Chargers vs. Jaguars prediction, odds, line: 2023 NFL playoff picks, best bets by dialed-in model on 15-6 roll
One team will advance to the divisional round and one team will go home for the offseason when the Los Angeles Chargers and Jacksonville Jaguars collide in an NFL Super Wild Card Weekend playoff game on Saturday. The Chargers (10-7) are looking for their first playoff win since the 2018 season. They haven’t reached the AFC Championship since the 2007 season. The Jaguars (9-8) haven’t won a playoff game since the 2017 season and enter Saturday’s 2023 NFL playoff game on a five-game winning streak, the franchise’s longest winning streak since 2005 and tied for third-longest on the team. history.
Kickoff is 8:15 PM ET. Los Angeles is a 1.5-point favorite in the latest Chargers vs. The design pattern should say.
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Chargers vs. Jaguars Spread: Los Angeles -1.5 Chargers vs. Jaguars Over/Under: 47 points Chargers vs. Jaguars Money Line: Los Angeles -135, Jacksonville +115LAC: Chargers are third in offense (269.6 yards per game).JAX: Foyesade Oluokun leads the league in hits (184). Chargers vs. Jaguars picks: See the picks at SportsLine
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Why the Chargers can cover
Quarterback Justin Herbert has been prolific to start his career. The sixth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, who will play in his first playoff game, Herbert has the most passing yards (14,089), attempts (1,966) and completions (1,316) of any quarterback during his first three seasons in NFL history. He is also second in passing touchdowns (94), four shy of Dan Marino’s record of 98.
On Saturday, Herbert has a plus game against a Jacksonville defense that has struggled in pass protection this season. In the regular season, the Jaguars ranked 28th in pass defense (238.5 passing yards per game allowed). That bodes well for a Los Angeles offense that passed for 269.6 yards per game, which was third in the league. See which side to lean on at SportsLine.
Why the Jaguars can cover
Quarterback Trevor Lawrence was one of the league’s best quarterbacks in the second half of the season. From Week 9 through the end of the regular season, Lawrence ranked second in passer rating (104.6) and completion percentage (69.7). His 15-to-2 ground-to-interception ratio was also second only to Jared Goff (17-to-1). Led by Lawrence, Jacksonville went 7-2 in its last nine games.
In addition, the Jaguars face a Chargers offense that will be without one of its key players, receiver Mike Williams, who will miss the game with a back injury. The sixth-year receiver, who was injured in the season finale, led the team with 895 receiving yards in 13 games this season. See which side to lean on at SportsLine.
How to make Chargers vs. Jaguar
Now, the model has simulated Jaguar vs. Charger 10,000 times. The model is leaning over the total, but his much stronger play is in the spread. One team covers almost 80% of the simulations. See who’s on SportsLine.
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