Jaguars throw it to Brad Meester to set up early TD
Summary of 8 articles · Updated Dec 23, 2013
Jacksonville Jaguars center Brad Meester quietly has had an excellent career. That he’d be willing to do that for Meester has won him the locker room for years. Meester played his final game in front of the Jaguars faithful, a 20-16 loss to Tennessee on Sunday. As soon as Brian Schwenke heard the referee Bill Vinovich announce Brad Meester was an eligible receiver midway in the first quarter Sunday, he stood up with the rest of the Tennessee Titans offensive line to watch the play. When Brad Meester was cleaning hog pens and baling hay on his father Kenny's 900-acre farm during all those childhood summers in Iowa, this wasn't the retirement ceremony he envisioned. I asked one former Jaguars player after the game whether former coach Tom Coughlin would have done that. His response: “Hell no. Instead, they came up empty when Ryan Fitzpatrick threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Nate Washington with 14:25 remaining and Maurice Jones-Drew was stuffed on a fourth-and-1 try from the Titans’ 20 with 5:25 left.
A review of four hot issues from the Jacksonville Jaguars’ 20-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans: Keeping Lewis involved: Marcedes Lewis caught a touchdown pass in his fourth consecutive game and finished with four catches for 50 yards. He has been much mo…