The Jacksonville Jaguars are already the worst offensive team in the NFL.
On Sunday they finished their 19-9 loss to the Oakland Raiders without running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who suffered an ankle injury. They were already without starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who had stitches in his throwing hand from the opener.
As the Jaguars prepare for the Seattle Seahawks, they are already 20-point underdogs out of the gate.
According to Coach Gus Bradley, via John Oehser, MJD has a chance to play Sunday with what is being termed a "strained" tendon in his ankle.
Gabbert likely won't play, meaning Chad Henne will get his second straight start. Gabbert, however, could have the stitches removed from his hand this week.
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