2016 NFL Power Rankings: Jacksonville Jaguars

Below you will find a table of Jacksonville Jaguars results in our 2016 NFL Power Rankings.

Initial170-0Since the 2000 NFL season, the Jaguars had made the playoffs twice (2005 and 2007). Since their last playoff berth, the Jags have gone eight seasons without a winning record and five consecutive seasons with five or fewer wins. Third-year quarterback Blake Bortles will need to limit the turnovers, but the team should be better on defense with free-agent additions Malik Jackson and Tashaun Gipson and last year's first-rounder Dante Fowler (ACL) set to make his NFL debut. They may be a year away from finishing above .500, but they are a team poised to take a step (or two) forward in 2016.
Post-Draft140-0Their strong offseason continued into the draft as the Jags were able to land Jalen Ramsey and Myles Jack, both of whom are top-five prospects when healthy. Of course, there are concerns with Jack's knee, but the their defense should be much improved in 2016.
Week 1150-0Preseason win projection: 8-8
Week 2180-1With Chris Ivory scratched, T.J. Yeldon managed only 39 rushing yards on 21 carries (1.9 YPC) against the Packers in Week 1. It seems unlikely that Ivory will play this week, but the Chargers gave up 199 YFS to Spencer Ware last week.
Week 3310-2While there was a lot of optimism for the Jags before the season began, they are 0-2 with the league's worst scoring differential (-28).
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