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Fresh update on "jaguars" discussed on Get Up!
"Receiver during rookie minicamp. Despite making his name of course as a running back wallet clemson i. I think you could say he. He was the most productive running back in the history of the acc. Seems to have given marcus a headache. So i do. Are you all right. No no no gee. I don't know if he was coming to me. I go into diana file. I got need to process this booming urban. Like what are you first of all. I'm trying to get all my thoughts together. One okay travis. At the end is going to be a wide receiver in jacksonville. Jaguars offense rishaad. Bateman two picks later to the baltimore ravens. That's number one number two weeks. What draft him for the do was.
Green Bay Packers Reach One-Year Deal With Veteran QB Blake Bortles
"Reportedly set to sign veteran quarterback Blake Bortles. He had spent his first five seasons with the Jaguars spent parts of last season with the Broncos and the Rams. This coming as the uncertainty around Aaron Rodgers remains with the Packers. Well, that seems to make it a little more real right. Yeah, For sure. I mean, I think you know, going into it. Oh, camps and O. T s and things like that. It's going with one quarterback. So, um, it's starting to feel real that the possibility of Aaron Rodgers not playing for the Packers next year. Which is pretty
Fresh update on "jaguars" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Actually had Travis See Tien first round running back draft pick. Run routed wide receiver. And okay ET en should get used to catching passes out of the backfield. In understanding the speed of NFL past catching routes, etcetera. And each year it is a wonderful athlete. And a tremendous athletic running back coming out of the backfield caught plenty of passes out of Clemson at Clemson. And so you could understand wanting to use or utilized that skill set of the T N in the offense. Why don't you have him playing running back and catching passes? And you know, it's being harder and harder and harder for me recently to defend the Urban Meyer higher in Jacksonville, because I thought it was a smart idea. I thought it was a good fit for both sides. I thought that the Jaguars should have hired him. He comes from a Culture of winning at every stop, even if at all of those stops or some of those stops there. Certainly the Florida stop was questionable at best, and how he left in what he left, but I thought that was a great fit. And you know, Urban Meyer this Tim Tebow thing is so silly. And now this travesty TN thing is so silly as well. You know, it was always questionable why they drafted a running back anyway in the first round since they had a breakout, young running back Who they found as a diamond in the rough out of nowhere anyway last year, so why invest a first round draft pick into running back when you've got a million other holes to fill, But now you have that running back running. Wide receiver. He's running. Is that we're gonna get snaps at wide receiver than draft a freaking wide receiver. You know you're not gonna use a running back and wide receiver. It's not going to happen, at least not full time or enough to make it worth your while. So What is this really about this urban Meyer trying to, you know Reinvent the wheel or is this He's not going to get enough snaps at true running back, so this is the way the find value. What exactly is this Because, Yeah, He's going to catch passes. But he's not gonna be doing it for the wide out position, and you've got to hope that urban Meyer doesn't think that again. He's gonna walk into the NFL and totally reinvent everything. If you're drafting a first round running back, he should be playing running.
Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?
"We are back final hour. It's been a fun show. We appreciate you being here. A lot of conversation with my Mike smith earlier. We also talked to dennis dodd. Another conversation predictably has been tim. Tebow we've given you a lot of reaction on that in the mike cannon bom from espn former gm jets dolphins. He's been here a couple of times. He had this to say earlier today. On keyshawn jay will and zubin about understanding the signing. I don't like it. I just don't see the upside in this move. He's thirty four years old. He would be a backup. I just don't know of thirty four year old players that can come in and be back place special teams and you're taking away a roster spot from hopefully a young developmental player that could grow with a young nucleus obviously led by trevor lawrence. And to me this is probably through the lens of urban. Meyer saying a decade. And a half ago tim tiba was the most competitive guy i've ever been around and he can help set the culture. If i was in that building what i would be pushing back saying coach. That may be true but in the nfl as you well know. Players needs to be led by players. They believed can take them to where they wanna go and as a backup tight end. I just don't think tim tebow would have that same credibility as he wants dave when he was the starting quarterback in florida. He also questioned whether tibo could even makes a team. I just don't see how he makes the team or urban and he's a really good coach he he's been historically great college but i just don't know he has to earn a spot and he's given a spot. That's gonna cause a big problem because players weren't have a chance to win and again to me just putting on my lens of a general manager and roster construction if you're not a starter in the nfl with only forty six players dressing you have to play special teams so my question. is tim. tibor thirty four years old going to cover cover kicks that remains to be seen. Now if he doesn't earn it does a totally different discussion. But i don't think you could sign him and say hey. He definitely has a spot on this team.
Fresh update on "jaguars" discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"At clemson. Amanda i won't go back to you on this one the freshman year and i i believe i don't know if the jerseys behind you are from that from that season or not but to to step on that stage and take over the position when he did and then to go on that run i mean. What was that like for you for you parents. I'll start with you manage just to experience. What a magical time. That was For him and your family yeah. It was really exciting. I mean i was so proud of him. And and just you know you went. Allen competed and he didn't let any kind of press or you know i guess You know what the press was anticipating or whatever. He didn't let that bother him he. He knew that he had a job to do when he went to clemson that he was going to compete for a starting job. That's what all the quarterbacks do are any position that you're assigned to or that you play. And he gave it his all and yeah the super proud of him. I know you have to be proud of. Not only what. He's become on the field but it seemed like over the last year so he's really grown into the leadership position in terms of the face. The clemson have you seen him. Grown from your own is as a parent terms of a leader and as a a role model for others. Well i mean one one thing that comes to mind straight away as though high state game when we were down and then we ended up coming back in and winning that game. I mean he didn't let anything get him down. He really picked up his team and was like is you know we can do this and really didn't give up and he's is always been persistent in that aspect and Yeah under super proud. And how he's brown as a later and that he can. You know be an example to his team a hard worker. Don't give up you realize along with that. But the platform has to impact people off the field and he embraces that and You know really wants to take advantage of that opportunity. So i think he's definitely around in that capacity. I think he will continue to do that while this is this is probably the most important question that i have you guys. You guys have been great with us today. I just. I got to know as somebody who's a little bit thin appear and as bucky who somebody who's more thin up there. Where does this beautiful flowing hair. Come from from trevor. Who did he get his hair. Not for me. He had a head full hair..
Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as TE
"This is austin lane. He's a former. Nfl tight end the host of action. Sports jacks on. Espn radio he was joining. He was joining freddie and fitzsimmons about whether tibo is going to be jacksonville simply for his leadership. The whole narrative that tim tibo coming to jacksonville. Be an urban meyer guy and helping that locker room presence. i think it's baloney. I'm not buying into that narrative because what what guys look for in terms of leadership and guys buy into his guys that have had except you know leaders guys that you can say this guy the baller. I gotta follow him and watch. How does now. I've talked to many times. Tim is a fantastic guy. But i think the whole narrative of you're going to bring him in because he's a great locker room guys all right. Great there's there's tons of great locker got. There's tons of great teammates just like any locker. Rooms made up of all types of people. So i'm not buying that austin lane also talked about. What exactly will tibo be doing assuming. He makes the team the whole narrative. That tim tebow coming to jackson i understand that he knows urban meyer. They have a great relationship. I guess you know. Urban meyer bought a house. experts week. Sent tibo so even if he makes the team. That's going to be great e hollywood. Tv show Urban meyer tim hero next door. It's gonna be fantastic. It's gonna do all the rating. But i do think this. This is urban meyer first year and then i saw and you know he's bringing his guys in. I understand all that. But what earn myers gotta realize. Real quick is that. You can't take anything if tim people is going to make. This team is because tim tebow has earned a spot. There are no you know there is no. I like this guy lot. Let's give him a spot. That doesn't work like that players not locking them. We'll see through that day one so two hundred two things are going to happen either. Tim tebow is not the tight end which we don't think he is and i'll be honest. I'm kind of in that boat or tim. Tebow is a tight end. And he earns his spot and he gets that roster spot and that's it was not good enough during the roster spot. He's not gonna get it. Because of urban meyer gives him that spot. He's gonna lose that locker room in a heartbeat.
Fresh update on "jaguars" discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Fifteen sixteen years old and he went through the process he only grew bigger and stronger more powerful than honed his craft and but the thing is the story about. Trevor isn't the physical stuff. It's the mental stuff. Is the competitive stuff. I i remember at the opening. The he was there He he was a sponge. Wood craig nall. One of our coaches who played seven years in the nfl was bugging him late at night going into his room after hours and asked him to teach more ball as a kid that love football he loves to learn. He has zero entitlement to him. He has no ego. is the team above self guy. So he checks every single box. There is to check as a prospect and he was checking back when he was seventeen years old. I mean i remember seeing watching them at the opening. This guy could go to an nfl training camp right now and throw one on one throw routes on air and look like an nfl quarterback you talk about that. I think that remember getting tough for him a little bit at the opening in the finals. What did you discover and watching him. Go through some adversity as a young person. Well that's the biggest thing. I look for quite honest with your ally base a lot of my evaluations off. How they respond to setbacks we look at it in game with an acronym pace plays after critic flares Study that really hard and in that environment of camp environment or a high school football game environment. A practice environment off the field. A guy can be a knucklehead off the field in house respond to that after the fact. So i think it's i think that metric evaluation has a lot to do with their long term success. Because you're gonna have a lot of setbacks. You're going to have a lot of adversity. And it's it's not what happened to you. It's how you respond to it and then trevor's a guy that whether it was the old venetian whether it was not winning the final game of his high school career. Whether it was a setback at clemson he's always been a guy bounces back better the next opportunity. And that's really what you're looking for him and tom. Brady's throwing a lot of interceptions. He's lost a lot of games is a lot of stinkers. He's got a lot of bad series. I think what separates ms that relentless pursuit of the next opportunity. And that's why he's been at his best for twenty one years those situations. Yeah me kind of echoed. What what he had said to me right back. I mean is it. Looks like an. Nfl quarterback is high school. He did and and talked about the adversity. That trevor faced during that event and our say having competed against trevor during that event it was difficult for him because it had been very easy for him to dominate. And it's the first i would say. The playing field is level s. o. The seat trevor have some struggles but to see the resiliency. The toughness grit and determination where he was able to bounce back and finish off strong Once again when you're evaluating quarterbacks you're always looking at how do they respond to bad things dead event. Trent kinda talked about. But but trinh kinda saw some of those things that we all see and we all like about him his build toughness. 'cause i think toughness comes out in a few different occasions. They know to how our next guest. Here's somebody that's known trevor..
Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as Tight End
"And football. The big story coming out in the last hour, the Jacksonville Jaguars reportedly planning to sign Tim Tebow as a tight and reuniting him with his college head coach, Urban Meyer that was first reported by NFL network's in Rapid port. And Tom Palace era, The deal could become official in the next week. Tebow last played in an NFL game in 2000 and 12
Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville
"Believes Tim Tebow could make the team Give me one thought on Tim Tebow. Why? I mean, I The only reason that this is happening is because every Mars the head coach of the Jacks with Jaguars in urban Meyer was not to the National Football League. Tim Tebow would not be entertaining anything like this, so if he wants have a chance to play a new position. Play for a man that if he could adopt him, Tebow, he would when it comes to urban Meyer, but that's my one thought. Why Tim Tebow? Why?
Jaguars Open NFL Draft, Meyer Era by Drafting Lawrence
"Maastricht. It was quarterbacks right out of the gate at the 2021 NFL draft at number one, The Jaguars took Trevor Laurence out of Clemson Number two, The Jets tab Zach Wilson from BYU and the 40 Niners went with Trey lands from North Dakota State. Justin Fields out of Ohio State went to the Bears at
NFL Draft: No Suspense as 3 QBs Dominate Early Picks
"As expected the Jaguars to Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence with the first overall pick Lawrence won a national championship as a freshman it was a Heisman Trophy runner up his junior year last season before entering the draft quarterbacks also were taken with the next two picks B. Y. U.'s sacked Wilson went second to the jets and North Dakota state's Trey lance headed to the forty Niners at number three the falcons used a fourth choice deland Florida tight end Kyle Pitts and LSU wideout jamarr chase when fifth to the bangles I'm Dave Ferrie
Jaguars Open NFL Draft, Meyer Era by Drafting Lawrence
"The Clemson quarterback was outstanding in his three college seasons completing sixty seven percent of his passes for ten thousand ninety eight yards nineteen touchdowns in just seventeen interceptions while also rushing for nine hundred forty three yards Lawrence is widely considered the best college QB prospect since Andrew luck nearly a decade ago and will pair with new head coach urban Meyer is the faces of the franchise Lawrence won a national championship as a freshman taking game MVP honors as the Tigers hammered Alabama forty four sixteen he finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting as a junior last season before entering the draft I'm the ferry
Jaguars Take QB Lawrence No. 1 Overall in Draft
"Is underway. The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock and they will be taking Trevor Laurence. We will air the pick to you when it is announced
"jaguars" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Jaguars Select on the eve of the draft of former first round quarterback is on the move. Denver just picked up a good quarterback for 1/6 round pick in baseball way out of superlatives to describe Jacob the ground 100 Miles an hour, the ninth strikeout Ford to grow another ticket punch to the MBA postseason playoff berth for the fourth consecutive year. Mr Triple Double is at it again for the Wizards. Russell Westbrook would not be One of 9 98 Randall brings the house down at the Garden. Julius Randle with 34. The Knicks lead by 20 and two titans of the West. Go ahead Toe head fall on the drive. Reverse layup. Good brothers. All that and more. I have all the song Street by his missus Sierra on my iPad and my iPod. This'll is SportsCenter all night. Now here's J. Reynolds will quarterback go 1234 Thursday night, and if they do, will it lead to be involved? Ford Center all night, ESPN radio ESPN APP Sirius XM Channel 80. So many questions to be answered regarding the NFL draft. That's on the way. But first another night and Mork lynching moments in the MBA, sons O B in the playoffs, as they have won this game defeated the Los Angeles Clippers and a big victory. They never trailed in the entire ballgame. On the final here tonight, the Sun's got the win The Suns 109 the Los Angeles Clippers 101. Arizona Sports 98 78 Point win for the Sons as you heard they clinch a playoff berth. First time since the 9 2020 10 season had been the second longest active drought in the NBA. Sondra now 24 9. Against teams above 500 this season. That's the best record in the MBA. Chris Paul reaching the postseason with 1/5 different franchise, man. It means a lot, this group.
