Cowboys vs Jaguars : The Jacksonville Jaguars bring their 3-2 record and an ailing offense to “Jerry World”, as they set to play the 2-3 Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. The focus will be once again on a Leonard Fournette-less offense, and how the team responds following a 30-14 thrashing last week at Kansas City.
NFL FOOTBALL ,2018
Cowboys vs Jaguars Live
Date : Sunday, October 14
Start Time : 4:25 PM ET
Cowboys vs Jaguars
the Dallas Cowboys host the Jacksonville Jaguars. Kickoff from AT&T Stadium is set for 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday. Both teams are coming off brutal losses. While Dallas dropped an overtime heart-breaker in Houston, Jacksonville was picked apart by opportunistic Kansas City in a 30-14 decision. The Jaguars are 3-point road favorites, up from an open of 1.5, in the latest Cowboys vs. Jaguars odds. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has inched down from 41.5 to 40.5.
Before you make any Cowboys vs. Jaguars picks, you need to see what SportsLine’s Mike Tierney has to say. Tierney, one of SportsLine’s most proficient NFL prognosticators, has been covering the NFL for decades and reported from seven Super Bowls.
More importantly, he is riding a remarkable 15-7 hot streak on against-the-spread picks involving Dallas, and anyone who has followed his advice is up big. Now, he has scrutinized Cowboys vs. Jaguars from every possible angle to reveal a strong point-spread pick that he’s sharing only over at SportsLine.
Tierney knows Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles threw 61 passes last Sunday in Kansas City. While he racked up an impressive 430 yards, he completed just 54 percent of his attempts and was picked off four times in the resounding defeat. For the season, he’s thrown for over 1,500 yards, but only eight scores against seven interceptions.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is averaging only 172 passing yards per game and has thrown for only five touchdowns and four interceptions. He also isn’t running much, picking up just 121 yards on scrambles.
Tierney has evaluated all of these circumstances and while we can tell you he’s leaning Over, has found a crucial X-factor that determines which side of the spread you should be all over. He’s sharing what it
Making headlines in the Metroplex is the Cowboys’ poor passing offense. The blame game is fast and furious surrounding the divisive topic, with Dallas’ wide receivers, offensive line, quarterback, coaching staff and front office all receiving their share of the blame. The Cowboys currently rank 29th in passing offense, averaging a paltry 179 yards through the air per contest.
Despite the Cowboys’ aerial woes, Dallas’ rushing attack is among the league’s best behind running back Ezekiel Elliott. The third-year back leads the NFL in rushing yardage with 480 yards on the ground. Combined with a top-ten ranked defense, the Cowboys are hoping to climb to 3-3 this Sunday.