No. 2 Jaguars player whose stock is up after the win vs. the Titans: Calvin Ridley
Wide receiver Calvin Ridley has consistently shown that being more than one year away from football didn't affect him. That said, he hasn't probably had the impact the Jacksonville Jaguars expected when they traded for him last year. Sure, he's drawn more pass interference calls in his favor than any other receiver in the league with seven, and his presence draws coverage away from his teammates. But the production hasn't always been there this season.
In Week 11 though, Ridley proved he can take over games, hauling in seven receptions for 103 yards with two touchdown receptions. He now has three 100-yard games this season. He should have a favorable shot to reach the 1,000-yard mark if he keeps having games like the one against the Titans.
No. 1 Jaguars player whose stock is up after the win vs. the Titans: Trevor Lawrence, QB
Chris Broussard of FS1 wasted no time, and right after the Jaguars lost to the Niners, he got into his soapbox to tell everyone who listened to him that they were pretenders and Trevor Lawrence was a fraud. Jokes aside, Broussard has been one of Lawrence's biggest critics but he won't have much ammo after his performance in Week 11.
Lawrence completed 75 percent of his passes for 262 yards with two passing touchdowns, no interceptions, and two rushing touchdowns. More importantly, he showed what he's capable of doing when he's healthy — he still wasn't 100 percent from the injury he suffered in Week 6 — and gets good protection (zero sacks vs. the Titans).
If the offensive line can once again keep Trevor Lawrence protected, the Jacksonville Jaguars should be able to begin a winning streak when they face the Houston Texans in Week 12.