I am usually the last person to complain about how the Jaguars are perceived nationally. I don't get my feeling hurt with the lack of factual news, or the lack of attention. We don't deserve it, yet.
While I was checking out the games around the league on NFL.com, I wanted to read the review of the Jags game. Here's what is said about Gabbert:
"The story of the day almost was Blaine Gabbert after he tossed a 39-yard, go-ahead touchdown strike to Cecil Shorts with less than a minute to go in regulation. It was Gabbert's finest moment in an otherwise hot/cold afternoon. The second-year Jaguars starter showed flashes of disaster -- and couldn't generate points in overtime -- but this wasn't the quaking rookie from a year ago. Gabbert still makes too many poor decisions, however."
I just don't get what has happened to reporting lately. What happended to holding someone responsible for writing something that is not true or accurate? There is not a lot of credibility lately and it makes me second guess what I read about other teams.
Alright, I'm done complaining about what every other Jaguars fan complains about. All we need to do is win. Good game Gabbert, keep it up.