NFL Picks: Week 13 Jaguars vs Bengals



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The upcoming NFL Monday Night Football clash between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cincinnati Bengals promises to be an exciting showdown, with both teams showcasing their offensive prowess at TIAA Bank Field.



SPREAD: Cincinnati Bengals +9 (-110), Jacksonville Jaguars -9 (-110)

MONEYLINE:  Cincinnati Bengals  +300, Jacksonville Jaguars -400

TOTAL: Cincinnati Bengals O 38 (-110), Jacksonville Jaguars U 38 (-110)


Lawrence-led Jaguars eyeing offensive Showcase against Bengals

NFL Team Jacksonville JaguarsIn their recent victory over the Houston Texans, the Jaguars exhibited a balanced offensive attack. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence played a pivotal role, throwing for an impressive 364 yards, completing 60.5% of his passes. Lawrence displayed both precision and versatility, connecting with various targets and contributing a rushing touchdown. His season statistics underscore his impact, with 2,746 passing yards, a 67.3% completion rate, and 12 touchdowns against 7 interceptions.

Etienne, the dynamic running back for the Jaguars, had a solid outing against the Texans, rushing for 56 yards on 20 carries and making key contributions in the passing game with four receptions for 30 yards. His season totals, with 726 rushing yards, seven touchdowns, and 36 receptions for 312 yards, underscore his multifaceted role in the Jaguars’ offensive scheme.

The receiving corps, led by Calvin Ridley and Christian Kirk, has been a reliable target for Lawrence. Ridley’s five receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown in the last game highlight his big-play capability, averaging an impressive 17.8 yards per catch. Meanwhile, Kirk has been a consistent contributor with 56 receptions for 761 yards and three touchdowns.

Defensively, the Jaguars have notable playmakers in Josh Allen, Foyesade Oluokun, and Darious Williams. Allen has been a force with 12 sacks, while Oluokun’s 119 tackles and Williams’ three interceptions contribute to a formidable defense.

From a betting perspective, the Jaguars have been a solid team, covering the spread in eight of their 11 games. Additionally, their games have hit the over in five out of 11 instances, with a set point total of 45.5%, which is important for the NFL lines.


Chase and Mixon look to bounce back as Bengals face Jaguars

NFL Team Cincinnati BengalsOn the other side, the Bengals are coming off a tough loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Quarterback Jake Browning threw for 227 yards, completing 73.1% of his passes. However, the Bengals struggled to secure the win, with Joe Mixon managing only 16 yards on eight carries. Ja’Marr Chase continued to shine with four receptions for 81 yards, maintaining his impressive season stats with 914 receiving yards and six touchdowns.

Mixon has been a workhorse for the Bengals, accumulating 621 rushing yards, four touchdowns, and 33 receptions for 232 yards. The receiving trio of Chase, Tyler Boyd, and Tee Higgins provides Browning with multiple options downfield.

Defensively, the Bengals boast playmakers like Logan Wilson, Daxton Hill, Trey Hendrickson, and Germaine Pratt. Wilson’s 89 tackles, Hill’s five sacks, and Hendrickson’s 10.5 sacks highlight the team’s defensive prowess.

Betting-wise, the Bengals have a 4-6-1 record against the spread, and their games have surpassed the over/under in 45.5% of instances, important to take into consideration for the NFL odds.