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NFL Draft Report: Jags Willing To Trade Up For Trent Richardson, or maybe Blackmon

Welcome to draft day, 2012, where everything is a lie with the always possible sprinkle of truth.....maybe. As fans, we are stuck in fascination. Do you know what I mean? We are like children...

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Let's Talk Defense

After all, didn't Donald Brown leave us feeling like all hope was lost in 2010..... There are many players in this draft that I'd like to see on the Jags but for this discussion, let's throw...

Football Outsiders talks Jags/Chiefs: Jacksonville Jaguars 20 at Kansas City Chiefs 42 Bill...

Football Outsiders talks Jags/Chiefs: Jacksonville Jaguars 20 at Kansas City Chiefs 42 Bill Barnwell: Chris Chambers is a healthy scratch for the Chiefs for the second week in a row. That whole resurgence thing didn't go so well. Mike Thomas returns a punt 49 yards against the Chiefs but has the ball knocked out of his hands as he falls down. A Jaguars player tries to, of course, scoop the ball and run with it. This ends less than well. The Chiefs recover, and Thomas Jones runs 70 yards on first down to set up a Jamaal Charles touchdown. You know, Rich Gannon might be the worst color commentator in the league. No one clings closer to conventional wisdom. Not even Dierdorf. Will Carroll: I'm seeing more and more clear offensive PI. Mike Sims-Walker really got away with one where he had a full handful of the DB's jersey, then on the next play, Marcedes Lewis pushed off, Eric Berry didn't budge, and Lewis spent 20 seconds complaining. Bill Barnwell: It was actually a great play by Berry, who was able to get all the way around Lewis to bat the ball away. Tom Gower: The best OPI non-call in JAC-KC actually came earlier in the drive, when Todd Bouman threw out, and Deji Karim turned in, right into Derrick Johnson, who was running to get to the ball. There's very little doubt in my mind that if Karim had been the defensive player and Johnson the offensive guy, there's a flag for DPI, so why not flag for OPI? David Gardner: The commentators were going nuts over Todd Bouman's performance so far. I turn to my roommate and say, "Watch, he's gonna throw a pick now." Sure enough, he throws a pick-six and the Chiefs are up 28-20. And they're getting the ball back again. On a side note, I really like how enthusiastic their fans are -- especially compared to an empty stadium in Tampa. Tom Gower: Todd Haley, Genius Extraordinaire, just decided to eschew the field goal attempt and go for it on fourth-and-three from the 24 with the Chiefs leading 28-20 with 11:16 to go in the game. I'll just go write up the Martz Award now. Bill Barnwell: That's a somewhat defensible move -- the Jaguars defense is awful.

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Titans D-line Article

A friend of mine told me the Titans D-line was smallish and their opponents had large lines which made it amazing how well they had played against the run. I did a little research over at BigCatCountry on size averages to get a glimpse of if size matters. Hope you enjoy.

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Does Size Matter?

    *Pictured Right: Jaguars 318 lb. G Uche Nwaneri My buddy Blake is an avid football watcher. Until the last two weeks, he's never really had a team to call his own. He follows styles of...

ProFootballFocus Update: On the rookie of the year race: 4. Jaguars DT Tyson Alualu (+4.5, 288...

ProFootballFocus Update: On the rookie of the year race: 4. Jaguars DT Tyson Alualu (+4.5, 288 snaps) Couldn’t get to the quarterback in Week 5, but he was strong enough against the run to impress us. Complete defensive tackle who isn’t the finished product, but certainly isn’t looking like a reach. Last week: 6th and in the 32 teams, 32 observations article: Jacksonville: Terrence Knighton has missed more tackles (four) than made (three).

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My Garrard Argument

via cache.boston.com Alfie, my comment got long again.... I was reading the comments in this article and i commented........

Football Outsiders Update: As of 10/05/10, The Jaguars ranks are: Offense-20. Defense-30. and...

Football Outsiders Update: As of 10/05/10, The Jaguars ranks are: Offense-20. Defense-30. and Special Teams, second in the league to Seattle. This makes the Jaguars the 26th-best team in the league at playing football. Keep in mind that these stats are pre-Buffalo and will be updated sometime today (im assuming). UPDATE: The Jags offense moved up to 17th. Everything else stayed the same.

