Can the Jaguars offense resurrect vs. Falcons: 3 storylines to monitor in London

• The Jaguars are 1-2 heading into Week 4

• The offense has struggled to score the last 2 games

• Can they get back into the win column?

Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Evan Engram (17) is tackled by Houston Texans safety Jimmie Ward (1)
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Evan Engram (17) is tackled by Houston Texans safety Jimmie Ward (1) / Corey Perrine/Florida Times-Union / USA
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2. Can the Jaguars offense hit their stride vs. the Falcons in London?

Jacksonville ranks 21st in points scored in the NFL entering Week 4. For context, they were 10th in points scored and total yards last year. Against the Kansas City Chiefs, they scored a paltry nine points and managed to reach the Houston Texans' end zone until the second half of their Week 3 bout. Simply, the Jags have too much talent on offense to rank in the bottom half of the league, so what's wrong?

Trevor Lawrence, for one, is still playing at a high level. Although he threw a head-scratching interception in Week 3, he's made good decisions for the most part. Similarly, Travis Etienne has made the most of his chances. He's averaging a full yard less than last year but that's because the offensive line has struggled to open holes for him.

Going back to Lawrence, he's stood tall in the pocket despite the fact that he's not getting optimal protection. But even when he has had enough time to throw the ball, his receivers have had drops at crucial times. As of this writing, Jacksonville is leading the league in drops. Calvin Ridley has had four while Zay Jones had a couple that might've been touchdowns against the Chiefs. The coaching staff, for their part, haven't gotten tight end Evan Engram and wide receiver Christian Kirk involved enough.

If the Jags want to reverse course, players will need to deliver, and offensive coordinator Press must feed his playmakers the ball against the Falcons in Week 4.