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This year vs last year

06 May 2015 - 10:00 AM

In comparing this year's team to last year's four things immediately stand out.


1.  This year the Jaguars will be able to run the ball effectively.  I do know that this is a projection, but the OL is physically stronger.  Last year's players are coming back bigger and the additions of Cann and Parnell will make the OL a better run-blocking OL.  Also the loses of Toddman and the FB are minimal while the additions of TJ Yeldon and Pierce are significant.


2.  The S position this year is much stronger than last year's S position.  Both Browne and Sample improve the FS position and give added value to special teams.  I may have taken Adrian Amos rather than Sample, but I acknowledge that Sample probably has the higher upside.  Lofton will probably remain on the final 53 as the 5th S.


3.  Adding Julius Thomas at the TE position in FA definite improved the receiving ability of the position.  Also adding Sterling and Koyack strengthened the youth and future of the TE position.


4.  The additions of Fowler, Bennett, and Odrick improved the DL.  The Jaguars should increase their number of sacks and pressures on the QB this year.


5.  As a bonus the play of our QB should improve with his second year at the position and his preparations during the offseason.  2, 3, and 4 win seasons should be behind the Jaguars for many years.

DeAndre Smelter

10 April 2015 - 08:20 PM

Never heard of Smelter until he visited Jaguars.  So I went to Utube and watched some of his highlights.  He is real quick and fast.  One of those WR on a team that runs the ball all the time.  Could be a target in the later rounds or college FA.  Of course, if the Jaguars take a slot receiver in the second round, then unlikely that they would spend a draft pick on him.


07 April 2015 - 07:19 AM

On the daily Ozone feature on my computer the reply to John section is blocked due to problems with security certification.  Now one time John did answer the question I asked, but put the person as being from China.  So he may not be that thrilled with my approach, but hopefully that is not the issue here.  This problem has existed for about a week.


Does anyone else have this problem?  I would like the issue resolved if possible.

Winston the baseball player

02 January 2015 - 10:03 PM

In an interview after the Rose Bowl Winston said he was looking forward to playing baseball this summer.  If he declares for the NFL draft, he definitely won't be playing baseball this summer.


Where did that come from?  Is there any chance he doesn't turn pro this year?

2015 First Draft Pick

10 November 2014 - 09:19 AM

It is a little more than half way through the season so players are beginning to line up for the 2015 draft.  Here is a look at some of the top non QB who could be the Jaguars' selection.


Leonard Williams, DT, Southern Cal - Considered by many to be the best non QB in the 2015 draft.  Not much of a need for a DT on the Jaguars current roster.


Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska - Clemons is not producing like expected and he is getting older.  Gregory would strengthen the Jaguars pass rush long term.


Landon Collins, S, Alabama - Listed as a SS with the ability to play FS.  If the Jaguars staff thinks he can handle the FS position, then he would be my top choice.  The Jaguars are in desperate need of a FS who can tackle.


Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa - Would play RT for the Jaguars.  Obviously too high a pick for a RT one would think.


Shaq Thompson, OLB, Washington - Jaguars need to upgrade their LB corps like they upgraded the DL last year.  Need multiple picks/free agents.


If Shorts is not resigned, the Jaguars may consider adding a WR to this list.


Looks like Gregory, Collins, or Thompson could be a Jaguar in 2015.