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jagherd

Member Since 15 Oct 2004
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In Topic: The Indianapolis Colts are a bad football team

Yesterday, 08:34 PM

You could really say that about all clot QBs of the last 20 years.


Lol! Well, to be fair, Harbaugh was pretty good in the playoffs (he had them within one dropped TD reception from being in the Superbowl,, basically by his own competitive will). That was a great AFCC Game in Pitt,, very close. But, that has been right at 20 years ago now.

In Topic: Jaguars expected to make a strong run at N. Suh

25 February 2015 - 05:09 PM

,but the fan bases expectations are already way too high and reality is going to be harsh.

As I just outlined in the updated salary cap topic, 17 teams have over 20+ mil to spend on FAs (many of them with 40+).

The rest of the NFL isn't just going to clear the yellow brick road to let the Jaguars sign all the elite guys like a majority of people here think.



Excellent points,, and I completely agree with you.

Of course the Jags will pursue available players. But, many of the "big name" players that actually do make it to the market have more options besides the Jags or Raiders.

In Topic: Thoughts and prayers needed for Dakota

23 February 2015 - 02:29 PM

Thoughts and Prayers are with you Dakota.

In Topic: What needs to be addressed on defense?

22 February 2015 - 05:03 PM

Whatever is needed to shore up that run defense. I remember a few game stretch it seemed the opponents just completely ran at will.

Cincy: (J Hill over 150 yds)
Dallas: (Murray, and whoever the other back was, made the Jags look silly)
Texans: (Foster and Blue running at will in Jax)
Giants: (Rashad Jennings looked unstoppable in the first half,, but started fumbling in the 2nd thank goodness)

There were a couple other teams that ran over the Jags too,, IIRC.
Chargers, maybe? I think they ran well in that game.

I know Poz getting injured was a big reason run defense looked bad. I'm not sure what stats say about the yearly run defense,, but my eyes told me the Jags really struggled.

Heck,, I think even the Colts in Jax ran well. Didn't Trent Richardson even have around 50yds and a TD? Trent Richardson, lol.

In Topic: What do the Patriots teach us ?

11 February 2015 - 10:33 AM

Remember when Fred Taylor said the preparation and game planning/game film were much more integrated in NE than Jville? He was amazed with that organization.


Exactly.
Corey Dillon said basically the same thing about the difference between the Pats organization and the Bengals,,
Moss did too I believe.

Some organizations are top notch,, much better than others. That's just the way it is.