2. Jaguars RT Anton Harrison will have a chance to make strides in Week 3
Some players need more than others when adjusting to the NFL. In Anton Harrison's case, he's also had to get acclimated to playing right tackle after mostly lining up on the left side at Oklahoma. Not surprisingly, the rookie is having growing pains.
Harrison has allowed three sacks the past two games and has struggled in the running game. However, the Jags aren't pushing the panic button just yet. In fact, they're fully behind their right tackle. Just recently, Gene Frenette of The Florida Times-Union wrote that there is nobody in the building who doubts about their right tackle.
Offensive coordinator Press Taylor said the team should've done a better job of helping Harrison when he went against defensive tackle Chris Jones in Week 2. Similarly, he got an endorsement from Jones himself following the game.
This isn't a case of a team shielding one of their players from criticism and placing him in an isolation bubble. Rather, the Jaguars know that Harrison needs time to develop.
Harrison, for his part, can't dwell in the past. He needs to take the last two games in stride and not overthink things. The last thing he should do is trying to avoid making mistakes. He's got the tools and the talent to succeed. He now needs to trust himself and keep doing what he's done to get where he's at. After all, he wasn't drafted 27th overall by mistake and he'll have a chance to take a step forward against the Texans.