The Jacksonville Jaguars will travel to Minneapolis in Week 13.
On the bright side, the Minnesota Vikings’ defense ranks 27 in points allowed. On the downside, the Jacksonville Jaguars have just been able to win one game, the season opener, in 2020 regardless of the opponent.
Last week, the ‘Jags’ got very close to earning their second win of the year, but ultimately fell short against the Cleveland Bown. One reason why they had a chance was Mike Glennon, who became the team’s starting quarterback one week after the Pittsburgh Steelers frazzled rookie Jake Luton.
Under Glennon at the helm, the Jaguars were able to put 25 points on the board, and more importantly, they didn’t turn the ball over even once, something Luton and Gardner Minshew II failed to do this season.
Rookie wide receiver Collin Johnson had his best game of the season against the Browns and hauled in four passes for 96 yards and one touchdown. James Robinson was also his same reliable self and ran over Cleveland’s defense.
Even though the Jaguars’ offense displayed signs of life against the Browns and showed they could score points, they are still ranked 28th in the league. They will have to be even better if they want to have a chance at beating the ‘Vikes’, these four offensive players will need to shine at U.S. Bank Stadium.