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It's understandable that the Jaguars want to avoid any hint of anybody waving a white flag five games into an NFL season. Or send a message to their fan base that recovery from the worst trifecta of home games in franchise history is near impossible. Bu…Share Tweet
Quarterback Blaine Gabbert took the blame for the Jaguars’ anemic offensive showing against the Chicago Bears on Sunday. Gabbert threw two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns and lost a fumble in a 41-3 loss at EverBank Field. “It falls onShare Tweet
Brandon Marshall plan works for a half for Jaguars' defenseThings could not have started better for Jaguars cornerback Derek Cox. Assigned the task of shadowing Chicago receiver Brandon Marshall, Cox intercepted quarterback Jay Cutler the first time he threw in Marshall’s direction. But in the second half, thinShare TweetJaguars owner Shad Khan told the Times-Union Sunday before the game against the Chicago Bears that he still supports general manager Gene Smith and coach Mike Mularkey and plans to “stay the course.’’ He noted the team hasn’t given up in games whiShare TweetFollow along as we post live updates from Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey's Monday news conference after the team's 41-3 loss to the Bears.Share TweetAn Illinois man, quite possibly a Bears fan who traveled to Jacksonville to see the Bears play the Jaguars, was killed early Sunday as a result of a stabbing at a local restaurant within a block of the Bears’ team hotel. William Pettry, 42, died after bShare Tweet
Bears steamroll Jags in second half to improve to 4-1profootballtalk.com Oct 7, 2012When you see a score like 41-3 at the end of a game, it’s hard to convince yourself that there was ever a moment when it seemed possible that the losing team would win the game. That was not the case in Sunday’s Bears-Jaguars game. It was 3-3 after onShare Tweet
It’s all about the defense in Jacksonvilleprofootballtalk.com Oct 7, 2012If you’re a fan of lavish offensive football, this week’s matchup between the Bears and Jaguars is not for you. If you’re a fan of good defense and strong punting, however, this should be where your clicker comes to rest. There hasn’t been much inShare TweetCalled up from the practice squad on Friday, rookie defensive end Ryan Davis will make his NFL debut today for the Jaguars against Chicago. Davis will dress because Aaron Morgan was waived and George Selvie (knee) will be held out another week. The othe…Share Tweet