Colts vs. Jaguars 2013, NFL odds and lines: Jacksonville huge underdogs again

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The Jaguars are nearly double-digit underdogs against the Colts in Week 4.

The Jacksonville Jaguars could be in for another mismatch in Week 4. The Indianapolis Colts are currently 9.5-point favorites to win on the road, according to OddsShark. The over/under is set at 42.5.

Not only are the Jaguars winless this season, but they can't even cover a spread. They were 19-point underdogs to the Seattle Seahawks and lost by 28, 45-17. They had a chance at a backdoor cover in the second half, but the Seahawks scored two late touchdowns to slam the door. Jacksonville is now 0-3 against the spread this season.

The Colts are coming off a huge statement win over the San Francisco 49ers. They entered the game as 10.5-point underdogs and stomped the 49ers, 27-7. The Colts beat them at their own game, using a bruising running game and defense to bury the 49ers. It was the first time the Colts beat the spread this year.

For more betting details on this matchup, head over to OddsShark.

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