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2015 Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule | Season Handicapping Picks

2015 NFL Football – Jaguars Analysis

The Jacksonville Jaguars were forced to place six rookies in their starting lineup last season, which explains the 3-13 record from the 2014-15 NFL season. The good news is that the turmoil they faced just a year ago should result in gained experience and a better campaign in 2015-16.

Jaguars Odds

2015 Jacksonville Jaguars Odds to win the 2016 Super Bowl: 150/1
2015 Jacksonville Jaguars Odds to win the 2015 NFC Conference: 75/1
2015 Season Win Total: Jaguars 5.5 wins (OVER -135 , UNDER 105); 2014 wins: 3
***2015 BONUSES***

The Jaguars’ young players enter the new year learning a new offense yet again, so it’s crucial that Blake Bortles is able to pick up on the intricacies of the system early.

Let’s take a look at each game on Jacksonville’s schedule and determine whether or not to bet over or under on the 5.5 games predicted for this group this year.

Week 1: Sunday, Sept. 13 vs. Carolina (1 PM)

Week1 opens for the Jags against the Panthers — te NFC South champs from a season ago. But let’s be honest: Carolina was 7-8-1 in the NFL’s worst division. It also defeated a Cardinals squad in the postseason that was sans a starting tailback — not to mention its fourth QB. This wont’ be an easy win, but let’s consider this a positive start to an improved season — victory Jax.

Week 2: Sunday, Sept. 20 vs. Miami (4:05 PM)

2014’s contest proved to be a bizarre game because the D held Miami to only 13, but the offensive side of the ball allowed 14 on two different interceptions TDs. Miami should also be improved. Sorry, Jacksonville. No victory here.

Week 3: Sunday, Sept. 27 @ New England (1 PM)

If the Jaguars get their way — and more importantly, if the NFL gets its way — Tom Brady will not play in this game. That will make it a close contest. Unfortunately, it’s still going to be a tough battle for a team getting used to a young roster — even if the opposing all-world QB is nowhere to be seen.

Week 4: Sunday, Oct. 4 @ Indianapolis (1 PM)

Jacksonville has been losers in five straight to Indianapolis. And it hasn’t even been close. Indy could very well double up the Jaguars in this one. Prepare yourselves, Jacksonville. You’ve been warned.

Week 5: Sunday, Oct. 11 @ Tampa Bay (1 PM)

If there’s any game early in the season that you should count on a blowout win from Jacksonville, this is it. Unless Jameis Winston has single-handedly turned around this organization, there’s still going to be plenty of hiccups for the Bucs to overcome at this point in the process.

Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 18 vs. Houston (1 PM)

Like Jacksonville, the Houston Texans are going to be improved this season. Will that result in a close game?

Quite possibly. Will it result in a Jaguar win? Not likely.

Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 25 vs. Buffalo (9:30 AM — London)

Neutral field. Overseason. We like Jax in this one. All is fair in London, but Jacksonville versus Buffalo on a neutral field seems to favor Jax at this point in the process.

Week 8: Sunday, Nov. 1: BYE.

Week 9: Sunday, Nov. 8 @ New York Jets (1 PM)

Exiting the bye week, we’ve got the New York Jets on the docket. Unless NYJ has magically found a solution at quarterback — or unless Geno Smith has shockingly become that answer — Jacksonville should take advantage of a team in flux.

Week 10: Sunday, Nov. 15 @ Baltimore (1 PM)

Jacksonville did a solid job containing Justin Forsett last season. In fact, if it weren’t for a few specific drops on offense here or there, they may have taken down the Raves. Unfortunately, this is a bad time of year to face Joe Flacco, which means bad news for the Jags.

Week 11: Thursday, Nov. 19 vs. Tennessee (8:25 PM)

There aren’t many teams in the NFL that are going to struggle with the Tennessee Titans this season. Although the Jags would have been one of those teams last year, don’t count on it in 2015-16. Look for a double-digit win here.

Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 29 vs. San Diego (1 PM)

The Chargers have a lot of questions regarding their future and the state of their organization. But the only one that matters here is: Will they beat the Jags in Week 12? At this juncture, we’ll say yes. Sorry, Jacksonville. That could change if this team is struggling entering Week 12.

Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 6 @ Tennessee (1 PM)

Jacksonville has only gone a season without a loss to the Titans only twice (1997 and 2005), but it has a chance to do just that in 2015-16. Let’s be bold. Jacksonville sweeps the series.

Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 13 vs. Indianapolis (1 PM)

Indianapolis has seemingly prepared for a shot at Super Bowl 50. But it’s gonna have to be careful how it plays its older late in the year. That’s going to determine whether or not those players participate in this contest, but chances are, at least one or two of those guys see time early. And regardless, Andrew Luck isn’t likely to sit. Bad news for Jacksonville.

Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 20 vs. Atlanta (1 PM)

Atlanta has struggled with its defense the past few years. That’s good news for Jacksonville.

Unless there’s a shift coming that we simply don’t see right now, look for Jacksonville to take advantage late in the year. Possibly by double digits.

Week 16: Sunday, Dec. 27 @ New Orleans (1 PM)

I like the Jags’ chances in this one, but New Orleans is too tough to bet against. Let’s go with a high-scoring contest (possibly in the 30s), but a Saints victory by fewer than seven points.

Week 17: Sunday, Jan. 3, at Houston, 1 PM

At 7-8 (based on our projections), this gives the Jaguars one last chance to hit .500. Unfortunately, they’ll have to settle for defeating the win total projections from Vegas (5.5), because we have them dropping the final game of the season.

2015 Jaguars NFL Prediction

The Jaguars have a legitimate change to more than double their win total from a season ago, going 7-9. A soft schedule will also help, but we should see improvements from the youngsters along the way as well.

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