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Now that we've had some time to sleep it off, let's take a spin around the internet to see what everyone is saying about the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Jacksonville Jaguars/Buffalo Bills Preseason Game | Jaguars 101
It was a tale of two halves as the Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the Buffalo Bills 35-32 in overtime. It's time to start the music and get this crazy article started.

Jacksonville Jaguars Wide Receivers Aren’t Inspiring Confidence This Preseason | Jaguars 101
It is difficult to pick out just one negative aspect of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 35-32 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Saturday night. Starting quarterback David Garrard was bad. So was the starting secondary and there’s no need to even delve into the team’s pass-rush woes, as the Jaguars still haven’t logged a sack in three preseason games. More Questions Than Answers for Jags
The Jaguars left their third preseason game with a 35-32 overtime loss to the Buffalo Bills in a game that was anything but a thriller. Jacksonville fell behind 17-0, rallied back to score 32 unanswered, then watched Buffalo finish the game with 18 straight points. Find out what the Jaguars coaching staff will be mulling over this week. In a game that is supposed to most closely represent what the regular season will look like the Jaguars would love to have a mulligan

Jaguars hope preseason problems change with return of key starters |
Waiting for Mojo. And Aaron Kampman, Tyson Alualu, Clint Session, Eben Britton and Jeremy Mincey. Those are some of the key injured players the Jaguars are waiting to return because they seemed to be missed Saturday night when the Jaguars' first-stringers fell behind 17-0 and then the backups couldn't hold a 15-point fourth-quarter lead in a 35-32 overtime loss to the Buffalo Bills.

McCown should start | August
That's it, I've seen enough. Garrard sucks. Gabbert is getting better, but clearly isn't there yet. Time for Luke McCown to get the start. Luke has shown he can get it done. I say he should be the starting QB & Gabbert should be the back-up. They should trade Garrard before stinks it up so bad that he has no trade value left. McCown was very good last year before getting injured so why not give him a chance to start? What have they got to lose at this point? There's just 1 more preseason game left & I see no reason that Luke shouldn't be giving his chance too. He looked good against the Falcons didn't he? Del Rio needs to get his head out of his backside & let Luke start the next game.

Jaguars vs. Bills Game Recap: Time to Panic? | Jaguars Blog
It was pretty ugly. If you watched the first half of the Jaguars’ preseason game against Buffalo last night, you no doubt thought the same. The starting offense, led by quarterback David Garrard, had trouble moving the ball against the first-string defense of the Bills. The Jaguars’ defensive starters allowed Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to play like Joe Montana. Overall, it was a forgettable preseason game. Instead of the usual preseason game recap where I rehash the players I asked you to watch, we’re going to do this a little differently. Alfie Crow of Big Cat Country said the excuse that "it’s only preseason" only works if you’re a good team. I don’t disagree with that statement. With that in mind, is it time to panic about the Jaguars’ chances of being relevant in 2011?