2. The Jaguars RB duo will get 150 yards on the ground
The Chargers have done a good job at stopping the run this year. After two weeks, they rank seventh in the league in rushing yards allowed and haven’t given up a single rushing touchdown. But that will change against the Jaguars.
The Colts made it difficult for Jacksonville to run the ball in Week 2 but they kept insisting and James Robinson eventually broke off a 37-yard run. The Jaguars will try to establish the run against the Chargers even if it doesn’t pay off early on because they know that it will eventually.
Robinson has averaged six yards per carry against the Washington Commanders in the opener and he will once again find success running the ball in Week 3. Travis Etienne will make the most of his opportunities too and the duo will combine for over 150 rushing yards.
1. Trevor Lawrence will throw 3 TDs and no INTs vs. the Chargers
In 19 NFL games, Trevor Lawrence has thrown two touchdowns and no interceptions two times and both came against the Colts. He’s only scored three passing touchdowns in his career once. And that day, against the Houston Texans, he also threw three interceptions.
Against the Colts in Week 2, Lawrence completed 83.3 percent of his passes. He will build off of his productive outing and will throw three touchdowns with no interceptions for the first time in his career against the Bolts. The fact that he will do it against a defense stacked with talent will make it even more impressive.