This claim is also based on T'hillim / Psalm 31 -- one of four claims on the list tied to that particular psalm.
Yet line 11 of this psalm speaks of the subject of the psalm sinning, and sinning big time. "For my life is spent in grief and my years in sighing; my strength has failed because of my בַּעֲוֹנִ֣י / b'avoni / iniquity (worse than sin), and my bones have decayed."
The answer to both questions is "no" -- ergo this psalm is not about Jesus.
The Hebrew word here is בַּעֲוֹנִ֣י -- this is more serious that the word translated as "sin." In Hebrew the word translated as "sin" in English is the word cheit / חטא and it means a “missing of the mark” -- a mistake -- a person tried to do the right thing and "missed." More serious than sin / cheit / חטא is an avon / עוון is an impulsive, lustful act -- a person couldn't control their urges.
An avon/ עוון (unless it falls under the אָשָׁם תָּלוּי / asham talui or or אָשָׁם גְּזֵל֣וֹת / asham g'zelot) cannot be rectified with a qorban (sacrifice).
Is Jesus a sinner -- worse than a sinner, a person who commits an avon/ עוון? If not, then drop this psalm from your "list" of prophecies about Jesus!
Line 14 of T'hillim / Psalm 31 (13 in Christian translations) says "For I heard the gossip of many, terror from all sides when they take counsel together against me; they plotted to take my soul."
So is hearing gossip plotting against oneself now a messianic prophecy??? Yet again the list maker is claiming "prophetic fulfillments" from statements in the T'nach which fit just about every human who ever lived. Have you ever had friends who ever gossiped about you -- and you found out about it?
If so, per the list maker, YOU are the messiah!
And what of the claimed "fulfillment" passage in John 11:53? It says "So from that day on they made plans to put him to death." -- but the psalm is speaking of people plotting and gossiping. Since when is plotting or gossiping a messianic prophecy (again -- fits nearly every human who ever lived)?
Line 14 of T'hillim / Psalm 31 isn't even speaking of the person being the subject of "plans to put him to death." No, the psalm is about the person HEARING gossip about people plotting against King David (the subject of the psalm). ..
Yet again we have King David writing about his own experiences -- which apply to many of us and the list maker taking a universal experience, ignoring the context (an all too human person who admits to sin) and telling the list reader that this is a messianic prophecy fulfilled by Jesus.