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ESPN's 2nd Half Prediction For Jaguars-Titans

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew walks off the field.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - SEPTEMBER 08: Gardner Minshew #15 of the Jacksonville Jaguars looks on after a game against the Kansas City Chiefs at TIAA Bank Field on September 08, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)

Most people figured Jaguars-Titans would be ugly, but the first 30 minutes of tonight's game has been beyond tough to watch.

The first half has been a slog, filled with bad football, offensive ineptitude and a ridiculous amount of penalties. The Jaguars lead 14-0, and right now, it is hard to imagine either team scoring again.

There were 14 total points, 15 penalties, 12 combined first downs and 11 combined punts in the first half. Jaguars rookie quarterback sensation Gardner Minshew managed to toss a pair of touchdowns in the middle of all that muck.

ESPN has released its second half prediction for the game. Not surprisingly, the Jaguars are the heavy favorites.

Jacksonville currently has an 88.2 percent win probability, per ESPN's computer projections.

You can catch the second half of Jaguars-Titans soon on NFL Network. We've already seen the entire broadcasting team call out the officiating crew for their propensity to throw flags tonight.

Tom Brady also chimed in, saying he was turning the game off because he was sick of the flags.

Can't say we blame him.