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Small School Prospect-Asa Jackson, CB Cal Poly

It is back.  With the end of the College football season taking shape, we are now begining to see who is staying and going.  Likewise, we are seeing the small schoolers take shape.  He is one of the top small school Corners coming out this year.       Specs: Height: 5-11 Weight: 190 40 [Projected]: 4.41 Vertical: 36 […]

The Jaggernaut Fan Comments: Jaguars @ Browns

Here’s your chance to vent about the debacle that we all just witnessed. If you’d like my opinion, leave a comment, and I’ll pop in later for my reaction. Topics possibilities: Last 2 plays in the game Blaine Gabbert’s play Jaguars’ defensive play Dropped passes Coaching Your rants and ravings below.

Let The Anger Begin

I’ve protected this coaching staff the entire season, and I still stand by the Jaguars’ defensive coaches, as well as Jack Del Rio.Dirk Koetter, however, is about to receive the wrath of myself, along with thousands of other Jaguars fans. The situation is simple. There’s :08 left in the game, you have not times out, […]

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Stacking Up The Jaguars And Browns

The easiest way to get a good handle on what may unfold on Sunday is to take a look at a quick overview of the Jaguars and the Browns statistics to this point in the season (best stat per category highlighted in team color): As you see above, both teams are very comparable in nearly […]

Having “The Talk” About Blaine Gabbert

We were told when the Jaguars drafted Gabbert back in April that he had great potential, but he was extremely raw. We were told to be patient. Of course, back then we believed Gabbert would be able to wait as he had two veterans in front of him on the depth chart. That sure as […]

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Keep An Eye On WR Chastin West

I just got done re-watching the Jaguars, Colts game from this past Sunday, and there was actually a Jaguars receiver that caught my eye. That guy was Chastin West. West, who was on the Packers practice squad, was signed by the Jaguars back in September, and he flashed a little bit of something on Sunday. […]

Texans’ QB Matt Schaub Likely Out For The Season

In case you missed it, the Jaguars aren’t dead in the water just yet, even at 3-6. The Texans suffered a major blow today when Gary Kubiak announced that Matt Schaub wouldn’t be playing against the Jaguars with a foot injury. This from Jason La Canfora of NFL.com sums up that bombshell: “Houston Texans quarterback Matt […]

Injury Updates: Bad News For Britton, Mathis

The Jaguars announced today that Eben Britton would be placed on IR, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. Since his rookie season, he hasn’t developed as we would have hoped. The loss is minimal as he’s been either inactive or ineffective for the most part this season, but that wasn’t the only piece of bad news the […]

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Jaguars’ Offense Just “Meh” As Del Rio Coaches For His Job

After sitting on this for awhile, it’s time for me to write my reaction to the Jaguars’ 17-3 win over the Colts. “Meh.” Yeah, that’s the extent of my reaction to the Colts win, and here’s why. I never felt, even at halftime, that the Jaguars wouldn’t win the game. The Colts have no fight […]

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Jaguars, Colts Game Has Long-Term Significance

Like it or not, a win is exactly what the Jaguars don’t need, and it’s exactly what the players will be trying to do. I’m not saying they shouldn’t be trying to beat the Colts this weekend in Indianapolis. In fact, they should, as players, be trying to win 62-0. When you look at it […]

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The Jaguars At Halfway

Terrance Knighton and Tyson Alualu anchor the Jaguars defensive line. Going into this season, I thought the Jaguars had a very good chance of winning the AFC South. I admit, I was more optimistic than most, but that was the direction I felt the franchise was headed towards. I was wrong. Dead wrong. Even in […]

Jaguars Terrible In Loss To Texans

It’s a dark day here at The Jaggernaut. All hope is now gone, lost, done. The Jaguars’ season is for all practical purposes out of commission. Now, players and coaches will be playing for their jobs the rest of the way, especially on the offensive side of the ball. I would still be surprised if […]

Mocking the Draft Week 7 (2011)

  Here it is, the best representation of how I feel the Jaguars will go about this draft.  Best Wideout in the draft, two of the top-5 pass rushers, and a very solid Corner for Mathis’ departure.   Round 1 Miami (0-6)  Andrew Luck, QB Stanford [Cardinal] St. Louis (0-6)  Matthew Kalil, OT Southern California […]

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