MIA – 22.5
JAC – 25.5
O/U – 48
D.J. Chark was a DNP on Wednesday, which puts his status for this game in serious doubt. As the highest-priced wide receiver on the slate, he should be easy to pivot off.
Byron Jones has already been ruled out for this contest, which offers a significant boost to the Jaguars’ passing game.
Pace and Play Calling Tendencies
Both teams have run awfully slow to start the year, with MIA and JAC ranking 25th and 31st in seconds per snap, respectively. JAC is running something of a balanced offense, throwing on 52% of their situation-neutral plays. MIA has passed significantly more, ranking eighth in the NFL with a 59% pass rate