Leonard Fournette has rushed for 596 yards and scored at least one touchdown in each of the six games he has played for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The fourth overall pick believes he can be even better in the second half of the season. Fournette said he's a different running back now than he was a month ago. He has a better understanding of the offense and a better feel for the game, which should translate into even more success as the Jaguars (4-3) make a run at the AFC South title. "At the beginning of the season I was still trying to figure out the plays and stuff," Fournette said. "Just understanding [the] course of my runs and also just being more patient, I guess as the season has gone on I've gotten better with that." Fournette said the experience he gained in the first six games (he missed the team's seventh game with a sprained ankle), practicing against the Jaguars' defense every day, and working with running backs coach and former first-round running back Tyrone Wheatley are the biggest reasons for his improvement.
Jaguars' Leonard Fournette says second half of season will be even better
ESPN | Nov 2