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Key Coaching Decision #1: (JAC ball, trailing 17-12 / 2-point conversion attempt / 4:38 Q3)
• After a Jaguars touchdown, Doug Marrone decides to go for two and make it a three-point game. Blake Bortles throws a pass to Dede Westbrook that falls incomplete, which keeps the Jacksonville deficit at five points. We feel with an entire quarter left to play, the correct decision would have been to attempt the extra point and add another point to the scoreboard.
Key Coaching Decision #2: (JAC ball, trailing 24-18/ fourth-and-1, JAC 36 / 4:26 Q4)
• Jacksonville decides to go for the first down. Blake Bortles scrambles and picks up the first down and extends the drive. Even though the play resulted in a first down, this was a risky decision by the Jaguars coaching staff. With two timeouts remaining plus the two-minute warning, there would have been another opportunity.
Key Coaching Decision #3: (JAC ball, trailing 24-18 / fourth-and-1, JAC 48 / 3:41 Q4)
• Again facing a fourth-and-short, the Jaguars decide to go on fourth down — only this time, Bortles’ pass falls incomplete and the Eagles take over in Jacksonville territory with under four minutes left to play. Philadelphia picks up two first downs and runs out the clock for the win. The Jaguars were aggressive in going for the first down, but it was the same situation as in Key Decision #2: they still had two timeouts and the two-minute warning. And being near mid-field, there was a better chance of pinning the Eagles deep in their territory with a good punt, giving a solid Jaguars defense a chance to make something happen.
• Carson Wentz, since his return from injury, has played well. But he had two more turnovers on Sunday, including an interception in the end zone. He has seven fumbles in only six games played and he needs to protect the ball moving forward as the Eagles try to make a playoff run.
• Rookie running back Josh Adams played his best game to date, finishing with 61 yards rushing on only nine carries. The undrafted back from Notre Dame helped Philadelphia stay balanced on offense as they totaled over 130 yards on the ground and almost 400 yards of total offense.
• Jacksonville called nine running plays and over 40 pass plays on Sunday, which is hard to understand considering how Bortles has struggled throwing the ball all season long. When the team traded for Carlos Hyde last week, the thought was it would help jumpstart a struggling running game, but that was not the case in London.