The St. Louis Rams have allowed at least 30 points in each of the last three weeks and lost three straight by a combined 55 points, yet are still 12.5-point favorites against the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to OddsShark.
While the Rams have certainly been bad as of late, the Jaguars have undoubtedly been worse. A 10-point loss to the Oakland Raiders in Week 2 was the closest they've come to victory and the team lost by a combined 88 points in the other three matchups.
With the fewest points scored and the third most points allowed, the Jaguars haven't come close to winning a game or even cover a spread.
Still, the Rams have been pretty bad themselves, ranking in the bottom 10 in both offense and defense. With the return of Justin Blackmon to the lineup for the Jaguars after a four-game suspension, it will only take a halfway mediocre performance from the Jaguars offense to cover such a large spread.
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