Updated Falcons at Jaguars betting lines below. Ready for some NFL week 5 preseason action? The Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars will both be looking for their first preseason win of the year. This when they play in their preseason finale on Thursday night. The game will be played at TIAA Bank Field and is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM. ET. View the latest odds below.
The Falcons are hoping to unseat the New Orleans Saints. Unseat as the NFC South champions this season. However, they have not looked very good so far in the preseason. They are 0-4 so far and will be trying to avoid their fifth consecutive loss when they play on Thursday.
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Matt Ryan, who played the entire first half of the game, completed 9 of 14 passes for 74 yards and managed to lead the team on a scoring drive in the second quarter. The offense failed to score more than 10 points for the third time in four games. Are you ready for Falcons at Jaguars betting?
Ryan and Julio Jones, who has missed the entire preseason, are expected to sit this game out. However, from what we have seen so far in the preseason, the Falcons are likely going to struggle offensively when the regular season starts.
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Like the Falcons, the Jaguars have struggled offensively in the preseason and have only 17 points in their first three games. Nick Foles, who signed with the team during the offseason, made his preseason debut in this game and played the entire first quarter. He finished the game completing 6 of 10 passes for 48 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.
Running back Leonard Fournette finished the game with 27 yards on seven carries. Jacksonville’s defense, which is supposed to be the team’s strength, hasn’t played well in the preseason. They managed to give up their fewest points of the season this week. They will be trying to build on that when they play the Falcons on Thursday.
The week 5 preseason betting lines for this game are not yet available. The two teams haven’t looked sharp during the preseason, but the Jaguars’ backups have looked better than the Falcons’ which makes Jacksonville the pick here.