B/R Consensus Pick: Cardinals (12-0)
Schottey: Cardinals, 23-10
Can the Jaguars make it two in a row? No, not against this Cardinals defense.
Bowen: Cardinals, 20-16
The Cardinals will lean on their defense versus the Jags to close this one out late for their sixth win of the season.
Schalter: Cardinals, 24-17
Bask in the glow this week, Jaguars fans, because the Cardinals defense will put a stop to your team's winning "streak."
Freeman: Cardinals, 35-10
The Arizona D will keep the Jags at one win.
Miller: Cardinals, 30-10
The Arizona defense has stepped up over the last few weeks, and when facing an opponent like Chad Henne, that makes all the difference.
Frenz: Cardinals, 27-12
It took Jacksonville 10 weeks to win one game, so it's easy to doubt its ability to win two straight, especially against a Cardinals defense that's among the most underrated units in the league. Look for Bruce Arians' vertical attack to get going early against a suspect pair of Jaguars safeties in John Cyprien and Josh Evans.
Hangst: Cardinals, 21-13
What the Cardinals lack on offense, they make up for on defense, which means a tough go of things for the Jaguars on Sunday. Jacksonville cannot run the ball well, which means plenty of opportunities for Arizona's football-hungry secondary.
Hansen: Cardinals, 24-13
I've said for a while now—the Jaguars would win one even though no one in their right mind would predict it. That's happened now, but it's not going to happen again. The Cardinals also may be starting to find their groove.
Bardeen: Cardinals, 24-13
Don't get crazy just because Jacksonville finally broke into the win column. The Jaguars are still a mostly broken franchise. Arizona will send them back to their losing ways.
Gagnon: Cardinals, 23-20
The Jaguars got their win. Now it's back to reality against a much better Arizona defense. This might remain close, though, because the Jags are at home with nothing to lose and Arizona still has some issues with turnovers on offense.
Langland: Cardinals, 31-14
After two straight victories, the Cardinals are right back in playoff contention with a tough schedule down the stretch. They need this road game in Jacksonville with six additional games left to play. Will we see three NFC West teams in the playoffs?
Kruse: Cardinals, 30-17
Jacksonville's winning streak won't get to two. The Cardinals will consistently attack with the front seven and make life difficult for the Jaguars offense.