AFC Playoff Odds Jax/NE
The betting odds are out for the 2007 NFL AFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New England Patriots. Oddsmakers from online sports book Bodog have opened betting on this game listing New England as -13 point spread betting line favorites over the visiting Jaguars. The over/under odds have been set at 49.5 total points according to Bodog Oddsmakers.
Jacksonville finished the 2007 regular season with a 11-5 overall record. The Jaguars averaged 26.0 ppg on offense while only allowing 19.6 ppg on defense. Jacksonville was 11-5 against the point spread during the 2007 regular season. The Jaguars average margin of victory this year was 6.4 points.
New England finished the 2007 regular season with a 16-0 overall record. The Patriots averaged 36.8 ppg while only allowing 17.1 ppg. New England was 10-6 against the point spread during the 2007 regular season. The Patriots average margin of victory during this year was 19.7 points.
Current NFL Future Odds list the Jaguars and Patriots at 10/1 and 2/3 respectively, to win Super Bowl XLII.
Game simulation from AccuScore shows that New England is a 83% favorite over Jacksonville who is 16%. The average final score in this simulation is the New England Patriots 30.5 and the Jacksonville Jaguars 18.1. AccuScore is a computer based game simulation forecasting program which plays each game virtually 10,000 times.
This 2007 NFL AFC Divisional Playoff game between Jacksonville and New England will be played January 12, 2008 at 8:00pm eastern time from Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. This game will be televised on CBS.
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