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2022 NFL Hall of Fame Game Jaguars vs. Raiders Betting Odds

2022 NFL Hall of Fame Game Jaguars vs. Raiders Betting Odds

NFL gambling sites favor the Raiders over the Jags in the 2022 Hall of Fame Game. The preseason will get underway at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium with the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame Game is a yearly National Football League exhibition contest in Canton, Ohio. It is held the weekend of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony. The game occurs at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, which is part of Hall of Fame Village powered by Johnson Controls. It is located adjacent to the Hall of Fame facility. The first game was held in 1962, when the ground was broken for the Hall of Fame building.

The two teams that play in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game are usually elected by the league ahead of the rest of the preseason schedule. The competitors are usually announced about the time that the new Hall of Fame members are also announced.

This coincides with Super Bowl week. Frequently, if a particularly noteworthy player is going to enter the Hall of Fame that year, a team that they were especially associated with may be picked to play in the game in order to help boost attendance as well as drum up publicity for the game itself.

Hall of Fame Game Jaguars vs. Raiders Betting Odds

TeamSP/RLTOTALML
Raiders+1 ( -110 )30½ ( -110 )-105
Jaguars-1 ( -110 )30½ ( -110 )-115
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Unlike most of the NFL preseason games, the Hall of Fame Game airs across the country. From 1999 to 2005, the game took place on Monday night, televised on ABC’s Monday Night Football. Before that it had been held on Saturday afternoons, except from 1963-1965 on Sunday afternoons, as part of ABC’s Wide World of Sports package.

The game will feature the Las Vegas Raiders and the Jacksonville Jaguars. This will be the 60th playing of the game. The Raiders are 1.5-point faves or -1.5. The Jags are 1.5-point dogs, or +1.5. Both teams’ spread has -110 odds.

An $11 bet on the Raiders -1.5 earns $10 if they win by two points or higher. An $11 wager on Jacksonville +1.5 yields $10 of winnings should they win or lose by one point. The total (over/under) for the NFL’s preseason-opening game is 32.5, and the over and under are both set at -110.

The Hall of Fame Game started in 1962. This Thursday will be the 60th anniversary of this event. The Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars clash in Canton, Ohio on Thursday night. Both teams will attempt to improve on their 2021 seasons.

Betting Las Vegas Raiders

The best online sportsbooks favor the Raiders. The Raiders finished last season 10-7. They lost to the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round of the postseason. Following a season rife with controversy, the Raiders hired Josh McDaniels to assume the head coaching position.

We should not expect McDaniels to work miracles vis a vis his offensive play-calling this time. Las Vegas traded for Wide Receiver Davante Adams, but we may have to wait another week to find out how his connection with fellow Fresno State alumni Derek Carr unfolds in the professional setting.

Betting Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jags are underdogs at NFL gambling sites. The Jaguars were not as successful as Las Vegas past season. They finished the season with a 3-14 record. They had the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL Draft for the second straight season.

Doug Pederson was hired during the offseason. We expect Jacksonville to get better. Pederson will surely want to come out blazing in the preseason. We don’t expect either team to play many, or any, starters, but it’s more likely that Pederson will allow Trevor Lawrence to take more snaps than the more experienced Carr.

We think the Jags are going to want to get a little more game-time in the preseason for their starters since their roster, on the whole, isn’t as talented as Las Vegas’. Or any other team in the league, for that matter.

Pick: it is great to have football back again and be able to watch a live game on TV (nationwide, as we mentioned a few paragraphs above, in case you didn’t notice), but we aren’t all that confident that there will be many points scored on Thursday night. In the previous ten Hall of Fame Games, the total averaged only 29.3 points.

Only three of those games featured over 32.5. It can be tough to predict how teams will manage this opening game, but betting on rusty offenses is a sure bet. We expect Thursday’s game to finish under 32.5 points.