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Cobb is off the market. Resigns with Greenbay.

07 March 2015 - 11:51 PM

Just saw on NFL.com

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



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.





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.