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6 bold predictions for Jaguars vs. Dolphins

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The Jacksonville Jaguars (4-10) are bad on the road.

The Miami Dolphins (7-7) are good at home.

Happy Sunday!

Before the game begins, we wanted to ask the Big Cat Country team (and you!) a simple question:

“How will the Jaguars do against the Bills today?”

Alfie Crow (@AlfieBCC)

At this point, hopefully the Jaguars lose. A win here doesn’t do much for you, but there’s a chance you can move up in the draft.

Dolphins win 17-6

Ryan Day (@ryaneatscake)

I don’t even think we’ll score a touchdown, honestly.

Dolphins win 23-6

Jon Kurland (@BCBCouch)

The Jaguars lost to Josh Johnson a week ago. A toddler taking their first steps gets more yards per carry than Leonard Fournette. How does this not end terribly?

Dolphins win 20-6

Ryan O’Bleness (@ryanobleness)

I think the Jacksonville defense will keep Miami’s offense at bay for the majority of the game, but once again the Jaguars simply won’t be able to muster enough points on offense to compete. I expect something like 13-10, boring game going into the fourth quarter and then Miami kicking a couple of field goals to widen its lead before the final whistle. Jacksonville’s lone touchdown will probably be of the defensive variety because I have zero faith that Cody Kessler can get his team into the end zone. Jacksonville’s miserable season continues with another loss.

Dolphins win 19-10

Brian Fullford (@iambwf)

Treat these next two games as if they are preseason tilts and you’ll manage your emotions much better. Stop being bothered by the production of a third string offense. Enjoy your family and friends.

My bold prediction is Yannick ends the game with double digit sacks for the season.

Dolphins win 19-9

Filip Prus (@JaxonFil)

The Dolphins are the much better team and it’s going to be extremely difficult for this makeshift Jaguars offense to score more than 10, maybe 13 points this week on the road. Let’s just hope for no long-term injuries that can linger into the 2019 season (dodged a bullet with Ronnie Harrison last week) and some promising flashes from the young developmental players.

Dolphins win 24-10

What do you think? Got any predictions? What do you think the final score will be? Let us know in the comments below!