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Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey is trying to get a spark for his team by changing the team's routines.
Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey is changing the team routine ahead of the teams road trip. Mark Long of the Associated Press is saying that the team has been starting the days later and practicing later as well. Despite all of the changes he has made, Mularkey has said that the bottom line is that the Jaguars need to make routine plays.
The Jaguars play their next two games on the road starting with Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders. The Raiders enter the game 1-4, and losers of two in a row. Despite that record, the Raiders are ranked No. 12 in defensive yards allowed per game. However, the Raiders are ranked No. 18 in rushing defense, allowing close to 112 yards per game.
The Jaguars on the other hand have gained the least amount of yards per game in the NFL. Gaining only 241 yards per game, including about 143 passing yards per game. The game kicks off at 4:25 p.m. from O.co Coliseum and will be broadcast on CBS.