The 5-0 Denver Broncos are set to hit the field against a team headed in the very opposite direction on Sunday, the 0-5 Jacksonville Jaguars.
Peyton Manning’s Broncos look poised to make a run at the Super Bowl, possibly even the unheard of perfect record, while Blaine Gabbert’s Jags may not win a game all season. Such a wide gulf in ability has forced Vegas to set the spread at the biggest it has ever been for any NFL game: A whopping four touchdowns.
However, the folks that have seen most of the Jaguars’ games first-hand, down in Florida, don’t even believe that is big enough.
Do you think the Jags will cover 28 points, or are the Broncos going to open the end-zone flood gates?