September 30, 2012; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (89) catches a pass in the end zone for a touchdown during the game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cincinnati Bengals at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Rob Foldy-US PRESSWIRE

Jacksonville Jaguars By The Numbers - Week 4

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The Jags were blown out by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.  The team couldn’t move the ball on offense and the team looked like it didn’t know they were supposed to be competitive.  The personnel is clearly outmatched when playing the vanilla 4-3 that Mel Tucker employs on defense and the offense is clearly outmatched when they try to move the ball on short to intermediate routes.  Let’s take a look at the top five good and bad numbers for the Jags:

The Good:

  • 5 – Ranking in Passing TDs Allowed
  • 1 – The number of interceptions thrown by Blaine Gabbert
  • 7 – MJD’s place in league-leading rushers
  • 0 – The number of sacks Eugene Monroe has allowed
  • 0 – The number of sacks Brad Meester has allowed

The Bad:

  • 30 – Defense ranking against the run
  • 26 – Defense ranking in rushing touchdowns allowed (6)
  • 5.8 – Blaine Gabbert’s average yards per passing attempt
  • 5 – The number of credited drops to Jacksonville wide receivers
  • 38 – MJD’s rushing yards against Cincinnati (four yards less than his yards receiving)

It’s really getting tough to find good numbers for the Jags, they need to up their game.

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