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2 cents Say what you want about quarterback Blaine Gabbert developing too slowly or Rashean Mathis being too old to cover anybody. Football is still a game of blocking and tackling, and whoever wins in the trenches usually wins the game. That’s why it”Share Tweet
Coach Mike Mularkey continued to look at the future with rose-colored glasses Monday even though the Jaguars are 1-3 at the quarter pole for the second consecutive year. “I’ve never gone in doubting,” Mularkey said Monday while reviewing the JaguarsShare TweetOnly nine times in franchise history have the Jaguars performed worse in pass protection than they did in Sunday’s loss to Cincinnati, allowing six sacks. The team record is eight sacks, set in back-to-back games in 2001. The Bengals started the game wiShare Tweetjaguarsgab.com Oct 1, 2012Wide receiver Laurent Robinson, left yesterday’s loss to the Bengals after suffering a blow to the head after making a catch in the third quarter. Joehn Oehser of Jaguars.com reports Robinson was diagnosed with a concussion and will be monitored and folShare Tweet
Jaguars: Analyzing four pre-game keysjacksonville.com Oct 1, 2012Reviewing the four things to watch we identified before the Bengals-Jaguars game: FIRST DOWN First-quarter pulse Entering the game: Only Denver (five) and Green Bay (zero) had scored fewer than the Jaguars’ six first-quarter points.Share Tweet
Jaguars: Reviewing projectionsjacksonville.com Oct 1, 2012Reviewing the five statistical projections for Sunday’s Bengals-Jaguars game: 1. JAGUARS SACKS Prediction: 2. Actual: 0. The Jaguars have no sacks in their last three games. They have an NFL-low two sacks this year. There’s not much left to say aboutShare Tweet