4. Evan Engram will get 100+ yards, 10+ receptions vs. the Ravens
One of the biggest storylines surrounding the Ravens ahead of Sunday Night is the status of safety Kyle Hamilton, one of the top defenders in the NFL right now. Hamilton got the questionable tag for the game but he's trending toward playing. But with or without him, the Jags will get tight end Evan Engram involved early on.
Engram has been one of the team's bright spots the past two games, hauling in 20 receptions for 177 yards with three touchdowns. Expect offensive coordinator Press Taylor to stick to the formula and craft a game plan that makes Engram the focal point against the Ravens.
3. Josh Allen will get 1 sack to tie Calais Campbell while Trevon Walker gets 2
Outside linebacker Josh Allen is enjoying a career year but he's coming off a quiet outing, registering no sacks and posting four total pressures. Not necessarily bad numbers but not the ones you expect from one of the top pass rushers in the league, an exclusive club Allen has been trying to join.
Allen will bounce back against the Ravens, consistently bringing the heat and tallying a sack. He'll line up against left tackle Ronney Stanley for most of the game, but in an effort to contain him, Baltimore will send help Stanley's way. This will leave sophomore Travon Walker in one-on-one situations throughout the game. He'll take advantage of them by getting two sacks, increasing his tally for the year to seven.