4. Jaguars WR Laviska Shenault will have his game of the season.
Wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. has been inconsistent this season. He hasn’t been bad but he could certainly play better. He’s made several drops this season and has been quiet in the last three games, hauling in just nine receptions for 52 yards. Trevor Lawrence hasn’t gotten much help from his supporting cast but that will change against the 49ers.
Viska will total more than 100 scrimmage yards. He will get over 100 receiving yards and 20 rushing. He will be a big reason why the Jaguars’ offense will be at full steam after struggling to move the ball in recent weeks.
5. Trevor Lawrence will complete over 60 percent of his passes.
Having a 60 percent completion rate in today’s NFL doesn’t sound like something out of the ordinary but Trevor Lawrence has completed 58 percent of his passes for the season had a 45 percent completion rate against the Colts. It hasn’t been his fault though.
The former Clemson Tiger needs to improve but he’s not the sole reason why the Jaguars’ offense has struggled to score in recent weeks. Drops and penalties have marred the offense. Also, he hasn’t gotten optimal protection has been pressured at a high rate.
The Jaguars’ offense will step up and Lawrence will have one of his best games of the season. He won’t score two touchdowns (he’s only thrown more than one in a game in Week 1) but he will lead a few scoring drives.