• Penalty report: Jacksonville Jaguars

    Summary of 33 articles · Updated Nov 9, 2012
    A look at what the Jaguars have done in the penalty department through eight games: Overall, it's not a bad report. The Jaguars are not most teams. What I think they’re thinking at the headquarters of the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon. Let’s start a review of the Jaguars’ 27-10 loss to Indianapolis last night with the troubling penalty total. Lions at Jaguars: If this game was in Detroit, I’d be tempted to pick the Jaguars because they’ve played much better on the road. But it’s here in town. Lions ...
    • Commissioner: Jaguars fans doing their part

      Commissioner Roger Goodell conducted a fan forum with a group of Jaguars season ticket holders Thursday night and assured the fans the team will remain in Jacksonville as long as the fans support it. Goodell, who likes to conduct fan forums with fans ar…
    • Quick turnaround for Jaguars, but can they turn it around?

      For several weeks this season, Thursday meant a return to practice for Jaguars center Brad Meester. The team’s oldest player at age 35 and most experienced with 185 games, Meester would decompress on Mondays and Tuesdays and be a spectator on Wednesdays
    • Jaguars rule out three players

      The Jaguars had a walk-through Wednesday morning, their last time on the field before playing Indianapolis Thursday at 8:20 p.m. Out for the Jaguars will be running back Maurice Jones-Drew (foot), safety Dwight Lowery (ankle) and fullback Greg Jones (hi…
    • Jaguars' Week 9 playing time

      Here are the Jaguars’ playing time totals from Sunday’s 31-14 loss to Detroit. Because of the short week, I’m going off the NFL’s totals rather than my own: OFFENSE (62 snaps) RB: Rashad Jennings 40, Jalen Parmele 26, Will Ta’ufo’ou 8. TE: Mar
    • What I think the Jaguars are thinking

      What I think they’re thinking (or should be) at the headquarters of the Jacksonville Jaguars this afternoon. This team and our city often bemoan the lack of attention we get and get frustrated over what we think are misperceptions. America doesn’t get
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Mike Thomas has mixed feelings playing against Jaguars

      Trades and cuts are part of the business of the NFL. Players get it. But Mike Thomas had perhaps the most awkward of situations this week. The fourth-year receiver was traded by the Jaguars to their opponent in the next game, at home. That means he was …
    • Jaguars' defense gets run over by Detroit

      The Detroit Lions came into EverBank Field on Sunday with the No. 2 passing offense in the NFL. So it wasn’t surprising that Matthew Stafford threw for 285 yards and Calvin Johnson caught seven passes for 129 yards. But the Jaguars also couldn’t stop
    • MMQB: Readers weigh in on the Jaguars' latest loss

      Reaction from readers after the Jaguars’ 31-14 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday: Embarrassing once again. We are the laughingstock of the NFL. Scott, Jackson, Miss. It’s too bad this isn’t the year the Jaguars play in London. Maybe Immigration wo
    • Wrap-up: Lions 31, Jaguars 14

      Thoughts on the Jaguars’ 31-14 loss to the Lions at EverBank Field: What it means: The Jaguars fell to 1-7 halfway through their season with anemic offensive effort that allowed the Lions to run out to a 24-0 lead and never fear a negative result. The q
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Jaguars Run Over by Lions 31-14 to Fall to 2-7

      Improvement. Where? The Jaguars Sunday had a dome team in their house, a team that struggled on the road, yet showed no signs of getting better, as they were pounded by the Detroit Lions 31-14 to fall to 2-7 on the year. Detroit hadn’t been able to run
    • Lions Run Over the Jaguars 31-14 in Jacksonville

      The Lions finally got a run game Sunday, and for the first time all season they were able to put it in cruise control for a dominating 31-14 win over the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars. Mikel LeShoure ran for three touchdowns, all in the second quarter, as …
    • Detroit routing Jaguars at half

      In a season of bad home football, the Jaguars’ first half today at EverBank Field mirrored their second half debacle against Chicago. The Bears outscored the Jaguars that day 38-0 thanks in part two defensive touchdowns. Detroit didn’t need such help
    • This is a big week for the Jaguars

