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be interested in Marcus Mariota at No. 2. Not yet, anyway.) 3. Jacksonvillle — Dante Fowler, Jr., OLB, Florida: The Jags have done a nice steady job adding pieces over the last year. If Fowler is what people think — the best pure pass rusher in
Things are getting silly in the AFC East, as reports came out late last night the Jets have turned around and essentially accused the Patriots of counter-tampering.
with only the 21st pick and no chance to land him. The whole world expected Jacksonville, drafting ninth, to grab him, but the Jags threw everyone a curve at took future wide receiver bust Reggie Williams. It was then, looking at the 10 teams drafting ahead
the NFLPA calculated the numbers ‘ were: the Carolina Panthers (80.8%), New York Jets (81.16%), Jacksonville Jaguars (82.2%), Dallas Cowboys (82.6%), New England (82.7%), New Orleans Saints (86.2%), Washington
lot of different weapons that can do things.” One of the things that stood out about some of his best performances against the Jags was the fact that many of those outings featured more short and intermediate routes as opposed to deep balls. By way of example
that draft class who passed the test was Blaine Gabbert (42-29-61 percent), who has struggled in his brief career with the Jags . Four others from 2011 missed out, and only one of those have had a successful first two years in the league: Ryan Mallett
already have a decent offensive line (assuming they re-sign Branden Albert ) but could use a quarterback in the worst way. The Jags (at No. 2) and the Raiders (at No. 3) are also victims of bad timing. However, it could ultimately benefit a team like
NFL seasons with the Carolina Panthers (2010), the Jacksonville Jaguars (2011) and the Atlanta Falcons (2012-14). The ..... the end of training camp in 2011, he was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Dec. 12 but was released on Dec. 29. McClain was
Lions and Bengals. As for Kafka, he had a cup of coffee with the Patriots in 2012 — the fourth-round has also been with the Jags , Eagles and Bucs. d) Running backs Quentin Hines and Cierre Woods: Hines was an underrated rookie who signed with the Patriots
2015: in addition to the three divisional foes, the Patriots will host the Steelers, as well as AFC South matchups against the Jags and Titans and games against the Eagles and Redskins of the NFC East. Of that group, the three likeliest candidates for a
combined 60-for-80 for 763 yards, eight touchdowns and one pick in back-to-back games earlier in the year against the Jags and Titans). But at the same time, he’s risen to the challenge nicely when faced with some of the better defenses in the
you in any league this week. Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins at Jaguars Tannehill is a solid option, but it’s a road game and the Jags are looking a little stronger than they did early in the year. This mirrors their 2013 season when HC Gus Bradley’s defense