The 5-4 Detroit Lions are hoping to add another notch to the win column this weekend as they take on the 2-7 Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags, however have some offensive weapons to keep an eye on. Here's the breakdown from the Lions Defensive Coordinator.

Lions Weekly Matchup: Jaguars
Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin talks about the Jacksonville offense with Tori Petry

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I think Teryl Austin said it best when he says "Offensively [the Jaguars] are young, but, they have a lot of really good talent."

But before you decide to not watch the game this weekend because of that preview. Know that (at least according to Yahoo fantasy football) Jacksonville's defense has forced zero turnovers and recorded just four sacks since Week 4.

That's right, I "Mr. Not-Really-Into-Sports" am in a fantasy league. I have no clue what I'm doing. Case in point - I drafted the Houston Texans in the first round. And the review of my draft said I would be lucky to get 3 wins this year. Well, I'm actually 6-4 now thank you very much. But, I still have no idea what I'm doing other than treating the add player like an excel sheet and looking to see if someone unsigned is doing better a player on my team, drop then add. It's only bitten me in the butt a couple of times. So, I have that going for me, which is nice.

Back to Jacksonville, it should be a good day for the Lions offense. Just as long as the Lions defense can make some turnovers happen.

The game will be shown on CBS - WWMT at 1 p.m. on Sunday.