These three Jaguars could help the team win their second game of the year.
3. K’Lavon Chaisson, defensive end
Early in the 2020 season, defensive end K’Lavon Chaisson was having a hard time generating pressure at the line of scrimmage. In fact, there were games where he didn’t get much playing time due to his lack of production.
Nevertheless, Chaisson has gained steam and has recently been pretty productive upfront. Even though he hasn’t registered a sack, he’s logged 18 pressures in the last six games. Based on how he’s been playing, don’t surprised if he gets a couple of quarterack takedowns in the season finale.
2. Dare Ogunbowale, running back
With rookie superstar James Robinson out for Week 17, it will be up to running back Dare Ogunbowale to pick up some of the slack. Against the Chicago Bears in Week 16, the Wisconsin standout ran the ball 14 times for 71 yards and averaged 5.0 yards per carry.
If the Jaguars want to have a balanced gameplan, offensive coordinator Jay Gruden needs to get Ogunbowale involved early in the game.
1. Mike Glennon, quarterback
Before the season started, it’s unlikely the Jaguars foresaw quarterback Mike Glennon starting the season finale. At the time, Gardner Minshew II was coming off a solid rookie campaign. However, the Washington State product faltered and so did rookie Jake Luton when he was given a chance to stand out.
Glennon will be making his fifth start of the year against the Colts, and although he may not be back in Jacksonville next season, he will want to perform at a high level if he wants his NFL career to go on beyond this season. In 2020, he’s 85-of-137 for 811 yards, five touchdowns, and five interceptions.