How to watch Jaguars vs. Chiefs today: TV Channel, Radio, Stream, Odds, Spread Injuries for the Divisional Round of the Playoffs
After hosting two consecutive games at TIAA Bank Field, the Jacksonville Jaguars will now take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, one of the toughest NFL venues to play at. Head coach Doug Pederson met with the local media ahead of the matchup and talked about the hurdles that come with being on the road.
“The road can pose a lot of distractions for your football team”, Pederson said. “The travel, family, friends in the visiting city. You’re in a hotel, meeting, schedule, all that, all those things. It’s just a matter of just locking in and understanding that we treat it as a business trip. We’re going there for business, it’s not a vacation”.
“As a coach, you try to keep preaching that message to your team, that we gotta go. You got to take your lunch pail in your briefcase and were going on a business trip and teams that handle the rest, the best have success later in the season”.
The Jags already fell to Kansas City in Week 9 but the stakes will be higher for this game. Whoever wins will advance to the Conference Championship and the loser will have to watch from home. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know for this Divisional Matchup of the 2022 NFL playoffs.
Jaguars vs. Chiefs Injuries for the Divisional Round of the Playoffs
The Jags listed six players as questionable for the game but all of them have suited up the past few weeks in spite of popping up in the Injury Report. Trevor Lawrence (toe), right guard Brandon Scherff (abdomen), return specialist Jamal Agnew (shoulder), center Luke Fortner (back), long snapper Ross Matiscik (back), and wide receiver Kendric Pryor (shoulder).
The Chiefs already ruled out wide receiver Mecole Hardman. Defensive end Frank Clark (groin), wide receiver Skyy Moore (hand), and L’Jarius Sneed (hip) popped up in the Injury Report on the days preceding the game but didn’t get a designation, so they will be a full-go.
Jaguars vs. Chiefs Odds, Spread for Divisional Round of the Playoffs
The Jags are a nine-point underdog with a moneyline of +333. Place a bet of $100 on them and win $333 for a total payout of $430 if they beat Kansas City. The Chiefs’ moneyline is set at -450. To win $100 you must bet $450 for a total payout of $550.
The over/under for the game is 53 points. However, it will be around 30 degrees, with a chance for rain and snow, so it’s possible that the final line will move down.
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Jaguars vs. Chiefs TV Channel, Radio, Kickoff Time
Kickoff will be at 4:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. PT. and it will be shown on NBC. Mike Tirico and Cris Collinsworth will provide live commentary from the booth and Melissa Stark will be the sideline reporter.
You can also check the game on 1010 XL/92.5 FM. Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, and Tony Boselli will be the booth analysts and Bucky Brooks will handle sideline duty.
Jaguars vs. Chiefs Stream for the Playoffs
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