The Jacskonville Jaguars went through a rough stretch early in the season but they've bounced back and won four games in a row. The defense has certainly been the talk of the town but the offense has also done their part to ensure the Jags are in a position to win week in and week out.
To coaching staff certainly deserves credit for Jacksonville's recent success but they wouldn't be where they are if they weren't for its players. After all, there's only so much a coach can do, it's up to the players to deliver and these five most definitely have. In fact, they should have a realistic shot at making the Pro Bowl.
No. 5 Jaguars player with a chance to make the Pro Bowl in 2023: Brandon Scherff, RG
Right guard Brandon Scherff is no stranger to the Pro Bowl, having earned a selection five times, along with a First-Team All-Pro designation during his seven-year stint with the Washington Commanders. He joined the Jags in 2022 in managed to play every game, a feat he hadn't achieved since 2016. However, he also dealt with an abdomen injury throughout most of the offseason that hindered his performance.
Scherff was healthy to start the 2023 and it showed in his performance. It's true that he struggled against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2 but has otherwise played at a high level. In fact, he didn't allow a single pressure in Weeks 4 and 5. He's currently dealing with a knee injury but he still managed to play at a high level against the New Orleans Saints.