Jags vs Chiefs Betting Odds Favor KC (-3.5) on the Road

Jags vs Chiefs Betting Odds Favor KC (-3.5) on the Road

Jags vs. Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are 3.5-point favorites on the road against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The 51.0-point total is projected to go over with -115 odds.
No Super Bowl winner since 2001 started 0-2 the following season.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A rematch of the 2022 AFC Divisional Playoffs game favors the Kansas City Chiefs by 3.5 points against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jacksonville was 5-0 against the spread as a home underdog in 2022.

Chris Jones is returning from a holdout for the Kansas City Chiefs. With this, the defending champions are the legal sports betting favorite (-180 odds).

Jacksonville Jaguars Vs Kansas City Chiefs


Jacksonville Jaguars
+3.5 (-115)
O51.0 (-115)

Kansas City Chiefs
-3.5 (-105)
U51.0 (-105)

Last year’s matchup finished 27-20 in favor of the Chiefs at home, but both teams have seen major changes since that game. The Jags covered the spread in that game, but now are only 3.5-point underdogs at home.

Most of the legal Florida sports betting action will be on the Jaguars. They went 5-0 against the spread as a home underdog in 2022. For Kansas City, a loss Sunday makes them the first Super Bowl winner to start 0-2 in the last 20 years.

Travis Kelce’s health is a big factor in which team cashes their moneyline odds at legal NFL betting sites on Sunday.

Kelce, Other Chiefs Injury Status for Sunday

Travis Kelce went off for 14 receptions, 98 receiving yards and two touchdowns against the Jaguars in the playoffs last season.

Travis Kelce (knee) and Chris Jones back together on the #Chiefs practice field today @KSHB41 pic.twitter.com/TdW6h3zZg4

— Aaron Ladd (@aaronladdtv) September 13, 2023

Kelce was literally jumping for joy at the sight of Chris Jones returning to practice. Kelce jumping around is a great sign for legal Missouri sports betting odds in favor of Kansas City.

Unfortunately, cornerback L’Jarius Sneed is back on the injury report. He is sitting with a lingering knee issue that kept him out of preseason. Kansas City’s pass defense is going to need all the help they can get against Trevor Lawrence and his receivers.

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Zach Kelly

Zach graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Writing, Editing, and Media. Zach is interested in the legalization aspect of sports betting and enjoys participating in DFS. He has a passion for sports writing and most enjoys writing about football and baseball both professional and collegiate.

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