The Jacksonville Jaguars haven’t won back-to-back games since 2019, when they beat the Cincinnati Bengals and the New York Jets in Weeks 7 and 8 respectively. Heck, they haven’t won many games over the last four years but they’ll have the chance to earn two victories in a row this season when they take on the Los Angeles Chargers.
The Jags are coming off a dominant win over the Indianapolis Colts but the game will be at SoFi Stadium, which will give the Bolts home-field advantage. On the other hand, Los Angeles might be without Justin Herbert, who will be a game-time decision.
Both teams are looking for their second win of the year but if the Jags can beat the Chargers, they will remain at the top of the AFC South for at least one more week. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know for the game, including the time, injury report, the spread, and where to watch it.
Jaguars Injury Report/Inactives vs. the Chargers in Week 3
Here are the inactive for the Jags game against the Chargers:
- Kendrick Pryor, WR
- Snoop Conner, RB
- Shaquill Griffin, CB
- Tyree Gillespie, S
- De’Shaan Dixon, OLB
The Jags didn’t have a player on the Injury Report Wednesday and Thursday but they added cornerback Shaquill Griffin Friday. The veteran is listed as questionable, so there’s a chance he might suit up. But if he doesn’t play, the coaching staff has options at the position.
As mentioned before, Herbert’s status for the game is uncertain but he’s not the only Charger whose availability is in question. Wide receiver Keenan Allen is listed as questionable while both cornerback J.C. Jackson and center Corey Linsley are doubtful to participate.
Update: Justin Herbert will play, he wasn’t on the list of Chargers inactives. On the other hand, Allen, Jackson, and Linsley won’t suit up.
Jaguars Odds and Betting Pick for Week 3 vs. the Chargers
Due to Herbert’s status for the game, the Jaguars are a 3.0-underdog with a moneyline of +140, per WynnBET. Bet $100 on them and win $140 for a total payout of $240 if they beat the Bolts. Los Angeles’ moneyline is set at -170. Place a wager of $170 and get $100 if they defeat Jacksonville. The over/under for the game is set at 42.5 points.
Even if Herbert does end up playing, the Jaguars have enough playmakers on both sides of the ball to keep up with the Chargers, so you might want to choose Jacksonville for this one. This writer picked the Jags to win before the start of the season.
What channel will the Jaguars game be on Sunday?
This one will start at 4:05 p.m. ET/1:05 p.m. PT and CBS will show it. Greg Gumbel and Adam Archuleta will be the announcers for the game.
You can also catch it on 1010 XL, 92.5 FM, where Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, and Tony Boselli will provide live commentary, with Bucky Brooks roaming the sidelines.
Jaguars vs. Chargers Week 3 live stream
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