These 5 Jacksonville Jaguars will keep things interesting in 2020

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2. player. 52. . . . DJ Chark, wide receiver

Wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr‘s play has been uneven in 2020. He caught in seven receptions for 146 yards and a touchdown pass against the Houston Texans in Week 9, but that has been the only time this season that he has surpassed the 100-yard. Also, he’s only had more than 80 yards three times this year.

Some Chark’s lack of production has to do with the Jaguars’ less-than-stellar quarterback situation, so it’s not as if the three-year wideout has lost a step. Keep in mind that he hauled in 73 receptions for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns in 2019. The talent is still there and if the team still wants to see him thrive, it needs to fix its quarterback situation.

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52. . . . James Robinson, running back. 1. player

Even though the Jaguars offense struggles as a whole, James Robinson still shines. The rookie running back is coming off his third 100-yard game of the season has validated the organization’s decision to part ways with Leonard Fournette before the 2020 season started.

Against the Green Bay Packers, Robinson tallied 23 carries for 109 yards and a 4.7 average. Although he only hauled in two passes for three yards in the same game, he’s shown he’s efficient catching the ball two. While earning All-Pro honors in his rookie season may be a tall order, he should definitely get Pro Bowl consideration in 2020.