The Jacksonville Jaguars’ offense will be on a roll.
4. Wide receiver DJ Chark will have his first 100-yard game of the year and will score twice.
Jaguars wide receiver DJ Chark Jr. hauled in three receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown in the season opener but he went on to catch just one pass against the Cardinals. That has to change. The 2019 Pro Bowl nod has averaged 20.6 yards per reception in 2021.
The coaching staff needs to find ways to get Chark the ball. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence wasn’t accurate in Week 2, completing less than 50 percent of his passes. He should bounce back against the Cardinals and will target the fourth-year wide receiver often, which will lead to his first 100-yard game of the 2021 season.
5. Trevor Lawrence will be interception-free and score three touchdowns.
Lawrence has made several good throws in the last two weeks. Not nearly enough to win but it’s clear the Jaguars’ have a promising young quarterback in the former Clemson Tiger. The young passer is adjusting to the NFL, which has led him to throw five interceptions. That number will come down as the season progresses and Week 3 will be the first time he doesn’t turn the ball over.
Also, Lawrence will throw three touchdowns. He will continue to have bad games throughout the season but Sunday won’t be one of them. His performance won’t be enough to win the game but it will give everyone a reason to cheer for.