Bills vs Jaguars: How about some Sunday morning Football? The Jacksonville Jaguars will head to London to host the Buffalo Bills in the first international game of 2023 this weekend. Buffalo is 3-1 after making up for a shock loss to the Jets in week 1, while the 2-2 Jags are still figuring things out.
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Bills vs Jaguars: week 5 info
Date: Sunday, October 8th
Time: 9:30AM ET
Location: Tottenham Hotspur stadium, London
TV channel: NFL Network, NFL Gamepass (DAZN)
NFL Week 5 odds: Bills vs Jaguars
Spread: Buffalo Bills -5.5 | Jacksonville Jaguars +5.5
Moneyline: Buffalo Bills -238 | Jacksonville Jaguars +195
Total: Over/Under 48
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Travis Etienne Jr. OVER 63 rushing yards -115
The Jags are no strangers to playing in London and neither is Doug Pederson, who guided the Eagles to a win over his new team across the pond back in 2018.
with a high chance of fatigue for both teams, running the rock feels like a safe bet. The Bills’ run defense actually ranks 20th in the NFL right now, which is way lower than it should be. Sprinkle in the fact they’re traveling to the UK and there is every chance that Travis Etienne, who put up 156 yards against the Broncos last year at Wembley, will have a field day.
Jacksonville Jaguars +5.5
If there is any team who understands the logistics of this trip, it’s the Jags. They have played more international games than any other NFL team and the Buffalo Bills actually lost to Jacksonville in their first London game not too long ago. Oh, and they literally won in London last week.
I like the fact that while it’s not a home game, the Jags are more acclimated to the time difference, the travelling, and the scheduling of the week (remember when the Saints were involved in an absolute blowout?).
They’re also red-hot coming off of a big win last week. Take the points here in what could be a nail biter.
Dalton Kincaid OVER 27.5 receiving yards
The rookie tight end has been a regular feature in Buffalo’s offense, but he’s yet to have that breakout game. However, he’s still third in the teams’ target share up to this point, and TE1 Dawson Knox is questionable with a quad injury. If Knox is less than 100% and still plays, we can expect Kincaid to take a more prominent receiving role, giving us an even greater edge.
Kincaid has drawn 4+ targets 3 times in 4 games this season. Another day like that and he should fly past this modest total.
Josh Allen UNDER 263.5 yards
The Bills’ quarterback has been electric this season but he isn’t invincible. He’s still been known to make costly mistakes and turn the ball over.
Against the Jags, Allen has thrown for a combined 424 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 picks in 2 games. That’s an average of 212 yards per contest.
Especially on the road (in the sky?) with all the variables factored in, I think there’s an edge on Allen staying safely under this total, with the Bills opting to ride the run game as much as they can.
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