Thankfully, the Jaguars won. Dirk Koetter actually didn't call a pedestrian scheme, and then all of the sudden, Mike Thomas looks like Darren Sproles and MJD like a shorter LT? Best gadget I have seen in along time, was the double fake reverse, I think they realized the singlewing doesn't work with MJD, though I think they run it again in a few weeks with Zach Miller instead. I think the most surprising thing was Ernest Wilford proving to be a great recieving TE, much better then he was at WR. Garrard running downfield looked amazing, and if he had cut it off at the end or if he was a bit faster I think that would either gon for 6 or had been 50-60 yards. MJD though nearly broke it at the end, and WIlliams had to collar him or it would have been at least maybe a 30 yard run. Reggie Nelson really needed help back there, because hes falling back into the Cover 1 problems, he doesn't fit in that scheme, he's always better at rover. Sadly all the Jaguars win articles phrase it as though the Jaguars won by luck and that alone (ugh!). Only big miss i saw was Julius williams, and COx ended up just out of posisition at the goalline for the easy INT
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