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Football Fan Anonymous

In the movie "Gladiator" Russel Crowe plays a character that is fictional, yet an embodiment of Roman characteristics. I'm writing of a character that is embodying the internet Jaguars fan (on...

rumored: Alphonso Smith for a 5th round pick. this is the CB that Dener gave a 1 for. Second-year...

rumored: Alphonso Smith for a 5th round pick. this is the CB that Dener gave a 1 for. Second-year player

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Paul Kuharsky's Chat: Chris (FL) Who do you predict will be the Jags starting safties? Paul...

Paul Kuharsky's Chat: Chris (FL) Who do you predict will be the Jags starting safties? Paul Kuharsky (3:27 PM) Well, I need to know if the outsider they bring in will be a strong or a free.

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The Greg Jones Discussion

Alfie, My apologies for stealing your topic. My comment just got too long.    Now to the topic, I love that you brought it up. Jones may be my favorite player on the Jaguars roster. Ryan...

ProFootballFocus talks Jaguars Pass Protection: No. 31 — Jacksonville Jaguars If there’s one per...

ProFootballFocus talks Jaguars Pass Protection: No. 31 — Jacksonville Jaguars If there’s one person in the NFL we feel gets a raw deal from fans and the media alike, it’s Jaguars quarterback David Garrard. He’s arguably the best running QB there is, easily a top-15 passer and for the last two years has struggled with far worse protection than he should expect. The poor performance on the part of his offensive line is exacerbated by the fact that the complementary players are some of the best available at their positions. Tight end Marcedes Lewis had an excellent year all around, including his pass blocking, where he was left in to block often (125 times) and only conceded pressure five times (not one of them a sack). When you add to this Maurice Jones-Drew challenging Clinton Portis for the title of best pass-protecting HB (logging a huge 143 snaps in pass pro and only allowing three hurries), you may wonder why Garrard ever has to move. Unfortunately, the answer is all too obvious. Starting two rookie tackles is fraught with risk and, although they did about as well as may have been expected by unbiased observers, what really didn’t help was the limited support they received from inside. Uche Nwaneri actually did a pretty good job, but Vince Manuwai and — surprisingly — Brad Meester didn’t. With the two veterans having difficulty themselves, it left a phenomenal amount of responsibility on the tackles and the results — if not the manner of the problems — were similar. For 75 percent of his games Eugene Monroe was above average, but in the remainder he was awful: very boom-or-bust with lots of sacks but a respectable number of hurries. For the most part he had his man, but when he got beat it was often clean. It’s to be hoped this suggests that he can turn things around quickly but it’s always difficult to know which way players will he’ll go from year to year. On the other hand, Eben Britton didn’t end up with a massive sack count against him (five) but was the source of a constant stream of pressure from Garrard’s front side. His 40 pressures lead the NFL in the regular season. He had a good three-game stretch (Weeks 11-13) but that aside, he really needs to step up and play better.

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more bad reporting, not Jags related but still pitiful OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP)—Ravens coach John H...

more bad reporting, not Jags related but still pitiful OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP)—Ravens coach John Harbaugh says Baltimore rookie Terrence Cody(notes) has had surgery on his left his left knee and will be sidelined for two weeks. The procedure, performed last week to repair a torn lateral meniscus, leaves the nose guard questionable for the Ravens’ season opener against the New York Jets on Sept. 13. Ravens coach John Harbaugh says there’s a chance Cody could be back for the opener, but says "for the bigger guys, sometimes it takes a little longer." Fisher says the good news is the Titans "have a lot of depth on the defensive line right now." Cody had said last week that he didn’t think he would need surgery to address swelling in his knee. The 6-foot-4, 349-pounder from Alabama says that he doesn’t have a history of knee issues.

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Great Russel Allen Article

ESPN.com had a great article dated july 20. 2010 It sums up his first year and how he had more tackles for a udfa defender than in the last ten years.... Also how only 4 or 5 rookie LBers averaged more tackles per start. apparently ESPN still reports

No Cubic Zirconia here! this is now quote of the week -DT D'Anthony Smith in response to creating...

No Cubic Zirconia here! this is now quote of the week -DT D'Anthony Smith in response to creating real pressure on the QB after S Gerald Alexander said pressure busts pipes and creates diamonds. Great interview.

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QB Comparisons--2009 season

My friend and I recorded these stats off of ProFootballFocus pre-draft 2010. I don't know if the stats have changed since then but i was explaining to this particular Colt-friend of mine that...

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Madden Talk/ Tim Tribow photos

  these are two pictures that really happened and i thought it would be funny to share. I had the Jags and needed a backup QB so i got one with a strong arm. I never noticed the name, until i...

