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Week 4 features an unexpected battle between two teams sitting at the top of their divisions. The Eagles look to stay undefeated when Trevor Lawrence and the 2-1 Jaguars come to town this Sunday. Handicapper Jason Radowitz gives us his best bet here.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Prediction, Pick, Odds: Can Trevor Lawrence Continue Hot Start?

Eagles vs. Jaguars Start Time, Where to Watch, and Odds

  • Date: October 2, 2022
  • Game Time: 1:00 pm ET
  • Where to Watch: CBS

Eagles vs. Jaguars Odds

  • Spread: Jaguars +6.5 (-110); Eagles -6.5 (-110)
  • Total Odds: O/U 48 (-110)
  • Moneyline Odds: Jaguars (+230); Eagles (-275)

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The Philadelphia Eagles are one of two teams that are still undefeated. They'll welcome the Miami Dolphins to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, looking to stretch their undefeated streak to four straight games.

Meanwhile, the Jaguars are currently 2-1 and have won back-to-back games against the Colts and Chargers. Both of those teams were projected playoff teams coming into the year. The Jaguars have scored 62 points in those two games, proving that they might belong in talks about the playoffs. Can the Jaguars be the first team to knock off the Eagles? Here are our picks, predictions, and odds for Sunday's game between the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Philadelphia Eagles.

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Eagles vs. Jaguars Injury Report


Questionable: CB Shaquill Griffin (Hip)


Questionable: TE Dallas Goedert (Shin)

Out: DE Derek Barnett (Ribs)

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Prediction

The Eagles are the talk of sports media, but the Jaguars deserve some respect. Jacksonville is 2-1 on the season and just knocked off the Colts and Chargers in two straight games. And they didn't just win those games. The Jaguars won those games in blowout fashion, winning each game by at least 24 points. The offense has been average this season. They're gaining 380.7 yards per game, with 123.3 yards on the ground.

Trevor Lawrence has improved under a new coaching staff. He's thrown six touchdowns with just one interception through three games. The run game has also taken off behind James Robinson, who has 230 yards on 51 carries, including three touchdowns. The run blocking can get better, but overall, the Jaguars have been an average offense that has performed as of late.

Meanwhile, defensively, the Jaguars have looked good. They've held teams to 323.3 yards per game and have allowed only 55 yards per game on the ground. The Jaguars continue to miss a bunch of tackles, but the pass rush has been effective, and the secondary has played well enough.

On the other hand, the Eagles look like the most exciting offense in the NFL right now. Philadelphia has scored over 28 points per game while averaging 455.7 yards per game. The passing game has earned over 300 yards per game, but the running game isn't lagging, as the Eagles are averaging over 150 yards on the ground.

Jalen Hurts has been making significant decisions under center. He's thrown for 916 yards in three games and has also thrown for four touchdowns. He's getting plenty of rushing attempts and has also earned touchdowns on the ground. So far, Hurts looks to have two reliable targets between A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. The Eagles look great in the passing game.

On the defensive end, the Eagles have allowed 110 yards per game on the ground. That's simply the only area where they've struggled. Philadelphia needs to clean up their missed tackles, but the pass rush and secondary have still performed well.

Right now, the Eagles look unbeatable. The defense is doing very well against the pass, while the offense continues to play remarkably. I'll take the Eagles to earn the -6.5 cover in this one.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Pick

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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