The Jacksonville Jaguars have gotten less-than-ideal production from their offensive line. The good news is that reinforcements are in the way. Cam Robinson, who served a four-game suspension to start the season, returned to the team and is set to play against the Buffalo Bills in Week 5.
With Robinson back in the fold, the coaching staff can move Walker Little — one of the most efficient left tackles this season — to left guard, a position that has been a weakness in previous weeks. It's true that Little has never lined up inside in the NFL. Then again, he got reps in training camp, so it won't necessarily be uncharted waters for the former Stanford Cardinal.
On top of that, the Jaguars wouldn't be making the move if they weren't comfortable about his skills. With that in mind, here are five players who must show out against the Bills.
No. 5 Jaguars player who must shine vs. the Bills: Cam Robinson, LT
Cam Robinson has never been a Pro Bowl left tackle but he gets the job done. He's a mauler who should allow the offensive line to open lanes for the running game. That said, he hasn't played since last year, when he suffered a meniscus injury to end the 2022 season. This means that he could be rusty.
On the other hand, Doug Pederson said that Robinson had a good week of practice. Also, he should be more motivated than ever to perform at a high level following his suspension for violations to the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy. Also, he emerged as a leader of the offensive line last year, so his presence should give his teammates a confidence boost.