Bengals win Tunnel drives rebound. Joe Burrow showed a ton of balance in driving a fight against eminent loss win. He didn’t play gravely in the principal half,
yet the Bengals had a zero on the scoreboard entering the break because of a missed field objective and a great deal of ownership time for the Jacksonville offense. However, Burrow came out ablaze in the subsequent half and drove a scoring drive on each of the four of Cincinnati’s second-half belongings.
He had unshakable pass assurance for the second week straight; as indicated by Next Gen Stats, his normal chance to toss (2.73 seconds) was a quarter-second more than it was in Weeks 1-3. The outcome: 17 consummations on 20 second-half endeavors.
Large walks for Lawrence. This was by a wide margin Trevor Lawrence’s best game for Jacksonville. Beside relieving the turnover bug that ruined his initial three trips, he disappointed the Bengals safeguard through the air and on the ground.
He took all the more simple culminations under inclusion, was an ideal 7-for-7 on play-activity tosses, and discarded the ball when required. He ran the ball more adequately than the case score will acknowledge him for (36 yards), moving the chains with alternative guardians to keep drives alive.
He likewise was working without one of his top focuses in WR D.J. Chark, who left on the initial drive with a physical issue.
Uzomah comes up tremendous. Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah. The previous fifth-round pick didn’t get a ball before halftime, however ended up being Jacksonville’s demise with five gets for a profession high 95 yards and two scores from that point.
Tunnel hurt Jacksonville on play-activity rollouts, remembering for Uzomah’s first score, and the tight end did a lot of harm on the match dominating drive, also: a first-down catch to the Jaguars 43, and a 25-yard gathering on a second and-14 play that put the Bengals in field-objective reach.
Seismic force shift. There’s no exaggerating how much force the Bengals had the option to seize in only a couple of moments on each side of halftime. Were it not for their fourth-down stop on their 1-yard line before the a large portion of, the Jaguars’ eventual 21-0 lead might’ve prompted an alternate result.
All things being equal, Cincinnati took a considerably more reasonable 14-0 shortage into the storage space, then, at that point, arisen for a fast TD drive to open the subsequent half, trailed by a three-and-out cautious series. By then, at that point, the homegroup had been revived,
and the game gradually got away from Jacksonville, as the Bengals snapped a 20-game losing streak when following by at least 14 focuses, per NFL Research.
Here’s to you, Mr. Robinson. The Jaguars instructing staff has gotten Jaguars running back James Robinson continuously more conveys each game this season – only five in Week 1, then, at that point, 11, 15, lastly 18 on Thursday night.
It’s no mishap that the Jacksonville offense has, thus, gotten continuously more productive. Constraining Cincinnati to regard Robinson on Thursday night is the explanation the choice guardian was open for Lawrence, also some decent play-activity passes.
Robinson completed 18 for 78 on the ground with two scores; he’ll should be vital to whatever progress the Jaguars make unpleasantly going ahead.
Cutting edge detail of the evening: With a 14-0 lead and ownership on the Cincinnati 1-yard line close to the furthest limit of the principal a large portion of, the Jaguars’ success likelihood topped at 86%.
NFL Research: Urban Meyer’s 0-4 beginning in Jacksonville denotes a first for him as a lead trainer – his longest losing streak at the school level was three games while at Florida.