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Jacksonville Jaguars news roundup 11/19

Some Jacksonville Jaguars news from around the internet you may have missed over the weekend.

Bob Levey

A new conversation

HOUSTON – On Sunday, the conversation changed. Maybe it changed permanently, or maybe it’s just temporary, but the reality following a 43-37 overtime loss to the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium Sunday is people will now see the Jaguars’ quarterback situation through a different lens. Now, Chad Henne is part of the discussion. Very much so. As well he must be.

No surprise at all

Justin Blackmon didn’t surprise Jaguars Head Coach Mike Mularkey a bit Sunday. The rookie wide receiver didn’t surprise himself, either. Blackmon, the No. 5 overall selection in the 2012 NFL Draft, caught seven passes for a career-high 236 yards and an 81-yard touchdown in a 43-37 overtime loss to the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, Sunday afternoon. Blackmon’s previous best game this season was six receptions for 67 yards.

Gene Frenette: Mike Mularkey should keep Chad Henne as starting QB |

HOUSTON — In his postgame news conference, Mike Mularkey wanted no part of addressing the issue that will be on the minds of every Jaguars fan moving forward: Should Chad Henne be the starting quarterback, even if Blaine Gabbert is healthy enough to play? "I'll make that decision next week," Mularkey replied. "After I evaluate the tape, a decision will be made next week." When pressed further about the matter, he calmly said: "Yeah, I always evaluate the tape before I make any rash decisions."