The Jaguars still have a few tough games left on their schedule
Week 10 vs. Kansas City Chiefs, Loss
There are always a few surprising moves in the offseason and this year was the trade of wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. It was fair to wonder how the Kansas City Chiefs would fare without the six-time Pro Bowl selection, but their offense hasn’t missed a beat and currently lead the NFL in points scored.
Hill is also enjoying success catching passes from Tua Tagovailoa, so you could argue that this was a win-win situation for both Kansas City and the All-Pro wide receiver. Even though Josh Allen and Jalen Hurts have gotten a bigger of the spotlight this season, Patrick Mahomes is still his usual self, which means that he’s still among the top 3 quarterbacks in the league.
This makes it difficult to see the Jaguars coming out of Arrowhead Stadium with a win in Week 10.
Week 11 Bye: The Jaguars take a well-deserved break and get ready to finish the season strong.
Week 12 vs. Baltimore Ravens, Loss
Even after taking a break, the Jags will fail to beat a Baltimore Ravens team that had trouble holding onto leads early in the season but has found ways to seal the deal. The Ravens have won three of the last four games and seem poised to make a playoff push in a weakened AFC North.
Lamar Jackson is playing at an MVP level but it’s hard to see him getting the award again with Josh Allen performing at a ridiculous level. What’s even more impressive is that Baltimore’s wide receiver corps leave much to be desired. Still, it should be good enough to dispatch the Jaguars in Week 12.