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As the Jacksonville Jaguars spiral toward a top 2 draft pick in next April’s draft, the team was forced to place three more players on injured reserve Monday. The Jaguars placed wide receiver Cecil Shorts, linebacker Greg Jones and running back Rashad JShare Tweet
Jaguars tired of 'moral victories'Following tighter-than-expected wins over the Jaguars this year, players from Green Bay, Houston and New England were complimentary of the Jaguars’ effort. It happened again after the Patriots’ 23-16 win over the Jaguars on Sunday. “They sure didn”Share Tweet2 cents Some Christmas optimism for Jaguars fans. The team's quarterback situation is a mess, but hey, it could be worse. For example:Share Tweet
What I think the Jaguars are thinkingESPN.com Dec 24, 2012What I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon… What familiar theme shall we hit on this week? We played better, we gave a good team a fight. But we couldn’t hold a lead. We couldn’t finish. We couldnâShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 24, 2012Unless they pull off a huge upset on Sunday at Denver, the Kansas City Chiefs will earn the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft. The Chiefs and Jaguars are tied for the worst record in the NFL at 2-13, and they are guaranteed to have the two worst …Share Tweet
Jaguars' four keys recapReviewing the four keys for the Jaguars in Sunday’s game against New England (a 23-16 loss): FIRST DOWN First possession pulse Entering the game: The Jaguars had not scored an opening-drive touchdown this year — three field goals, three turnovers andShare TweetReviewing the five game-day predictions for Patriots-Jaguars: 1. First New England scoring drive Prediction: 6 plays. Actual: 10 plays. The surprise was the Patriots didn’t score until their second drive. After a Tom Brady interception and trailing 10-0Share Tweet
Monday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Dec 24, 2012We may be nearing the end of an era in Buffalo, as both coach Chan Gailey and QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could be gone this offseason. Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill has gone four games without an interception. Said Patriots S Patrick Chung of the Jaguars’ offenseShare TweetESPN.com Dec 24, 2012The AFC South had just one happy team and one happy fan base Sunday. The Colts won in Kansas City and celebrated a playoff berth. The Texans and Jaguars lost at home, the Titans lost in Green Bay. Still, you went to games and at least had some fun. And …Share Tweet