Oct 27, 2013; London, UNITED KINGDOM; Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Cecil Shorts (84) catches a pass in front of San Francisco 49ers defensive back Tramaine Brock (26) during an International Series game at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bob Martin-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville Jaguars Power Rankings - Post-Bye Week

 

After a bye week in which they somehow still found a way to lose, the Jacksonville Jaguars return to the field this Sunday to face their long time rivals in the Tennessee Titans. The Jaguars’ outlook is bleaker than ever after losing star wide receiver Justin Blackmon and the upcoming schedule doesn’t hint at any possible wins.

Let’s see how the Jaguars fared in the power rankings after an idle week.

ESPN

32. More fun stats with Jacksonville: The Jags have produced seven touchdowns this season, as many as the Chiefs’ defense and special teams, or as many as 40:26 of Nick Foles on Sunday.

CBS Sports

32. The good news is the schedule gets easier in the second half. The bad news is they still aren’t very good and now will be without top weapon Justin Blackmon.

NFL.com

32. Imagine the angst and consternation felt by the various networks with the Jags being off in Week 9. What are we gonna do?
Gus Bradley’s club is going to surprise somebody at some point.

SBNation

32. Coming off a bye week, the Jags are rested, ready…and still the worst team in the league. Outside of a full Buccaneers mutiny, it’s hard to imagine what kind of Kafkaesque nightmare would have had to take place for a team to drop past the Jags in the rankings. (Last Week: 32)

Fansided:  31. Jacksonville Jaguars

 

– Daniel Lago

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