|Title||FanPulse: Jaguars fans “very confident”|
|Description||in direction of the team Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse Cam Robinson Jersey , a survey of fans across the NFL powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. Jaguars fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.Will the Jaguars win or lose in Week 1?Jaguars fans think they will beat the Giants by 10. I tend to lean that way too, especially if the Jaguars offense is turnover free. The Jaguars are currently only a three point favorite on the road, so that means if it were at TIAA Bank Field it would probably be around a touchdown favorite.How confident are you in the direction of the team?Very confident: 81 percentSomewhat confident: 18 percentMeh: 1 percentNot very confident: 0 percentNot confident at all: 0 percentThese results shouldn’t be too surprising. Why should Jaguars fans feel any different? The team is coming off the doorstep of the Super Bowl and during the preseason, despite some struggles in the passing game, their first team units “won” against whoever it was they were playing against. Right now, there is no reason to not feel really good about where the Jaguars are at Authentic Leonard Fournette Jersey , especially heading into Week 1.What is the worst NFL rule?I’d expect the results for the worst rule to be down going forward, as I think this was a reaction to the NFL being super aggressive calling the helmet rule. We didn’t really see it in the first Thursday Night game between the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles and I don’t expect to see a lot of it going forward.Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Jets: Week 4 sack analysis The Jacksonville Jaguars put on a clinic against the New York Jets this past weekend, winning 31-12 and dominating in all three phases. There were a couple of mistakes — a T.J. Yeldon fumble, a silly interception late in the game, and two sacks allowed by the offensive line.Who was responsible for both of those sacks? Let’s take a look.Sack #1: 3rd & 11 at NYJ 13, 4:25 left in 1Q(Shotgun) B.Bortles sacked at NYJ 14 for -1 yards (H.Anderson)Henry Anderson makes a good inside move here on newly signed left guard Andrew Norwell, but the full view shows that Blake Bortles had an outlet pass to Leonard Fournette in the flat. It’s third down, yes Youth Calais Campbell Jersey , and Bortles is looking for the first down or touchdown. But if you feel pressure you’ve got to get it out to your running back who is 10 yards away from the nearest defender.Fault: Blake BortlesSack #2: 1st & 10 at JAX 49, 3:50 in 2QB.Bortles sacked at JAX 39 for -10 yards (L.Williams)Because of the fake to T.J. Yeldon, this play takes a little longer than normal to develop. That allows Leonard Williams to make an inside move against right guard A.J. Cann. The coverage is good and I wonder if Blake could have fit that ball to D.J. Chark on the right side of the field. All in all, the offensive line has to give Blake just a second longer to let the routes develop.Fault: A.J. CannSummaryIn all, the offensive line did a good job. Blake again had a lot of volume (41 drop backs for 38 attempts and three runs) and aside from the two sacks the Jets had just two hits on him. Without their starting left tackle and their right guard a bit banged up, I’d say they’re doing a better-than-expected job. After all, offensive linemen are only responsible for four sacks through four games.2018 sack totalsPlayerSacksPlayerSacksUp next: The Kansas City Chiefs!|
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