The Jacksonville Jaguars have been underdogs in every game during the 2013 season, even during their three game winning streak, and Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans is no different. The Jaguars opened up as a four point home dog, according to OddsShark, and are even as high as six point dogs on some books.
Like I've said the other times, it's not a big surprise the Jaguars enter games as underdogs. They're a gritty team right now that kind of "out tries" their opponents. They still struggle offensively to put drives and points on the board, often relying on turnovers to put them in scoring position.
The Jaguars did beat the Tennessee Titans their last time out, but it was another game that saw the Jaguars need to knock out the starting quarterback and force multiple turnovers, including a sack/fumble recovery for a touchdown to end the game.