Jacksonville Jaguars Depth Chart
- TIAA Bank Field
- Head Coach
- Doug Marrone
- Offensive Coordinator
- John DeFilippo
- Defensive Coordinator
- Todd Wash
- Special Teams Coach
- Joe DeCamillis
- Defensive Scheme
Jacksonville Jaguars Roster
Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa hadn't recorded a sack in over a month coming into Sunday, but he took care of that problem. Bosa dropped Gardner Minshew twice in his team's throttling of the Jags, and he also did a beautiful job of holding running back Leonard Fournette behind the line of scrimmage by his ankle on what could have been a big gainer. Bosa was a wrecking crew up front, regularly ending up around the ball, and the Chargers Defense dominated the Jaguars. They only allowed 10 points, and their offense took care of the rest. It was the smallest point total they held an opponent to since Week 4.
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew returned to the starting lineup on Sunday against the Chargers and...well, it didn't go that well. Minshew was 24-for-37 throwing the ball for 162 yards and a touchdown while adding 31 yards on the ground. It could have been worse for Minshew, but it also could have been much, much better for a team that chose to bench veteran Nick Foles in order to give Minshew another chance at the starting role. He's a low-end QB2 moving forward.
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark made the most of a bad situation in Sunday's blowout loss to the Chargers, catching a team-high nine passes for 75 yards. He was targeted 10 times. With Gardner Minshew back in the starting lineup, Chark is back to being the top receiving option for the Jags. He's the only receiver on this team who you can have any measure of confidence in at this point.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette had a good matchup on Sunday against the Chargers, but was never really able to take advantage of that, rushing 15 times for 50 yards and adding 13 receiving yards on three catches. Fournette had a fairly sizable drop in passing game usage and the game script kept him from running more, so you should still be considering him a high-end RB2 moving forward.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Nick O'Leary caught his first touchdown since joining the Jags in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. On the day, O'Leary caught four passes for 30 yards and the score. He was targeted five times. O'Leary's been targeted at least four times in each of his games with his new team, but I still don't think fantasy owners should overreact to Sunday's score. Even at a shallow position like tight end, you aren't trusting O'Leary in the fantasy playoffs.