No. 3 Jaguars winner from the loss to the 49ers in Week 10: Brandon McManus, K
On a day in which the Jaguars couldn't get anything going on offense, Brandon McManus did his job and completed his sole field goal of Week 10. While kickers don't often get the spotlight or the recognition they deserve, McManus deserves credit for scoring the only three points the Jaguars had against the 49ers.
Although McManus missed a couple of attempts in Week 2, he's bounce back nicely. Since then, he's connected every single kick he's made, including four of 50+ yards. His field goal in Week 10 wasn't enough to get the Jaguars on top but he still managed to deliver when called up, something many of his teammates failed to do.
No. 2 Jaguars stud from the loss to the 49ers in Week 10: Foyesade Oluokun, LB
The Jaguars did a good job of slowing down running back Christian McCaffrey in the first half. One big reason was the presence of linebacker Foyesade Oluokun, who was all over the field containing the 49ers running game. On the other hand, he like most of his teammates had a hard time stopping the pass. That said, Oluokun registered a couple of sacks, the first two he's posted this season. Furthermore, he registered nine total tackles, including three for a loss.
No. 1 Jaguars stud from the loss to the 49ers in Week 10: Travon Walker, OLB
Travon Walker has made strides in Year 2 and in Week 10, he was consistently applying pressure at the line of scrimmage. He didn't record a sack but he usually around the football. Also, he should've been credited for a sack of Bruck Purdy. On the bright side, Purdy got called for intentional grounding, and that should account for something on a day in which not many things went right for the Jaguars.