The Jaguars are hoping to wipe the memory of last week’s 40-14 blowout loss to the Lions, moving them to 4-8 on the season. Jacksonville will be closely monitoring the status of Trevor Lawrence, who says he intends to play on Sunday if allowed to. Lawrence did not practice on Wednesday and is reportedly dealing with a toe injury after suffering a sprain on the final play of the first half last week. If Lawrence is unable to suit up, C.J. Beathard is likely to come in relief as the backup.
After building a five-game win streak in the middle of the season, the Titans have now dropped three of their last five games and are riding a two-game losing streak heading into Sunday. After narrowly falling to the Bengals two weeks ago, they were easily handled 35-10 by the Eagles last week. All eyes will be on the offense finding a spark once more after mustering just 26 points over their last two games.
The Titans are a 4-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook, and -195 on the moneyline. That makes the Jaguars a +165 moneyline underdog, with the point total set at 41.
Jaguars vs. Titans
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