2. Jaguars CB Darious Williams will have another pick-6 vs. the Bengals
With Tyson Campbell missing several bouts with a hamstring injury, fellow cornerback and Jacksonville native Darious Williams has been getting a bit of attention. The fact that he had an interception, one returned for a touchdown, early in the season also earned him a bit of recognition around the league.
Heading into Monday Night Football, Williams is leading the league in passes defensed with 13. However, he hasn't had a pick since Week 13. He'll get back on track, picking Jake Browning off and taking the interception back to the house.
1. Trevor Lawrence will throw for 300 yards, 4 TDs vs. the Bengals
If you take a close look at Trevor Lawrence this season, you'll see that he's playing the position at a high level. That said, he won't be part of the MVP conversation because his numbers don't pop off the stat sheet. Also, he got off to a bit of a slow start because the offensive line struggled to give him enough time to throw the ball.
That's changed in recent weeks. Specifically, Lawrence has gotten good protection the past two weeks, and that's been reflected in his outstanding play, completing 67.1 percent of his passes for 626 yards with three touchdowns and one pick against the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans.
Steezy Trev will be on a roll against the Bengals and will post his third 300-yard of the season. Not only that, he'll have his first four-touchdown game of the year on the biggest stage in NFL football.