What Jacksonville Jaguars players are on track to make the Pro Bowl this season?

• The Jaguars should be able to send a few of their players to the Pro Bowl in 2023

• A couple of them are no-brainers, other may have a harder time getting the nod

Oct 1, 2023; London, United Kingdom;  Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Josh Allen (41) leaves the
Oct 1, 2023; London, United Kingdom; Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Josh Allen (41) leaves the / Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports
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Long shots

Trevor Lawrence, Christian Kirk, Darious Williams

Trevor Lawrence is the Jaguars' 2023 MVP. The third-year quarterback has taken his game to the next level, often making quick decisions and placing the ball at the right spot, where only his receivers can get him.

While Lawrence didn't always get good protection early in the season, he's barely been pressured the past two weeks. He's made the most of his chances, completing 67.1 percent of his chances for 626 yards with three passing touchdowns, three rushing touchdowns, and one interception the past two weeks. However, he doesn't probably have the stats to get a Pro Bowl berth. Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert, and Tua Tagovailoa, due to name recognition, have a better chance of making the cut.

Christian Kirk is also facing a steep hill to climb to make the Pro Bowl. He doesn't rank in the top 20 of receiving yards or catches entering Week 13. He's trailing receivers such as Tyreek Hill, Stefon Diggs, and Keenan Allen. Simply, it's hard to see Kirk catching his colleagues up.

Cornerback Darious Williams, for his part, seemed like a candidate to make the Pro Bowl early in the season when he recorded an interception in three straight games, including one returned for a touchdown. However, his candidacy has cooled down in recent weeks. Playing in the same conference as Jalen Ramsey, Saucer Gardner, and D.J. Reed also hurts Williams' chances.

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