The Jacksonville Jaguars have not forced a turnover since Week 4.
The Jacksonville defense rushed five or more players on 18.9 percent of drop backs in Week 6, a number that has increased every week since Week 3.
Jacksonville rookie DE Yannick Ngakoue leads the Jaguars with three sacks on the season.
Over the last three seasons, San Diego QB Philip Rivers has completed 80 of 108 passes (74 percent) for 962 yards with eight TDs and no interceptions against Jacksonville.
The Jacksonville defense will face Houston quarterback Brian Hoyer on Sunday in his first game back since suffering a concussion in Week 14.
The Jacksonville defense will likely be without LB Telvin Smith on Sunday, as he deals with a shoulder injury.
The Jacksonville defense will take on the Atlanta Falcons in Week 15, who have handed out 12 turnovers over the last four weeks.
The Jacksonville defense will look to rebound from a rough Week 13 performance that saw the Tennessee Titans rush for 210 yards.
The Jacksonville defense allowed just 79 rushing yards in Week 12, marking the third time in four weeks the group held an opposing team under the 100-yard mark.
The Jacksonville defense has allowed just 84.3 rushing yards per game over their last four contests, in which the team went 3-1.
The Florida Times-Union suggests the Jacksonville defense should dial up increased pressure in Week 11 against Tennessee.
The Jacksonville defense is getting more consistent play from safety Johnathan Cyprien this season.
Jacksonville's Week 9 opponent, the New York Jets, have allowed the fewest sacks of any NFL team in 2015.
The Jacksonville Jaguars will enjoy a bye in Week 8 after a big performance against Buffalo in London.