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Jaguars 101 Pre-Draft Analysis: South Carolina DE Melvin Ingram
April 13th, 2012 at 11:45 PM
***PHOTO1*** Height: 6-2 Weight: 264 Draft Stock: He will not fall past the New York Jets at #16 although they might trade up even higher .   Overview Melvin Ingram was a vital part of South Carolina's defense in 2011. He is an undersized,  high-motor defensive end that has been a productive player in spite of...

Jacksonville Jaguars Free Agent Analysis: Indianapolis Colts Defensive End Robert Mathis
February 16th, 2012 at 9:10 PM
Defensive end Robert Mathis has been a thorn in the side of the Jacksonville Jaguars since he came into the league. He was a major reason for the Indianapolis Colts' decade of dominance over the AFC South, teaming up with Dwight Freeney to disrupt and sack opposing quarterbacks who were...

Indianapolis Colts V. Jacksonville Jaguars Preview: 5 Keys to Victory
December 30th, 2011 at 11:26 PM
Here are 5 Keys to Victory as the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Colts in the season finale. ***PHOTO1*** 5. Stop The Run Don't let Donald Brown emarrass you like he did last year. The last thing that this battered Jaguars defense needs to deal with is an effective play-action game.  4. Move The Chains Tire...

Indianapolis Colts V. Jacksonville Jaguars Preview: 3 Key Matchups to Watch
December 29th, 2011 at 11:49 PM
Here are three matchups to watch as the Indianapolis Colts come into Everbank Field to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in the season finale. ***PHOTO1*** 3. RB Maurice Jones-Drew v. LB Pat Angerer  It's the last clall. for the Jaguars' 2011 season and the Weavers need to sent off with a bang and what...

Jacksonville Jaguars V. Indianapolis Colts Review: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
November 14th, 2011 at 10:42 AM
It was an ugly game, but it was still a successful 17-3 victory for the Jacksonville Jaguars as they squashed the Indianapolis Colts. ***PHOTO1*** The Good  The Defense was very stout today, even with the injuries to Terrance Knighton and Rashean Mathis. Allowing only 3 points on offense for any team in the...