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1-1, 1st in AFC South

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars announce that C Brandon Linder (knee) and LB Lerentee McCray (knee) are not expected to practice on Wednesday. Linder was on the injury report last week with a knee injury but played every offensive snap against Tennessee. Linder is the Jaguars' best offensive lineman and it would be a huge blow to the line if he is unable to play against Baltimore. The Ravens are allowing just 85.0 yards per game rushing and have given up just 10 points in two weeks.

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1dHank Gargiulo and Seth Walder

NFL's best and worst QBs of Week 2: Blake Bortles scuffles

Bortles' Total QBR against the Titans was the fourth-worst mark of his career and the lowest since his rookie season. His improved play in the fourth quarter did little to help him rebound.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone says his QB depth chart remains: 1. Blake Bortles. 2. Chad Henne. 3. Ryan Nassib. No quarterback competition.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone says team signed QB Ryan Nassib as some injury insurance for Blake Bortles, who has been on the injury report (wrist) for the last two weeks.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

New Jaguars QB Ryan Nassib has completed 9-of-10 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown in four seasons with the New York Giants behind Eli Manning. He's thrown passes in two games (both blowout losses) and hasn't appeared in a game since Dec. 27, 2015. The Giants did not re-sign Nassib after the 2016 season.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Interested to see what Jaguars coach Doug Marrone says about the Ryan Nassib signing. Is it as a third quarterback or was it done to create competition for Blake Bortles? Marrone and OC Nathaniel Hackett had Nassib at Syracuse and Tom Coughlin drafted Nassib with the New York Giants. Remember, team picked up fifth-year option on Bortles and if they believe he's not getting the job done at any point they could put him on the bench to eliminate any chance he gets hurt and they're on the hook for the $19 million guarantee in 2018.

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Vote: The best (and worst) so far from Week 2

What's been the best performance so far this week? What's been the most surprising result? And which teams off to a 2-0 start look most playoff-ready? Vote now.

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2dMike Sando

Ranking the NFL's 1-1 teams: Jaguars

Is Blake Bortles bad enough to prevent the Jaguars from capitalizing on upgrades they've made to their roster elsewhere?

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

I would expect the Jaguars' playoff chances to take a pretty severe hit when they update tomorrow. Not only because of the loss, but also the way they lost. Getting blown out will negatively impact their FPI, and that, in turn, will result in a reduced chance of reaching the postseason.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars QB Blake Bortles said it would help the run game to stretch the field a little more in the passing game. “I think we've got to get guys backing up. It's all stuff that we have and are in the game plan and situationally we'll call and do all that. I think that when our run game is going and we are able to do something off of play action, take shots down the field, it's definitely big and opens them up.”

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars have to figure out a way to get defenses to loosen up and not just concentrate on on stopping the run game and RB Leonard Fournette. It's a tough task without WR Allen Robinson to make plays downfield, but one option would be to reverse their plan. Instead of running the ball to set up the play-action pass, maybe they should throw the ball more early in games to make defenses ease back and create more running room.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey admitted he was frustrated with the impending loss when he shoved Titans TE Delanie Walker out of bounds after Walker's third-quarter TD run: “Y'all can make whatever story y'all want to about it. But y'all saw it. S---, I'm mad. I know I hate losing. Going to let somebody walk in our end zone celebrating and s--- with the ball in one hand. I gave him a little nudge. I ain't even really get all in to him, to be honest. I gave him a little nudge. They called the flag. It was what it was. We lined up for the next play.”

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Jaguars' pass rush takes a huge step back

Jacksonville hounded Houston's O-line for nine sacks and a 54 percent pressure rate a week ago, but things looked different against Marcus Mariota and Tennessee. The Titans' line kept the Jags' rush in check, allowing just one sack and a 30 percent pressure rate. (ESPN Stats & Info)

Team Stats

Passing Yards168.026th
Rushing Yards127.09th
Points For22.512th
Points Against22.0Tied-20th

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