Navy offense vs. Toledo defense: After playing well in their first two games, the Midshipmen have struggled offensively in all but one half of the past three games. Sophomore quarterback Keenan Reynolds, a candidate for the Davey O'Brien Award given to the top quarerback nationally, is coming off one of his worst games since taking over as the starter midway through last season. Reynolds rushed for only 31 yards on 16 carries and committed two costly turnovers in the 35-7 loss at Duke. Unlike past seasons, when offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper had the luxury of a backup he was comfortable playing, the Midshipmen have little in the way of depth at quarterback. But Reynolds also needs to get better blocking from an offensive line that lost two starters to injuries earlier in the season, and more production from fullbacks Chris Swain and Noah Copeland in order for the triple option to be effective. The Rockets had two weeks to prepare for the triple option and have played solidly against the run this season (142.7 rushing yards allowed per game). The Midshipmen will have to contend with Jayrone Elliott, a 6-foot-3, 240-pound defensive end who leads the MAC in sacks (5) and tackles for loss (7).