4. Jacksonville Jaguars
LT: Cam Robinson
LG: Andrew Norwell
C: Brandon Linder
RG: AJ Cann
RT: Jawaan Taylor
The Jags, without a question, have the weakest line in the division.
Barring something unforeseen, they look ready to trot out the same group as last year.
In 2019, Brandon Linder was the only player in the group to get positive marks. Every other starting lineman on the team got a 65 or lower grade from pff.
Tyler Shatley, Will Richardson, and rookie fourth-rounder Ben Bartch headline the reserves up front.
The Jags were a middle-of-the-pack rated pass blocking team last year, but one of the worst-rated run-blocking teams in the league.
I don’t see any way that changes this year. This is by no means the worst line in the league, but it is the worst in the division. I expect the Jags’ offense to struggle again in 2020.
Leonard Fournette probably won’t be getting happier anytime soon. And if the Jaguars don’t manage to win some games or improve on the line, it might not be crazy for Trevor Lawrence to make it known that he doesn’t want to go to a team that is going to get him killed.