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

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ current 2024Super Bowl odds are . The Jaguars entered this season as favorites to repeat as AFC South champions, and they remain the favorites despite their recent four-game losing streak. Even if they hold on to win the division, they have been too inconsistent this season to be considered legitimate Super Bowl contenders.

Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2023-2024

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The Jaguars entered the season poised to take another step forward as a potential Super Bowl contender. Their preseason Super Bowl futures odds reflected that by having them pegged at +2800, which was the seventh-best odds in the loaded AFC. They were also heavy favorites to win the AFC South, with preseason odds at -150 at FanDuel.

Their Super Bowl odds had improved for most of the season as they were playing well, but their odds reached their lowest point of the season at +2500 after they lost four games in a row. They are still the favorites to win the AFC South, but their odds decreased from -835 to -135 during their losing streak. The Jaguars currently have the 10th best odds in the NFL and the 6th best odds in the AFC to win Super Bowl 58.

Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds Analysis

The Jaguars have all the pieces to ascend to the status of a legitimate Super Bowl contender. They came way closer than anyone expected last year, with a chance to beat the eventual Super Bowl champion Chiefs in the AFC divisional playoff game. With the combination of Doug Pederson and Trevor Lawrence, legitimate contention is possible for this team.

However, they have not shown enough in the 2023 season to claim that status. They have lost to all three legitimate Super Bowl contenders they have faced (Kansas City, San Francisco and Baltimore). Their four-game losing streak late in the season included losses to two teams with backup QBs (the Bengals and Browns). True contenders do not lose games like that, and those performances raised some serious questions about what this team can accomplish this season.

Jacksonville squandered its final opportunity to get a signature win when it lost to Baltimore in week 15. The Jaguars once again looked uncompetitive in that game and unable to compete with truly elite teams like the Ravens. While they looked much better against the lowly Panthers in week 17, and they are still heavy favorites to win the AFC South or at least make the playoffs, they are not exactly playing their best football at the most critical point in the season.

With a struggling defense and a banged up offense, it is difficult to expect the Jaguars to make any noise in the playoffs this season. They are still a talented team with the potential to win at least one playoff game again, but in a loaded AFC, they are quite clearly not ready to contend for the Lombardi Trophy.


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


  • Trevor Lawrence is developing into a stud quarterback under Doug Pederson’s tutelage
  • Excellent offensive weapons with Calvin Ridley returning from suspension and Travis Etienne Jr. emerging as an elite running back
  • Top 10 caliber defense that can keep them in games


  • Lines of scrimmage are still a work in progress, especially on offense
  • Defense lacks depth at a few key spots, especially in the secondary
  • They are still underwhelming in comparison to the AFC elites
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