The Jacksonville Jaguars have a spotless record on the road for the 2023 season, with a 4-0 true road record and a 6-0 away from EverBank Stadium. This includes consecutive victories against Atlanta and Buffalo in London. With a 24-21 victory at Houston, the Jaguars secured their first winning road record since 2007.
The team attributes its road success to quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the team’s roster, and the close-knit relationships among its players. Jacksonville wants to carry this success back home, where they have a 2-3 record. Coach Doug Pederson believes that as the season continues, it becomes easier to keep the team focused and detailed.
The team aims to even their home-field record at 3-3 when they next face Cincinnati.
The Jaguars exhibited a strong offense against Houston, with a 7 of 13 third-down conversion rate. However, they struggled with dropped passes. The defense was led by Josh Allen, who delivered 2 1/2 sacks.
But not all was good news for the Jaguars, as Montaric “Buster” Brown struggled in coverage, allowing several passes and touchdowns to Houston receivers.
The Jaguars also faced an injury setback, with left tackle Cam Robinson being placed on injured reserve. Additionally, the team has not played on Monday Night Football since 2011 and looks forward to showcasing their team and plans for a new stadium on national television.