AI's Potential in Logistics With Gaurav Srivastava of FarEye
"So will kick things off with just sort of getting your perspective on the state of affairs of ai in the supply chain when you think about where it's made its way into the supply chain. Now how do you like to sum that up. How is it sort of influencing the field today right so an has been a buzzword industry for quite some time now and have been crying all different things would be. I do improve. The way supply chain operates so a couple of big success That we have seen with in supply chain is definitely the last mile optimization ins reddin during the reason the last mile is a big hustle and last mile is growing crazy in the last five years. We have seen the amount of goods moving into the last night has just the demand has caused a lot and keeping up with the buster makes petition is becoming a judge. So that's what he comes in pretty handy type soup. Line your roots in an optimum it really head to creating an optimum ruled than creating a good user experience for your customers. Then there's also see a customer communication piece that comes in whether because exposure this obliging. The of grease that comes into your customer dr the on You customer concerns. I couldn't even help you reach those number of calls to believe quals jaguars right. Yeah coming pretty handy to on sale As well or taking questions safer simister wants to reschedule their order. They want to know that should mendez a get an estimate by again that delivery Calling up the league. And actually just writing quick-witted It can be a base tool it can be integrated into your watch or your facebook messenger
Los Angeles Rams DL Michael Brockers being traded to Detroit Lions
"Once official. It'll help the team fill the void. After starting cornerback Shack, Griffin agreed to a three year deal with the Jaguars. They also have agreed to a two year deal to keep defensive tackle Poon afford. Sale time supports the contract is worth up to $14 million with incentives. Another free agency moves the NFL The Associated Press reports. The Rams are finalizing a trade that sense defensive tackle Michael Rockers the Lions Washington agreed to sign cornerback William Jackson to a contract worth $42 million over three years with 26 million guaranteed. The last time Washington State made the women's NC double A basketball tournament was during the Bush
Shaquill Griffin exits Seattle Seahawks, heading to home state Jacksonville Jaguars
"Losing a Pro Bowl defensive player to Jacksonville. Here's Bill 48 Pass breakups and 16 picks in four seasons playing corner for the Seahawks. Play action, again by Shaquille Griffin, A person familiar with negotiations says Jacksonville and Shaquille Griffin have agreed to a three year contract worth up to 44 a half million dollars, including 29 million guaranteed. It's the most significant move for Jag's new head coach, Urban Meyer. When brother should keen Griffin, also a free agent could be leaving Seattle to join the Jacksonville team.
Jaguar to transition to all electric vehicles, Land Rover to go majority electric
"The majority of its vehicles Electric, the announcement says the shift will begin in 2025. It comes as technology advancements in batteries are making electric vehicles cheaper and enabling longer range on a charge. I'm Brian Sharpe. Partner has been appreciated. We checked every one of these words.
Luxury car brand Jaguar to go all-electric by 2025
"Struggling luxury auto brand Jackie what is to be fully electric by twenty twenty five jugular Land Rover which is owned by Indians talk to Moses hopes the move will help turn around the fortunes of the eighty six year old cop run that for many epitomizes Klaas but his struggled in recent years the switch to an electric future will bowl moving competition from the constant from which factory east of the central England city of Birmingham the nearby so you how the British car industry's lobby group says the announcement was an injection of confidence into the sector and that the government should help the industry could become a global leader Charles the last month London
Jaguars split with accused racist strength coach Chris Doyle
"Head coach Urban Meyer and company released a statement saying the franchise failed to properly consider the impact of the higher Jags director of sports performance. Chris Doyle resigned last night just hours after the team was criticized for hiring Doyle. Was accused of making racist remarks and belittling and bullying players during his time in strength coach at Iowa
Inside the NFL: Super Bowl LV Recap
"With the sun headed down to Charleston to play in a tournament down there. We were last week up in Pineville. And so we've got some hockey in there and got to watch the Super Bowl. It's been a really good week this past week, So no, everything's going well. Good. And, you know, I know we're about a week removed from the Super Bowls, but I do want to get your opinion because we talked about it last week here on Raleigh's retirement coach, What was your overall thought Me personally, I am amazed that Tampa Bay kept Kansas Lead to such a low scoring game. Yeah, I think that's the first time that my Holmes has been held without a touchdown since he's been in the NFL. I know it's the first time that he's lost by double digits or more, which is incredible by more than one score, which is incredible things. He's been in the league 3 to 4 years and has happened. I think it was his worst defeat since, like 2016 or whatever. When he was in college we had to believe in her high school says quite a beat down to be fair to him. He was injured, and he didn't have his offensive line, which really starts. Went up later and really right from the very beginning. I think he's a phenomenal athlete. I thought, you know, obviously, Tom Brady got the M V P, but I thought that Tampa Bay defense probably should have gotten the M V P. But Brady was, you know, phenomenal. He brought into pieces there. He got drunk to come out of requirement. He got Antonio Brown to behave himself. He got Leonard for net who is disenfranchised for the Jaguars to come and play and you just didn't hear anything from him all season long. Those guys got to work, I think. The guy probably go down as the greatest of all time. He's not the greatest athlete of all time, but I'd have to put him up. There is one of the greatest leader in sports to be able to get, you know, 70 guys, you know all the guys that you got on a football team and be able to make it to 10 Super Bowls. He's got seven Super Bowls more than any franchise in the history. So I told you before I'm a
Jaguars, accused racist strength coach Chris Doyle part ways
"I'm Julie Walker the Jacksonville Jaguars and embattled strength coach Chris Doyle parted ways Friday night a few hours after the diversity group blasted the demon called the hiring simply unacceptable coach urban Meyer says Doyle resigned the day after he hired him the Fritz Pollard alliance whose mission is to increase diversity in the NFL ripped the Jaguars and said racist allegations at Iowa should disqualify Doyle on Thursday Mar defended is hiring saying their relationship went back twenty years and he was vetted I would pay Doyle one point one million dollars to resign after more than a dozen black players had said he discriminated against them Doyle denied the allegations a lawsuit is pending I'm Julie Walker
