Jacksonville Jaguars Roundup

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 Notebook: Tight end Marcedes Lewis still smiling despite slow start to season | jacksonville.com
Tight end Marcedes Lewis has four catches so far this season and has missed a game because of injury. Still, Lewis is walking around the locker room with a smile on his face. "In my heart, I hate to lose more than I love to win," Lewis said. "For me being a leader, they can't see me with my head down and I don't have a smile on my face. I feel it's my job to always be upbeat because it could be a lot worse. We have good chemistry here with good coaches who care about the players. That keeps us going.

Jaguars' punting game seeks change of direction | jacksonville.com
In all his 16 years as an NFL punter, Matt Turk had never experienced anything like what happened Sunday in Carolina when four inches of rain fell on the stadium in less than an hour. "The balls were saturated, my hands were saturated, shoes were completely soaked and I couldn't squeeze the ball the least bit without it squirting out of my hands," Turk said. "The worst conditioned balls and field that I've ever played in."

Patience the key - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
As Marcedes Lewis sees it, it’s about the process. Lewis, the Jaguars’ sixth-year veteran Pro Bowl tight end, said when it comes to worrying about his individual production, he sees it the same way as he sees the Jaguars’ success or lack thereof thus far this season

Turk may hit rugby-style punts in spots - AFC South Blog - ESPN
Matt Turk has punted 16 times through three games. He’s got five touchbacks and only three punts pinned inside the 20. Jack Del Rio talked after a bad game in Carolina, where Turk dropped one snap in the rain and lost the Jaguars' possession, about the need to better work out of the punt team.

New Orleans Saints Scouting Report | Jaguars Blog
The Saints return to Jacksonville for the first time since 2003, when John Carney missed the game-tying field goal after the incredible last second comeback known as the River City Relay. There will be no similarities between that New Orleans squad and the one visiting this Sunday, even if this Jacksonville team is eerily similar: Jack Del Rio is still coaching, and Rashean Mathis is still missing tackles!

Pro Football Focus Breakdown: Jaguars vs. Panthers | Jaguars Blog
This Pro Football Focus post doesn’t get my usual blurb about why you should go to their site, etc. Why? I don’t know if I’ve disagreed with a set of ratings more than I do this week’s. Apparently the person who graded this game for Pro Football Focus watched a completely different game than I did. Pro Football Focus gave the Jaguars’ offense a -11.2 grade, and gave their defense a +0.7 grade. For comparison’s sake, if the Jaguars’ offense put up a -11.2 grade in every game last season, they would’ve had the league’s worst offense by a wide margin

Jaguars Blog | Jaguars news and analysis
Upon reading this I decided to re-watch the first half of Jaguars/Panthers game. Since the comment was made by a defensive player my focus was mostly on that side of the ball. I counted four dropped interceptions and six blown opportunities to sack or hit Newton. Too often when Jacksonville defender actually got their hands on Newton they failed to bring him down or at least dislodge the ball from his hand while in the act of throwing.

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