These two players give the Jacksonville Jaguars a chance to win on Sunday.
Keelan Cole had an electrifying performance against the Green Bay Packers in Week 10. In that game, he had one receiving touchdown and returned a 91-yard for a touchdown, the longest in team history. Since then, he’s gone cold and hasn’t been a non-factor the last two weeks.
Rookie quarterback Jake Luton struggled against the Steelers, so the Jaguars’ wide receivers’ production took a hit. With Mike Glennon at the helm, Cole caught three passes for 44 yards in Week 12. DJ Chark Jr may miss another game, so the Kentucky Wesleyan standout will have to step up once again.
The Jaguars’ offense definitely improved with Mike Glennon at the helm. The veteran won’t likely perform at an elite level, but he showed he knows a thing or two about playing the position. Against the Browns, he was 20-of-35 for 235 yards and two touchdowns. Also, he displayed the ability to spread the ball and completed passes to six different players.
On the other side of the coin, Glennon failed the Jaguars two two-point conversions the team attempted against the Browns. Had he completed one of them, the team might’ve won the game. If a similar situation arises in Week 13, he must succeed.