Jacksonville Jaguars vs Washington Commanders

Under a new name, Ron Rivera, the Commanders hope to bring a more militant organization to Washington after an injury-plagued 2021. They see the Jacksonville Jaguars return in a match-up that has historically brought success in all but one attempt. Their opponents come armed with a No1 pick that will be keen to impress after a disappointing first season.

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Jacksonville once again found themselves at the bottom of their division and the league after finishing 2021 with a 3-14 record. Another first-draft pick brought new glimmers of hope in a depleted defense, with pass-rush options strengthened significantly by the introduction of former Georgia Bulldog, Trayvon Walker. Walker will be looking for Trevor Lawrence in the backfield, who finished 2021 with the most dropped passes of any starting QB, so it comes as no surprise that the Jags forked out in the free agency. In doing so, they landed themselves the second most expensive receiving corps in the league.

The home-field advantage in Jacksonville Jaguars vs Washington Commanders falls to a team looking to take back command of the NFC East following a disappointing 3rd-place finish. Carson Wentz takes up the QB1 role after an all too-familiar season of inconsistency, but Commanders fans and those looking to bet on NFL games will bank on the return of star edge Chase Young to improve NFL betting odds. Trey McLaurinโ€™s 3-year extension will offer promise to a Commanders team that looks likely to be the favorites to cover the spread based on years gone by.

But with a lot of on-field change during the off-season, and all the off-field antics of Urban Meyer during 2021, the Jags will be looking to see an immediate impact from the introduction of their new head coach and seasoned veteran Doug Pederson.

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