For Jacksonville's Derrick Harvey, Sunday's game at Houston was the first regular day he's had on the job in some time. Amidst a six-man rotation on the Jaguars' defensive line, Harvey played most snaps bulling forward from left end, both in three-man fronts and goal-line situations. The Jaguars moved their defensive front around for different blitz packages, but Harvey spent most of the game containing plays on his side, whether lined up over the guard or outside the tackle. Harvey's performance in the first three quarters was pedestrianùa marked improvement over his erratic, risk-taking containment job a week ago against Arizona. In the game's fourth frame, though, he gave Jaguars fans two more glimpses of what defensive line coach Ted Monachino has described as his "ability to take ov ...
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