Found September 14, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:

After a disappointing loss to the Minnesota Vikings last Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars face a tough task in the Houston Texans this week. The Texans were the only team to win in the division last week and a win for the Jags means leading the division. Losing and it means two games back and facing a tough road up. Defensive lapses this time around, won’t cut it. The Jaguars defensive unit last year was ranked 6th in the league and they didn’t lose anyone to free agency and added some.  Essentially the same defense this year as last year. The collapse with 14 seconds in Minnesota is something they were not used too.… Read more

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