1. Pressure. The Jaguars haven't been able to sustain consistent pressure on most opposing quarterbacks this season, and the Bills signal caller, J.P. Losman, had plenty of time to throw for most of the day.
2. Tackling. No defense is perfect, and many fans and media types occasionally forget that the guys on the other side of the ball are getting paid too. That being said, the Jaguars defense missed a lot of tackles yesterday, really too many to count.
3. Play-calling. I almost never say negative things about play calling, because if a play works, the players normally get the credit, and if a play doesn't work, the blame usually rests with the coordinator. All plays are designed to work. However, I didn't agree with the short yardage runs to the outside against the Buffalo defense. It's easy to be a backseat coordinator, especially knowing the results, but I feel that running up the middle would've been a better call.
4. Red zone offense. The Jaguars were just 1/5 in the red zone, and 0/2 in goal to go situations. It's great that the offense scored on eight of ten possessions, but five field goals won't get it done against a quality opponent like Indianapolis.
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