The Jacksonville Jaguars will need to score as much as they can in Week 10.
Jake Luton played well in his NFL debut even though the Jaguars ended up losing the game. Gardner Minshew II will be out for the second consecutive week, so the Oregon State standout will have the chance to showcase his talents and seize the team’s starting quarterback job for good.
Against the Texans, Luton went 26-of-38 for 304 yards and one touchdown. Furthermore, he ran for a 13-yard rushing touchdown. He also displayed his arm and averaged 8.0 yards per attempt. He will need to show at Lambeau that he wasn’t a one-hit-wonder if he wants to be Jacksonville’s starting quarterback for the remainder of the season.
Wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr. will have a tough task against the Packers defense. With Laviska Shenault out, the LSU standout will likely see plenty of double teams in Week 10. Cornerback Jaire Alexander is doubtful for Sunday, so the wideout will probably match up against Josh Jackson.
Last week, Chark hauled in seven receptions for 146 yards one touchdown. He also seems like he has built a nice rapport with Jake Luton, so we may see the receiver cross the 100-yard again in Week 10. While the Jaguars also have Chris Conley and Keelan Cole at their disposal, Chark needs to step up on Sunday for them to have a chance to pull the upset.