Jags Still Only Playing a Half, Lose #11

For the 12th time this season (I am not including the Browns game), the Jacksonville Jaguars mustered up enough ability to play just a half of good football. Against the Houston Texans this past Sunday, The promise of a new day began with a first half of hope.  The Jaguars jumped out to a 7-0 […]

December 2014 by Chris Austin

Jaguars vs. Bengals Preview

The Jacksonville Jaguars (1-7) visit the Cincinnati Bengals (4-2-1) at Paul Brown Stadium at 1:00 PM EST. Jaguars are coming of a 27-13 loss against the Miami Dolphins in which rookie quarterback Blake Bortles threw two pick 6s which turned into the difference in the game.  Running back Denard Robinson had his 2nd 100 yard […]

November 2014 by Chris Austin

Is Blake Bortles the Answer?

Draft Day When Blake Bortles was drafted, it was almost as a surprise to some in Jacksonville. A lot of the local media did not believe we would pick a quarterback with the number 3 overall pick. Many had it down to Khalil Mack, linebacker out of Buffalo. I was at a local eatery, along […]

October 2014 by Chris Austin

Jaguars Defense, RB Robinson Shine in Win Against the Browns

The Jacksonville defense came out swinging and put it to the Browns on Sunday. Browns were able to muster up enough offense to score six points on two field goals by Billy Cundiff.  Jacksonville forced 3 turnovers, one a muffed punt at the Jaguar 8 yard line, to get their first win of the season. […]

October 2014 by Chris Austin

24 hours later — Pass ‘Defense’ Dooms Jaguars

Other than being sacked twice by the Jaguar defense, Rivers made it look pretty easy against a defense that came in ranked dead last in team defense in the NFL.  Philip Rivers went 29 for 39 and threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns. The play of the game, that is code for momentum swinger, […]

September 2014 by Chris Austin

Jaguars blown out, Bortles comes in

The Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3) were down 30-0 to the Indianapolis Colts (1-2) at halftime.  Yes, halftime. The Colts scored on all six of their first half drives and the Jaguars went 3 and out on their first three possessions.   The Jaguars finished the first half with a fumble by Mike Brown that led to a […]

September 2014 by Chris Austin

5 things I want to see on Sunday

I can’t wait for Sunday.  The home opener and the ability to actually sit in section 146 in one of those uncomfortable teal seats in Everbank Field.  Don’t get me wrong…I love those teal seats. It will be the third game of the year but, as most Jaguar fans are feeling, I certainly hope there […]

September 2014 by Chris Austin

What’s the plan in Jacksonville?

Since the NFL draft in May, Jaguars general manager David Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley have made it clear that they plan to sit No. 3 overall pick QB Blake Bortles for the entire season and let him pick up a year of experience behind starting QB Chad Henne.  On one hand it makes […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet