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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 3 roundup for the Jaguars in our consensus 2021 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 31

Fantasy surprise: TE James O'Shaughnessy

The Jaguars weren't expected to get much out of this position in the passing game, but O'Shaughnessy had seven catches for 72 yards in the first two weeks. However, the tight end suffered a high ankle sprain in the loss to the Broncos, and he will miss several weeks. When he returns, he'll give Trevor Lawrence a reliable target and will be the Jaguars' most productive pass-catching tight end. -- Mike DiRocco

NFL.com -- Rank: 32

The combination of Urban Meyer and Trevor Lawrence was supposed to bring excitement to Duval, but we're still waiting. The Broncos held the Jaguars attack to 189 yards of total offense in Sunday's 23-13 loss -- even last year's 1-15 outfit managed to clear that bar every week. Lawrence started fast and faded in his second game. The No. 1 overall pick registered 73 of his 118 passing yards on the opening drive that ended with a touchdown. You never want to peak in the first quarter.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 32

Trevor Lawrence had a rookie game against the Broncos, showing he has a long way to go. This is going to be a struggle to win games for Urban Meyer.

USA Today -- Rank: 32

QB Trevor Lawrence and Wilson, the top two picks of the 2021 draft, respectively, will be forever tied together ... though being deadlocked for the league lead with five INTs after two weeks wasn't what these franchise saviors exactly had in mind.

The Athletic -- Rank: 32

Statistically, it's been a rough start for No. 1 pick Trevor Lawrence: four touchdowns, five interceptions and a completion percentage of 50 through two weeks. He had one really strong drive Sunday against Denver, and his 25-yard touchdown pass to Marvin Jones Jr. was a perfect throw. But 73 of his 118 total passing yards came on that one drive, and he found few open receivers and easy throws the rest of the game. Are these struggles more an indictment on the Jaguars as a whole, or on Lawrence's adjustment to the NFL? We think it's the former, and that Lawrence will have brilliant moments to come.

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