Jaguars: Three Players who must improve in 2020
The fourth-year left tackle was better in 2019, but he still had issues blocking bigger, quicker defensive ends this past season.
Cam Robinson may still be an offseason away from being completely healed from an ACL injury he suffered in 2018, but the Jaguars cannot wait to see if he is still the answer on the offensive line. Quarterbacks were dropped 42 times in 2019, which is 11 less than in 2018. Still, this was a healthy unit that could not make a true dent in moving opposing defenses around to help the passing game.
Robinson may have been the weakest link. The right side of the line, with rookie right tackle Jawaan Taylor playing every snap last season is an indication the Jaguars need Robinson to come to camp and show he is ready to play with more passion and determination, or he will be replaced in the starting lineup.
Depth on the offensive line is also a concern, which means the Jaguars should invest free agent money in finding two veterans to make the roster and at least one lineman early in the NFL Draft to fill these holes.