2. The Jaguars O-Line might not hold up in 2023
The Jaguars offensive line has undergone some important changes in the offseason. The biggest one may have been the departure of Jawaan Taylor in free agency. A four-year starter in Jacksonville, Taylor signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in free agency. To replace him, the Jags drafted Anton Harrison, who'll be making the transition to the right side after mostly lining up at left tackle at Oklahoma.
On the opposite side, left tackle Cam Robinson will be serving a four-game suspension for violating the league's PED policy. During his absence, Walker Little will take his place in the lineup. A 2021 second-round pick, Little has made eight starts (two in the playoffs) for the Jags over the last two seasons. It's uncertain from an outside perspective how the team's brass will handle the suspension but if Little fares well, he may not give the job back to Robinson.
Another question surrounding the Jaguars' offensive trenches is the left guard Ben Bartch's availability or lack thereof. The former St. John Johnny dislocated his knee last year and is still recovering, so he might not be ready for training camp. If he isn't, veteran Tyler Shatley, who's made 30 starts over the last three years, will line up at left guard, unless the coaching staff decides to go with third-year pro Cole Van Lanen or rookie Cooper Hodges.
Even if you leave sophomore center Luke Fornter and right guard Brandon Scherff aside, the Jags face a handful of questions surrounding the offensive line. The good news is that they seem to have the answers in place.