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Matchup Predictions

Game Specifics
Who is playing: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Kansas City Chiefs
When: Saturday, January 21st
4:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Where: Arrowhead Stadium’s GEHA Field
Summary of Betting Odds
Jaguars (+8.5 (-105), Chiefs -8.5
Jaguars (+350), Chiefs (-350).
Over/Under: 53 (-110/-110)
DraftKings Sportsbook odds and lines are current at the time of writing and subject to change.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will try to win their seventh game in a row against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round on Saturday. The Chiefs, who are the conference’s top seed, were given a bye in the Wild Card Round. A bye week is usually beneficial to teams because it allows them to get more rest, but Kansas City is hosting one of the hottest teams in the AFC.
On Super Wild Card Weekend, Jacksonville did the unthinkable by rallying from a 27-0 deficit against the Los Angeles Chargers. Trevor Lawrence bounced back from four interceptions with four touchdowns, leading the Jaguars to a stunning 31-30 victory.
It won’t be easy to beat the Chiefs, who have been one of the best teams in the NFL since Patrick Mahomes broke out in 2018. Andy Reid’s team knows how to capitalize and win, so Lawrence and his teammates must be much more focused if they are to advance.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Kansas City Chiefs Spread, Moneyline, and Total

The Chiefs are currently favored by 8.5 points at several online sportsbooks. This large number comes as no surprise given the oddsmakers’ high regard for Kansas City. The Chiefs are 5-11-1 against the spread, but that’s because they’re always double-digit favorites.
By Kansas City standards, the 8.5-point spread is thus relatively low. The spread is a generous number for Jacksonville, who have gone 7-2-1 against the spread in their last ten games, printing money for some bettors. That momentum gives us hope that they’ll cover again on Saturday, even in a difficult road game.
We believe that neither side is appealing on the moneyline. At -435, the Chiefs don’t offer much value, and it’s difficult to bet on the Jaguars to win outright when Kansas City is 7-1 at home this season.
The total is set at 53 points, and we’re betting on the over on Saturday. Neither defense is particularly strong, and both offenses are capable of scoring at will. Mahomes and Lawrence are expected to light up the scoreboard for four quarters.

Overall, Jacksonville covering the spread is the best bet.

Jaguars vs. Chiefs Player Prop Bets
To keep up with Mahomes and his teammates, Lawrence must have a career day. We like the over on his passing touchdowns prop of 1.5 because the former No. 1 overall pick will be throwing early and often. Lawrence scored three touchdowns in the second half last week and two earlier this season against Kansas City. Lawrence is a viable bet to throw for multiple touchdowns again this weekend, as the Chiefs have allowed the most passing touchdowns in the NFL this season (33).

Parlay in the same game: Jaguars vs. Chiefs

The following legs comprise our playable same-game parlay for the Jaguars vs. Chiefs:
Jacksonville Jaguars +14.5 point spread

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Jacksonville Jaguars Vs Los Angeles Chargers Live Stream

The New York Giants’ first playoff game since 2016 will have to wait until Sunday, but two Wild Card games on Saturday should keep you busy. The Seattle Seahawks will host the San Francisco 49ers in a game that will directly affect the Giants’ playoff chances, while the Los Angeles Chargers will travel to Jacksonville to face two of the NFL’s best quarterbacks.
Geno Smith’s first playoff appearance will be difficult. The 49ers have a league-best 10-game winning streak and have already defeated the Seahawks twice this season. Despite losing two starting quarterbacks, San Francisco is on a roll thanks to rookie Brock Purdy. Purdy has already thrown 13 touchdown passes, and the 49ers have scored more than 30 points in five of his six starts.
That’s no reason to dismiss Seattle. Despite some late-season issues, the Seahawks earned a playoff spot with an overtime win over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 18. Seattle’s defense held the 49ers to 21 points in their most recent matchup and has only given up 30 points four times this season. They do, however, allow 150 rushing yards per game, which is not ideal for a matchup with Christian McCaffrey.
Seattle fans will almost certainly be rooting for an upset. The Seahawks would face the Philadelphia Eagles in the Divisional Round if they won. The Giants would play the Dallas Cowboys or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Later in the game, Justin Herbert and Trevor Lawrence will make their postseason debuts. On Saturday, Herbert may be under more pressure than any other player. The Chargers’ third-year star is already one of the best in the league, with 4,739 passing yards this season, second only to Patrick Mahomes, but that has yet to translate into success. Mike Williams, the Los Angeles Rams’ wide receiver, will also be absent.
After a 2-6 start, the Jaguars went on a five-game winning streak at the end of the season to win the AFC South and sneak into the playoffs. Lawrence has lived up to his former No. 1 overall pick status, and the defense has shown that it can be dominant at times. However, there have been blunders. The Jaguars recently surrendered 40 points to the Cowboys and the Lions, so there’s reason to believe they’ll struggle against the Chargers’ elite offense.

In Week 3, the Jaguars defeated the Los Angeles Rams 38-10.

What to look out for:
What: The Seattle Seahawks (9-8) take on the San Francisco 49ers.
When: Saturday, January 14th
San Francisco’s Levi’s Stadium
The game begins at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston, Pam Oliver, and Kristina Pink are the announcers.
National radio Westwood One; Sirius channels 81 (49ers), 82 (Seahawks), and 88 (National); XM channels 226 (49ers), 225 (Seahawks), and 88 (National).

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Sportsbook by DraftKings 49ers at -9.5.
Alex Kemp is the official referee.
What: The Los Angeles Chargers (10-7) will face the Jacksonville Jaguars.
When: Saturday, January 14th
TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Fla.
The game begins at 8:15 p.m. ET.
Al Michaels, Tony Dungy, and Kaylee Hartung are the announcers.
Westwood One National Radio; Sirius channels: 81 (