Jaguars vs Dolphins : The Jacksonville Jaguars are going to match up against the Miami Dolphins for the all important Week 3 of the preseason. It’s (kind of) real live football again.
The starters on both sides will likely play a good portion of snaps, including newly signed quarterback Nick Foles. Speaking of quarterbacks, I wouldn’t be surprised if one of Josh Rosen or Ryan Fitzpatrick plays deep into the second half. There is a legitimate quarterback battle going on there and new head coach Brian Flores needs to make a decision this week.
The Jaguars have lost both of their games so far this summer, with the latest defeat coming at home against the Philadelphia Eagles last Thursday. Jacksonville, who had failed to score any points in its first preseason game, again sat most of its starters in the 24-10 defeat.
Jaguars coach Doug Marrone, however, indicated some of the starters were likely to feature against Miami, after missing out the first two games of preseason.
The Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, for Preseason Week 3.
Rick Ballou, Jaguars sideline reporter
1.Offensive issue to watch: All the attention will be on quarterback Nick Foles, but the state of the offensive line is extremely important. If Cam Robinson, Andrew Norwell and Jawaan Taylor all play, it would be a huge step in developing some chemistry before the opener against Kansas City.
2.Defensive issue to watch: I want to see how middle linebacker Myles Jack does in a game situation with the first-team defense. He called the plays a year ago, but with Telvin Smith gone, he takes complete control of this unit. With uncertainty at weak-side linebacker and inexperience at safety, it will be interesting to see if all the right calls are made.
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