Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles was having a tough time in the first half of the 2014 season. With a lackluster running game, an offensive line that hadn't yet gelled together, and a group of rookie wide receivers occupying three of the top four spots, he was essentially carrying the Jacksonville Jaguars offense with little help from veteran wide receiver Cecil Shorts III and tight end Marcedes Lewis.
But during the Cincinnati Bengals game, we saw young receivers step up and help out the young Bortles... and Allen Hurns' adjustment to a prayer of a throw by Bortles into single coverage was just one example from that day.
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