4. The Jaguars will keep Titans QB Will Levis under 200 yards, 0 TDs
An ankle injury to Ryan Tannehill paved the way for rookie Will Levis to start in Week 8. He did well in his NFL debut but hasn't been nearly as effective the last two games, throwing two interceptions and no touchdowns the last two games. Then again, Levis is still learning the ropes, so this inconsistency is to be expected.
That said, the Jaguars' defense will take advantage of Levis' inexperience. Not only will they pick him off twice, but they'll also keep him under 200 yards. The pass rush duo of Josh Allen and Travon Walker will make sure that the rookie quarterback gets rattled on every single play, which will lead him to make mistakes.
3. The Jaguars will limit Derrick Henry to less than 50 yards on the ground
Even though the Titans lost to the Jaguars twice last year, ageless wonder Derrick Henry still proved he had some gas left in the tank, tallying more than 100 yards in each of the two encounters between these division foes. This season though, King Henry hasn't been nearly as effective, averaging just 69.4 yards per game.
While those aren't necessarily bad numbers, they aren't on par with the ones Henry used to post in his prime. In fact, he's only had two 100+ yard games. Granted, the Titans have struggled to get the running game going but his wear and tear has started to show.
Leaving aside the 49ers game, the Jaguars have done a good job of stopping the run and it won't be any different against Henry, whom they'll keep under 50 rushing yards.