The hidden history found in your teeth
"And why don't you to think about the image that you see when i say. One word migrant pictured a crowded boat in rough waters people clinging to the top of a freight train or crossing desert wearing worn out shoes. This is what we see in the news cycle. Twenty four hours day after day story after story people who are desperate fleeing wars climate change fleeing poverty but in reality most people move from common reasons to get a good education to find a job to find members or to fall in love. And this is nothing. New archaeologists like me have been studying migration and finding that people for hundreds even thousands of years have been moving around the globe from europe's earliest farmers to vikings to pirates roman gladiators and even the nfl caveman and people like you and me. Mobility is one of the things that makes us human people move and we know this because of something that you brought with you here tonight you carry it with the many places to work to the gym to bed and even in the shower. It's not your cell phone and it's not any person your pockets it's you it's your body and your bones all two hundred and six them. I brought mine because your bones will tell the story of your life even a single two and we know that teeth. Tell us many things for your dentist. For example he or she can see if you floss or if like me really like candy and you might end up with some cavities. And if my dentist is here tonight will see you monday. And i've been very good but your teeth also tell you something about migration you take your tongue and run it along. Incisors these front teeth. The back of those will be flat. If you have european or african ancestry if you feel sort of scoop or shovel shape your ancestors may have been native american or migrated from asia. If we go inside the tooth so the pulp cavity we may be able to extract the dna. And see if your ancestors came from egypt or england or both but we're not interested as much in your family's migration history as yours and we're that's where we go to the tooth enamel what it's made out of to try and find out if a person moved and even when they moved and it's based on one simple idea that you are which eats all the minerals and elements in the food like calcium oxygen. Which is the h two sodium in. Salt can tell us something about your diet. So we know if you or white bread if you prefer pork chicken or if you really like seafood there other elements that. Tell us where that food came from. And that includes sulfur strontium oxygen and even lead. Which of course you don't want very much of but these tell us where the food comes from and that can tell us where you were when you you're eating and that is what archeologists us to identify ancient migration if we look inside the tooth enamel conc- for example in your first molar. This is the one that was forming along with your baby teeth. But it's only when you still have and that tells us where you were living as an infant if we look at wisdom tooth which is the last tooth the form. That enamel would have been mineralized before you hit your teenage years. So we know where you're living then if we look at your bones and in that pause you just formed new bone cells. That's telling us what you're eating and what you're doing just about the past decade of life so we can really track where people moved and we've looked at this for hundreds and thousands of individuals to identify migration in the past. So i'd like to introduce you to some ancient migrants. If we go back in time sixteen hundred years we can go to the city of coupon where the people lived in. What's honduras if we came around the year four hundred ad who might have walked into broad plazas under really hot tropical sun was shining onto bright red painted buildings altars and carved statues in front of them. If we'd come on the right day we might have seen. The inauguration of ruler can initiate kook mall roughly translated that means son faced first mccaw. The maya rulers had really great names bird jaguar. Dark lady great but what was really neat about yash. Kusumo is that he established a dynasty that lasted for more than four hundred years. And every depiction we have him. Show him in foreign clothing. This is what people weren't central mexico which was not in the maya region and actually hundreds of miles away so for a long time. Archaeologists thought that this was a foreign king but his teeth told a different story by sampling. His first smaller has wisdom tooth and bone. We found that he in fact probably came from somewhere in the maya region so he wasn't migrant but he made lived in multiple places before coming to colpon even though he dressed like he was a foreigner
"jaguars" Discussed on Get Up!
"A completely different player You know over the past couple of months antonio brown has been a lot more productive. All the other weapons have been have been more comfortable. But i wanna say the biggest the biggest improvement i've seen is upfront along the office a lot since that last since that lasts. Tom brady only be hit. Sixteen times in eight games. If they can block that same front they will prosper. That's block of the front. They will prosper to leave it to the offensive. Lineman tell us the offensive line is the most important part but it does make sense. And louis riddick let me come on that thought because we had sort of two different schools of looking at since there by the buccaneers. Five games have looked like an entirely different team. But they've done it against less than outstanding competition even their playoff game against a sub five hundred eighteen. So we're trying to figure out how much everyone is buying into. The new and improved tampa bay bucks are you. I'm buying into them. But i don't know if i necessarily mall that competent. No as far as this game is concerned because the saints assault the pocket better than anyone against this team in particular and by assault the puck and i mean from guard the guard if you watch the game down in tampa bay where they absolutely just got bludgeoned. They were just destroying the interior of the pocket. Here and tom brady looked as comfortable as is as uncomfortable as he has. Looked all season long then. Defensive coordinator knows that so then when you start doing that obviously the ball's going to come out. Quick in the saints are very good at playing man to man coverage. So that's going to be a problem then on the other side of the ball. How much has the tampa. Bay buccaneers secondary really matured and improved. Because they made a lot of mistakes in the second match up that they had regular season. That's going to be a key also so watch pass protection and then on then buck your secondary plate. Those will be the key components of this game all right. I'm going to hold you on. That thought. Because i have the most exciting sentence in television adam. Schefter has breaking news. What we have. We'll greenie the jacksonville. Jaguars and are in advanced talks to try to finalize a deal. That would make meyer the next head coach of the jacksonville jaguars. The two sides met again yesterday to try to finalize this deal. They are continuing to talk. And i'm told it's either jacksonville. Or bust for urban meyer. There have been some other teams had been connected him. I'm told it'll be jacksonville. It'll be nobody he's going through a process. The.
