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Sunday, November 27, the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-8) take on the Buffalo Bills (5-5). The game will be played at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. Read on for our Jaguars vs. Bills prediction and preview.
According to ESPN’s matchup predictor, which is based on its FPI rating, Buffalo wins the match-up between the two teams 78.8.2 percent of the time. The spread, however, suggests that the Bills are favored to win the contest.
Spread: Bills -7.5
Game Time: 1:00 p.m. E.T.
Jaguars vs. Bills preview:
The preseason hype surrounding the Jaguars looked about as ill-advised as ever with the squad falling to 2-8 after losing 26-19 to the Lions on Sunday. It's difficult to pick apart where exactly the holes are on a team when new holes seem to be developing each and every game. Blake Bortles' play has been nothing but mediocre the entire season. There's talent on this team, but it doesn't show much of the time.
The Bills got the win over the Bengals last week, but it came at a cost; both LeSean McCoy and Robert Woods suffered injuries in the game. McCoy suffered a dislocated thumb and should still be available for the game against Jacksonsville, but the outlook for Woods is not as good, as he's doubtful to play with a knee injury. On the flipped, Sammy Watkins has been scheduled to return to limited practice, which is some welcome good news.
Jaguars vs. Bills prediction:
The Bills take this game. The Jaguars offense, despite its immense talent, has been largely ineffective, and a stifling Bills defense will make sure it remains that way. I don't see anyway the Jaguars win this game unless the Bills' offense completely collapses. The Bills are at home, and get their second straight win after dropping three in a row.