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Magnificent Seven XIV
On the offensive line, mid-season MVPs and an improved pass rush Each week in the Magnificent Seven, jaguars.com senior writer John Oehser offers seven thoughts on all things Jaguars . . .

 

Jaguars WR Mike Sims-Walker to have surgery Tuesday | jacksonville.com
This isn't the first time Mike Sims-Walker has gone on injured reserve due to a knee problem, and it won't be the first time he has surgery.  Yesteray the Jaguars placed Sims-Walker on injured reserve. Today he said on Twitter that he was having surgery Tuesday. "Knee surgery on tuesday, seems like everything that could've went wrong dis year went wrong, but gotta play the cards I was dealt......"

 

Jaguars Notebook: Mike Sims-Walker done for season | jacksonville.com
Mike Sims-Walker’s return to Jacksonville lasted just two games and one catch. Signed on Nov. 18 after being cut by the St. Louis Rams, Sims-Walker was placed on the injured reserve list Wednesday after the Jaguars claimed Brian Robiskie off waivers from Cleveland. The Jaguars said Sims-Walker has a knee problem.

 

What's Next: Indianapolis Colts - The Litmus Test - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
As the Jags head into the bye week, they look forward to two very winnable games.  The Colts in week ten and the Browns in week eleven.  If this were a normal year, the Colts would probably have 0-2 losses and would be a formidable foe requiring intense preparation and development in the off week.  But this year, the Jags can focus on getting back to the basics, practicing harder and, hopefully, coming out of the bye week more refined.

 

The Jaguars At Halfway | November
Going into this season, I thought the Jaguars had a very good chance of winning the AFC South. I admit, I was more optimistic than most, but that was the direction I felt the franchise was headed towards. I was wrong. Dead wrong.