clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Titans vs. Jaguars: Jacksonville offense to look a lot different

New, comments

Entering Sunday's game with the Tennessee Titans, the Jaguars will have roughly seven new starters on offense than what they started with at the beginning of the season.

Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars have dealt with some minor injuries throughout the season, but over the past two weeks they've been ravaged by some big injuries. They'll be without Cecil Shorts III and Will Rackley for the rest of the season, and while their importance can be debated, it's still two less starting players on the field.

On the opening day roster, the Jaguars trotted out Blaine Gabbert, Will Rackley, Eugene Monroe, Luke Joeckel, Cecil Shorts and Maurice Jones-Drew. You could argue including Justin Blackmon in that list as well, but the point being on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, none of those players will likely be on the field.

That means on Sunday the Jaguars will start six (seven) different players than they started on opening day for the 2013 NFL season on the offensive side of the ball.

The odd thing with that however, is that they've been better (still not good) on offense in the second half of the year than the first, even with all of the shuffling.