Odds: NONE LISTED
There are no odds listed for the Jacksonville Jaguars' Super Bowl odds, which is Vegas' way of saying that there is a 0 percent chance of the Jaguars winning the title.
Think about that. A 0 percent chance. Zero. None. Zip. Nada. Bubkus. Zilch.
Vegas could set the odds at 75,000,000/1, and you could plunk a dollar down and not even watch the rest of the season and feel supremely confident in winning the bet.
The 0-4 Jaguars have been outscored 129-31. They are dead last in total offense. And they just traded their starting left tackle, Eugene Monroe, to the Baltimore Ravens for third-day draft picks, per ESPN.
The move to trade Monroe is, believe it or not, an excellent decision by general manager David Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley. Monroe's contract expires after the season, and the team selected its left tackle of the future, Luke Joeckel, with the second overall pick of April's draft. Jacksonville wasn't going to retain Monroe, so Caldwell and Bradley did a nice job in getting some value back in the deal.
With or without Monroe, the Jaguars are an awful, awful football team. The only question is whether they'll match the 2008 Lions and go 0-16.
I'd like to see the odds on that wager.
Next game: at St. Louis Rams