No. 2 Jaguars player who must stand out vs. the Falcons: Josh Allen
The Jaguars' pass rush was unstoppable in Week 1. Outside linebacker Josh Allen led the way with three sacks and five total pressures. However, he hasn't been as productive the last two weeks. While he had one sack and four pressures against the Chiefs, he didn't log a sack against the Texans.
Granted, Allen did have three pressures in Week 3 but he didn't make enough big plays to tip the scale in Jacksonville's favor. The Jags couldn't get to C.J. Stroud even once in the loss to the Texans. Allen will need to do a better job of rushing the passer in Week 4 if the defense wants to stymie the Falcons passing game.
No. 1 Jaguars player who must stand out vs. the Falcons: Ben Bartch, OG
There's no way to sugarcoat it: The Jaguars offensive line has underperformed the last two weeks, whether it's giving Trevor Lawrence enough time to throw or paving the way for running back Travis Etienne on the ground. In particular, left guard Ben Bartch has left a bit to be desired.
Against the Texans, Bartch struggled to hold his blocks and was consistently beaten. His Pro Football Grade of 59.6 was one of the lowest among Jaguars players in Week 3. He's now set to face defensive tackle Grady Jarrett and unless he plays much better, he'll have a hard time containing him.