2011 NFL Odds Week 15: Jaguars Vs. Falcons

The Jacksonville Jaguars are a far cry from a Playoff contendor this year, but they can help affect the landscape of the NFC Playoffs this year when they face the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night. For a look at an odds perspective on this game, let's check out our partners at OddsShark.

The Jaguars and Falcons have played four times in their history and every game played UNDER the NFL betting total. So as Jacksonville visits Atlanta on the Week 15 odds menu, can bettors expect a low-scoring game? The Jags have struggled on the road, but have been a consistent UNDER bet (6 in a row).The Falcons meanwhile have played 10 UNDERs in their past 12 home games.

And here is a look at the compelte game odds via the SB Naiton Odds Page powered by OddsShark.

12/15/2011 Jacksonville 42½u-113 42½o-110 42½o-110 42½o-110
8:20 PM Atlanta -10½-106 -12½+110 -11-110 -11½-110

For more on the Jaguars, please visit Big Cat Country, SB Nation's Jags blog. For the perspective from the other side, please visit SB Nation Atlanta and The Falcoholic, SB Nation's Falcons blog.

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