Football betting handicappers were let down significantly by the Jaguars this season while the Ravens have been a NFL football betting cash cow! The Jacksonville Jaguars were expected by the football betting community to be a playoff contender for 2008.
Instead they were exposed early as a football betting pretender that drowned gamblers in red ink right from the start of the season. Jacksonville had an overall NFL football betting record of 5-10 straight up and 4-11 against the NFL odds. As a football betting dog the Jaguars were 3-4 against the spread.
Jacksonville was 3-4 against the board on the road and went over the total in just 2 out of 7 road games for the season. Head coach Jack Del Rio has probably gone from the hot seat to the exit door as soon as this game ends. Del Rio and the Jaguars have lost a lot of NFL football betting credibility and respect with their dismal performance this season.
Jacksonville was ranked 20th overall on offense while ranking 16th overall on defense. The Baltimore Ravens, on the other hand, have been one of the great football betting stories for 2008.
Baltimore was a questionable team to begin the season but the Ravens have been breathing down the necks of division favorite Pittsburgh throughout the football betting campaign. Baltimore had an overall football betting record of 10-5 straight up and 11-4 against the NFL odds.
The Ravens were 5-2 against the spread at home with an over under mark of 3-4 under the total at home. As a football betting chalk the Ravens were 5-1 against the spread. Baltimore was ranked just 21st overall on offense as it was their 2nd ranked defense that proved to be their football betting strength.
Baltimore is on quite a football betting run in which they have gotten the cash in 8 of their last 10 games. Their upset win at Dallas in the Texas Stadium finale impressed everyone.
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