2. Walker Little
Offensive tackle Walker Little arguably had his worst outing of the season against the Ravens. The former Stanford Cardinal has usually fared well at left tackle but he was underwhelming on Sunday Night Football, giving up eight total pressures. It's true that he was dealing with a hamstring injury but the Jags didn't have any other choices with Ezra Cleveland returning to his more familiar left guard spot.
Little wasn't much better in run blocking, posting a 43.6 Pro Football Focus grade. Trevor Lawrence ended up being sacked just once in the loss but he was constantly pressured, which led to one of his worst performances of the season. The whole offensive line should be under scrutiny, and Little is not exempt.
1. Trevor Lawrence
Trevor Lawrence entered concussion protocol after the game when he reported symptoms to the training staff. He played all game, so it's hard to know with certainty when he suffered the concussion. One thing is certain, this was one of his worst performances of the year, completing just 58.1 percent of his passes for 264 yards with one touchdown and no interception.
Lawrence routinely made mistakes, including missing a wide open Travis Etienne who could've gotten the Jaguars into the Ravens' red zone.
This doesn't mean that Lawrence is suddenly a bust. He's previously shown he can raise his game to an absurd level. However, he's prone to have poor performances every now and then, just like any player would do. And like any other player, Steezy Trev isn't exempt from constructive criticism. Moreover, he had a few nice throws including the one that Jamal Agnew caught for a 65-yard touchdown pass.