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

ESPN -- Rank: 32

Most improved player: RB James Robinson

How they've improved: Despite a slow start to the season -- just 16 carries in the first two games combined -- Robinson is on pace for 1,316 yards rushing, which would better his rookie total by nearly 250 yards. Robinson worked on getting quicker and faster in the offseason, and it looks like he accomplished that without losing any power. Robinson was pretty darn good as a rookie, and he could approach 1,500 yards if the Jaguars would give him even more work than the 16 carries he is averaging over the past three games. -- Mike DiRocco

NFL.com -- Rank: 32

The losses continue to pile up while Urban Meyer continues to give Shad Khan buyer's remorse on a biblical scale. After another lopsided defeat, this time to the Titans, the Jaguars have lost 20 consecutive games. They haven't won since last year's season opener, and they're the first team to lose 20 in a row since 1977. That team, Tampa Bay, was an expansion franchise. Jacksonville hasn't been able to lean on that excuse for 26 years. "You can't wrap your head around that," running back James Robinson said of The Streak. "We've got to find a way to win."

CBS Sports -- Rank: 32

So much for rallying around their embattled coach. They just don't have the players to compete for an entire game and the game-time decisions are lacking. The losing streak is now 20 games. Ouch.

USA Today -- Rank: 32

Urban Meyer said Sunday that rookie Trevor Lawrence was "not quite comfortable with" quarterback sneaks. Lawrence said otherwise. Discuss amongst yourselves.

The Athletic -- Rank: 32

Breakout player: The only offensive skill-position player we're excited to watch on a weekly basis (other than Trevor Lawrence, because, obviously) is wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. He's a ridiculous athlete and a legit deep threat ... if only the Jaguars would consistently make him part of the game plan. Jacksonville's offense was at its best this season vs. the Bengals in Week 4, when Shenault had seven targets that resulted in six catches for 99 yards. It's a mystery why the Jags couldn't get him more involved in Week 5 against Tennessee. He had just one target, which went for 58 yards, late in the game.

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