Just because the Jaguars’ 31 sacks were tied for the NFL’s fewest doesn’t mean coach Gus Bradley is going to revamp his pass rushing philosophy. No, the four-man rush will remain predominant in 2014 just like it was last year when the Jaguars rushed four on 74.4 of the opponent’s drop-backs. Nineteen of the Jaguars’ sacks came on a four-man rush, and only one came when they sent six or more rushers. Translation: It’s dependent on the guys up front to be better. More pressure on the quarterback will equal more off-target throws and turnovers and, hopefully for the Jaguars, more wins. It’s with that in mind that a focus for the Jaguars’ coaches this week at the Senior Bowl has been the pass rush in general and the defensive end position in particular.