Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Seattle Seahawks picks, predictions: Who wins NFL Week 8 game?
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Seattle Seahawks play on Sunday in a Week 8 NFL game.
Which team will get the victory?
Check out these NFL Week 8 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 1:05 p.m. MST time on CBS.
The Seahawks are a 3.5-point favorite in the game.
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Pro Football Network: Jaguars 22, Seahawks 20
Ben Rolfe writes: "Monday Night Football in Week 7 will give us a better idea about this game, but this could be a perfect opportunity for the Jaguars to get two straight wins. Coming off their bye, Jacksonville faces a Seahawks team coming off a short week without their franchise QB. I cannot believe I am saying this, but unless Urban Meyer coaches his team out of the game, this one has road underdog victory written all over it."
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Sportsnaut: Seahawks 24, Jaguars 21
Andrew Buller-Russ writes: "If Trevor Lawrence and Urban Meyer want to have a two-game winning streak at any point this season, this might be their best chance. Then again, Geno Smith is a solid backup quarterback and he'll get the ball to DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. A win is possible for Jacksonville, but not probable."
Fansided: Jaguars 30, Seahawks 24
Carlos Sanchez writes: "The difference in talent between the Jaguars and the Seahawks (without Russell Wilson) isn’t big. Seattle’s defense ranks 21st in points allowed, which is something Jacksonville must take advantage of. In previous weeks, the Jaguars have lost a couple of games they could and should have won. That won’t happen in Seattle and will earn their second victory of the year. Also, they score 30 points for the first time in 2021."
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CBS Sports: Jaguars will lose to Seahawks in Week 8
Jeff Kerr writes: "Lawrence and the Jaguars will put up a fight, but it's hard to win games in Seattle. Jacksonville will play well coming out of the bye week."
NBC Sports: Seahawks will beat Jaguars in Week 8
Joe Fann writes: "I can't wait for this matchup with Trevor Lawrence, Shaquill Griffin, Darrell Bevell and Brian Schottenheimer coming to town."
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Sportsnaut: Seahawks will beat Jaguars in Week 8
It writes: "Week 8, a stoppable force vs a movable object. Seattle’s offense boasts the weapons to attack the Jacksonville Jaguars. But rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence will do some damage against the Seahawks’ secondary. Ultimately, Geno Smith can put the game away and win a close one."
FiveThirtyEight.com: Seahawks have a 74% win probability
The site gives the Jaguars a 26% win probability in the NFL Week 8 game.
ESPN: Seahawks have a 69.4% chance to win
The site's Football Power Index gives the Jaguars a 30.3% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 8 NFL game.
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