Never before in the pro game has a gambling line been so skewed, but this is the Jacksonville Jaguars, and anyone who has seen them play (and lived to tell the tale) understands that getting 131.5 points is not a fail-safe.

The Denver Broncos come into Sunday’s contest versus the Jaguars having scored 362 points in five games this season, led by Peyton Manning, who is averaging 13 TD’s a game during that span.

The Jaguars enter the matchup with the intention of moving the ball past their own 20-yard line. They have also been practicing the kneel down on offense to keep the clock moving, a screen pass designed to sail out of bounds to prevent turnovers, and their victory formation defense that is expected to be in play during the end of the first quarter.

Brew Dreesus