      When a team starts off 1-6, it usually doesn't have much at stake the rest of the season. But the Jaguars find themselves playing two home games in the next five days -- Sunday against Detroit and Thursday night against Indianapolis -- that will help de…
    • Jaguars playing the worst home football in a decade

      For most teams, home field is an advantage. The Jaguars are not most teams. The Jags are an imperfect 0-3 at EverBank Field, and have been outscored by 75 points in those games, a ridiculous 95-20 margin. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Time
    • Week 9 NFL picks: Flipping a coin might be the best way to pick the…

      Flipping a coin might be the best way to pick the Week 9 games. Nine contests have a line of 3.5 points or smaller, including the Detroit-Jaguars game. Here are the picks: Lions (minus 3.5) at Jaguars: If this game was in Detroit, I’d be tempted to pick
    • Depth on defensive line starting to pay dividends for Jaguars

      Each Saturday night at the team hotel, Jaguars defensive line coach Joe Cullen tells players their specific roles for the next day’s game. Base downs. Third-down passing situations. Goal-line. Everything. For the first month of the year, the message was
    • Jaguars might be down 3 starting DBs vs. Lions

      The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without half their starting secondary and could be down a third defensive back Sunday against Detroit.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • A look at Jaguars' 15-yard penalties

    Let’s start a review of the Jaguars’ 27-10 loss to Indianapolis last night with the troubling penalty total. The 10 penalties for 115 yards were both season highs. And it represented the first time the Jaguars as a team showed a lack of composure. Inc
  • Jaguars build on worst home start with 27-10 loss to Colts

    For their first four home games, the Jaguars could lose badly but fly under the radar. They were irrelevant around the league, most folks unaware of just how poorly they had played at EverBank Field. That changed Thursday night. Playing in their only pr…
    • Luck, Colts improve to 6-3 with win over Jaguars

      In just nine games, the Indianapolis Colts have tripled their win total from a season ago. Andrew Luck and the Colts won their fourth straight game and improved to 6-3 on the season with a 27-10 win over the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday nigh…
    • Wrap-up: Colts 27, Jaguars 10

      Thoughts following the Colts' 27-10 victory over the Jaguars in Jacksonville, Fla., on Thursday night: What it means: The Colts are 6-3. If the Texans lose at Chicago on Sunday, Indianapolis would be just one game out of first place in the AFC South, th…
    • Colts pounding Jaguars 17-3

      It's been more of the same for the Jaguars tonight at EverBank Field. They trail Indianapolis 17-3 at halftime. As usual, the Jaguars’ offense got off to a slow start, going three-and-punt on their first two drives. They have two field goals and seven p
    • Thursday Matchup: Colts at Jaguars

      The Jaguars have been pleasantly surprised by Cecil Shorts, but the Colts still have Andrew Luck.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Jaguars, Colts going in different directions

      The Jaguars went to Indianapolis two years ago next month with a shot to clinch the AFC South Division title with a victory. They were 8-5 and could have eliminated the 7-6 Colts with a victory. Instead, the Jaguars lost 34-24 as the Colts won their las…
  • Jaguars' Khan addresses 1-7 record

    Jaguars owner Shad Khan said he is “embarrassed” by the team’s 1-7 start but added that in-season changes isn’t the solution. Appearing on “Jaguars All Access,” on Action News 47, Khan discussed the state of the team. Among the comments: “It
  • Free Head Exam: Detroit Lions

    After the Detroit Lions' 31-14 victory over Jacksonville Jaguars, here are three issues that merit further examination: The Lions followed through on our expectation that they could grab a rare early lead against the Jaguars. Entering the game, they had…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Calvin Johnson plays through the pain to spark Lions in the first half against Jaguars

    Calvin Johnson finally got off to a quick start. It wasn’t easy or pain-free. The Detroit Lions’ Pro Bowl wide receiver, who had not caught a first-half pass in his past two games and only one in his past three, torched the Jaguars for six receptions

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