Jaguars vs Dolphins: 5 bold predictions for Week 6

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence #16 at TIAA Bank Field. (Imagn Images photo pool)
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence #16 at TIAA Bank Field. (Imagn Images photo pool) /
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Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson #25. (Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ offense will perform well in Week 6.

4. James Robinson will go over 150 yards and score one touchdown.

Heading into the 2021 season, the Jaguars expected to have a running back committee. However, a Lisfranc injury to Travis Etienne put a dent in the plan. Thus, the Jags’ rushing attack is once again a one-man show led by James Robinson, who is averaging almost six yards per carry right now.

The former Redbird had his best game of the season in Week 5, toting the rock 18 times for 149 yards and one touchdown. He will have an even better performance against the Phins in London. This time, he will cross the 150-yard rushing mark and will also find the end zone.

5. Trevor Lawrence will throw for three touchdowns, no interceptions. 

After throwing three touchdown passes in the season opener, Trevor Lawrence hasn’t had more than two in a game in the last four weeks. On the bright side, he’s cut down his number of interceptions and has made better decisions with the football. In the last two games, he posted just one interception, and that came near the end of the Titans’ game when the final score was already decided.

In Week 6, the former Clemson Tiger will have a favorable matchup against the Dolphins’ defense, which ranks 30th in points allowed and 28th in passing touchdowns allowed.  He should have no trouble carving up Miami’s secondary and throw three touchdown passes.

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