In this young season where the Jacksonville Jaguars have struggled, their toughest challenge could be Sunday’s opponent, the Chicago Bears. After a big win Monday night, the Bears proved once again that they’re a playoff contender. Their defense played extremely well forcing Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to throw five interceptions.
The Jaguars offense has yet to find themselves. They have struggled to consistently move the ball and find steady offensive production, forcing them to rely on their only offensive weapon, Maurice Jones-Drew. Their inconsistency on offense includes their quarterback, Blaine Gabbert.
The only hope for the Jaguars is that the Bears will have a letdown after Monday night’s peak performance. If the Bears come into the game flat and Jacksonville can develop a dependable offense, the Jaguars could possibly pull off an upset.