4. Travon Walker, edge rusher
The Jaguars were heavily scrutinized for drafting Travon Walker first overall in last year's draft. It took him a while to hit his stride but the former Georgia Bulldog is proving that the decision to take him over fellow edge rusher Aidan Hutchinson wasn't necessarily misguided.
Against the Panthers, Walker registered two sacks and three total pressures. Josh Allen was the talk of the town after the game, and rightfully so, but he made sure to share the spotlight with Walker and shout him out when he met with the local media after the game.
When the Jaguars moved him to outside linebacker full-time in his rookie season, they knew Walker was going to need time to adjust to rushing the passer from a standup position. The move has paid off, as he now has nine sacks this season.
3. Cam Robinson, offensive line
The Jaguars' offensive line has gotten lots of flak this season and rightfully so. They haven't been able to protect Trevor Lawrence and they've struggled to open lanes in the running games. Against Carolina though, the group delivered. It helped that they got Cam Robinson back at left tackle.
Robinson was solid, giving up two total pressures, no sacks and posting a Pro Football Focus overall grade of 60.0. But his impact goes beyond the stat sheet. His nastiness and physicality were sorely missed during his four-week stay on Injured Reserve. In Week 17, he set the tone in the offensive trenches and his teammates followed suit.