While home teams do get a big advantage in the NFL in terms of the oddsmakers, it's hard to imagine that the Jaguars are favored to beat a team with a winning record and a young, ascending offense
Gus Bradley's spot on with this one, although even the greenest of football minds could tell you that. There is no push up front in the run game, which leads to the Jaguars running backs getting hit and corralled at or near the line of scrimmage.
Many fans and writers, including myself, have been calling for the Jaguars to use more no huddle offense through out the course of games. It's clear that Bortles feels comfortable in such situations, and that he excels when the defense is on it's heels (duh!).
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