<a title="Jacksonville Jaguars T-Shirt" href="http://www.jaguarscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-t-shirts">Jacksonville Jaguars T-Shirt</a> , Fournette hurt again Last week the Jaguars couldn’t move the ball into the opponent’s red zone, as quarterback Blake Bortles and the offense looked like a casting call from “The Walking Dead”. It was a different story this afternoon, however, as Bortles put the offense on his back for a majority of the game and led multiple scoring drives, propelling the Jaguars to a 31-12 win over the visiting New York Jets at TIAA Bank Field.Bortles passed for a career-high 388 yards and 2 touchdowns with a 121 quarterback rating, and wide receivers Donte Moncrief and Dede Westbrook each surpassed 100 yards receiving on the day. The highlight of the passing attack, being a 67 yard bomb for a touchdown from Bortles to Moncrief.The aerial attack was sorely needed, as the Jaguars lost star running back Leonard Fournette, active for the first time since Week 1 <a title="Jacksonville Jaguars Hats" href="http://www.jaguarscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-hats">Jacksonville Jaguars Hats</a> , to a reaggrevation of the same hamstring injury that kept him out the previous two weeks. The team also lost center Brandon Linder early to what was described as a back injury. The injury to Linder leaves the team very thinned out along the offensive line, with left tackle Cam Robinson already out for the season and guard AJ Cann and Jeremy Parnell already battling injuries, though both played the entirety of the game.The defense shut down the rookie quarterback Sam Darnold and the Jets offense for the most part, which included a rare safety scored for the Jags when Marcell Dareus and Calais Campbell stuffed running back Isaiah Crowell in the end zone. Defensive end Yannick Ngakoue and tackle Malik Jackson attributed for two of the team’s five recorded sacks.The win moves the Jaguars to 3-1 for the first time since 2007, and now sets up a marquee match up next week with the Kansas City Chiefs.Jaguars cuts tracker: Tracking Jacksonville roster moves, trades, rumors, updates, and more Now that the preseason is officially over <a title="Jacksonville Jaguars Hoodie" href="http://www.jaguarscheapshop.com/cheap-authentic-hoodie">Jacksonville Jaguars Hoodie</a> , the Jacksonville Jaguars will soon begin their 2018 NFL roster cuts. The Jaguars have until 4:00pm EST on Saturday, September 1 to get their roster down to the regular season 53-player limit.Stay tuned to this thread for lives updates on Jaguars cuts, trades, rumors, and more. The Jaguars might not officially confirm their roster moves until Saturday afternoon but some of their moves will slowly leak out through media reports before then. Hence the need for this tracker.Cuts and updates4:58 PM: Even with Marqise Lee gone for the year, UDFA wide receiver Allen Lazard doesn’t make the final 53. Roster stands at 83.4:50 PM: Brandon Wilds is released by the team, despite more rushing yards in the preseason than fellow running back Tim Cook. We’ll see if Cook makes it over Wilds. Roster stands at 84.4:23 PM: Former Florida tight end DeAndre Goolsby has been waived/injured. Roster stands at 85.1:39 PM: One less tight end on the roster as David Grinnage is released. Roster is at 86.1:34 PM: Great story from UDFA Tre Herndon. He most likely beat out Jalen Myrick for the No. 5 cornerback spot.1:12 PM: Jaydon Mickens is safe!1:01 PM: Michael Dunn has been reportedly released. Roster stands at 87.11:25 AM: Carroll Phillips has been cut. Roster is at 88 — the team never replaced Marqise Lee (thanks, Mike!)10:03 AM: The Jacksonville Jaguars will likely be busy on the waiver wire this weekend. Here are 22 players they should absolutely target.9:46 AM: Here’s what we think the 53-man roster will look like by weekend’s end. What about you? Alfie’s version | Ryan’s version9:30 AM: The Jaguars roster currently stands at 90 players. 37 moves to make before the deadline.