The NFL preseason is close to its end but the Jacksonville Jaguars still have one game left, against the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Week 3.
The Jags will most likely rest most of their starters against the Falcons, so second and third-string players will get plenty of time and for many of them, this will be the last time they have a chance to make an impression on the coaching staff before the last round of roster cuts. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know for the game.
Jaguars Injury Report/Inactives vs. Falcons Preseason Week 3
Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson told the media that most projected starters won’t play with one exception, Devin Lloyd. The former Utah Ute missed most of training camp with a hamstring injury but has gotten work in recent days and is expected to see the time on the field. Pederson also said that cornerbacks Darious Williams (shoulder) and Shaquill Griffin (back) are good to go.
With Trevor Lawrence and maybe C.J. Beathard sitting out, undrafted rookie E.J. Perry could play the whole game. The Jags re-signed Jake Luton before Week 2 of the preseason but released him Friday, making Perry a candidate to get extended action against the Falcons.
Jaguars Odds and Betting Pick for Preseason Week 2
The Jaguars are a 4-point underdog with a moneyline of +155, per WynnBet. Bet $100 on them and if they beat Atlanta, you will win $155 for a total payout of $255. On the other hand, the Falcons’ moneyline currently sits at -190. To win $100, you must place a wager of $190 for a payout of $290. The over/under for the game is set at 36.5.
It’s hard to see the Jaguars beating the Falcons on their home turf if Brown ends up playing the whole game, so you might want to take Atlanta on this one.
What channel will the Jaguars’ game be on Saturday?
The Jaguars’ preseason finale will start at 3:00 p.m. ET/12:00 p.m. PT and the broadcast wil be on CBS 47. Brain Sexton and Bucky Brooks will provide live commentary for this one, with Brent Martineau being designated as the sideline reporter. If you can’t watch the game, you can listen to it on 1010XL/92.5 FM.
Jaguars vs. Falcons Stream
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Jaguars’ next Game and Schedule
This is the Jaguars’ last game of the preseason. They will take a short break and will face off against the Washington Commanders in Week 1 of the 2022 NFL regular season on September 11.