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New York Giants Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: 10 Players to Watch
August 10th, 2012 at 11:06 AM
After a 6 month hiatus from the gloriousness that is football, it is finally back and there is no better way to start the Mike Mularkey era than a matchup with former Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin. As dozens of players begin fighting for their professional lives tonight, here are 10...

Jacksonville Jaguars 2012 Training Camp Chronicles Day 3
July 28th, 2012 at 9:31 PM
***PHOTO1*** - The Jacksonville Jaguars placed a great emphasis on individual drills today. The most interesting event was when Jerry Sullivan verbally smote WR Taylor Price after messing up on a route-running drill. Price took his lumps and went back in line to perform his routes again. - The PUP list is...

Jacksonville Jaguars Fantasy Spotlight: TE Marcedes Lewis
July 11th, 2012 at 1:13 PM
***PHOTO1*** Everyone knows training camp is coming. Then before we know it the preseason arrives. Time to get on those football websites and register your fantasy teams ladies and gentlemen! Whether it's through the web, or in a live draft board with your friends, fantasy football 2012 is approaching for all...

Jacksonville Jaguars Quick Hits: Mandatory Mini-Camp Day 3 Notes
June 14th, 2012 at 10:40 PM
The Jacksonville Jaguars gathered for their final mini-camp practice this afternoon and tried to finish it off on a strong note in front of a crowd of almost 900 fans.  ***PHOTO1*** - TE Marcedes Lewis and DT C.J. Mosely were back on the practice field today, although Clint Session was nowhere to...

Jacksonville Jaguars Quick Hits: Mandatory Mini-Camp Day 2 Notes
June 13th, 2012 at 6:18 PM
With the first public practice of the year in the books, we have a lot more information going around on the Twitterverse. So, we're going to go over pretty much every detail that we could find. Enjoy the information overload after the picture. ***PHOTO1*** - Bryan Anger had a solid performance today,...

Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert is Poised to Have a Big Second Year
May 25th, 2012 at 11:55 PM
With Matt predicting big things coming from Jacksonville Jaguars OG Will Rackley. I think it's fair to do a reaction story about the player who will likely make the biggest leap going into his second year: QB Blaine Gabbert. I'm not going to sugarcoat it, Gabbert played badly last year....

Jacksonville Jaguars Place a Franchise Tag on Kicker Josh Scobee
March 5th, 2012 at 2:18 PM
***PHOTO1*** The Jacksonville Jaguars officially placed a franchise tag on Josh Scobee this morning, securing his spot on the roster at least until 2013. The value of the franchise tag is approximately $2.6 million dollars for one year. However, early reports from Scobee's camp indicate that he is not planning to...

Jacksonville Jaguars Fans, Meet Your New and Improved Coaching Staff
February 9th, 2012 at 11:57 PM
***PHOTO1*** Main Coaches   Head Coach: Mike Mularkey Mularkey, who was responsible for developing Matt Ryan, brings years of coaching experience as well as a more stringent attitude towards coaching. Has two years of experience as a head coach with the Buffalo Bills, going 14-18. Sure, he's not a "sexy" hire, but he has...

An Analysis of Major Needs for the Jacksonville Jaguars During the Offseason
February 1st, 2012 at 11:07 PM
Going into this offseason, the Jaguars have some needs to fill in te draft and during free agency. This time, we're going to go over the major needs that need to addressed. ***PHOTO1*** 1.  #1 Receiver A  legit #1 go-to receiver is sorely need by the Jaguars. Let's face it, when Blaine Gabbert...

Jacksonville Jaguars Tight End Marcedes Lewis Needs to Do Three Things During Off Season
January 31st, 2012 at 2:39 PM
It was quite apparent that Marcedes Lewis had a terrible season, complete with drops, slips and other various endzone gaffes that were worthy of an NFL Follies reel. So, with the offseason upon us, here are three things for him to do in order to bounce back in the 2012...

Jacksonville Jaguars Have Serious Problems Dropping the Ball
January 29th, 2012 at 4:50 PM
Yes, I know this was obvious problem throughout the year, but I have stats to back it up. Since the season ended, I decided to look at every game throughout the year, and counted every drop. By drop, I mean that the receiver had a fair chance at catching the...