"jaguars" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"That the jaguars only average twenty two point one points per game and they've turned it over twelve do the differential and turnover takeaway. The steelers are a plus nine. The jaguars are minus three. So there you have like the difference. You look at points scored from both both sides. That's the difference. That is the difference. The pittsburgh steelers offense the jacksonville. Jaguars defense is the major major difference maker here and it should be. It should be what decides the outcome of this game. This is the game again or the steelers have plenty to prove in what they can prove to each and every fan around the globe is simple. Take the show on the road and give us a dominant performance outside of heinz field. Something you haven't done in recent memory in especially in jacksonville. We all remember what happened. There in two thousand eighteen steelers were favored with a hard-fought game. Ben roethlisberger that was the game. I completely forgotten about this play. Until dave brought it up in his podcast. Were ryan switzer in the back of the endzone gets mauled. It looked like it was an interception to end the game in the red zone however they get an untimely. There wasn't on time down there. I think there are six or seven seconds. Left the steelers elected go for it. Instead of kicking the field goal the senate overtime is a busted play. Ross keeps it barely. Get the ball. Over the goal line touchdown steelers win. Walk it off end of story. I want to see them void that type of outcome in week. Eleven how my picks who. I like in this year's game and what is the score going to be. Well stay tuned. We'll be right back with that in a hard heart. Sp nation presents the sp nation nfl show five weekday episodes to get you.
"jaguars" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"We'll see their time to talk about the defensive side of the football now craig. Let's preview your article a little bit you can on eyraud head pride preparing you for what the jacksonville jaguars and john wonderful people are going to present to you on sunday they they utilize why cross a little bit is that right yeah that's right <hes> diff- lipa abo- with foale's near the end of twenty seventeen when he was the quarterbacks coach for the eagles kinda help develop them some flood concepts to try and beat some match zone coverages and they use them a lot. We kind of i'm explaining in the article. The way that why cross is used for a simplified thing basically the why why the tight end runs a little bit of a deep crosser and they try and get him in that space between the safeties and the linebackers there are a bunch of variations nations are a bunch of things that they can do with their x and y or x z receivers on the outside and they're slot receiver but i explained a couple of ways that they can can win in those matchups and then i actually went back and watched steve spagnolo's defense playing in week fifteen against nick foles and def- lippo and actually destroyed one of them on the goal line with a well-timed blitz and i kind of explained why that works and why those flood concepts can beat the match zone coverages and how steve spagnolo can counter them so be on the lookout for that if you haven't read it yet. Go check it out really really the jaguars are probably just excited to blake. Bortles does not have to q._b. These white crosses anymore you at least have a competent thrower guy that is not more effective. I'm just scrambling out behind the flood concept but no it's a great article and like craigslist. He's kind of walking you through what the concept is. There's ways to stop it and it also like why it's still going to cause some issues potentially for the chiefs so issues something to look out for. When you're watching the game you take it over to your kickoff party and you're gonna look really smart to all your friends you start calling out why cross and how and why it's being stopped or effective so make sure you're using craig's knowledge for your own game. Yeah give that a try wanna see as you can utilize it is it's gonna be good. I i've seen some of the clips that he's he's posted for. It and i am looking forward to reading as well so be on the lookout because in appreciate craig's fantastic editing ability his clips have gone to another level of this waiting time. He is pretty much on n._f._l. Films yeah no the tool that he uses to kind of help. Draw schematics someplace i. I need to probably need to probably take a few classes from craig trying to give the people a little more insight. That's all it's it's nothing fancy winston renaissance stuff. It's good stuff man <hes> and just expect you're going to kind of get a scouting article for both sides of the football mad. He's gonna talk about what the offense can do against the ponant every week. Craze gonna talk about what's what the defense can do against the opponent every week and it's it's really good stuff. I'm really excited to see what they what they kind of reveal every single week so be on the lookout for that our rights second storyline. What does the real defense defense the real steve spagnolo defense with the starting defense. What's it look like from <hes> from a schematic standpoint craig. That's what we're kind of anxious to see. Oh man i. I'm not only my anxious from his command standpoint. I'm also anxious to see all the personnel and the field together. They played together as a group for about two..
"jaguars" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"A happy red freaky friday kansas the city. It is gave the kansas city. Chiefs played the jacksonville jaguars in week one of the n._f._l. Season and the a._p. The laboratory is here to preview that game the a._p. Laboratory meaning my good pal find him on twitter at chief and carolina and handed a birthday boy yesterday matthew lane happy birthday old man thanks can. I'm getting up their age. I i'm closely approaching everybody else in this podcast age. I won't ever actually touch guys because that's how eight years work but i am. I'm closing in on the big thirty next year so that when time will be exiting my prime in will no longer be able to do a nerd squad combine but that's okay hey matt that was thirty divided by six that is not an even number five. I a bit perfectly. Sorry sorry clearly tried to set you up for five star view joke. I know where you're going bassy. I'm trying to back off. The five star review jokes now because i feel like i've gotten on some people's nerves with them. Soundtrack not just getting guys. I did not catch the five-star bit review. That is my fault. Don't be like me fail. The five stars please go to your interview dropped. The five stars tent set this up perfectly. He deserves it. You can put on their kid. Gets this five star view. That's my fault and that other beautiful voice. You heard that was actually daniel day lewis. I'm sorry i mean craig stout. You can find him on twitter at barley hop. I did listen to every second of the podcast that i miss earlier this week and i think the correct answer for craig's definitely daniel day-lewis not only because they both have facial hair but they're both the goat. I'm just going to ignore that. This whole thing is happening right now because i learned today. That matt isn't fourteen. I just he's so much younger than me that i thought that maybe he was just in the prime of his teenage years here but but no he's almost thirty wow four of your teenage years i feel like if you're probably teenage years you were doing something very correctly is a teenager like yeah. Sixteen is the start of your teenage years. If you're born as long ago as i was fourteen eighteen year about half of your life already you're having your midlife crisis then craig donkey on himself. They're just beating you guys to the punch. That's all it is. That's <hes> if you do that who wants to make longevity of life joe crag. That's only for somebody if such renaissance man and find taste look. Let's get to the football. Shall we yeah how about the jaguars right yeah. No we can talk about them. <hes> also if you still have a little bit of time to join our pickup league if you are if you're listening to this and you haven't joined you're gonna get one point wrong probably for the for the bears and packers game but there's there's still two hundred and fifty five more games this n._f._l. Season to catch up. I think you'll be just fine so we started a little <hes> little e._s._p._n. Pick 'em league. Check it out and you can find find the link to it on my twitter account at can't underscore.
