The three players to watch for in Jaguars second preseason game

Here are the three Jaguars players you should keep your eye on in their second preseason game.

Jan 9, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide offensive lineman Cam Robinson (74) in the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game against the Clemson Tigers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

In the last game against the Patriots, members of the Jaguars had great games and some not so much. Yes, it was the first preseason game and also the first NFL game for some but a lot of members of the Jaguars showed fans potential for this season. Although, there are players that need to improve or they could be finding a new team.

With the second game this Thursday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, this game with either be an improvement game or a build off of last game type of game for players. Which players three players do Jaguars fans need to pay attention to, whether it’s to improve from last game or excel again?


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Chris Ivory

Ivory falls into the category of needing to improve from the previous game. Only 20 rushing yards on six carries in the last game, Ivory will need to perform better against the Buccaneers. With the emergence of Corey Grant, Ivory could be in trouble of losing his roster spot for the season so Ivory will need step up his game if he wants to be apart of the Jaguars.

Corey Grant

Grant led the team in rushing yards last game against the Patriots with 120 yards off of 8 carries and also found himself in the endzone. Now that we know what Grant can do, coaches will be expecting him to keep going and keep growing. Grant had a great game against the Patriots who are a tough defense, whether it’s the first or second team getting the reps. This upcoming game against Tampa Bay is a game where Grant can keep showing us what he’s made of.

Cam Robinson

After the retirement of Branden Albert, Robinson was the projected starting left tackle and against the Patriots, he excelled at his position. He did very well on rushing plays and did not make a lot of mistakes in his first game. Even though some of his playing time was not against the starters, he still gives hope for fans. Robinson will be looking to keep going strong and claim the left tackle position as his for the Jaguars.

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