Revisited game-by-game analysis of Jaguars remaining 2023 schedule after win vs Bills

• The Jaguars are 3-2 after beating the Bills in London

• They're building momentum ahead of Week 6

• Here's an revisited prediction of their 2023 schedule

Oct 8, 2023; London, United Kingdom;  Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. (1) jumps
Oct 8, 2023; London, United Kingdom; Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. (1) jumps / Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports
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Revisited predictions for the Jaguars 2023 schedule: Week 14 @ Browns

Deshaun Watson was one of the best quarterbacks in the league early in his career. But then, he got into a dispute with the Houston Texans and was eventually traded to the Cleveland Browns. Looking back, his first year in Cleveland didn't probably go as planned. He served a suspension to start the season and wasn't particularly efficient when he got on the field.

This was understandable when you take into account that Watson had last played in 2020. However, he's continued to struggle in Year 2 of his stint with the browns and has run out of excuses. The silver lining is that the defense has kept Cleveland afloat but unless Watson turns the corner, they won't do much of note this year.

Jaguars win (9-4)

Revisited predictions for Jaguars 2023 schedule: Week 15 vs. Ravens

The Jaguars beat the Baltimore Ravens last season and the win was one of the most meaningful ones. Trailing 19-10 in the fourth quarterback, Jacksonville found a way to come back and win the game on a two-point conversion by wide receiver Zay Jones.

This offseason, the Ravens made a key change. They gave offensive coordinator Greg Roman the boot and brought in Todd Monken to take his place. So far, the decision has paid off and Lamar Jackson has looked much better than he has in recent years. Right now, Baltimore ranks 12th in points scored and third in points allowed. Even though this matchup will be at EverBank, the Jags will have a hard time coming up with the win.

Jaguars lose (9-5)