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Ever since coming off his four-game suspension, wide receiver Justin Blackmon has been on an absolute tear for the Jaguars.
Bringing a sense of stability to a terrible offense, Blackmon has racked up 19 receptions for 326 yards and one touchdown on a whopping 29 targets. And Blackmon should be able to continue his trend of dominance against the San Diego Chargers in Week 7.
There's a few reasons to expect another big from the second-year wideout.
For starters, Blackmon is the focal point of Jacksonville's passing attack. When you put on the film, you begin to understand why.
Outside of his superior physical ability, Blackmon is an very efficient route-runner. Throughout the entire game against the Denver Broncos, Blackmon generated lots of open space by using his body to absorb press coverage and change directions.
Another reason why you should expect a big performance out of Blackmon is he's facing a soft San Diego Chargers secondary. Don't let its Week 6 performance against the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck fool you, this Chargers defense has a tough time stopping the pass.
According to ProFootballFocuss metrics, the Chargers have the worst pass defense in the NFL. Sporting a horrible -30.2 grade, it shouldn't be too tall of a task for Blackmon to shred this San Diego secondary.