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3 Jobs on the line this season?

11 May 2015 - 08:25 PM

Caldwell and Gus were hired to turn this team around.  Both are first timers at their positions.  Winning 7 games in two years is atrocious by any means.  Combine that with blowout losses that could of been much worse if it weren't for garbage time scores.  


Here we are after 3 drafts, 3 offseasons, and 3 years of rebuilding.  It has been said there is no time table for this rebuild but now is the time for results.  If it were another disaster season is it time to get a new GM/Coach?  The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over again while expecting different results.  If this team is picking near the top of the 2016 draft I hope Khan hits the reset button.


Caldwell:  Has done nothing stupid in the draft or free agency but nothing great either.  Marks is the closest player we have to a star so Kudos for some of the moves he has made.  This is his roster so after 3 years with almost unlimited Cap space it's time to see some results.


Bradley:  He was brought in to be the defensive "guru." While the defense has ranked close to dead last overall the last two seasons.  Yes talent was an issue so he does have that excuse.  Despite Fowler being injured this still is a solid front 4.  It's time to see this defense to start to point in the right direction.  We won't even discus the numerous mis managed games and horrible management of the time clock in a handful of games last season.  That lays strictly on the Head Coach.


Bortles:  I personally believe that Bortles is going to be a good Qb.  I am hopeful this is his breakout year with an improved line and receivers. Then again I have been wrong before.  Bortles showed flashes of brillance and despair.  Thats expected of a rookie so year two will paint the long term picture.  If there is not vast improvement the Jags may need to pick another QB. 


So do you believe their jobs can be on the line following another bad season?

Weakest/Strongest Areas on the team?

04 May 2015 - 11:28 PM

Weakest= Safety.   Cyprien sucks (misses or whiffs on too many tackles) and there is no answer at FS right now.  Hopefully it gets sorted out by preseason but by far IMO the weakest area on the team.


Strongest= Dline.  Once Marks comes back healthy this could be one of the best in the league.

Jaguars one of the "big winners" from the draft via NFL.com

03 May 2015 - 11:52 AM

Jacksonville Jaguars

Dante Fowler was the cleanest, safest pass rusher in the class. It's exactly what Jacksonville needed. T.J. Yeldon gives the team a big back to give the ball to plenty. General manager David Caldwell then found some great Day 3 values with Louisville safety James Sample, Florida State wide receiver Rashad Greene, and Ohio State defensive tackle Michael Bennett.

It's Year 3 for Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley. It's go time, and Bradley finally has enough weapons on both sides of the ball to implement his vision. -- Gregg Rosenthal



Jaguars select fowler

30 April 2015 - 07:28 PM

They made the pick real quick. Caldwell got his guy. Best player in the draft. Looks like there was no trade down value. The Leo position is filled

So if the Jags stick at 3 who do you want to draft?

28 April 2015 - 05:52 PM

I'm going with Cooper. Help blake out and get him a true #1. Allen Robinson has #1 talent ability but he has to prove it first.  Cooper has all the traits you look for.