Jaguars game today: Jaguars vs Commanders injury report spread, over/under, TV channel
The wait is over and after months of tweaking their roster, the Jacksonville Jaguars will have a chance to show how much better they’ve gotten since the end of the 2021 season when they take on the Washington Commanders.
The Commanders are currently favored to win the game but the Jags have a realistic shot to earn their first victory of the year due to the presence of Trevor Lawrence. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know for the matchup.
Jaguars injury report vs the Commanders in Week 1
The only player that popped up on the Jaguars’ final injury report ahead of their matchup against the Commanders was defensive tackle Folorunso Fatukasi, who was listed as questionable. However, head coach Doug Pederson is optmistic he’ll suit up for Sunday’s matchup.
Fatukasi has been dealing with a calf injury but Pederson told the local media that the defensive tackle hasn’t had any setbacks. On the other hand, there’s no questions regarding running back James Robinson’s availability, who’s good to go after suffering a torn Achilles late in the 2021 season. Also, rookie Devin Lloyd is set to start next to linebacker Foyesade Oluokun after missing a good portion training camp and the preseason with a hamstring injury.
On the Commanders’ sideline, tight end Logan Thomas is listed as questionable but he’s expected to play. Cole Turner got the questionable tag while starting safety Kam Curl has already been ruled out.
Jaguars odds and betting pick vs. the Commanders in Week 1
The Jaguars are a 2.5-point underdog with a moneyline of +120. Bet $100 on them to win $120 for a total payout of $220. Meanwhile, the Commanders’ moneyline is set at -145. To win $100, you must place a wager of $145 for a payout of $245.
Even though the game will be at FedExField, the Jags have a favorable matchup, so it might be a good idea to pick them to beat Washington.
What channel will the Jaguars game be on Sunday?
This one will start at 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m PT and it will be shown on FOX 30. Chris Myers and Robert Smith will provide live commentary from the booth. The game will also be available on 1010 XL/92.5 FM. Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman and Tony Boselli will offer play-by-play analysis of the game.
Jaguars vs. Commanders Stream
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