Jaguars OLB Josh Allen wreaks havoc vs. the Buccaneers: 5 predictions for Week 16

• The Jaguars could play the Bucs without Trevor Lawrence

• Josh Allen and other players will need to show out

• Here are 5 predictions for the bout, one including Allen

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8), center, is called for intentional grounding as
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8), center, is called for intentional grounding as / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA
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4. Calvin Ridley will register 150 yards, 10 receptions vs. the Bucaneers

It's sink or swim for the Jaguars. While they won't be eliminated from playoff contention if they lose to the Buccaneers, they're chances of qualifying will decrease considerably. Players know what's a stake and will show out at Raymond James Stadium.

The Jags will probably be without Zay Jones, who's questionable for the game with a groin injury. Christian Kirk is also on Injured Reserve so Calvin Ridley will need to step up. Ridley has performed at a high level for the Jags but he's also disappeared at times. He'll be a game-changer the rest of the way and will start by hauling in 150 yards and one touchdown in Week 16.

3. Tyson Campbell and Andre Cisco will have an interception each

While Trevor Lawrence's for the game remains up in the air, head coach Doug Pederson is optimistic that cornerback Tyson Campbell, and safety Andre Cisco, along with tight end Brenton Strange will suit up. In particular, having Campbell and Cisco back in the secondary will aid in the effort to slow down Baker Mayfield.

Campbell has been dealing with a groin injury the past two weeks but he's an upgrade over sophomore Montaric Brown, who's flashed but also struggled during Campbell's absence. Cisco also gives the Jaguars' defensive backfield a ballhawk and an enforcer that will limit big plays.