Not missing practice is a good sign that Bortles shouldn't be hindered this weekend. The second-year signal-caller has been fantastic in his last several outings. Sunday he completed 23 of 33 passes for 303 yards, four touchdowns, an interception and drove a Jags offense that got little aid from the ground game.
With the quarterback's shoulder not 100 percent, however, the Jags' offensive line will need to improve after giving up six sacks last week. Facing J.J. Watt is never a fun experience. Trying to block him after the Defensive Player of the Year was shut out in Week 5, and is likely stewing, will be a monstrous task for the group Sunday.