The Jaguars hired Seahawks defensive coordinator, Gus Bradley, as their head coach.
From 2009-2012, Bradley served as the Seahawks defensive coordinator. Seattle’s defense made huge strides under the guidance of Bradley. Prior to working with the Seahawks, Bradley worked closely with Monte Kiffin in Tampa, as a defensive quality control coach.
In 2010, the Seahawks’ defense allowed 368.6 YPG (27th in the league) and 25.4 points per game (25th) In 2011, the Seahawks’ defense allowed 332.2 YPG (9th in the league) and 19.7 points per game (7th). In 2012, the Seahawks’ defense allowed 306.2 YPG (4th in the league) and 15.3 points per game (1st).
In 2012, the Jaguars team defense ranked 22nd against the pass, 30th against the rush and had a league low 20 sacks.