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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team showing promise despite 1-5 start

Jeff Darlington of believes there's a lot to be encouraged by in Year 3 of the Gus Bradley Project, and more news for your Thursday morning.

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Jacksonville Jaguars show promise despite 1-5 start -
You might not realize it -- and locally, you might not want to hear the excuses -- but with the growing noise about Bradley's job security in the wake of four consecutive losses, the Jaguars' plan is actually coming together with encouraging results.

Allen Hurns will be a difference maker against the Bills -
Hurns has been the No. 2 wide receiver through the first six games, but with Allen Robinson battling a leg contusion, he could see his targets increased significantly against the Bills. A proficient route runner with the ability to get open with ease, Hurns could be in for a lot of work against cornerbacks Ronald Darby and Stephon Gilmore, who are already among the most targeted cornerback duos in the league.

Davon House was benched because wait what? -
My first reaction is what are the Jaguars actually doing? They know the team is freefalling and they need to make a move, a change, anything. But out of all the things that they can and should change, their solution is to bench Davon House. Really? Really?

Jaguars make roster moves ahead of London trip -
The Jacksonville Jaguars today placed undrafted rookie RB Corey Grant (hip flexor tear) and first-year WR Tony Washington (severe hip flexor strain) on the team’s reserve/injured list. The Jaguars promoted rookie WR Neal Sterling to the active roster from the club’s practice squad. The team now has one opening on the active 53-man roster.