2. AFC South power ranking Week 5: Jacksonville Jaguars (2-2)
Winning may or may not cure all of a team's woes but it's surely better than losing, right? In Week 4, the Jaguars ended a losing skid and got back to the win column. There were many things to like and a few that weren't nearly as good.
Trevor Lawrence keeps playing at a high level even if the stats don't reflect it. His deep ball is among the best in the league and he's ranked second by Pro Football Focus. While it's true that PFF scores are not the only way to measure a player's performance, they help. Moreover, you will be hard-pressed to find someone who thinks Lawrence is one of the issues the Jags need to address.
The offensive line, on the other hand, could play much better. Left guard Ben Bartch was ready for the opener but struggled the first three games. This led the coaching staff to bench him in favor of veteran Tyler Shatley. And in Week 5, Jacskonville could keep making changes.
Left tackle Cam Robinson is back in the fold after serving a four-game suspension to start the season. He has no experience playing other positions so he'll most likely get his old job back. In turn, Walker Little, who's executed at an absurd level could move to left guard.
But even if Robinson does give the offensive line a boost, beating the Buffalo Bills in Week 5 won't be an easy task. Buffalo ranks second in both points scored and allowed. Without a doubt they'll be one of the biggest challenges they'll face this season, so they'd better bring in their A game to Tottenham.