2. Jaguars dud vs. the Bills in Week 5: Cam Robinson, LT
Having Cam Robinson back in the lineup after his four-game suspension to start the season was huge. However, it wasn't a flawless performance. Robinson was responsible for letting defensive end A.J. Epensa through on the Jaguars' last drive of the first half.
Epenesa forced Lawrence to fumble the ball and then proceeded to recover it. At the time, the Jags were on the Bills' 12-yard line and had a chance to score. Had they not turned the ball over, there's a chance they would've gone into halftime with at least three extra points.
In the Jaguars' first possession of the third quarter, Robinson was called for a false start. They ended up punting a few plays later but maybe the drive would've played differently if Robinson hadn't been flagged. Make no mistake, Jacksonville is a better team with Robinson in the fold but he certainly has room for improvement.
2. Jaguars stud vs. the Bills in Week 5: Calvin Ridley, WR
Wide receiver Calvin Ridley began the 2023 season with a bang, hauling in eight receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown in the opener. However, he cooled down the next two games. He kind of bounced back against the Atlanta Falcons (his touchdown reception was a thing of beauty) but it wasn't until Week 5 that he really put it all together.
Against the Bills, Ridley had arguably his best performance of the season, catching seven receptions for 133 yards. That one game against the Houston Texans in which he had two penalties and a couple of dropped passes feels like it happened ages ago.