Jaguars vs. Titans 2013 odds: Titans favored big at home

Scott Rovak-USA TODAY Sports

Once again, the Jaguars are double digit underdogs in Vegas this week.

The Tennessee Titans host the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 10 and are projected to win comfortably. According to Oddsshark, the Titans are favored by at least 13 points. The line was set at -12 in Tennessee's favor and went up slightly.

The Titans moved back into the AFC Wild Card picture after a close win over the St. Louis Rams. They were favored by three points and managed to cover, beating the Rams, 28-21. The Titans improved to 4-4 and are 5-2-1 against the spread. Jake Locker is back to 100 percent after missing time with a hip injury.

The Jaguars had a bye week to recover after yet another big loss in Week 8. They were 16-point underdogs to the San Francisco 49ers and failed to cover even that big spread, losing, 42-10. Jacksonville is now 0-8 in the standings and 1-7 against the spread. They got even more bad news during the bye week when Justin Blackmon got suspended for the rest of the season.

For more betting details on this game, head over to Oddsshark.

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