by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer (9/29/14) The Jaguars, who entered the game ranked 30th against the pass and 32nd against the run, continued to struggle on the defensive side of the ball Week 4 at San Diego, allowing 33 points on 407 yards.
They did limit the Chargers' depleted rushing attack to just 42 yards on the ground, but quarterback Philip Rivers made up for it with 377 yards and three touchdown. The Jaguars recorded two sacks but didn't force a turnover and have now gone three games without one.
Clearly, the Jaguars DST isn't one you should trust against Pittsburgh in Week 5 or against any team, for that matter.
Jaguars make two changes on defense
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (9/24/14) The Jaguars have made two changes to their starting lineup on defense heading into Week 4 at San Diego, according to The Florida Times-Union.
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com (9/21/14) The Jaguars DST had a tough time against the Colts Week 3.
Jacksonville couldn't stop quarterback Andrew Luck. Luck threw four touchdowns, and only had eight incompletions on 39 attempts. The Jaguars were able to pick up two sacks during the game, but that was about it. Luck did not throw any interceptions, and the Jaguars did not force any fumbles. When all was said and done, the team allowed 44 points.
The Jaguars DST will look for more Week 4 against the Chargers.
Johnathan Cyprien cleared to resume all activities
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (9/17/14) The Jaguars announced safety Johnathan Cyprien has passed his concussion tests and is fully cleared to resume all activities. Cyprien sat out Week 2 after suffering a concussion Week 1.