Jaguars vs. Raiders Week 2 Pick

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OAKLAND, CA (The Spread) – In a game that could potentially help decide who will get the No. 1 overall pick in next year's draft, the Raiders will host the Jaguars at 4:25PM ET today.

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NFL Odds: According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Raiders are 5.5-point home favorites over the Jaguars, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 39.5 points. Jacksonville lost and failed to cover against Kansas City in Week 1, while Oakland lost and covered as an 11-point underdog at Indianapolis last Sunday.

Line Movement: The Raiders opened as a 6-point favorite but the spread has been bet down slightly to 5.5. The total, meanwhile, opened at 41 and has been bet down to 39.5 at the majority of both online and Vegas sports books.

Public Betting: Of the wagers currently placed on this game, 75% of NFL public bettors currently favor the Raiders. This information is subject to change leading up to kickoff, however, so make sure you click on the link provided for the most up-to-date NFL public betting numbers.

NFL Free Pick: Take the under. According to latest NFL trends, the under is 4-1 in the Jaguars' last four games overall and 4-1 in their last five games following an ATS loss. The under is also 4-0 in the Raiders' last four home games, 5-1 in their last six games versus AFC opponents, and 7-1 in their last eight games overall.

The Raiders didn't have much trouble scoring against the Colts last weekend but the Jaguars could only muster a safety at home against the Chiefs. While Chad Henne might be able to move Jacksonville's offense better than the injured Blaine Gabbert, the combined score should fall well under the total for this one.


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