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Ladies and Gentlemen, the NFL Playoffs are finally upon us, which is a blessing and a curse. It’s sad because there are only a couple of games left, but man, these are going to be some of the best football games we’ve seen in a while. Let’s break down the matchup between the Chargers and the Jaguars so you can (responsibly) make the most out of this sweet offer from FanDuel.
Now Jacksonville has pretty much been playing for their spot in the playoffs for over a month. They started off 2-6 and rattled off five straight wins, including a win against the Titans last week to clinch the division. What a turnaround, 3-14 last year and now 9-8 and the winner of the AFC South. Trevor Lawrence is starting to look like the player we all expected him to be, as he threw for over 4100 yards with a 25:8 touchdown to interception ratio. Christian Kirk, the man everyone thought the Jags way overpaid for, ended up being a stud, and Evan Engram has decided to turn into a franchise tight end. Travis Etienne has also been great, and the defense allowed less than three touchdowns a game and ranked 12 in the league in points allowed per game. They’ll have the support of the home crowd, and a fun stat is that Trevor Lawrence has not lost a football game on Saturday in the NFL, College, or high school. Does he keep that streak alive?
Now the Chargers, after just missing out on the playoffs last year, get their chance now. LA had a four-game win streak going into their final regular season game that didn’t mean anything and they ended up losing. As of right now, the Chargers are slight road favorites, with the line hovering around 2.5. LA is pretty loaded with weapons on both sides of the ball. Defensively, Khalil Mack and Joey Bosa will wreak havoc on the offensive line, while Derwin James is always lurking in the secondary. Jacksonville has also had issues defending against the pass, and Justin Herbert, with Mike Williams, Keenan Allen, and Austin Eckler should be able to do some damage. I mean, they’re the number 3 passing offense for a reason. The Jags dominated in their regular season matchup, but they were banged up, missing Keenan Allen and playing with a very injured Herbert. I think this will be one of the closest and most competitive Wild Card games, but if I had to choose, I think the Chargers will probably be able to pull this one out.
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