksonville at Kansas City.

After a come-from-behind win, the Jaguars face a stout Chiefs team that is the top seed.

Looking ahead, let’s examine the Jacksonville Jaguars case for Super Bowl LVII (57).

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An impressive victory

The Jaguars made a remarkable comeback against the Los Angeles Chargers on Wild Card Weekend. Down 27-0, Trevor Lawrence connected with Evan Engram for a nine-yard touchdown 30 seconds before halftime.

Drive by drive, Lawrence pulled the team within two points late in the fourth quarter. With 3:09 left in the fourth, Lawrence orchestrated a drive that resulted in a win for the Jags 31-30.

As a result, the momentum from a game like this shows people cannot write off the Jaguars despite tough competition. Now, the Kansas City Chiefs are perennial Super Bowl favorites, but Jacksonville showed its’ no slouch.

Odds against KC and SB

According to BetRivers and BetMGM the odds for the Jacksonville Jaguars are at +8.5 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

This makes a ton of sense as the Chiefs own arguably the best QB in Patrick Mahomes. Nothing against Lawrence, but he is not proven himself as a top tier quarterback yet. Furthermore, Mahomes is in the midst of arguably his best season as he threw for over 5,200 yards with 41 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

For Super Bowl 57 Jacksonville’s +2500 odds is tied for worst with the New York Giants on BetRivers. With +3300 on BetMGM, these are the worst Super Bowl odds on the site. Again, the Jaguars play the Chiefs in its’ next game, if Jacksonville advances then the team faces Buffalo or Cincinnati.

A possible Cinderella story

It may be a huge Cinderella angle, but it is possible. Jacksonville won its’ last five games of the regular season. Two of these were against the rival Tennessee Titans, and the team upset the Dallas Cowboys 40-34 in overtime.

Evan Engram, Zay Jones and Christian Kirk are all solid pass catchers for the Jaguars. Travis Etienne Jr. rushed for 1,125 yards in 2022, which placed him in the top 10.  Lawrence threw for 4,113 yards, which also put him in the top 10 for passing yards.

In the last three regular season games Jacksonville allowed an average of 7.3 points per game as the team held the New York Jets and Houston Texans to three points. Even with 30 points allowed in this playoff win, Jacksonville allowed 21.1 points per game, which is the 12th fewest.

Cinderella stories are great, and there is always an element of being an underdog each game, which the Jaguars will be. But this team is solid despite years of mediocrity. The Jaguars can turn a corner behind a great playoff win.