Jaguars game today: Jaguars vs. Eagles odds, Stream, TV Channel

The Jacksonville Jaguars gained the support of the national media after beating . They will now have the chance to show how good they really are this season when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 4.

As good as Jacksonville is, you could make the case that the Eagles are even better. The Jags’ offensive line has done a good job of protecting Trevor Lawrence but they will face a tough test against Philly’s sturdy front seven.

Moreover, the game will be held at Lincoln Financial Field, which will tip the scale in the Eagles’ favor. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know for the game.

Here’s the list of inactives for today’s game, led by Zay Jones, who was listed as questionable for the game:

The Jags listed four players on the final injury report ahead of Sunday. Cornerback Shaquill Griffin (hip), outside linebacker K’Lavon Chaisson (ankle), wide receiver Zay Jones (wide receiver), and offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen (hamstring). All of them got the questionable tag.

On the Eagles’ sideline, slot cornerback Avonte Maddox and running back Boston Scott have been ruled out.

The Jags entered the week as a 6.5-underdog and the line hasn’t moved all week. Their moneyline is set at +230. Bet $100 on them and win $230 for a total payout of $330 if they beat Philly. The Eagles’ moneyline sits at -290. Place a wager of $290 to win $100 for a total payout of $390. The over/under for the game is 45.5 points.

Update: Due to weather conditions (rain), the over/under has been moved to 43.5 points, per Josh Norris of The Underdog Football Show.

Jaguars vs Eagles total has dropped from 47 to 43.5

The Jaguars were underdogs in each of their last two gains and managed to pull off an upset both times. However, this writer thinks the Eagles will win this one. If you think Jacksonville will win their third game in a row, you should definitely take their moneyline.

Kickoff will be at 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT. It will be shown on CBS47. Spero Dedes and Jay Feely will provide live commentary, with Aditi Kinkhabwal reporting from the sidelines.

Another alternative is to listen to the broadcast on 1010XL, 92.5 FM. Frank Frangie, Jeff Lageman, and Tony Boselli will be the analysts for this one.

For those that don’t have access to the broadcast on TV or the radio, you can watch the game on FuboTV. Sign here for your seven-day free trial period.