Jacksonville Jaguars defensive coordinator Joe Cullen made a major scheme adjustment halfway through the season: after his Baltimore-style scheme flopped in the beginning of the season, Cullen adapted more zone coverage and two-high safety shells.
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Sunday is set to be another benchmark contest for the Jaguars, especially on their offensive line. It’s going to be a tough one for the Jaguars on Sunday who are traveling out west to face off against the Los Angeles Rams.
With the Jacksonville Jaguars coming off a loss against the Atlanta Falcons, where do they stand compared to the rest of the NFL? And after three straight losses following a 7-1 start, where do the Los Angeles Rams stand heading into this week's matchup against the Jags?
The Jacksonville Jaguars never held a lead against the Atlanta Falcons last week at home and now they’re making a cross-country trip to play the Los Angeles Rams who are currently fighting for a spot in the playoffs and desperately need not just a win, but a big win.
Just like the Los Angeles Rams, the Jacksonville Jaguars are coming off a three-game losing streak but that’s where the similarities end. Both teams will face off against each other in Week 13, and it’s easy to see why Jacksonville is a 14-point underdog ahead of the game.
There are several reasons why the Jacksonville Jaguars are currently 2-9 but quarterback Trevor Lawrence isn’t one of them. Every game, the former Clemson Tiger will showcase the talent that made him the top overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and make a few ‘wow’ throws.
If you thought the Jacksonville Jaguars would be better after undergoing a makeover this past offseason, you aren’t alone. Head coach Urban Meyer told the local media Wednesday he expected a “cleaner team” by now, especially on offense. On the other hand, he said he knew what he was getting into.
On Monday, Urban Meyer called the Los Angeles Rams an all-star team. On Wednesday after being able to break down even more film on the Jacksonville Jaguars' next opponent, Meyer's opinion didn't change.
This past offseason, some view Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. as a potential breakout candidate. It made sense at the time, as the Colorado product has the skillset to play at a high level in the NFL, and has displayed the ability to break tackles at a high rate over the last two years.
'Tis the season for mock drafts, a yearly tradition in which media attempt to project how the second-biggest day on the NFL calendar plays out. As we inch closer and closer to the 2022 NFL Draft, we will be tracking how other national media outlets are projecting the Jacksonville Jaguars to attack the draft and build around 2021 No.
The Jacksonville Jaguars had hoped Trevor Lawrence would experience fewer growing pains in his first NFL season, and the rookie’s struggles may lead to some significant changes within the organization when the year ends.