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Lewis, Poz, Gerhart, and Clemons possible cuts via nfl.com

25 February 2015 - 05:30 PM

Wouldn't argue with any of them.  Clemons was solid but fa and the draft could change that.  Lewis sucks so Good riddance.  Gerhart is a powerback so if this team's line would have to dramatically improve to allow him to run.  Poz is way overpaid and slow.  My two cents

 

http://www.nfl.com/n...ho-could-be-cut


The jags may have a perfect storm for a good trade on draft day.

13 February 2015 - 12:41 PM

The Jags pick 3rd.  Most "experts" suggest there are only 2 major prospects at QB in the draft class.  They are also calling this the weakest draft class for QB in many years.  Free agency has nobody at QB worth a starting role.   If the Jags are sitting at 3 and one of the 2 major QB prospects are available, they should get plenty of offers to trade down from that spot.

 

Most of us want the jags to trade down every year but they never do.  This finally might be the year


Billick on the Jags

04 February 2015 - 05:55 PM

Jacksonville Jaguars

 

 

This one is simple. The Jaguars finished dead last in points and were second to last in passing offense and total offense. Despite those statistics being bad enough to get someone fired, I think the Jaguars will regret parting ways with offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch. Fisch is one of the great young offensive minds in this game, and to say he had his hands full with this offense would be the understatement of the year. The Jaguars were starting a rookie quarterback (Blake Bortles) who was handing off to a second-year running back who was a college quarterback (Denard Robinson) and throwing to a receiving corps that included three rookies. To blow up the entire offensive foundation in the biggest year for growth for all these players is a mistake. Now Jacksonville must start from scratch. Yes, the Jags will be a year more mature, but they'll also have to learn another new playbook.

And it's not like the defensive statistics were any better. The Jaguars finished 26th in scoring and total defense and ranked 27th against the run despite playing in a division (the AFC South) that also includes the Titans and Texans, two teams that were hardly offensive powerhouses.

Jacksonville is facing a steep uphill climb.

 

 

http://www.nfl.com/n...-offseason-work

 

I do agree that Fisch was put into a no win situation


I thought Gus was suppose to be a Defensive guru?

05 January 2015 - 02:09 PM

This team finished 26th in points per game allowed and 26th in yards given up. 


The Blueprint

02 January 2015 - 11:28 PM

Offensive Line:  I am not sold on anyone besides maybe Linder. This unit played abysmal most of the year. The worst thing to do is gamble and hope the young guys will get better.  Bring in competition across the board.  This is where the majority of free agent money should be spent.

 

Defensive Line:   When healthy this is one of the better lines in the league.  This line is good but getting a difference maker like JPP could turn this line from good to great.  The marks injury also really hurts so this probably will get filled in the 1st or 2nd round.  If there is no premiere talent available then spend most of the draft in this area

 

Linebackers:  This is an area that needs a complete overhaul.  Poz is a good vet but he is really a two down LB.   We need a new Mike LB and a new Sam.  Ideally you would love to see Telvin Smith use that Athletic ability to edge rush the QB from the weak side.   Telvin is the only long term player I see here.

 

Wide Receivers:  This area I am pretty happy with.  Lee became better later in the season and A. Robinson has fantastic hands.  Shorts should be allowed to walk with a more dependable veteran taking his place.  If Justin Blackmon does come back and can still play this could be a very dangerous young group.

 

Tight Ends:  Dire Need:  Lewis is way overpaid and under performed.  Let him walk and use that savings to bring in 2 good free agent tight ends. If you see one with playmaking ability snab him in the draft.  Harbor was invisible most of the year so he is a non factor

 

Secondary:   The CB position is actually pretty solid.  I hope gratz gets demoted to nickle and Colvin proves he can play outside.  The Safety position is a mess.  I believe this should be filled by signing 2 safetys in free agency.  Cyprien does make his fair share of tackles but also misses on many that allow big plays.  It's painfully obvious when you watch a game how many ball carriers make Cyprien miss or just plow right through him.  The FS spot needs a big upgrade.  This is an area that I believe veteran leadership is vital.  Some free agent money should be spent here

 

Running Backs:  Potential is there.  Toby played much better when he became healthy later in the season.  If D. Rob is coming back healthy I think it could be a one two punch.  If a solid one drops in day 2 or 3 in the draft snab him.

 

QB: I like all the traits we have seen in blake.  We just got to hope he comes back throwing less ints and more TD's.  Henne is a decent backup but ideally we would like to snag a veteran from free agency to replace Henne (even Vick)  I would like to see blake learn from a Qb who has done some great things with their career than Henne who has not been there.