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Why the run game is struggling

TheJacksonville Jaguars have struggled to run the football through the first three games of the season, and as Eric Stoner explains, a lot of those issues are from the same reoccurring mistakes.

Gabbert shows quick growth

Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert showed a growth in patience and decision making from Week 1 to Week 2 in the preseason.

Film Room: Cover 3 concepts

Eric Stoner takes us through some of the concepts of used when a team is running Cover-3 coverage.

Film Room: Zone Blocking

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be employing more of a zone blocking scheme in 2013, so we break down the basics of the concept.

Cover-3 and run stopping

In the latest installment of 'Jaguars Film Room' Eric Stoner breaks down how the Cover-3 defense works in relation to stopping the run.

Breaking down Fisch - Part 2

Eric Stoner breaks down some of the repeated concepts from Jedd Fisch's tenure as the offensive coordinator of the Miami Hurricanes.

Breaking down Fisch - Part 1

Eric Stoner takes a look at some of the play calling tendencies for his offense with the University of Miami.

Bradley, the 4-3, and the LEO

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley runs a unique variation of the 4-3 that pulls from multiple defensive philosophies, utilizing something called a LEO. We explain what this all means.

Tyler Wilson Evaluation


NFL Draft Writeup of Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson

Bjoern Werner and Tank Carradine


NFL Draft Evaluation on FSU DE's Bjoern Werner and Cornelius "Tank" Carradine

Mike Glennon Evaluation


NFL Draft Writeup of NC State QB Mike Glennon.

Gene Smith's Fatal Flaw


Bill Barnwell's piece over at Grantland goes into a lot of detail outlining the demise of the Jacksonville Jaguars under the tenure of Gene Smith, and hits on the key theme of the Gene Smith era.

What's wrong with the Jaguars defense?

The Jacksonville Jaguars defense had some breakdowns against the Minnesota Vikings. We hit the Jaguars Film Room to look at what when wrong.


Switching Things Up

The Jacksonville Jaguars ran some run-and-shoot concepts in Friday night's preseason matchup with the New York Giants.


Mularkey/Bratkowski Offense (Pictures!)

Was killing some time and watching some 2011 Atlanta Falcons footage to see what MM and Brat were running last year. Here's some plays from the game vs the Titans.


Blaine Gabbert: What Can Be Done? (Part 1)

Before I dig too far into my thoughts on Blaine Gabbert, I’d like to expound on what I look for when evaluating quarterbacks. This is not a unique criteria applied solely to Gabbert – these are...


Blaine Gabbert Video Sampler Platter

It's up, over on DraftBreakdown. I’m in the midst of doing a fairly large write-up on what I thought of Blaine as a prospect, why his rookie year went the way that it did, and what he needs to...


The One-Eyed Monster, Volume III: Beating the Ravens' Cover 6 Defense

"The one-eyed monster – it never lies." – Joe Namath, referring to his projector In the "One-Eyed Monster" series, contributor Eric Stoner will post breakdowns with visual aides of certain plays...

Gabbert Preseason Game 3 Breakdown


Play by play analysis with video and pictures.

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