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  • 10/27, 9:15 pm
    • Thomas (ankle) converted six targets into...

      Thomas (ankle) converted six targets into three receptions for 28 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

      Analysis: Thomas helped break the ice for the Jaguars with his 10-yard score, but the touchdown came after they were already facing a 27-0 deficit early in the third quarter. However, it marked Thomas' second straight game crossing the goal line, and third time overall on the season. While he hasn't cleared 28 yards since Week 2, the veteran tight end has seen five or more targets in all but one game this season. Although he continues to be a third option for Blake Bortles behind Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson, the sixth-year pro has established himself as a solid red-zone threat.

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  • 10/27, 8:57 pm
    • Robinson secured six of 15 targets...

      Robinson secured six of 15 targets for 70 yards in Thursday's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

      Analysis: The Jags' No. 1 receiver was considerably inefficient with the whopping 15 looks he received, hauling in less than half his targets for the second time this season. The first occasion was in the opener, when Robinson had the exact same catch-to-target figures. The 23-year-old has now failed to score in three straight games and has yet to record his first 100-yard effort of the season. He's also managed to bring in just 32 of his 70 targets to date (45.7 percent), a notably poorer success rate than the 52.2 percent he tallied in his breakout 2015 campaign. With the team in a freefall, Robinson will try to help right the ship against the Chiefs in Week 9.

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  • 10/27, 8:49 pm
    • Hurns (neck/shoulder) hauled in seven of...

      Hurns (neck/shoulder) hauled in seven of 11 targets for 98 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

      Analysis: Hurns served as the leading receiver on a night where Blake Bortles was able to accumulate plenty of stats in the second half due to a large deficit. The third-year wideout saw double-digit targets for the third time this season and came up just short of his first 100-yard effort of the campaign as well. With 56 looks through the first seven contests, the former Miami Hurricane is firmly entrenched as the Bortles' second-most targeted pass catcher, keeping him viable in all fantasy formats.

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  • 10/27, 8:44 pm
    • Yeldon gained 20 yards on three...

      Yeldon gained 20 yards on three rushes and hauled in all four of his targets for 36 yards in Thursday's 36-22 loss to the Titans.

      Analysis: Yeldon now has just nine carries over the last two games, but his four catches Thursday equaled his second-best reception total of the season. Due to the Jaguars falling into a 27-0 hole by halftime, rushing opportunties were at a premium, as Yeldon and backfield mate Chris Ivory combined for just seven carries on the night. With neither back truly separating themselves from the other to date and the Jacksonville offense in a significant state of disfunction most weeks, Yeldon's fantasy prospects continue be both capped and clouded at best.

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  • 10/27, 8:38 pm
    • Bortles completed 33 of 54 passes...

      Bortles completed 33 of 54 passes for 337 yards with three touchdowns with no interceptions in Thursday's 36-22 loss to the Titans. He also gained 22 yards on four rushes.

      Analysis: While the overall stat line paints a largely different picture, Bortles once again couldn't keep the offense on sustained drives consistently. He was unable to get his team into the end zone until early in the third quarter-- after the Jaguars already faced a 27-0 deficit-- when he capped off an 11-play, 75-yard drive with a 10-yard scoring pass to Julius Thomas. Bortles then added a pair of touchdown passes to Allen Hurns and Bryan Walters in the last three minutes of the game, but the numbers just served as window dressing in the double-digit rout. The outing was Bortles' third 300-yard performance of the season and his fourth with double-digit touchdown passes, so he continues to be serviceable for fantasy purposes, even as he has been frequently ineffective in a real-world football sense. Bortles and the Jags will try to improve on their 2-5 record when they take on the Chiefs in a Week 9 road tilt.

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