- The Raiders are eight and a half point underdogs on Saturday as they host the Kansas City Chiefs during week 18.
- Heading into the last week of the 2022-23 season, the Chiefs have gone 5-10-1 ATS and 2-5 as the away favorite.
- The Jacksonville Jaguars have -280 odds to beat the Tennessee Titans on Saturday which would claim the AFC South.
LAS VEGAS – The final week of the 2022-23 NFL regular season is set to kick off at Allegiant Stadium, where the LV Raiders will host the KC Chiefs. With the Chiefs looking to stay on top of the AFC and the Raiders being eliminated from playoff contention, KC is a heavy favorite on the road.
- Moneyline: Chiefs -435/Raiders +325
- Spread: Chiefs -8.5/Raiders +8.5
- Total: Over 52.5 (-110)/Under 52.5 (-110)
Kansas City has gone 5-2 straight up when playing on the road as the favorite during this season, while the Raiders have gone 0-1 as the underdog at home. Even though Las Vegas has no shot to sneak into the playoffs, Jarrett Stidham still has a lot to prove and will be getting his second start in week 18 for the Raiders.
With Stidham under center, LV almost knocked off the San Francisco 49ers who needed the win to stay in contention for the number seed in the NFC in week 17. It took an overtime battle for the Raiders to lose, and the Chiefs should receive the same toughness on Saturday from their AFC West rival.
The Raiders have legal sports betting value to cover the eight-and-a-half-point spread, as they should put up a fight during the matchup. The Chiefs have struggled to cover during the 2022-23 season, going 5-10-1 for the second worse ATS record in the entire NFL.
On the other side of Stidham’s success, Devante Adams hauled on seven receptions for 153 yards and two touchdowns in week 17. Adams even commented on his new QBs toughness after the two formed an explosive connection and has EVEN odds to score anytime on Saturday along with odds for his total yards.
Devante Adams Receiving Total
- Over 77.5 yards -115
- Under 77.5 yards -115
Betting on the Battle for the AFC South
The rising Jacksonville Jaguars are hosting the reeling Tennessee Titans on Saturday night, with the winner taking the AFC South title and heading to the postseason. With injury dwelling in Tennessee, Jacksonville is favored to keep rolling during the last game of the season at NFL betting sites.
- Moneyline: Titans +230/Jaguars -280
- Spread: Titans +6.5/Jaguars -6.5
- Total: Over 40.0 (-105)/Under 40.0 (-115)
The Titans have won the last two AFC South Championships but will be starting Joshua Dobbs for the second consecutive week. Derrick Henry has announced that he will be playing for the matchup but the Jags are still favored to finish the sweep.
The Jaguars visited the Titans during week 14 of the 2022-23 season and left with a 14-point victory with Ryan Tannehill under center. Tennessee’s defense allowed Trevor Lawrence to throw for 368 yards, three TDs, and zero interceptions.
Trevor Lawrence Passing Yards
- Over 264.5 -125
- Under 264.5 -105
Lawrence connected with Evan Engram for two TDs, Zay Jones for a TD, and ran it in for one of his own during that victory over the Titans and they all have odds to repeat their performance in week 18.
Anytime TD Scorer Odds
- Trevor Lawrence +390
- Zay Jones +180
- Evan Engram +210
Will the Jags take the AFC South over Josh Dobbs and the Titans?
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