Even in victory, the Jacksonville Jaguars suffer loss.
Defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks left Sunday's 22-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens in the second half with a triceps injury and it appears as if the defensive tackle will be lost for the season.
Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley was asked in Tuesday's press conference if Marks was headed to IR, and he confirmed the news.
“Yeah. He is going to be on IR," Bradley said. "We don’t know when. That’s up to Dave (Caldwell) when he does it.”
The former second-round pick's 2015 season was a disappointing one as he missed the team's first five games with the after effects of last season's torn ACL. In the four games he played this season, Marks had just six tackles and no sacks.
When healthy, Marks is the Jaguars best defensive player. Unfortunately, he wasn't healthy this season and the team did have some experience trying to replace him over the first five weeks of the season. Expect a combination of Jared Odrick (situationally), Abry Jones, Michael Bennett and Roy Miller to try to pick up the slack left from the Jags leading sack man from a season ago.