Jags' defense not worthy of elite status
The Jaguars are lauded for their strong defense, but a closer look at the numbers reveals they're vulnerable, especially against the pass, writes KC Joyner.
Originally Published: December 12, 2007By KC Joyner | ESPN Insider
The Jacksonville Jaguars' defense has a lot of the hallmarks of an exceptional unit. It ranks fifth in rushing yards per game allowed, sixth in points per game allowed and 10th in opponents' passer rating. The Jags' defense has held opponents to 17 or fewer points in nine games and single-digit points in three games.
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