New York Jets Game Notes: Week 4 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOVEMBER 13: Bilal Powell #29 of the New York Jets leaps into the endzone for a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams in the second quarter at MetLife Stadium on November 13, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to make it two road wins in four weeks as they visit MetLife Stadium to face the New York Jets.

Jacksonville Jaguars (2-1) at New York Jets (1-2)

History

  • Including playoffs, teams have split 12 previous meetings but Jets have won last 3 meetings dating back to 2011.
  • Jaguars posted 28-23 win in 2015 at MetLife Stadium in teams’ last meeting.

Jacksonville Jaguars By The Numbers

  • Defeated Ravens, 44-7, in London in Week 3.
  • With a win over Jets, Jaguars will equal victory total of 2016 (3-13 record).
  • Jacksonville has a 44-103 record dating back to 2008 (11-5, reached playoffs in 2007).
  • Jags have gone 3-22 in their last 25 road games dating back to 2014.
  • QB Blake Bortles: 23 TD passes, 16 INT in 15 games in ’16 (35 TD passes, 18 INT in 16 games in ’15).
  • Jacksonville has committed 32 turnovers in 19 games dating back to ’16; 25 by QB Blake Bortles (18 INT, seven lost fumbles).
  • Scored 89 points in three games in ’16 (318 points in 16 games in ‘16).
  • Bortles: sacked 141 times in 49 games dating back to ’14.

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New York Jets By The Numbers

  • Defeated Dolphins, 20-6, in Week 3.
  • 16 takeaways in 19 games dating back to ‘16 (30 takeaways in ‘15).
  • Totaled 37 takeaways in 16 wins, nine takeaways in 19 losses dating back to ’15.
  • Totaled 327 points, 31 offensive TD in 19 games since ‘16 (scored 387 points, 44 offensive TD in ’15).
  • Scored fewer than 20 points in 43-of-83 games dating back to ’12.
  • Allowed 36 TD passes, totaled 11 INT in 19 games dating back to ’16.

Things To Look For

You have to like what you’ve seen from both teams so far this year, although the Jaguars’ up-and-down play has been somewhat perplexing. The team has shown the capability of playing with teams and yet laid an egg in its only appearance at Jacksonville. Meanwhile, Todd Bowles’ club showed a lot of fight in last week’s near shutout of the Miami Dolphins. And is Blake Bortles finally ready to get on a roll? This is one of the more mysterious games of Week 4.

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