This is how the Jaguars will use Cam Robinson this week in London

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are a 2-2 football team. They had a good game in week one but then fell off for two straight losses. They bounced back when they made the trip out to London to play the Atlanta Falcons there. It was an awesome game for Jacksonville as they got back to .500.

The intersting thing is they are in London for a second straight week. This time, they are going to play against the Buffalo Bills. This is a much tougher matchup as the Bills are a significantly better team than the Falcons. The Jaguars see this is a big opportunity to get a huge win.

This weekend, the Jaguars are going to be getting a big boost. Cam Robinson is going to return to the lineup after serving a four-week suspension. He was suspended for violating the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy. Obviously, that is a very tough mistake to see him make.

With that in mind, he has a chance to redeem himself. It is going to take a long time for fans to accept him back but there isn't really much of a doubt that he is going to help the team.

The Jaguars are hoping that Cam Robinson can give them a big boost.

Robinson practiced all week and it looks like he is going to get back to his normal position of left guard right away. That is one of the three most important positions on the football field and the Jaguars are certainly happy to be getting a good one back.

Walker Little replaced Robinson during this suspension but he won't be coming out of the lineup. Although Robinson is returning, they are going to move Little to left guard. That will be his starting position against the Bills in this second London game.

Trevor Lawrence's protection just got a little bit better with this addition. It is a shame that he made this mistake and had to miss the first four games but that is the past now. Everyone needs to move on and work on getting better. This team is too good to waste and now Robinson makes them even better going forward.