"jaguars" Discussed on The Phinsider
"Website defense. Outer dot com. We've talked about the discrepancies and we've tried to pinpoint what exactly is happening. We can't quite put our finger on its Zak with the Jaguars with a one five record on the road one and four conference in the division. Three seven record in the conference. You're three and five record at home. We've been trying to figure out what's been going on with the dolphins. And we can't quite put our touches on it. But when you look at the Jaguars, right? What do you think would be their problem for their Row Records? I mean, obviously, it's not a great season. And last year you made it to the AFC championship game. But did you kind of see this last year as well? At points. I did it was just I think the team as a whole overachieved last year in that's not to discredit them. Because I last year was just absolutely wonderful for Jaguars fans in the team alike. I mean, they did play incredibly well. But it wasn't something that they could bring into this year with the same expectation level the see that dominance of performance from their defense and the offense to be able to get just enough Dunton, you know, be in sync with that defense. They they believe that they could. That's why the extended Bortles, but that formula teams pick up on it. It's not up in to have the injury left that they had last year. It just there was no way that they could possibly replicate that they bought into it teams realize that hey, you get their offense off their rocker. The defense can only do so much when you know, they're out there getting tired. And then what makes it worse as the offense comes out and. Puts out a three and out in the defense. Right back on the field. So you'll see early and games Jaguars defense looks really good. When teams start running the ball down their throat right after the offense just puts up miserable miserable showings on the side of the ball. The defense starts to give out in. I don't know if I can blame them too much because they're on the field way. Too much time of possession might not show it because I don't really know. Why just you can you can tell when you're watching the game at the offense is way too quick on and off the field. And it's hurting the defense in it hurt them. So quite honestly as much as the Jaguars offense is a whole has had issues if they bring in someone like Kirk cousins mass off season, or obviously, you know sucks with his injury now. But you can't assume that he has the same thing here, but Alex Smith in this past offseason or drafting Lamar Jackson or moving up for a quarterback last year, and realizing that you got lucky with the one year, Blake Bortles gave you I truly believe that this entire team might be a difference. Relation with a quarterback change where the offense when be dragging literally every aspect of this team down sack. I feel like you're speaking to me when. CD's of your team of offense. It's a little bit of defense. It's a little bit of coaching. What I found with the dolphins is that in our last six losses at in critical junctures of the game. Our defense has given up Greek consecutive scores and every single one of those games. So the defense tends to break down for us at the worst time. So I will be looking for the Jaguars to possibly be more successful later in the game than maybe you're accustomed to. But let's kind of let the script a little bit and talk about kind of something in a vacuum..
"jaguars" Discussed on The Phinsider
"And also the NFL draft Zach actually getting senior bowl credentials this year. So we'll talk about that Zach but welcome to Finsider radio. Thank you for joining us here on this preview episode for one of the most exciting matchups in the NFL this weekend. I really appreciate you having me on I feel like this pod is going to be a lot more entertaining than the three hours. We're gonna spend watching the game on Sunday. Yes. So the over under right now for the Jaguars verse dolphin stands at thirty eight dolphins coming out with a seven seven record the Jaguars coming with the four and ten record. But we know both. Offenses. No, no greatest show on turf on this Erade stuff. It is probably you know, some of the worst offense you could possibly see an interesting enough. Adam gaze of as we all know as we've all talked on this show ofensive group, but not so much here with the Miami Dolphins both teams ranked towards the bottom of leagues in all categories. Cody Kessler your quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars Leonard for net. Dede Westbrook actually coming along pretty nicely though with Kessler at the helm as we head into this game. Can you just talk to us mainly about the Jacksonville offense where does the offense the and right now what kind of threat do they pose if any what can we expect from Leonard four net? We know he's kind of dropped off this season with injuries and production and and on and off the field. What's the general sense? We can get from the Jaguars offense or when they go. Dolphins defense. Are they going to light it up? I'm just struggling trying to think of like a weapon that they even have because if they had one I'm sure they'd tried use it, but the offense has been pretty anemic throughout the entire season. Other than the first couple of games of the year where they had things rolling their way. But Dede Westbrook. I mean, he's been playing mainly slot. But occasionally splits out wide, he's turned into probably one of the best separating route runners in the entire league really really fast people thought he'd coming and be deep threat, but they really polished him up in the short game. And honestly, I think that's Cody Kessler best friend 'cause I think he threw it past ten yards last week more than I think he did it twice. So that's just kind of his thing that he tries to keep things in the short game and try and create yards after the catch. And it doesn't help that the Jaguars left tackle, I believe is there on their fourth starter their second or third starter at left guard. Second starter at center, and then the two guys that actually are still starting on the line that we're the start the start of the year just really suck. So all in all it's been really really bad for this Jaguars offense injuries have heard quarterback play hurt at the end of the day. You know, everything right now is hurting this offense that the ender bet the under the under this upcoming weekend. Sack. Thanks for joining us. I know Jacksonville doesn't have chance of the playoffs. All call the dolphins. Chances a Wylie Coyote chance. Have the over under of thirty eight. But what we're all forgetting that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were real soft this year in their scheduled and schedule anybody from the state of Florida. So this defacto game between the Jacksonville Jaguars. And the Miami Dolphins is the battle for Florida. So everyone running into this game. But now, let's let's address the elephant in the room. Should the dolphins Jaguars? Just go ahead and have a coup may for a two quarterback. Because that's essentially what we're looking at. And have you had a chance to look at this quarterback class yet who do you like so far I have? And I think probably the most ready to play out the gate is Dwayne Haskins. And that's like weird to say considering this his first full year as starter a redshirt sophomore. Granted he is twenty one he's going to be turning twenty to believe the week after the draft. So he's a little older for kit. Seraing what class he's in?.
