• Justin Blackmon arrives in the NFL with a monster day

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Nov 18, 2012
    Blackmon's most impressive play came in the fourth quarter. That's the kind of play Blackmon made often for Oklahoma State. Jacksonville receiver Justin Blackmon had a very slow start to his NFL career, with just 250 yards, one touchdown and an average of less than 10 yards per game before Sunday. Blackmon's big game wasn't just one play - he had 155 yards on six catches aside from his long touchdown. With Gabbert out of the game against Houston early with an injury, Blackmon nearly doubled his totals from the first nine games. Blackmon had seven catches for 236 yards with some reasonably competent quarterback play. As it turns out, a switch from Gabbert to Chad Henne proved wonders for Blackmon, at least for one game. [Also: Cincinnati's A.J.
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