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The Texans ran 83 offensive plays. The Jags ran 38 plays while not converting ONE third down. For...

The Texans ran 83 offensive plays. The Jags ran 38 plays while not converting ONE third down. For an injury-riddled LB corps and missing the starting corner can't really blame the D for the yardage given up when you play that many plays. No offensive help whatsoever. At least our D got them off the field a few times. "I’ve never been on the field for that few plays," Cushing said. "There were so many three-and-outs, I didn’t really feel like I’d been out there."

No. 1 — Cecil Shorts (Jaguars) With an eye-popping figure of 6.17 YpRR to go with his touchdown,...

No. 1 — Cecil Shorts (Jaguars) With an eye-popping figure of 6.17 YpRR to go with his touchdown, Shorts was the unsung hero of the Jaguars’ valiant, but ultimately unsuccessful game at Minnesota. He only played in four-receiver sets, but his success in comparison to third WR, Mike Thomas, who was targeted once and dropped the ball, may see him given additional playing time. His lackluster display last year, when he only picked up 30 yards despite going out in a pass pattern 122 times, may mark this as an outlier, but as his quarterback has improved, so may Shorts. You really shouldn’t take your eyes off what happens next week. (YPRR = Yards per Route Run)

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/09/15/signature-stats-snapshot-yprr/

Maurice Jones-Drew explains the unfairness of the NFL's collective bargaining agreement with an...

Maurice Jones-Drew explains the unfairness of the NFL's collective bargaining agreement with an analogy: "You know, you can't have a doctor come out of med school and a certain hospital says, 'You have to work for us.' That doesn't work. You get to shop yourself around." See if you can spot the problem with MJD's analogy (http://www.nrmp.org/about_nrmp/index.html)

Who is the one player from this division you see having a breakout year? Sam: I’m going out on a...

Who is the one player from this division you see having a breakout year? Sam: I’m going out on a limb a little with this one because we didn’t see it for that long in 2011, but Derrick Cox put up some truly ridiculous coverage numbers and looked like he finally had the light go on. When I say ‘truly ridiculous numbers’, what I mean is that his name is the only one around or ahead of Darrelle Revis when you set the snap threshold low enough for 2011. Essentially, for the time he was playing last year he was putting up numbers that were right there with the best corner in football. Now, it’s by no means a sure thing that he returns to that level of play this year, but I’m looking for him to at least show that it was no fluke.

http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/08/29/afc-south-4-questions-4-analysts/

Source: Brett Brackett was claimed by the Jaguars. They signed him to be on their PS briefly last...

Source: Brett Brackett was claimed by the Jaguars. They signed him to be on their PS briefly last year. Wanted to get him back.

Per @PhillyFollower I have a source that told me he was claimed by the Jags.

Jaguars Tweet of the Week @marcusstroud99: Man this Strawberry Long Island Iced Tea is amazing!

Jaguars Tweet of the Week @marcusstroud99: Man this Strawberry Long Island Iced Tea is amazing!

This just in: #Jaguars try to further globalize their brand by announcing they will play future...

This just in: #Jaguars try to further globalize their brand by announcing they will play future home games in French Guiana!!!

Orlando Sentinel sports reporter Mike Bianchi, obviously still sore that the Jags won't bring a game to that decrepit piece of $#!t called the Citrus Bowl.

Hey everybody, Browns fan here. I just had a quick question for you guys, what do you think of...

Hey everybody, Browns fan here. I just had a quick question for you guys, what do you think of Brian Robiskie and where does he stand on your depth chart?

8) Keep him in one spot. Cameron Bradfield has moved into the starting right tackle role. Mularkey...

8) Keep him in one spot. Cameron Bradfield has moved into the starting right tackle role. Mularkey said the team moved Bradfield around too much last week, having him play guard and left tackle. It’s time to put him in the right side and see what he can do.

http://www.jaguars.com/news/article-JaguarsNews/10-things-the-Jaguars-must-do-against-New-Orleans-/5c834186-c7e0-4ffa-8b94-2d0d20fa37d1

Cameron Bradfield In limited time last season, offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield showed well,...

Cameron Bradfield In limited time last season, offensive tackle Cameron Bradfield showed well, particularly as a pass blocker where he surrendered only four total pressures on 102 pass block attempts. He got the start at right tackle in this game and looks poised to take over the back up role from Guy Whimper who graded at -13.5 last season. The game started out on a sour note as Bradfield got beaten to the inside by DE Justin Tuck who picked up a hit on Gabbert. He was pretty solid on his 11 other pass block attempts at RT, but it was his run blocking where he made his mark. Bradfield was able to seal Tuck, Austin, and Jason Pierre-Paul on run plays and he was a key part of RB Rashad Jennings’ 56 yards on 12 carries. In the second half, Bradfield got some work in at left tackle and the results were ugly. By my count, he gave up two pressures and a hit on just nine pass block attempts and he also picked up a false start. He appeared much more comfortable playing on the right side against the Giants’ starters than he did playing on the left side against their backups.

http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/08/13/first-impressions-jaguars-giants/
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