The Jacksonville Jaguars need to talk about their quarterback problem - TheRinger.com
I readily admit that determining whether a player is a franchise quarterback is not as easy as passing “The Door Test” from A Bronx Tale. It takes time and an open mind, things that don’t seem to exist in Jacksonville. Just read these comments from the man who drafted Bortles: “I think you guys know how we feel about Blake,” general manager David Caldwell said last month. “We’ve got a lot of new eyes on Blake from a new coaching staff and have gotten good feedback from those guys, guys that haven’t been around and who don’t have anything vested in the kid. We still think … he’s got a lot of room to improve.”
Former Army officer Josh McNary looking forward to playing in military town with the Jacksonville Jaguars - FirstCoastNews.com
New Jaguars linebacker Josh McNary is used to having structure in his routine. The former undrafted free agent spent two years in the U.S. Army before joining the NFL. The 29-year-old was stationed at Fort Hood in Texas. That experience has helped him become a strong utility special teams player during his professional football career.
Sports Illustrated thinks the Jacksonville Jaguars go 4-12 this year - BigCatCountry.com
If you think the Jacksonville Jaguars are going to improve in 2017, then Sports Illustrated agrees with you. If you think they improve by more than one game, well...
The Jacksonville Jaguars aren’t fooling me again - SBNation.com
I don’t trust the Jacksonville Jaguars. There are plenty of reasons to believe the team is ready to piece together a winning season for the first time in a decade, but nope ... I’m not falling for that one again. Not even if Todd McShay says they’re the most improved team of the offseason. Uh uh. Not happening.