Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds 2023

The Jacksonville Jaguars current Super Bowl odds are . The Jacksonville Jaguars did not have the success they were expecting last year after a gruesome year of slander on their coaching staff and failed expectations of their rookie QB, Trevor Lawrence. This team has been in shambles for years and last season showcased their lack of control and talent, landing them with a 3-14 season and the last place in the AFC South. At the start of last season, the expectations were not too high, with early Super Bowl Odds standing at +8000. This year, the Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl odds have decreased to +13000 after the dismantled previous season. This team has a long way to climb in rank, so don’t expect to see a playoff Jaguars for a few more years.

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.

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Jacksonville Jaguars Super Bowl Odds Analysis

The Jacksonville Jaguars last made the playoffs in 2017 and have failed to come close to being a highly anticipated Super Bowl team since. After trading their starting QB, Blake Bortles, to be the backup to the Los Angeles Rams in 2018. Ever since, the Jaguars have struggled to find a steady quarterback and have switched between Gardner Minshew, Nick Foles, and even Mike Glennon on occasion. In the 2021 draft, the Jaguars used their overall first pick to lock in the top QB prospect from Clemson, Trevor Lawrence. Lawrence has yet to make an impression in the NFL. He put up 3,641 passing yards and threw 17 interceptions in his first season, which is lower than fans were hoping for. Lawrence has great potential and can show improvement through this season with a new coaching staff and roster that can elevate this lacking offense.

One of the biggest flaws for the team last year was that they never gave Lawrence any opportunity to succeed. Their receiver lineup was weak, with every player averaging less than 50 receiving yards per game. Their best receiver was Marvin Jones Jr, who put up 832 yards for only four touchdowns. He will remain with the team into the 2022 season, but he will no longer be Lawrence’s top target. The Jags picked up wide receiver Christian Kirk from the Arizona Cardinals to add to their offensive front. This is the best score for this struggling team. Kirk was the #2 receiver on the Cardinals following DeAndre Hopkins and was instrumental in the Cardinals making the playoffs. The Jaguars needed to add some foundation, and Kirk will be the most significant support this receiver core needs. On top of Kirk, the Jaguars also picked up Evan Engram from the New York Giants. Last season, Engram fell behind in the tight end position, only putting up 408 yards on 46 receptions. Still, the Giants’ offense was so disorganized it was nearly impossible to feed anyone the ball. On the Jaguars, Engram will have more opportunities to occupy the short tosses from Lawrence. The key with these two players is rhythm. They all need to work together with Trevor Lawrence to find a connection in order to turn the tides of this team’s future over the next few years.

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


  • Christian Kirk and Zay Jones add a level of strength and versatility to the receiving core
  • They’ve really beefed up their linebacking core
  • Doug Pedersen is an established winner and will have a pretty loose leash following Urban Meyer


  • The Jaguars have to build their rush offense – they stand at the bottom of the league in rushing attempts and yards
  • Rush defense needs some improvements as well
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