Jacksonville Jaguars Vs Los Angeles Chargers Live Stream

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On Saturday, Brandon Staley, Justin Herbert, and the Los Angeles Chargers will pay a visit to Doug Pederson, Trevor Lawrence, and the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL playoffs 2023. The game will be played in primetime at TIAA Bank Field, with both teams advancing to the NFL playoffs in 2023.
The Chargers have won four of their last five games to improve to 10-7 on the season. The Jaguars have won five straight games, winning the AFC South with a 9-8 record and becoming only the third team in NFL history to make the playoffs after starting 2-6. The game begins at 8:15 p.m. ET in Jacksonville.
In the latest Jaguars vs. Chargers odds from Caesars Sportsbook, the Chargers are favored by 1.5 points, while the over/under, or total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is 47. Before making any Chargers vs. Jaguars picks or NFL playoff predictions, check out SportsLine's resident Jaguars expert, Mike Tierney.
Mike Tierney, a veteran sportswriter whose work appears on a regular basis in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, has covered the NFL for decades and has reported from seven Super Bowls. He entered the 2022 NFL season with a record of 232-204-10 ATS since the start of the 2018 season. Furthermore, he is 33-14 in his last 47 picks involving the Jaguars, returning nearly $1,800. Anyone who has followed him is on the rise.
Tierney has now set his sights on Chargers vs. Jaguars and has made his NFL playoff predictions. You can see his picks on SportsLine right now. Here are some NFL odds betting lines and trends for the Chargers vs. Jaguars game:

Chargers vs. Jaguars spread: Los Angeles Chargers -1.5

Over/under for Jaguars vs. Chargers: 47 points
Money line for Jaguars vs. Chargers: Jaguars +115, Chargers -135.
LAC: The Chargers are 7-2 against the spread on the road.
JAX: In home/neutral games, the Jaguars are 4-4 against the spread.
Picks for the Jaguars vs. the Chargers: Picks can be found here.
Why the Chargers can cover: The Chargers score above-average, averaging 23.0 points per game, and have 359.3 total yards per game, ranking in the top ten in the NFL. The Chargers have excellent ball security, committing only 19 turnovers in 17 games, and they have 352 first downs this season. Los Angeles ranks third in passing yards with a 43.2% third-down conversion rate. The franchise's face is quarterback Justin Herbert, who ranks second in passing yards and third in total offense. Herbert is also second in completions with 477 and connects on more than 68% of his passes. Herbert has an outstanding 1.4% interception rate and ranks eighth in the NFL with 25 passing touchdowns and a 5.16% sack rate.
Why the Jaguars can cover: Trevor Lawrence is the Jaguars' rising quarterback. Lawrence has 15 passing touchdowns and only two interceptions in the last nine games, helping Jacksonville overcome a 2-6 start. Lawrence has a 4.42% sack rate and ranks in the top 10 in completions (387), passing yards (4,113), passing touchdowns (25), and passer rating (95.2).
The Jaguars also have a strong running back in Travis Etienne, who ranks in the top ten in the league with 1,125 rushing yards and 5.1 yards per carry.