The Panthers aren’t the only team making the playoffs without having what you’d call known commodities at wide receiver. In fact, the Jaguars’ struggles to keep a pair of pass-catchers on the field have been even more of a challenge because of injuries. It was bad enough that top target Allen Robinson suffered a torn ACL in Week One. But then Allen Hurns suffered a high ankle sprain in Week Nine and hasn’t played since. Then in the last three weeks, they’ve lost Marqise Lee to an ankle injury, Larry Pinkard to a concussion and Jaelen Strong tore his ACL. Rookie Keelan Cole has been limited in practice this week as well, leaving them short on options for quarterback Blake Bortles.
Jaguars in constant flux at wide receiver
Pro Football Talk | Dec 29