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Dear Colin

I was commenting on your last article and it got too big...    read this with an insightful and eager to converse tone: we tend to have good conversations so here goes this one i dont blindly...

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Mock Draft 2010

      I'll put who I think they will pick as the selection, followed by who I would pick. I'm not predicting trades. This is an "as is" Mock Draft. I did my best to choose who I think the team...

Crystal Ball I'm looking into the future and I'm seeing a trade back, even after Jimmy Clausen is...

Crystal Ball I'm looking into the future and I'm seeing a trade back, even after Jimmy Clausen is drafted by the (ok i can't say, its a surprsie). I'm seein us drafting in the late first with some more picks later. What? Oh yes, I'm seeing no Tebow. I'm also seeing a DT (cant say his name. its blurred). I'm seeing a new RB (rhymes with chicksgun). I'm seeing a position that is also a band name. I'm seeing a QB with only 1 year starting exp. This guy has a canon arm. I wouldn't have pegged him for a Pro Bowler. I'm seeing a C. That was a pretty good choice. Alabama was good. I'm also seeing a 9 win season. The problem with that is we are left without a top pick to choose a star QB next season. Good thing we got that kid in the 4th.

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Jimmy Clausen, Should We Want Him?

Should the Jaguars take a look at Jimmy Clausen?

Kevin Kolb starts vs the Saints in early 2009. His first of two career starts. Final Stats: 31/51...

Kevin Kolb starts vs the Saints in early 2009. His first of two career starts. Final Stats: 31/51 for 391 yds, 2 TD, 3 INT, 60.8% cmplt 1 INT was a chunk downfield. "hail mary" type.

Jaguars Team Needs

1) pass rush.they had 14 sacks in 16 games, last I read. That's embarrassing for a team that has a defensive head coach. DE's Derrick Harvey (8th pick in 2008) and Quentin Groves didn't make much...

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2010 DraftTek's Mock Draft: Jaguars Selections

DraftTek.com is a really cool draft site if you have never been there. They allow you to make your own mocks based off team needs and their computer fills all team slots for you based off of their...

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Reflections

Socrates in a state of Reflection   To truly begin a new year, one must take a small look back. I googled quotes about reflections and the one your about to read, I feel, fits the state of the J...

Per Pro Football Talk in a chat on SNF: 9:46pm ET - Do you think that Jack Del Rio will be fired...

Per Pro Football Talk in a chat on SNF: 9:46pm ET - Do you think that Jack Del Rio will be fired this week? Unlikely. He reportedly is meeting with the G.M. on Tuesday the 12th. If the team is sold (and there are reports it could be) then all bets are off. PFT Link

Mock Draft--Please Read ALL 17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida Pro Football Talk...

Mock Draft--Please Read ALL 17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida Pro Football Talk recently published a story speculating that the NFL owners have agreed to allow Tim Tebow to slide all the way down to Jacksonville in the 2010 NFL Draft. There's no question that Tebow needs to fix certain things in his game, including his footwork, release and comfort in a pro-style offense. However, he's the only one who can save the Jaguars. You'd expect any 7-6 NFL team to be able to sell out home games. However, that's not the case in Jacksonville. Thousands of seats are empty every Sunday. The exception was the Dolphins game, where 60,000 people filled the seats. Unfortunately, most of them were Miami fans. When the Dolphins scored a touchdown, it seemed as though everyone in the stands stood up and cheered. It was pathetic. Some experts believe Tebow won't be able to transition to the NFL. I don't completely agree with them - Alex Smith and Vince Young's improvement has strengthened my argument - but it's not about Tebow being an NFL quarterback here, and it has absolutely nothing to do with his draft stock. This selection simply makes all the sense in the world because Tebow is an iconic figure in Florida, and thousands of people would go to every Jaguars game just to see him. Football is a business, and Tebow would be a tremendous financial investment for Wayne Weaver. --Im about to go look up the PFT Article. This is ludicrous. Has anything such as this supposed act ever been done before?

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For starters, it's common knowledge in league circles that the Jacksonville Jaguars are shopping...

For starters, it's common knowledge in league circles that the Jacksonville Jaguars are shopping Quentin Groves. Groves, a second-round pick in 2008 as a defensive end, has been moved this year to linebacker. On the team's current depth chart, Groves is listed as a third-stringer...... There also are rumblings that receiver Mike Sims-Walker could be available, too.

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