The Jacksonville Jaguars played a perfect game against the Indianapolis Colts, winning 27-0, recording (another!) double-digit sack game, and not missing a single kick. The coverage units were good, the protection was good, the backup running backs went for almost 200 yards, and Blake Bortles had maybe one or two errant throws all day.
How did our friends at Pro Football Focus grade them out?
Week 7 Jaguars offensive stats
- QB Blake Bortles earned his highest PFF overall grade of the season on Sunday, his grade of 80.8 was the fourth highest by a quarterback in Week 7. Bortles used play action the most of any quarterback on Sunday (44.8%) and he took full advantage, his 169 passing yards on play action led the NFL in Week 7.
- WR Allen Hurns dominated in the slot against the Colts. He was targeted seven times in that position Sunday and caught four of them. He was the leading receiver in terms of receiving yards from the slot in Week 7 with 96 yards. His overall PFF grade of 79.2 was the 16th best by a wide receiver on Sunday.
- TE Marcedes Lewis earned the highest overall grade of any Jaguars player on Sunday, his overall PFF grade of 87.9 was the best by a tight end in Week 7. He looked good in both the pass and the run game against the Colts, his receiving grade of 82.4 was the highest of any Jaguars plays as was his run blocking grade of 86.2.
- RB T.J Yeldon stepped up I a big way in the absence of rookie sensation Leonard Fournette, his overall PFF grade of 87.1 was the second best by a Jaguar on Sunday and the third best by a running back in Week 7. Yeldon had two runs of 15 or more yards on Sunday for a breakaway percentage of 64.8% the second highest in Week 7.
- Guard A.J Cann had a solid day in pass protection against the Colts, he didn’t allow any pressures on his 30 pass block snaps for a pass-blocking efficiency of 100%. He also achieved the highest pass blocking grade of all the Jaguars offensive lineman in Week 7 with a pass block grade of 84.5.
Week 7 Jaguars defensive stats
- CB Jalen Ramsey was the Jaguars second highest graded defensive player in Week 7 with an overall PFF grade of 85.1 and this was the fifth highest graded by a corner this week. Although he allowed 4 of his 7 targets to be caught he only allowed 9 yards after the catch and a passer rating of 72.3 when targeted, he also had 2 pass defense’s which was tied for the most.
- LB Myles Jack was dominant when rushing the passer Sunday, despite only earning a pass rush grade of 70 he did collect three total pressures on his eight pass rush snaps which gave him a pass-rush productivity rating of 34.4, this was the fourth best by a linebacker in Week 7.
- LB Telvin Smith put in another excellent display leading all Jaguars defensive players with an overall PFF grade of 86.5 the sixth best grade by a linebacker in Week 7. He was strong in the run game with a run defense grade of 81.3 and dominant in the passing game producing a coverage grade of 85.6, surrendering a passer rating of just 70.1 when targeted.
- Edge Defender Yannick Ngakoue tied a season best with seven total pressures against the Colts Sunday. He was sent to rush the passer on 96.9 percent of his snaps and had the seventh best pass-rush productivity rating of any edge defender with a rating of 18.5. He and teammate Dante Fowler combined for 12 total pressures on 62 pass rushing snaps.
- Interior defender Malik Jackson was a force in the passing game he amassed five total pressures on Sunday tied for third most by any interior defender and are the most pressures he has got since Week 1. He achieved those five pressures on 34 pass rush snaps and his pass-rush productivity rating of 11.8 was the sixth highest in Week 7.