Eliminating Running Game Priority For Jags

By Blake Bass
Content Coordinator

Raiders_Darren_McFadden_2013Through two games, the Jacksonville Jaguars’ defense held Kansas City and Oakland to a combined 34 rushes that gained 3 or fewer yards.

But looking at the whole body of work reveals the need for improvement heading into Sunday’s game at Seattle.

The Jaguars, a woeful 30th against the run last year, have allowed 347 yards rushing this month, ahead of only Washington in the league rankings.

Oakland rushed for 226 yards on Sunday.

Source: Ryan O’Halloran, Jacksonville.com

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