Jaguars WR Allen Hurns is making this roster. OK, we realistically have been learning this all through training camp, but seven receptions for 113 yards? A touchdown reception in the third quarter? It doesn’t matter the quarterback and it doesn’t matter the circumstance: Hurns makes plays. He has been consistent and reliable. As a result, he not only has played his way into a roster spot, he’s going to be hard to keep off the field.
It wouldn't be shocking if Hurns played his way into a WR3 or WR4 role as the Jaguars are lacking playmakers in the passing game. He stands 6'3" and continues to make plays in the preseason. The Florida Times-Union even suggested he might start opposite Cecil Shorts in Week 1.