Under the Radar Results: Jaguars vs Broncos

Prior to Sunday's game, JagNation gave you a list of some key, under the radar players to watch against the Broncos. We are now going to examine how those players performed.

When the Jaguars were on offense:

Marcedes Lewis - Marcedes Lewis came up big in this game as he made three catches for 64 yards including a 30 yard touchdown.

Jaguars offensive line -
The more physical Jaguars offensive line pushed around the undersized Denver line en route to 155 rushing yards.

Dennis Northcutt - Northcutt was activated for the first time in three weeks and he caught three passes for 42 yards.

Elvis Dumervil - The Broncos speedy pass rusher was handled by Khalif Barnes for much of the game as he recorded just one tackle.

Boss Bailey - Boss Bailey had a solid game as he recorded seven tackles and a forced fumble.

Marlon McCree - The Denver safety was beat several times, but he did manage to get in on eight tackles.

When the Broncos were on offense:

Eddie Royal - Royal was deactivated for the game.

Broncos offensive line - The underrated Denver line allowed no sacks and paved the way for 131 Broncos rushing yards.

Daniel Graham - The backup to the injured Tony Scheffler caught one pass for an 11 yard touchdown.

Derrick Harvey - The Jaguars rookie was once again very close to making several big plays, but ended up with just two tackles.

Tony McDaniel / Derek Landri -
The tandem of Jaguars defensive tackles filled in for Rob Meier and tallied three combined tackles.

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