Urban Meyer believes his Jacksonville Jaguars offense can get 500 yards a game going forward.
The Jacksonville Jaguars must have been relegated overnight to the Big Ten because head coach Urban Meyer thinks his offense can put up 500 yards a game, 250 rushing and 250 passing.
London’s Finest are venturing back to their second native homeland this weekend. Blessed with an 0-5 record, how sure are The Khans don’t leave Meyer on the tarmac at Heathrow? While the Ohio State Buckeyes had no issues with putting up 500 yards on Maryland and Rutgers in Big Ten play, he has to realize he is coaching the equivalent of pre-Greg Schiano Rutgers in the AFC South.
It is early, but this might actually be worse than the Bobby Petrino era of the Atlanta Falcons…
Urban Meyer thinks the Jacksonville Jaguars offense can be AFC South Ohio State
While there have been some positive moments from the Jaguars this season, they are one of only two winless teams through five weeks. Frankly, Dan Campbell’s Detroit Lions have played well enough to win at least two games by now. As for Jacksonville, the Jaguars can only hope to lose a game in the final seconds by a miraculous 50-yard field goal. 0-6 may be too hard to stomach.
The only saving grace is the Miami Dolphins are utterly toothless defensively under Brian Flores.