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2012 Record: 2-142012 DownfallNo Pressure on DefenseIf Gus Bradley can do for the Jaguars' defense what he did in Seattle, he'll be Coach of the Year for 2013, without question.The Jaguars were the worst defense in the league at finishing pass plays with a sack or a pick; a measly 5.77 percent success rate.The Jaguars were dead last in sacks in 2012, finishing the year with 20 as a team. That total is five behind the second lowest total (Oakland), and half a sack worse than J.J. Watt as an individual.Jacksonville also had the fifth-worst third down percentage on defense, allowing opponents to convert 41.4 percent of the time. This lack of pressure, and lack of ability to make a timely stop, made it easy for opponents to score 27.8 PPG on them, fourth highest in the league. No opponent scored less than 17 points against them.Offense Puts Pressure on Own DefenseMaybe it isn't entirely the defense's fault. A lot of accountability goes to the offense, which was piloted b...
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