"jaguars" Discussed on High Noon
"Because as it happens. That allows the due to give you the ball to give it to you get what the hell I see you big all be any dropped the ball. They're after. But this is oh, this is a team that is looking for an identity, and they have found it in opposition to their former coach, which is strange because you know, the guy was fired. But hey, well, whatever. Defining identity an identity for week. It'll be identity the next time. They play them. Then I go into a game against the Steelers feel like we're gonna show Hugh Jackson. They wish they could though last day. Blake Bortles after losing estimated, Josh Allen and the bills. The Jacksonville Jaguars have made some changes Doug Marrone, his analysis that Cody Kessler will start Sunday against the colts. And this morning announced that they are firing offense coordinator, Nathaniel Hackett, according to you and Rappaport Hackett quote thought he was being called into discussing QB change. Instead he was out and quote, obviously, the QB change happened. Anyway. So what is your reaction to this news? This doesn't make any sense now right now it made no sense to fire Hackett at the expense of Bortles than I imagined hack. It's frustration where he thinks they're about to tell them that. Finally, he can call somebody to blame for it was like now we had to be cooking with game. And they tell them. No. We're about to be cooking with Blake without you. And then after they fire him they say, oh, by the way, Blake Bortles is being benched. So whose faults are you saying that this is that it's going in this way? If you think you need to check out another quarterback. Why did you wait this long to season? You didn't have to set fire to the season before you make any of these decisions. I don't understand anything. They are doing right now the best defensive what the Jaguars are doing right now is that they are finally recognizing who is bad at their job that they employ. Maybe they truly believe that Nathaniel Hackett isn't the answer that the fact that he was running the ball. So often about sixty to seventy percent of the time while I'm not saying that it was. Look at that. Right there. You know, what they should have done. Right. Then what do they play? But here's the problem. If you do not believe in the annual Hackett then. Yeah, I get it. Get him out of there. Maybe he's not the right? Chef for this kitchen with two weird ingredients. But the second thing you do which is getting rid of Bortles. We were all calling for it. So my question simply is if you are Tom Coughlin, and you're trying to be Preservationists about yourself rinse you like be served to get like a week with Bortles and then play this as long as possible. Because getting this all done today seems like it's a bit too radical for his self interested personal go look at the quarterback that Doug Marrone is as the fan you'll Hackett to coordinate in Jacksonville and in buffalo now that being it this team has lost six games in a row. And if you wanna see the level of frustration here, let afford that won't find somebody so bad that he ran sixty yards to do it. Now, this is one of the most Larry's plays I've ever seen because it's one of those simultaneous possession things. I never really understand how it works. But neither one of these is letting go to ball knows right? They laid up all. All top each other everything else this four that. He wasn't in the game. Right. He's ready to go. The scrat- happened. Carlos. Hi,.
"jaguars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Good morning, Amy. How are you? Fantastic. Heard. You say about an hour ago that people aren't listening believe me people are listening to I was being a smart ass. But I was hoping no one was listening while I was singing along. That's not how people listen I want to I wouldn't have a job. If nobody listened men I understand I want to ask you about the Cleveland situation. Now, they fired the head coach and Haley, correct? Well, why would they do that? Why wouldn't they just remove Haley? Yeah. That's a good question. I feel well they're maybe it's easier to answer why they wouldn't just remove Haley with the Hugh Jackson par as opposed to the other which would be just removed Jackson, not Haley Haley just got there. And he's been the guy working with Baker Mayfield. But it sounds like the environment itself had gotten pretty toxic around the two and that there were starting to be rumblings in grumblings in the locker room, and that players themselves are starting to challenge coaches, and that's a leadership issue. Right. It's not just about these two strong personalities butting heads and having different ideas. It's also about a crack in the in the leadership chain. And then you throw in the record of three thirty six and one and the fact that they've lost three in a row, although you can easily see the Browns being five two and one that's the crazy part. I mean, how is the kicking issue Hugh Jackson's fault? But yeah, it sounds like they just wanted to clean that out. Because if it wasn't the the friction, and it wasn't the personality clashes if it wasn't. The, you know, the the two of them going back and forth about how things should be done. Well, then it was the leadership problem. Well, I listened to a couple of days ago, and you were talking about that you were through defending Eli and let me ask you a question about your. I was through defending Odell Beckham junior. Oh, okay. I'm sorry. But, you know, ally not being a mobile quarterback and isn't bad as the giants. Look, he's why wouldn't they try to get that quarterback out of Tampa Bay? That's now on the bench. You know what I mean? Because you I which one. Excuse me, which one James the kid played for Florida state. That said Jameis Winston not Ryan Fitzpatrick. No, not be your answer. I don't think Tampa Bay is going to trade either one of those guys because right now, neither one of them is a viable long term solution for the rest of they don't even know if they're going to get through the next game without making a quarterback change. They're going to need to have both of them. So that's probably why what do you think? The giants blow it up then. And start over when well at some point, you know, because it looks like they're not going to be a contender this year, you know, only halfway through this. I don't think they need to blow it up. They obviously have glaring issues. They've traded away pieces of their defensive that he could get something in return for the defense hasn't been bad. But you can't you can't trade a guy if nobody's willing to give you anything in return. They traded some of the pieces they felt like they could get a, you know, value for in return. And then they obviously cut a guy on their offensive line. Who was really bad? The o line is still a major issue in terms of of the rebuilding. You've got some incredible young pieces on offense. So I don't think you need to blow the whole thing up and start over they likely will go after a young quarterback to start getting him ready. I mean, I still don't think Eli is the sole issue. It's not like all of a sudden he can't run. He's a manning. They don't run, and it's really about the protection to think about it saquon Barkley. He's had one one hundred yard rushing game as good as he is. He can move and yet he's still not finding rushing lanes behind that offensive line. Yeah. That's true. Well, lastly since I left Philadelphia, and I'm down here in Carolina. Now, I think the Panthers are putting it together. Yeah. They certainly look like it don't they? They sure do long way to go. But it's better. It's better to look good than to look bad. Thank you. I appreciate the call in Myrtle Beach at Myrtle Beach on Myrtle Beach depends. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports radio. Yeah. The Eli manning situation as much as people would like to dump him is not happening. He has a no trade clause. So he's likely not getting traded either. I I highly doubt that if they went to him and asked him to waive the no trade clause that he would he's got young kids in New York. He loves New York. He's talked about wanting to spend his entire career here. Now, they decided to cut him at the end of the season. That's their prerogative. But I don't think of his own volition. He's going to agree to leave New York to go somewhere else. People point to the situation in Jacksonville. Where Blake Bortles is sometimes the issue, but not always he actually played well enough for them to win on Sunday in London. But they there you wanna talk about soap opera after week eight. The Jaguars not only went to London and didn't play walnut. Couldn't capitalize on their -tunities. But their defense had four guys who spent what I've heard is nine hours in jail in a foreign country because they went to. I guess you could call it a bar. It's been described as as place, it's big on burlesque. They went to an establishment an adult establishment and thought somehow that their drinks were getting comped. I would say that it was a language or cultural barrier, except you know, what they speak the same languages we do. And so they ended up trying to leave and walk out on a seventy thousand dollar tab seventy thousand dollars. Okay. There's three of us here in the studio right now. And I know we're not big football players. But could you imagine running up a seventy thousand dollar tab with the three of us in one more? What the heck how much alcohol is that? It can't just be alcohol. There's no way it had to be extracurricular activities tone of appetizers. That too so food drink and entertainment seventy thousand dollars. I mean, you'd be there quite a while they were entrenched anyway, so they rack up this Bill. They think they're allowed to lead. They think it's I don't know where they got that idea. They get into a fight with some bouncers and some people outside the bar, then they get arrested and spend eight nine hours in jail. Bury church was among them. I don't know how you don't bench those guys. But either way that's the kind of soap opera that the Jaguars have become this is the week after they're screaming and yelling at each other on the defensive side of the ball. Certainly a lot of intensity and passion. They're just not a whole lot of success. These days the Jags may need to be a team that's blown up. They were just in the AFC championship. All right. So you can find me on Twitter Ayla radio. Take our touchdown Tuesday. Whole you can also weigh in on Facebook and coming up next show..
