On Sunday, the Jaguars played host to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Jacksonville, Florida, and they did not disappoint.
The Jaguars were able to put up 24 points in the first quarter and have a 7-0 lead.
In a game where it is hard to get a proper sense of what is going on in the NFL, Jacksonville’s effort in the third quarter was truly impressive.
Jacksonville’s defense dominated the Buccaneers, limiting them to just 28 points.
This was a game that would have been more meaningful for Jacksonville if it were decided on the field.
Instead, the game was decided by a score of 23-17.
The game is the first of a three-game series between the two teams, with Jacksonville hosting the Atlanta Falcons in Week 10 and Tampa Bay hosting the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11.
This game will be played on Friday at 2 p.m.
It is not yet known how many players will be available for the game.
Jaguars starting cornerbacks Jalen Ramsey and Maurice Smith both played the entire first half.
Ramsey finished the game with four tackles, one pass defended and an interception.
Smith was also in the game, and had five tackles.
Both players will likely be active against Tampa Bay.
The Jaguars will have a very different look at the line of scrimmage from the team that they were playing on Sunday.
For the first time this season, the team will have three starting offensive linemen: Jarrad Davis, Allen Robinson and Ryan Ramczyk.
This was not an unfamiliar sight for the Jaguars as they have had three different line combinations this season.
This is the second time that the Jaguars have gone into the bye week without starting offensive lineman.
The first time was in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
This will be the fifth consecutive game that the team has not started an offensive lineman for at least one week.
This year, the only two offensive linemen that will be active for Jacksonville will be Chris Ivory and Taylor Lewan.
The team has only started four offensive linemen for the first three weeks of the season, and is currently missing seven offensive linemen.
This could be a huge problem for Jacksonville, as it will be difficult for the offensive line to fill the void left by the departure of the departed offensive linemen, especially when the Jaguars start four new starters on the offensive side of the ball.