JACKSONVILLE, FL - SEPTEMBER 11: A general view of EverBank Field ahead of the Tennessee Titans versus Jacksonville Jaguars on September 11, 2011 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Let's spin around the internet and see what others are saying about the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jaguars QB Luke McCown doesn't expect much sleep this week | jacksonville.com
It's only been nine days since Luke McCown became the Jaguars starting quarterback and this weekend he'll face a defense that isn't easy for quarterbacks with more starting experience. "It means no sleep for me this week," McCown said.
Four Jaguars starters miss practice, Jets WR Santonio Holmes limited in practice | jacksonville.com
All four starters who missed Wednesday's practice for the Jaguars missed Thursday's as well. Tight end Marcedes Lewis and cornerback Derek Cox were present for practice, but did not participate. Receiver Jason Hill and defensive end Aaron Kampman were not seen at practice during the portion open to the media.
Jaguars Notebook: Burress, Holmes can help inconsistent Jets QB Mark Sanchez | jacksonville.com
The last time the Jaguars played the New York Jets, they handcuffed rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez and posted a 24-22 victory in 2009 on Josh Scobee's field goal on the final play.
Ex-Jets Lowery, Coleman out to prove they belong with new team | jacksonville.com
Change hasn't always suited safety Dwight Lowery, but he didn't have much of a choice on Sept. 3 when he had one day to move 1,000 miles after the New York Jets traded him to the Jaguars.
A production business - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Mel Tucker can see a day when the goal is achieved. But Tucker, the Jaguars’ defensive coordinator who assumed play-calling duties entering this season, said while the defense has made strides to playing as he wants – and while that has definitely meant improvement – something important remains true: The unit isn’t where it needs to be. And it’s not where it will be.
Magnificent Seven VII - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
7.A decent matchup. Let’s say this up front: almost no one is going to pick the Jaguars to beat the New York Jets this week, and it’s hard to blame them. The Jets came within a game of going to the Super Bowl each of the last two seasons and even with the victory over the Tennessee Titans in the season opener, the Jaguars to many still don’t have the look of a team that’s going to contend for a conference title.