- Jacksonville Jaguars' defense has been the difference maker in the first two weeks of the season.
- Head coach Doug Pederson praises the defense for their physical play and ability to keep the offense in the game.
- The defense has allowed a total of 38 points in the first two games, ranking 10th lowest in the NFL.
Doug Pederson is encouraged by the performance of the Jacksonville Jaguars defense in the first two games of the season. Despite the attention being on the offense, the defense has proven to be a key factor in keeping the team in the game. The defense limited the Indianapolis Colts to 21 points and the Kansas City Chiefs to 17 points. They have allowed a total of 38 points in two games, making it the 10th lowest total in the NFL. Coach Pederson praised the physicality and improved communication of the defense, as well as the individual efforts of players like Josh Allen, Andre Cisco, and Foye Oluokun.Read more at Jaguars Wire
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