Going west was not a gold rush for America. jacksonville jaguars.
In franchise history, the Jaguars have a 3-15 record on the West Coast against the 49ers, Chargers, Rams and Seahawks.
This week’s opponents, the Chargers, have been particularly stingy with the Jaguars. His career record is 9 wins and 3 losses. Jags including 5-0 in San Diego or Los Angeles. Jaggs has played with the Chargers once since his move to LA. 2020 draw 39-29.
One thing that works in Jags’ favor is health. Jacksonville are basically injury-free, but the Chargers are suffering. QB Justin Herbert nurses fractured rib cartilage I suffered last week against the Chiefs. Star receiver Keenan Allen injured his hamstring in Week 1 and is suspected of sitting out in Week 2. Also suspect are starting center Corey Linsley and right tackle Trey Pipkins III.
Of course, there’s always the looming threat of the Chargers’ relentless pass rushers Khalil Mack and Joey Bosa.
A full performance like last week’s win against the Indianapolis Colts would give the Jags a chance to shine.
Here’s what you need to know about this week’s matchup.
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As mentioned earlier, the Jaguars struggled when they went out west. The run game has to work better than week 2 if they want to succeed. Colts.
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It’s early, but first place is first place
Admittedly, a 1-1 record won’t cement your place in the postseason. But when he picks up the only win in his division (and that’s when his two teams play against each other!!), he has to feel good about himself. Defense is definitely one of the reasons.
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Times-Union’s expert picker has been unsuccessful for two weeks. Out of 7 pickers he has 1 unblemished and 2 he is 0-2. But they improved every week from week 1 to week 2. What do they think will happen this week? Find out at the link below.
Staff predictions for Week 3: Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers
Colts were taken to school
The Colts shouldn’t have been this bad. Aside from his one good quarter in the first week, houston texans, they were a bad team. But they gave the Jaguar a chance to build confidence early on.
“We have to keep it going”:The Jaguars plan to build on their 24-0 shutout win over the Indianapolis Colts.
All week 2 coverage in one place:Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Indianapolis Colts 0: Everything You Need Now That The Game Is Over
In other Jaguar news…
Tony Boselli became the first Jaguar to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer. The resumes of Fred Taylor and Jimmy Smith are impressive. But is being enshrined enough? Speaking of Boselli, he plays celebrity golf in his tournaments against his two-time Super Bowl champion and lives a good life.
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This article was originally published in the Florida Times Union. Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Chargers: The Whole Story Is Here