Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds 2023

The Jacksonville Jaguars current Super Bowl odds are . After clinching a playoff spot by winning the AFC South, the Jaguars Super Bowl Odds are now much shorter compared to where they were earlier in the year. Trevor Lawrence and the Jags will look to pull off the impossible, especially in a loaded AFC. Find updated Jaguars Super Bowl odds.

Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023

Fresh off a dumpster-fire of a season with Urban Meyer, the Jags have the third longest odds to win the AFC South out of the 4 teams in the division. That said, they’ve improved their linebacking core and offensive line somewhat significantly and will be healthier at running back. Many don’t know what to make of this team, and it’s in this uncertainty that this team has some value.

Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds & FuturesOdds (Updated January 2023)
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Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds Analysis

We have seen the young and inexperienced type teams pull off an upset in the playoffs before. Trevor Lawrence has been stellar down the stretch of the season and has really found a rhythm with Zay Jones, Evan Engram, and Christian Kirk. While we may have laughed at the contract numbers, this group has provided Lawrence with an upgrade for weapons, and he has taken advantage of it.

Jacksonville ranked 7th in points this year and was a balanced offense during the regular season. The turnover numbers are still high and could burn them in the postseason.

Football Outsiders ranked Jacksonville 27th in defensive DVOA. While there is talent on this side of the ball, there are plenty of issues that will arise when facing the elite offenses in the AFC. They struggled getting off the field, ranking 28th in 3rd down defense.

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


  • WR/TE Weapons thriving around Lawrence
  • Trevor Lawrence has raised his game
  • Etienne has been as advertised.


  • Inconsistent defensive play
  • Still bottom ten in turnovers
  • Shaky offensive line
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