Chan Gailey

Q&A with Bloguin Bills blogger Joe

Ignoring the alliteration of the title of this article, we were approached this week, as sometimes happens, by Bloguin's own Bills blogger, "Joe," for a Q&A. So, we exchanged some questions, and the following is his answers. You can find my answers to his thought provoking questions here. Enjoy. TJ: Chan Gailey seems to be […]

Chad Henne Scramble

Henne impresses in first Jaguars start

No one wants to admit when he's wrong, but that's something many Jaguars fans are coping with following Jacksonville's home victory over the Tennessee Titans. The Jaguars looked solid on offense. Even though they only mounted four scoring drives, three of those drives resulted in touchdowns, not field goals, and the Jaguars offense continued to […]

Jaguars, Titans open thread

Chad Henne gets his first start as a Jaguars player today against the Tennessee Titans. As always, thoughts and comments about the game below.

Henne Drops Back Texans

Henne could take the Jaguars on a run

With Blaine Gabbert now on IR, ending his season, the focus of the Jaguars and its fans now shifts to Chad Henne. Henne provided the best offensive production we've seen from a Jaguars quarterback since the David Garrard era, and he did it against one of the NFL's best defensive units. It's safe to say […]

Henne over Gabbert is a mistake

Naming Chad Henne the starting quarterback over Blaine Gabbert based on performance is a huge mistake. Sure Henne played superb against the Houston Texans Sunday and had the Jacksonville Jaguars in position to win, but that was due to an injury — not because he outperformed Gabbert.  Henne came in and gave the offense a […]

Ask Andrew Strickert your Jaguars, Titans questions

This weekend, the Jaguars will take on the Tennessee Titans at Everbank Field. In honor of this hatred-filled rivalry, we're holding a Q&A exchange with Total Titans' Andrew Strickert. If you have any questions about the Titans or this weekend's matchup, just leave a comment with the question below, and we'll throw it in with […]

Jaguars show grit in OT loss to Houston

  The Jacksonville Jaguars – despite having just eight wins on the season, being injury plagued and having a severe lack of talent and depth – showed Sunday they still have something left in the tank and that they haven’t given up yet. Despite being written off by the media, and to be honest myself, […]

Gabbert Throwing Motion

Alfie Crow is on to something

Early on in my still-young blogging career, I wrote for SBNation's Big Cat Country. The lead manager there, Alfie Crow, is one of the more opinionated Jaguars writers out there, including print newspapers, Jaguars.com, etc. I often disagree with him, but his recent piece detailing why the Jaguars will likely gear up for Gabbert again […]

Henne Gabbert

Mike Mularkey can use Gabbert’s injury to his advantage

Blaine Gabbert left last night's game with an injury, making room for backup quarterback Chad Henne to take a shot at running the offense. In his limited time, Henne looked comfortable and through the ball all over the field. Blaine Gabbert will likely be ready to play next week physically, but Mike Mularkey should use […]

Jaguars 3, Colts 17; halftime thoughts

At halftime, the Jaguars trail the Colts 3 to 17, and the big difference in the game hasn't been in respect to the two teams' quarterbacks. Blaine Gabbert has played well to this point, as has Andrew Luck. Both quarterbacks have similar numbers, but Andrew Luck has been helped more by the rest of his […]

Jaguars, Colts open thread; only pride remains

The Jaguars take on the Indianapolis Colts tonight in a game that seemingly only matters to the Colts. At 5-3, Indianapolis is in the thick of the AFC wildcard race, and they're Jacksonville's most hated team. The Jaguars would need to win out and get plenty of help to make the playoffs. At 1-7, it's […]

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