Myles Jack

#44 LB / Jacksonville Jaguars / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 244 lb Age: 23 College: UCLA Bye 10

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Strong finish in finale

    Myles Jack had 10 tackles (six solo) and a half-sack in Sunday's loss at Houston, and totaled 107 tackles (75 solo), 2.5 sacks, one interception, one forced fumble and a touchdown this season.Jack reached double-digit tackles for the fifth time in 2018, as he was a relatively inconsistent producer this season with seven games at five tackles or fewer. The 23-year-old finished second on the team in total tackles, behind only Telvin Smith (who totaled 134). Jack wasn't a reliable IDP option this season, but if he continues the upward trajectory of his career, he could turn into one in short order.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Busy Thursday night

    Myles Jack had 13 tackles (eight solo) and a sack in Thursday's 30-9 loss to the Titans.Jack put forth one of the most productive outings of his young career Thursday, but it meant little as the Jacksonville Jaguars defense was steamrolled for 238 rushing yards by Derrick Henry. The 23-year-old now has 23 total tackles in the last two games and will look to continue that level of production in Week 15 against the injury-plagued Redskins.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Reaches double-digit tackles

    Myles Jack had 10 tackles (seven solo) and a fumble recovery in Sunday's 6-0 win over the Colts.It's the third time this season Jack has totaled 10 tackles, and Sunday's performance eclipsed his tackle total from the previous three games combined. The 23-year-old is an inconsistent IDP option as he is averaging less than five tackles in the nine games he didn't reach double-digits.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Notches first sack

    Myles Jack had five tackles (two solo) and his first sack of the season in Sunday's loss to the Eagles in London.The two solo tackles tied his lowest total of the season, as Jack continues to be difficult to rely on as an IDP option. The 23-year-old ranks second on the team with 52 tackles (35 solo) heading into Jacksonville's bye in Week 9.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Seven tackles Sunday

    Myles Jack recorded seven tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 20-7 loss to the Texans.Jack started the season strong with 18 tackles through the first two games, but he has otherwise been fairly inconsistent. The 23-year-old does rank second on the team with 48 tackles (34 solo) through seven weeks, as the Jags get set to take on the defending champion Eagles in Week 8.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Totals eight tackles

    Myles Jack had eight tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 31-20 win over the Patriots.Jack and Telvin Smith combined for 16 tackles as the interior of the Jacksonville Jaguars defense helped hold the Patriots to five yards per play. The 23-year-old currently leads the Jags with 18 tackles (14 solo) and an interception, and he has a worthwhile matchup against run-heavy Tennessee next Sunday.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Pick-six in season-opening win

    Myles Jack racked up 10 tackles (seven solo) and ran back an interception for a touchdown in Sunday's 20-15 win over the Giants.Jack's pick-six came in the fourth quarter with the Giants only trailing by four points. The score gave Jacksonville a two-score lead and proved the be the game-icing points. The 10 tackles Jack recorded were his second most in a single game. He's a big part of what has been a dominant Jacksonville Jaguars defense, and he'll look to continue his strong play when the Patriots come to Jacksonville in Week 2.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Shifting to MLB

    Myles Jack (ankle) is shifting to middle linebacker in the Jacksonville Jaguars' 4-3 base defense, John Oehser of the team's official website reports.Jack played 97.9 percent of the Jaguars' defensive snaps last season, but his role as the strong-side linebacker in the base defense -- alongside Telvin Smith and Paul Posluszny -- wasn't especially conductive to tackle opportunities. With Posluszny retiring, Jack will slide over to a more favorable position in the middle while Blair Brown likely takes over on the strong side in the base defense. Given that he's also locked in next to Smith in nickel packages, Jack shouldn't have much trouble improving on last year's mark of 5.6 tackles per game. Smith and Jack may soon form the best linebacker duo in the NFL, if they didn't already last season. Jack's ankle injury from the playoffs doesn't seem to be an issue.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Questionable to return to Sunday's contest

    Myles Jack suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's AFC championship game against the Patriots, Tad Dickman of the Jacksonville Jaguars' official site reports.According to Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL, Jack was carted to the locker room, signifying that the injury could be serious. He came up with a huge play in the second half of Sunday's contest, stripping Dion Lewis and recovering the fumble. The talented linebacker finished the game with six tackles. Jack will have the entire 2018 offseason to recover before reporting to training camp in July.

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    Jaguars' Myles Jack: Logs season-low 51 snaps

    Myles Jack posted three tackles (one solo) and one pass breakup Sunday against the Texans.In a game that was out of control early, with the Jags leading 31-0 at halftime, Jack's services weren't fully needed, and he played 51 of 62 possible defensive snaps. The second-year pro has recorded more than five tackles only once in the last five matchups, though, making him a difficult play in championship week.