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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: Team is showing how to win without a quarterback

NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars are showing the NFL how to win without a quarterback -
One of the NFL’s governing principles is “You’re screwed if you don’t have a quarterback.” But why force your subpar signal-caller to do an inadequate Tom Brady impression? Instead, the Jaguars have asked Blake Bortles to do almost nothing. So far, it’s working.

Which version of the Jacksonville Jaguars will show up in Week 6? -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are 3-2. This team only won three games in all of 2016. Something has clearly changed since then, whether it be coaching, new player additions, a new attitude or all of the above. But the one thing the Jaguars still don’t have is consistency.

Rare back-to-back wins would give Jacksonville Jaguars control in the AFC South -
The Jacksonville Jaguars have a chance to take control of the AFC South over the next month, but it hinges on the team doing something it hasn't done in a calendar year -- win back-to-back games.

The Jaguars are coming off their most impressive victory of the season — 30-9 over Pittsburgh in Heinz Field — and finally playing consistent football will be the No. 1 topic in the locker room this week in advance of Sunday’s home game against the Los Angeles Rams. They've been in this position twice before this season, but each time the Jaguars followed a solid victory with a disappointing loss.

That has to change for them to legitimately claim they are the favorite to win the division.