Blaine Gabbert finally delivered and we got him off the field before his fledgling confidence could take a knock.
Blackmon: Saved Blaine's bacon a few times with 3rd down YAC. He's hellacious cocky though and a seems to be jawin to someone. I think it's actually a good trait in a WR.
Prosinski was average and this is good. It's actually brilliant for him.
Reisner: Made some plays and got us a touchdown which is when one of your team takes the ball into the oppositions endzone. These are rarer than hen's teeth in Jacksonville.
Mincey: Mincey justified some of his pay packet by collecting a sack. Which, in case Andre Branch is reading, is where you tackle the QB behind the line of scrimmage.
No huddle - good variation on routes, personnel and plays. Was it Blaine or OC don't know; don't care.
Honourable mentions go to Todman, Shipley, and Monroe.
Cyprien: bit on first play fake and got the ball rolling with our flrst flag of the day - seems like years ago. Wasn't as advertised. Jury out on him though.
D-line didn't do anything attacking against an average Jets O-line. Sanchez sauntered around the pocket checking out his options. At one stage the commentators counted the seconds and got to four. And they didn't stop the run particularly well either Powell had a 9.1 yd average
Tobias "Face'' Palmer: I still harbour hopes for him, and now he can be safely stashed on the practice squad and no-one will come a courting.
Jason Spitz: for two years he's crept around and anonymously collected his cash, keeping a low profile, never playing but "being a veteran presence" and then we find out he can't play at all in spectacular fashion.
Special teams: Starring Tobias Palmer, made it rain pretty yellow handkerchiefs all day. Kicked short gave up field position, muffed a punt and a kickoff and got next to nothing in return. Supposed to be a unit of strength better get their shit together.