Last year was however not a total burst, as Week 13 saw the franchise stage the greatest comeback in their history. After trailing the New York Giants 21-0 in the first half, they fought back zealously to win the game 25–24, presenting the hope that they’d be able to perform better in the NFL betting odds in 2015, given a number of changes, especially in their anemic defensive unit.
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During the 2014 season, the Jaguars put their paws out there looking to claw down their opponents, but like 2013, their hunting endeavors proved futile, as they ended the year on a disappointing note. For the season, they finished with a 3–13 record in the AFC South, forcing them to settle for third place. It was certainly a difficult season for the Jags, especially on the road where they set a new club record of not winning a single away game for the first time in the team’s history.