Jaguars travel to face the Titans: Three bold predictions
Leonard Fournette Finds His Mojo – The last two games have been the worst of times for Leonard Fournette, who was riding high leading the AFC is rushing prior to the game in London.
Two weeks with diminishing carries and even fewer opportunities to run with the football. Last week, the former first-round pick out of LSU had eight carries in the game against the Colts.
If the Jaguars are going to control the clock, Fournette must get 20 carries and 25 touches in the game. Jacksonville abandoned the running game too soon last week and the Colts defense forced quarterback Nick Foles to throw errant passes and hurry his motion, which proved to be costly.
Offensive coordinator John DeFilippo must let Fournette shoulder the load of the offense while controlling the clock. Keeping the Titans defense on the field is the best way to wear the opponent down this coming Sunday. Look for Fournette to get 90 yards rushing, catching five passes and score two touchdowns on the day.