On Sunday, a team that has scored 51 points all season will visit a team that has averaged 51.5 over each of the last two games.
That has resulted, not surprisingly, in the biggest betting line in league history.
It’s also no surprise, then, that the Jaguars are trying to change the flat tire on a moving car. Specifically, three have joined the roster — and three are off.
Offensive lineman Sam Young arrives via waivers from the Bills. Also, tackle DeMarcus Love was elevated from the practice squad and guard Jacques McClendon, waived over the weekend, has returned.
To create those three spots, the Jags placed a trio on injured reserve: safety Dwight Lowery (concussion), tackle Luke Joeckel (ankle), and tight end Allen Reisner (knee).
And it’s unlikely any of those moves will make the line move in the underdog’s direction.