3. Will the Jaguars pass rush Josh Allen and Travon Walker bring the heat vs. the Titans?
Left tackle Andre Dillard has been ruled out for the game. But even when he's played he's been a liability in pass protection. Either way, outside linebacker Josh Allen will have a favorable matchup, since he usually lines up on the right side, leaving him against the left tackle.
Allen is having a career year. Heading into Week 11, he's 10th among pass rushers and seventh in win-rate. Sophomore Travon Walker has also made strides, ranking 31st in pressures and 60th in win rate. On a similar note, right guard Daniel Brunskill is listed as questionable, so the Jaguars should have plenty of opportunities to bring the heat Sunday. It will be up to them to seize them.
2. Can the Jacksonville Jaguars offense avoid turning the ball over?
Turnovers, especially in the red zone, have plagued the Jaguars offense this season. It's one thing to stall out and a whole other failing to score and gifting the ball to the opposing team. Heading into Week 11, they rank 30th in the league with 17 turnovers, five short of the 22 they had in 2022. Also, their four turnovers in the red zone lead the league.
Simply, players must do a better job of making good decisions and not turning the ball over, something Trevor Lawrence acknowledged when he met with the local media Wednesday.
Similarly, Christian Kirk, who's had two fumbles in the last three games, talked about the importance of holding onto the football. If they don't want to overcomplicate things against the Titans, that's precisely what they'll need to do.