2. Will the Jaguars running game flourish vs. the Bills?
The Jaguars have trouble running the ball this season despite their repeated efforts. Currently, they rank 18th in rushing yards and even when they make an aggressive effort to establish the run, the returns are minimal. Take last week's outing for example.
The Jags, as a team, totaled 105 yards on 32 carries. While those aren't bad numbers per se, 42 of those yards came in a couple of scrambles by Trevor Lawrence. Remove those and Jacksonville mustered a measly 63 yards on 30 carries, good for 2.0 yards per carry.
Although the Jags deserve credit for not abandoning the run, it doesn't matter how many times they pound the ball if they're going to get minimal results. The good news is that the Jags are getting Cam Robinson back, as previously noted. While not an All-Pro talent, Robinson excels in run blocking. Add Walker Little's move to left guard and the Jaguars should be able to do a better job of running the ball.
Another thing working in the Jags' favor is that the Bills are vulnerable to the run. It's true that Buffalo ranks second in both points allowed and total yards but they give up 6.2 yards per carry, the worst figure in the league. On top of that, they've allowed 100 yards or more in the last three games.
If the Jaguars want to resurrect their running game, one that resembles the 2022 version, this is the time.