Blaine Gabbert sees the Jaguars’ task as being fairly clear. "We’ve got to be better," Gabbert said Tuesday afternoon. "We’ve got to win more football games. It’s pretty cut and dry and pretty simple. We’ve got to execute better as an offense, and win games. We’ve got to find a way." So far this season, the Jaguars have done that twice.
Brown's defense worse than punch - AFC South Blog - ESPN
After linebacker Clint Session forced a Houston fumble at Reliant Stadium Sunday, he wound up with the ball on the return after two laterals. And after he was tackled out of bounds, Houston left tackle Duane Brown clearly, deliberately, delivered a punch with his left hand to Session’s chest before he got up.
The discussion about whether or not the Houston Texans are dirty continued into Tuesday’s coverage with Texans coach Gary Kubiak and Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown defending themselves.
A local television station has entered the discussion about the Houston Texans play and whether or not they're dirty. Action News sports director Steve Wrigley sent an e-mail to the Texans fan feedback e-mail address along with a video clip of the Duane Brown/Clint Session incident and a photo of Texans linebacker Brian Cushing with his hand at Gabbert's neck. Action News is the Jaguars official station.
Jaguars defensive end Aaron Kampman knows the ups and downs of pro football. He was on Green Bay teams that went 12-4 and 11-5 and two others that went 4-12 and 6-10. And through the good times and the bad, Kampman has the same philosophy.
If you’ve never been to Pro Football Focus’ website, it’s worth your time. They watch all the plays of every game and rate the players based on their performance. You can see their grading criteria here. Players’ ratings seem to most often end up between around +3.0 and -3.0 for any individual game, but can vary greatly based on performance. This will be a general look at a few of the stats from this week’s game; to see the full game ratings, go to Pro Football Focus and sign up for their Premium Stats service.