Jacksonville Jaguars V. Atlanta Falcons Preview: 5 Keys to Victory
December 14th, 2011 at 9:36 AM
Here are 5 Keys to Victory as the Jacksonville Jaguars seek to maintain momentum in primetime as they face the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome. ***PHOTO1*** 5. Protect Blaine Gabbert  It''s simple, keep Blaine off of the ground and he can make plays for you, If Ray Edwards and John Abraham are...

Houston Texans V. Jacksonville Jaguars Review: the Good the Bad, and the Ugly
November 28th, 2011 at 8:41 AM
It was another frustrating day for the Jaguars offense as the Jacksonville Jaguars fell to the Houston Texans 13-20. Let's get it started. ***PHOTO1*** The Good Where would this offense be without Maurice Jones-Drew? Oh yeah, nowhere. Mojo had 166 total yards today, including 99 yards on the ground. Perhaps the Jags should...

Jacksonville Jaguars V. Cleveland Browns Review: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
November 21st, 2011 at 8:36 AM
It's just another unfortunate loss in Jaguarland. Let's get this thing started. ***PHOTO1*** The Good I'm going to get this out of the way. Blaine Gabbert had a pretty good day, overall. Did he make some bad throws? Yes. Did he wince in the pocket a few times? Yes. However, he was accurate...

Jacksonville Jaguars V. Indianapolis Colts Preview: 3 Key Matchups
November 11th, 2011 at 11:23 PM
As the Jacksonville Jaguars come off of the bye week to face the Indianapolis Colts. Here are three key matchups to watch as you're wondering how one player could impact a football team so much. ***PHOTO1*** 3.  RT Guy Whimper v. DE Robert Mathis Ugh. I'm hoping that Jack Del Rio decides to...

Jaguars 101 Mid-Season “Biggest Disappointment” and “Biggest Meltdown” Awards for Jacksonville Jaguars
November 9th, 2011 at 6:20 PM
It looks like two more 'awards' have been won for the Jacksonville Jaguars' mid-season superlatives.  ***PHOTO1*** Marcedes Lewis easily won the "Biggest Disappointment" award after going from Pro Bowler to 'sir-drops-a lot' after signing a big contract this offseason.  We're thinking that maybe the name of the award should be changed to 'The...

Jaguars 101 Mid-Season Superlatives: Jacksonville Jaguars “Biggest Disappointment”
November 8th, 2011 at 4:06 PM
***PHOTO1*** Which player has been the biggest disappointment for the Jacksonville Jaguars?  We have a few good candidates. Nominees for Biggest Disappointment  -Blaine Gabbert -Sure, the rookie quarterback was placed in a no-win situation, but he has not helped himself out. Poor mechanics and timid pocket presence has led to 62 QB rating and...

Jacksonville Jaguars V. Houston Texans Preview: 5 Keys to Victory
October 30th, 2011 at 12:15 AM
Five ways for the Jacksonville Jaguars to beat the Houston Texans and go into the bye week with newfound momentum and a one game trail in the AFC South. ***PHOTO1*** 5. Keep Blaine Gabbert Upright It's not a big secret, keep your young QB upright in the pocket. The offensive line did pretty...

Baltimore Ravens V. Jacksonville Jaguars Review: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
October 25th, 2011 at 11:53 AM
What a game! The Jacksonville Jaguars came up big on Monday Night against the heavily favored Baltimore Ravens and pulled out a victory 12-7. Time to get started. ***PHOTO1*** The Good The Defense was astoiunding. I'm giving props to everyone today. The defensive line, the linebackers, the secondary. Everyone stepped up and made...

Marcedes Lewis Needs to Step up for the Jacksonville Jaguars
October 20th, 2011 at 6:45 PM
How can the Jacksonville Jaguars’ anemic offense get on track? Some are suggesting that getting Marcedes Lewis going would be a start.   ***PHOTO1***   Vito Stellino wrote on Thursday that the Pro Bowl tight end needs to be a more intricate part of the Jaguars’ passing attack going forward. That’s a logical assertion, but...