Denver Broncos open as historic favorites in Week 6 matchup with winless Jaguars
#Broncos -28 hosting #Jags next week (biggest favorite ever!). Prior biggest: Steelers -26 hosting Bucs (12/5/1976) — RJ Bell (@RJinVegas) October 7, 2013The Jaguars not only fell to 0-5 with their 34-20 loss to the Rams on Sunday, they were also hit hard by injuries. Offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, the No. 2 overall pick in last April's draft, suffered a high ankle fracture and will miss the rest of the season. QB Blaine Gabbert, meanwhile, left the game early with a bad hamstring. Oh, and remember how the Broncos scored 51 points Sunday? That's how many points the Jaguars have scored this entire season. It could get really ugly in Denver next Sunday.