The Jacksonville Jaguars blew out the Baltimore Ravens in their Week 3 matchup in London. We think there was hardly a criticism to make on either offense, defense, or with special teams. But how did our friends at Pro Football Focus think they fared?
Let’s find out.
Week 3 Jaguars offensive stats
- QB Blake Bortles was very successful when under pressure, he completed 5 of his 9 pass attempts for 72 yards and a touchdown. His passer rating of 118.8 was the third highest among QBs sunday.
- Bortles also threw for 3 touchdown passes when not using play action, tied for the most on Sunday. When not using play action Bortles earned a passer rating of 127.8 Sunday, the sixth highest by a QB.
- TE Mercedes Lewis had himself a day against the Ravens on Sunday, the TE was the Jaguars highest graded player earning an overall PFF grade of 91.4 which ranked first among TEs as he railed in 3 TD receptions.
- TE Mercedes Lewis was also one the most productive TE running routes Sunday, against the Ravens he averaged 3.26 yards per route run, ranking first among TEs with a minimum of 3 targets.
- RB Leonard Fournette bounced back after a poor performance in Week 2, the rookie RB earned an overall PFF grade of 84.2 which was the second highest by a RB in Week 3, he impressed on the ground with a running grade of 83.8. Fournette earned 25.4 percentage of his rushing yards on runs of 15 or more yards for the 19th best breakaway percentage among RBs on Sunday.
Week 3 Jaguars defensive stats
- DT Malik Jackson impressed rushing the passer on Sunday, he earned 3 total pressures against the Ravens for a pass-rush productivity of 13.9, the fourth highest by a DT in Week 3.
- Edge defender Calais Campbell continued his impressive start to the season, his 5 total pressures against the Ravens were the second most by a 4-3 DE on Sunday, his pass-rush productivity rating of 20.0 ranked 5th.
- Another edge defender that impressed Sunday was Yannick Ngakoue, he too ranked second among 4-3 defensive ends with 5 total pressures against the Ravens, and ranked sixth with a pass-rush productivity rating of 17.9.
- Safety Tashaun Gibson led all safeties Sunday with 4 total stops in run defense, his run stop percentage of 21.1 also ranked first among safeties.
- It was yet another impressive performance from second year CB Jalen Ramsey, the CB was the highest graded player on defense for the Jaguars earning an overall PFF grade of 89.2 ranking first among CBs. Ramsey was targeted 7 times against the Ravens but only allowed 2 completions for 11 yards and gave up a passer rating of 0 when targeted, he also intercepted a pass.