Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
Jaguars general manager Gene Smith sat down with the Florida Times-Union to do a Q&A session, and one thing he noted was the offense needs consistency.
As the Jaguars head out of the bye week, they're looking to rebound from a slow start through the first five games that have had them blown out three times. A big reason for the lopsided losses in the play of the Jaguars offense, which the front office knows has been a problem.
"It's not where you want to be for sure. I'm confident that it will improve," Gene Smith told Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. But there are a lot of different things - there's certainly our health early in the year and that's a part of the game, but there's a level of synergy, players working together and you have to execute at a high level in order to be able to win. It can't just be for two or three quarters."
Smith is right in the regard that a big problem is consistency on the Jaguars offense, as they'll show one or two drives a game where they look really good, but then stall out for much of the rest of the game. We're still looking for the Jaguars offense to piece together that full game and get a look at what they can do.