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Say Goodbye to the ZBS

12 June 2015 - 12:50 PM

There have been murmurs of the team ditching the zone blocking scheme since Marrone and Olson were hired, and those reports are being confirmed by Oehser now. 

 

12.The Jaguars will lean more toward a gap-blocking scheme than zone. This was something that was discussed more this week than early in OTAs, with Bradley saying the emphasis on gap-blocking has been accompanied by the offensive linemen adding bulk and size in the offseason. Offensive guard Zane Beadlesicon-article-link.gifalso has widened his stance to transition to the adjustment. Look for less emphasis on the outside zone running game as the Jaguars make this transition.

 

 

 


Jags are one of 9 Teams on the Rise-NFL.com, A.Schein

05 May 2015 - 10:55 AM

 

4) Jacksonville Jaguars (2014 record: 3-13)

 

I think Jacksonville drafted a whopping five players who can contribute right away. Dante Fowler Jr. was the best pure edge rusher in the draft. T.J. Yeldon can start at running back, while A.J. Cann should start in the interior of the O-line. Defensive back James Sample is a perfect fit in Gus Bradley's defense. Receiver Rashad Greene can play and will help Blake Bortles in the passing attack.

It's a big year for Bradley and Dave Caldwell. The coach and general manager both need to show progress. I believe in the combo and believe the Jags, who enjoyed a strong free agency period, will surprise some folks with the arrow pointing up.

 

 

 

http://www.nfl.com/n...after-nfl-draft


Voluntary Conditioning/ReHab starts 4/21/15

20 April 2015 - 02:13 PM

As guys begin to show up to workout and rehab injuries I found it interesting that a couple of these guys are healthy, or really close to it. 

 

(Miller, Pasztor, AR) 

Linebacker Paul Posluszny said last week that he has completely recovered from the torn pectoral muscle that cost him the final nine games of the 2014 season and has been working out normally. He said he just needs to get final clearance from team physician Kevin Kaplan and he will be a complete participant. Running back Denard Robinson(foot), receiver Allen Robinson (foot), receiver Tandon Doss (ankle), offensive tackle Austin Pasztor (hamstring), and defensive tackle Roy Miller (knee) are expected to be full participants or limited only slightly. Defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks continues to rehab from surgery to repair a torn right ACL.

 

 

ESPN  ^


Greg Olson - What Do You Expect?

18 April 2015 - 04:52 PM

It's hard to know what we will see from a new O.C. with a (hopefully) bolstered line, a (hopefully) improving QB, a new TE and a some promising young receivers. 

 

We hear coaches talk about gearing their playbook to the strengths of the roster - and certainly they'll try to do so to some extent  - but we are often left wondering why they don't do it more.  

 

That said - we know we'll probably see some things in Jacksonville this year that Olson did in Oakland last season. 

  If you have any Oakland offensive examples to share - please do so.....

 

Here are a few things I hope we DO get to see carry over:

 

 

#1 --  TE seam

 

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Rivera in motion before snap ^


Video Editing Software

07 April 2015 - 10:17 AM

Hi guys.  Just thought I'd see if any of you folks are experienced in video editing and would recommend any Mac-based freeware or consumer-level software that rivals or supersedes iMovie?  

 

I'm new to this - but have several clips and stills to edit together for a 3-4 minute montage.  Will be using audio already embedded as well as a separate audio source at times.  (Bits of 4 different songs) \

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Recommendations welcome.