Jaguars versus Colts: 5 bold predictions for Week 10

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Jaguars running back James Robinson (Photo by Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) /

The Jaguars’ offense will step up against the Colts.

1. Running back James Robinson will rush for 150 yards and a touchdown.

Second-year running back James Robinson hurt his heel against the Seattle Seahawks and missed last week’s game. Head coach Urban Meyer said the former Illinois State Redbird should return to action in Week 10. He’s been a limited participant in practice but should have no restrictions on game day.

The Jaguars’ running game will receive a massive boost with Robinson back in the starting lineup. He will pick up where he left off and once again cross the 100-yard mark rushing. He will rack up a season-high 20 carries, go over 150 yards and reach the end zone once.

2. Trevor Lawrence will complete 70 percent of his passes and score a touchdown.

The Jaguars managed just nine points against the Bills. While every win counts the same, they need a better output from their offense. Trevor Lawrence has kind of run into a rookie wall in the last two weeks, completing 58.75 percent of his passes for 356 yards with one touchdown and one interception.

The Jaguars will attempt a few shots downfield. Lawrence will complete a few of those, have a 70 percent completion rate, and throw for a touchdown. The former Clemson Tiger has shown progress throughout his rookie year even if it doesn’t always show up on the stat sheet. It will against the Colts.

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