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2021 NFL Power Rankings: Jacksonville Jaguars

Throughout the 2021 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Jacksonville Jaguars rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a Week 13 roundup for the Jaguars in our consensus 2021 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 30

The Jaguars' offense has gotten significantly worse -- and it wasn't great in the first six weeks, either. The Jaguars are averaging a league-worst 11.4 points per game and have managed just 283 yards (176 passing) in their past five games. Rookie QB Trevor Lawrence has thrown two touchdown passes and two interceptions with a QBR of 25.6 (second worst) over that span. -- Mike DiRocco

NFL.com -- Rank: 31

Trevor Lawrence has had precious few open receivers to throw to this season, and now he's lost the only guy who seemed to gain consistent separation on a weekly basis. Tight end Dan Arnold went down with a potentially season-ending knee injury in Sunday's loss to the Falcons, further emptying the cupboard for Lawrence in what's been an extremely frustrating year for the No. 1 overall pick. It will be interesting to see what changes Urban Meyer makes to address the offense in 2022: Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell is an obvious replacement candidate if Meyer believes the struggles go beyond personnel.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 31

They have to get faster at receiver. Not scaring anybody really limits the offense and Trevor Lawrence.

USA Today -- Rank: 31

They've lost 13 straight on road dating back to the 2019 season. Four of their final six will be played outside of Jacksonville.

The Athletic -- Rank: 30

Problem area: Passing offense and defense. According to Football Outsiders' DVOA, the Jaguars rank 31st in passing offense and 29th in passing defense. They have some promising players in the secondary and a potential star at quarterback in Trevor Lawrence, but it's fair to wonder if the coach is putting this team in a position to win games. Urban Meyer has admitted receivers are running the wrong routes and that he didn't know why running back James Robinson was benched in the second half of the loss to the Falcons. His off-field issues are one thing, but Meyer also hasn't shown much promise on the field in Year 1.

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