The Jaguars hosted their annual team scrimmage last night after seven days of training camp practice, putting on a show for 27,352 fans at EverBank Field.
Some players shined, such as Allen Robinson and Dante Fowler Jr., whereas some players didn't.
So, who are three players who need to bounce back and perform well in the preseason in order to make the 53 man roster?
Myers was often criticized last season for missing seven extra point attempts last year, but the team has seemed confident that he would progress well and refused to go after any free agent kickers or draft a kicker during the offseason -- the job seemed to be Myers' to lose.
However, the team brought in Sam Ficken as a camp leg, and he has actually stood out a bit, whereas Myers has had a rough start in training camp and the scrimmage. He came close to missing an extra point and missed a long field goal last night.
Ficken, however, hit a 53 yard field goal with ease and looked great on kickoffs last night. Ficken is certainly making a name for himself here and is only making Myers roster spot harder for him to hold on to.
Considering that Myers had a higher field goal percentage than extra point percentage last year, Myers really needs to put on a show this preseason to remain the starting kicker. But, if Ficken can continue to have a great preseason and if Myers continues to struggle, Myers may be unseated from his starting position.
The bubble tight ends
The top two roster spots at tight end belong to Julius Thomas and Marcedes Lewis, but the 1-2 spots behind them are currently an unknown.
So far, Nic Jacobs and Ben Koyack have been horrible, and only looked worse last night. Both guys have had bad drops throughout camp and continued that trend at the scrimmage.
Heading into camp, the thought was Jacobs and Koyack would make the team, but Neal Sterling and Braedon Bowman have looked impressive in camp, especially Bowman.
I would bet Bowman gets the third spot, and if Jacobs and Koyack can't pull it together in the preseason, Sterling might nab the fourth spot at tight end.
Wells has been the first team left tackle while Kelvin Beachum has been held out as a precaution to keep him from aggravating his knee. In Beachum's absence, Wells has looked very bad.
Wells has been Dante Fowler Jr.'s toy during camp, and he continued to get abused by Fowler last night during the scrimmage, allowing tons of pressure and at least one sack.
The left side of the offensive line is a huge question mark with Beachum still recovering from his ACL tear and Luke Joeckel looking like the starter at left guard. Considering these factors, the offensive line is in need of valuable depth. If Wells continues to perform as he did last night and has throughout camp, well, I'd consider him to be anything but "valuable depth", and he probably won't make the final 53 man roster.