Jacksonville Jaguars 82OVR
(3-13-0) O. Scheme: Zone Run D. Scheme: Base 4-3
Salary Cap: $178.00M Salary Free: $17.90M Salary Spent: $160.10M
It wasn’t that long ago when a young quarterback that was born in Florida, played his college ball in Central Florida, was drafted by the 3rd worst team in Florida, the Jacksonville Jaguars. Signal callers like Derek Carr, Teddy Bridgewater, and Jimmy Garoppolo were chosen later but Bortles came off the board first. At 3rd overall in a draft, that had over 14 quarterbacks drafted, Bortles was seen to be the next Mark Bruenell and eventual savior of t...[ Continue reading ]
Well, we are half done with the 2019 season and the Jacksonville Jaguars find themselves in a familiar position. A position that could’ve been different if 1 possession went the other way or we make 1 stop. After a really tough season last year and a above average draft, the hope was high not playoffs high but better than were we sit today.
As the standings show the Jaguars are once again at the bottom of the league. Our 1-6 record is right where it has a...[ Continue reading ]
Headed into the last week of the preseason it is time for us to take a look into our upcoming schedule and see where and how the Jaguars will finish this season. At a brief glance there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel, no wizard at the end of the yellow brick road, and not a lot of hope in Jacksonville.
Week 1-We face a division rival, the Houston Texans. These matchups usually split between both teams but with the Texans rising young QB and their...[ Continue reading ]
Well the free agency period and the draft has come and gone. Once again the Jaguars failed to find pieces in key positions but luckily our starters remain from last year. There is not a lot of options past those starters but like last season we hope that the injuries miss our team again. We will take a look into our additions this offseason.
During the offseason, the Jaguars front office looked to free up some roster spots held by guys making too much money for...[ Continue reading ]
Jaguars Year-End Review Part 7
Our Defensive Backs our last on the list during the Year-End Review. Our safeties proved to be the best unit out there. Our corners were liabilities at times but we hope to see a great improvement with another season under their belt. This offseason may see some veteran players hitting free agency and some additional youth will be brought in to compete for depth. Our free safety had his best season in his sophomore yea...[ Continue reading ]
|2018 Regular Season Leaders|
|T.J. McDonald Jr||36||0||1||5|
|Allen Hurns||84||WR||20 Weeks|