3 Jaguars that Chargers fans should worry the most about in Week 3

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The LA Chargers host the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 3 in a game that could be ugly for the Bolts. There are several key players that might not play in this game, including quarterback Justin Herbert, who is listed as questionable.

If Herbert does not play then it is hard to see the Bolts winning this game. It would have to be an absolutely perfectly executed game that sees the defense step up and even score some points of their own. An offense with Chase Daniel, potentially without Keenan Allen, Corey Linsley and Trey Pipkins, is ugly.

The Jaguars aren't getting the respect they deserve from Chargers fans, who think this is the same team that finished with the worst record in the league last season. That is not the case. This is a much better team and there are certain players that must be respected.

Here are the 3 Jaguars that Chargers fans should worry the most about:

1. Trevor Lawrence

There is some serious disrespect for Trevor Lawrence heading into this game. While Lawrence is not an elite quarterback like Justin Herbert, the idea that the Jaguars' offense won't be able to do a single thing against the Chargers is a bit disrespectful.

Don't get me wrong, the Chargers have a lot of playmakers on defense and this defense is the real deal. But even the best defenses allow points to be scored and the Jaguars have a quarterback in Lawrence that is not going to self-destruct.

Lawrence has already looked much better in his second season with the stink of Urban Meyer quickly fading away. Doug Pederson has done a really good job of putting him in a position to succeed and Lawrence has made plays when he has needed to this season.

Don't assume that this Chargers defense is just going to bowl over Lawrence and the Jaguars.