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Pro Football Focus Breakdown: Jaguars vs. Bengals | Jaguars Blog
If you’ve never been to Pro Football Focus’ website, it’s worth your time. They watch all the plays of every game and rate the players based on their performance. You can see their grading criteria here. Players’ ratings seem to most often end up between around +3.0 and -3.0 for any individual game, but can vary greatly based on performance. This will be a general look at a few of the stats from this week’s game; to see the full game ratings, go to Pro Football Focus and sign up for their Premium Stats service.
Jaguars Notebook: Red-zone field goals costly | jacksonville.com
Red-zone appearances and efficiency have been problems area for the Jaguars this season, highlighted Sunday by two trips inside Cincinnati's 5-yard line that didn't result in a touchdown. Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio often gambles on fourth down, but he opted for field goals in both cases.
Jaguars to bring in punters as Matt Turk faces uncertain future | jacksonville.com
Matt Turk was still the Jaguars' punter Monday, but he doesn't know if he will still have his job when the team resumes practice Wednesday. Coach Jack Del Rio said the Jaguars will bring in punters for a workout today, but the team hasn't decided whether the one who has the best workout will replace Turk. "When you have seven punts on the day and [only] one of them is good, that's not going to work for you. That's what we had [Sunday]," Del Rio said Monday.
What we learned - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Here’s what we learned in the Jaguars’ 30-20 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. Some of it’s good and some of it’s bad, but here you have it . . . 1.The Jaguars can play defense. Five games this season; four opponents under 300 yards. Yes, the Saints produced 500 yards, but in every other game – and even in that one – the Jaguars’ quickly-rebuilt defense has fared very well.
Shutting out the noise - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
The Jaguars have yet another obstacle this week. As if figuring a way to end a four-game losing streak – and doing it against the Pittsburgh Steelers – wasn’t challenge enough, Jaguars Head Coach Jack Del Rio said Monday a major factor this week will be ignoring noise and criticism from outsiders. It’s not easy, Del Rio said. But he said whatever the nature of the criticism it absolutely must be done.