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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team plans to make change on defense

Gus Bradley said on Monday the Jaguars will be making changes on defense to bring more pressure, and more Tuesday news.

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Jacksonville Jaguars to make changes on defense to bring more pressure -
After getting picked apart by Houston quarterback Brian Hoyer, the Jacksonville Jaguars are making a defensive change. How drastic a modification remains to be seen. But coach Gus Bradley said Monday he plans to use more five- and six-man pressures beginning with this week's game against Buffalo (3-3) in London. It might not seem like a huge difference, but a lack of defensive pressure has been Jacksonville's biggest problem this season.

Gus Bradley doesn't know what accountability means -
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley held his weekly "Tell the Truth Monday" press conference at EverBank Field following the team’s third loss in a row, a 31-20 loss to the Houston Texans. Bradley continues to sound confused and in over his head, as well is talking in circles rather than answering any questions that the local media had for him. Bradley routinely came back to talking about "accountability" and players doing what they need to do, but I’m not sure Bradley knows what accountability means.

Julius Thomas makes first touchdown catch of Jaguars career -
It took six weeks and eight catches, but tight end Julius Thomas finally scored his first touchdown for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Houston Texans somehow left him wide open in the middle of the field and he caught a pass from Blake Bortles at the 8-yard line and pretty much walked into the end zone for a 29-yard score that gave the Jaguars a 14-10 lead with five seconds remaining in the third quarter at EverBank Field.