J.J. Watt has had a ton of success against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the past. Will that continue in Week 6 of 2015? What are the latest articles saying?
"Watt has recorded more sacks against the Jaguars in his career than all but one team he has faced and he has sacked Bortles six times in two meetings, which makes Bortles the second-most sacked QB of Watt’s career.That doesn’t bode well for Sunday’s matchup with Houston. Watt can line up anywhere, but he has spent the majority of the time this season lined up on the left side of the defensive formation. That means he’ll be going against rookie right guard A.J. Cann and right tackle Jermey Parnell, who is nursing a sore knee."
"feel certain that Jaguars Owner Shad Khan and General Manager David Caldwell examine “where the team is at” on a regular basis. I don’t believe there will be a change made in head coaching or management during the season because I don’t believe that sort of change has much long-term benefit – and because I have no reason at this point to believe that Khan believes such a change is the right thing. Is he frustrated? Yes, that’s very possible. That would be normal. Did he realize before this process began in 2013 that it was a long road ahead? Yes, he did."
"Im not a doctor, but I dont think the best remedy for an injured quarterback is to face an All-Pro, 6 foot 6, 290 pound goliath.However, that will be the case this Sunday when Blake Bortles and the Jaguars take on reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans.Watt has recorded more sacks against the Jaguars in his career than all but one team he has faced and he has sacked Bortles six times in two meetings, which makes Bortles the second-most sacked QB of Watt’s career."
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