It's been a rough two weeks for the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are coming off back-to-back losses. Things won't get any easier in Week 15, when they welcome Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens at EverBank Stadium on Sunday Night Football
The Jags enter the game with an 8-5 record and the No. 4 playoff seed. A win will ensure they keep the status quo while a loss could allow the Indianapolis Colts or the Houston Texans to narrow down the gap in the division. This is why Jacksonville needs to fend off the Ravens.
The fact that the Jags are the home team should give them an advantage. It's up to them to make the most out of it. With that in mind, here's all the info you need for the Sunday bout.
Jaguars vs. Ravens Injury Report for Week 15
The Jags have already ruled out two players for the game: Safety Andre Cisco and cornerback Tyson Campbell. The former exited the loss to the Cleveland Browns with a groin injury while the latter is dealing with a quad injury he sustained against the Cincinnati Bengals. Andrew Wingard and Montaric Brown will be filling in for Cisco and Campbell, respectively.
On the other hand, the Jaguars have activated the window for return specialist Jamal Agnew to return after spending time on Injured Reserve. Although he's listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, he's trending toward playing. This also applies to left tackle Walker Little and left guard Ezra Cleveland. Both of them got the questionable tag but will likely suit up Sunday Night. Tre Herndon was in concussion protocol during the week but was cleared for the game.
Cornerback Christian Braswell, long-snapper Ross Matiscik, and tight end Brenton Strange also got the questionable tag. Besides elevating Agnew, the team has announced they've elevated tight end Josh Pederson to the active roster and waived quarterback Nathan Rourke, who'll return to the practice squad barring any unexpected developments.
This is the third consecutive week the Jags elevated Pederson to the active roster. His promotion may be a sign fellow tight end Strange may not play.
On the Ravens' side of things, safety Kyle Hamilton is the only player listed as questionable but he's feeling good and wants to play Sunday.
Jaguars vs. Ravens Odds & Spread for Week 15
The Jags are a 3.5-underdog with a moneyline of +154, per DraftKings. Bet $100 on them and win $154 if they beat Baltimore for a total payout of $254. The moneyline for the Ravens sits at -178. Place a wager of $178 and win $100 if they beat Jacksonville. The over/under for the game stands at 42 points.
How to watch Jaguars vs. Ravens on Sunday Night Football
Kickoff will be at 8:20 p.m. ET/5:20 p.m. PT, and it will be shown on NBC. Mike Tirico and Chris Collinsworth will be the announcers from the booth with Melissa Stark handling sideline duty. You can listen to the game on WJXL 1010 AM/92.5 FM or Gator Country 99.9 FM. Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, and Tony Boselli will provide live commentary while Bucky Brooks reports from the sidelines.
Jaguars vs. Ravens Online Stream for Week 15
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