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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: New offense impressive in preseason opener

Greg Olson's offense fits the players and functions better than it has in years, and more news for your Monday morning.

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Jacksonville Jaguars offense impressive in preseason opener -
The biggest takeaway from Friday’s game is the fact that the new offense installed by coordinator Greg Olson looked much more functional than last year’s unit. The first-team unit gained 135 yards and scored 11 points on its three drives. The run game generated 43 yards on 13 carries, but that included one sack for minus-6 yards.

Bernard Pierce flashes in first preseason game vs. Steelers -
Benard Pierce is a name that doesn't surface often in the Jaguars' heavy group of running backs. Pierce does, however, hold a very real opportunity to impress fans and coaches with extensive preseason play.

Observations and grades after Steelers lose to Jaguars -
The Steelers have six Super Bowl rings, so I will make six observations about the Steelers second preseason game along with grades about some key units and players of the night.

Millennial generation takes ownership of Jaguars -
The Jacksonville Jaguars take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Everbank Field, Friday in the first preseason game of the 2015 season. Many of the attending fans are young people who never knew Jacksonville without the Jaguars.