I take it you are getting problems when wired directly into the Hub and are not using third party equipment like switches and powerline adapters. It is also worth trying a different ethernet cable just to rule out the one you are using isn't going bad.
The stats are generally fine, but I would reset the RS counters and reboot the Hub and keep an eye on them for a rapid rise in errors over a short space of time.
There is also a clutch of T3 errors in a short space of time on the 17th, this would suggest a blip on your upstream.
I would start a Broadband Quality Monitor to get a more detailed picture on how your connection is performing. You will need to enable Respond to ICMP Echo Requests in the Advanced Settings > Tools > Ping section of the Hub's GUI.
It could be, as it is shared bandwidth and if you are saturating the connection which does not leave much room for anything else. (especially on the upload which may be governed by traffic management, depending on package and time)
The acid test would be to observe the BQM during downloads and after.