Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds 2024: Latest Super Bowl 58 Odds

The Jacksonville Jaguars current Super Bowl odds are . The Jaguars entered the 2023 season with high aspirations after exploding onto the scene last year. While most people believed the Jaguars were trending in the right direction after bringing in head coach Doug Pederson, they still exceeded expectations in Pederson’s first season by winning the AFC South at 9-8 and defeating the Chargers in the playoffs. They nearly won another playoff game as well when Patrick Mahomes went down with an injury, but the Chiefs ultimately escaped with a 7-point win on their way to Super Bowl 57.

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With Doug Pederson now getting a full offseason to build his culture, as well as another year for Trevor Lawrence’s development, the Jaguars are poised to take another step forward as a potential Super Bowl contender. The odds reflect that by having them pegged at +2800 before the season, which was the seventh-best odds in the AFC. They are also heavy favorites to win the AFC South, with preseason odds at -150 at FanDuel.

Don’t put too much stock into their division number as the AFC South is about as bad as it has ever been. The Titans typically dominated this division, but they are in the midst of a free fall, and the Colts and Texans are starting rookie quarterbacks. The Jaguars should be able to take advantage of a weak division, racking up potential easy wins to secure a high seed in the playoffs. That could make them a solid value as a Super Bowl futures pick or as a bet to win the AFC’s No. 1 seed.

Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds Analysis

If Jacksonville wants to be considered a legitimate contender, then Trevor Lawrence will need to continue his upward trajectory. He took a massive step up in production in his first year under Pederson’s tutelage, looking poised in the pocket and making the right reads consistently. He also did that with a poor offensive line and should see continued improvement if he can get some better protection this season to let plays develop downfield.

When Lawrence was given ample time in the pocket, he was as lethal as it got as the Jags finished last season ranked sixth in passing offense DVOA. That was also with a relatively weak receiving unit, which is now getting an instant boost in production with the addition of Calvin Ridley. The Jaguars acquired Ridley last season but he missed all of last year while serving a suspension for gambling activity.

Ridley will give Lawrence a legitimate No. 1 WR and provide the offense with a dangerous downfield threat that it lacked last season. He played second fiddle to Julio Jones in his time with Atlanta, but is now taking full command of the receiving room in Jacksonville. To help aid in the pass catching department, the Jaguars also franchised tagged tight end Evan Engram to give Lawrence a safety blanket.

As for the added protection on the offensive line, that is exactly what the Jaguars targeted in the NFL Draft by selecting Oklahoma’s Anton Harrison in the first round (28th overall). Harrison was considered a potential fringe first rounder as the best prospect in the second tier of offensive tackles. While it may be considered a slight reach, the Jaguars had to pull the trigger on Harrison before the position suffered from another drastic drop off in production.

The Jaguars made a splash in the draft with their 160th pick when they selected Texas A&M safety Antonio Johnson, who suffered a drastic slide down the draft board due to a lack of positional need at safety. This was a potential home run selection as Johnson gives the Jaguars a potential instant impact player that addresses their most pressing need on defense, which was to bolster a very weak secondary. Johnson has missed the first few games of the season with a hamstring injury but is expected to contribute immediately once returns.

Despite their success last year and all the well-deserved hype they received during the preseason, the Jaguars are off to a slow start in 2023 after a disappointing loss to the Texans in week 3. The week 2 loss to the Chiefs is more excusable, even though they had a chance to win that game. The Jaguars are still heavy favorites to win the division, and their 1-2 start could create some value in their divisional and Super Bowl futures odds.

Reasons Why the Jacksonville Jaguars Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl


  • Trevor Lawrence is developing into a stud quarterback under Pederson’s tutelage
  • Calvin Ridley returning from suspension gives them a reliable go-to option in the pass attack
  • Etienne stayed healthy for the most part and has emerged as one of the best pass-catching backs in football


  • Still have gaps in the secondary due to a lack of depth
  • Anton Harrison does not immediately fix the weak offensive line
  • They are still underwhelming in comparison to the AFC elites
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