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NFL Playoffs Game 2018
Patriots vs Jaguars
Date : Sunday, January 21, 2018
Start Time: 3:05pm ET
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The New England Patriots host the Jacksonville Jaguars for the AFC Championship on Sunday on CBS. The Patriots are favored by 7.5 points at home. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 45.
The Patriots have the history, a legendary coach, an MVP quarterback and five Super Bowl titles since the start of the 21st century. The Jaguars, well, they’re new to this spotlight.
Indeed, it’s a David vs. Goliath type of clash of teams that didn’t face each other this season. Who better to get advice on the showdown than from SportsLine’s No. 1 NFL expert?
Stat geek R.J. White is currently SportsLine’s hottest analyst. He also finished in the top one percent in the Las Vegas SuperContest — his second cash in three years in the world’s most prestigious handicapping competition. Anyone who has followed his advice is up big.
Now, he’s studied every angle of this battle. He’s found statistical trends when each team has the ball that is pointing him in one direction with confidence, and he’s sharing it over only at SportsLine.
White knows Jacksonville’s success starts with a defense that ranked No. 2 in the NFL in points allowed (16.8) and yards allowed (286.1). The Jaguars’ offense, led by rookie RB Leonard Fournette, is No. 2 in rushing. QB Blake Bortles has been efficient and the team’s plus-10 turnover ratio ranks fifth.
New England, meanwhile, starts with Tom Brady, a five-time Super Bowl champion and the favorite to win his third NFL MVP award. He led the league with 4,577 yards passing to go with 32 TDs and eight INTs.
Defensively, the stats are more deceiving. As a team, the Patriots allowed 366 yards per game, fourth-worst in the NFL. But they allowed only 18.5 points per game, fifth-fewest.
After a brutal defensive start to the year, the Pats allowed 17 or fewer points in 11 of their last 13 games and single digits four times. They ended the season on a 12-1 roll.
It’s no surprise White is leaning Over, but he has evaluated all of the circumstances and identified a strong statistical trend that has him confidently backing one side. Find out what it is, and who to back, over at SportsLine.