"jaguars" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Injury report dealing with a quadricep offensive tackle lane Johnson. Still fighting a high ankle sprain that he suffered a few weeks ago defensive tackle loading Nado at the calf again and then offensive tackle Jason Peters with the biceps. That's going to be literally every week. Now, it's not gonna untarred self quarterback. Carson still dealing with some back. Issues, but is going to be back. Your biz fully expected to be in full participation tomorrow. Jacksonville Jaguars injury report who just run through this real quick did not participate winner for nets. Not gonna play a quarterback. DJ? Hayden cornerback Taylor. Pat Mun in linebacker Donald Payne those three guys don't mean. Really anything limited participation starter. AJ boy, either the cornerback dealing with a calf defensive end Kleist Campbell ankle and hip off its lineman. Brandon Linder the only good player on that offense as dealing with a knee. Oh, other than normal, of course, dealing with a foot injury and titan James. Oh, Shaughnessy, sir. Offense offensive lemon, Jeremy pardon Nell with the show that's a really beat up offense of line. And Ben you look at this roster. We looked at it as depth chart. Now. It was like this is so gross. What they're putting out on the field. And you realize that got cameramen smell offensive tackle out of Alabama. He's on the Andre goolsbee. The tight end is on. I r you've also got we'll Richardson which was going to be there. Reserved tackle tight end Niles Paul Austin Severi Jenkins. Three titans. Yeah. Josh wells, the tackle Corey grant the running back marquees Lea he's white. That's a different Mark. Usually is it is listened to you bet receiver. Yeah. Yeah. Wide receiver remark. Easily one of the homeless DB here on pro football reference anyway to mess with you that is a lot of players and this offense of roster is kind of gross before we before we get to this gross depth chart for the Jaguars offense. Is there? Anything on the eagles injury report that you wanted to touch on before we get into this Jaguars overs. Eagles c-conversation just generally it's very interesting to see how they handle some of these limited guys like not as the first one that comes to mind lane is another one comes to mind because you're getting close to the by. So you're going to have that extra week of rest, and like it'd be really helpful for like these guys done with Hammy is like you said Sidney Jones or Corey Graham Darren sproles, you get two straight weeks of rest, you know, like, you know, like. Corey Graham ready to go against Jacksonville. Do you play them or do you? Let him get two more weeks of rest, knowing you've got safety problems in worrying, you reactivate it when you know, you could have gone him that extra week right risk management. Yeah. When you're coming into the by and you have this many injuries. I mean, kind of make sense you you haven't had your by weekend. You're about to get it. And it's going to help you get more healthy..
"jaguars" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"The average starting field position. For the Texans was their own twenty four yard line that put ten points on the board right there out of the Houston's twenty. But Todd washes playing ultra conservative. He runs a ton of zone and when he does run man, very rarely do you see any press tight man? You see a lot of off man that's giving a ton of cushion. We would know what that's like. You're in Philadelphia. Not at all. And the Jaguars like to run a lot of four man Russia's, they don't like the blitz. That's great. If you've got the guys that can do it and they certainly do. But when it comes to the point where you are refusing to adjust from running, so with so much cushion to where teams of even like recently Dak Prescott has not been what he was his rookie year at all. It was regarded as a game. The Jaguars should have done well against the past in even he came in and ate them up because he just took what they gave him with all that cushion in that room to work underneath to where they're releasing the ball. So quick. It doesn't matter that he can got quite has thirty pressures on the year in his still getting near the quarterback because the ball's out so quickly that this defense is just getting eaten up. Zaka described the Jaguars defense, not the eagles defense. Yeah, yeah. And, and you have you? I can definitely see the comparisons because you look at both teams and you see, especially along the front four just dynamic pass rushes on both sides right in that they, they're yielding the same issues. And I think that's going to be. I think that's actually something that someone that's smarter than me at football. You could really dive into a cool project of multiple defenses across the league just to see how offense is what the firepower were seeing these days in defenses in their inability to adjust to what the new face of the passing offense in the NFL is doing. I think we really cool project anyway. I think the Jaguars can find a way to eliminate guys like alshon Jeffery in even a guy who's been forced targets underneath in Nelson galore with playing a little bit more press rather than opening up. You know, the underneath zones have maybe like you mentioned on my show, having Jalen Ramsey shadowing, alshon Jeffery. I think that. A really fun match up to watch. They were to end up doing that, that that can solve a lot of the issues because the pass rush has the ability to get home, but they can only do so much when offenses are constantly taking what they're being given..
"jaguars" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"From locked on Jaguars joining us. You can follow him on Twitter at Zach, underscore, good. All that's g. o. o. d. a. l. l. he covers the Jaguars and he is going to give us some insight on the Jacksonville. Jaguars give us a feel for their struggling offense. Their quarterback situation where Blake Bortles in Cody Kessler their defense, whether or not they're the same defense better for worse. So this is going to give us a good overview. Of what the Jaguars look like from someone that covers the team. I hope you enjoy and let's kick it over to that right now and joining me today from locked on Jaguars is my good friend, Zach, Goodall, Zach, how you doing brother? I was doing good when I saw the Jags might have been making a quarterback change, and then Monday came and shattered my dreams. So just about your average normal star to your week, how do you feel about scoring less than ten points in three games with the immortal? Blake, Bortles, see, that sounds horrible. But. But why? But what you really dive into it. You got three drives out of sixteen in the first half going for forty plus yards in the rest sticking about twenty or less. I don't even remember exactly how many were three and outs because I started to cry as I was putting those together that that tells you just about where it's at man. Yeah. So I mean, let's let's dive right into Zach. You guys are in a similar situation. You're off to a three and four start in a mediocre division. What's the feeling around this team right now? Because I'm just starting to really dig into the Jacksonville Jaguars team after having watched them a few times live in some all twenty two because they ended up playing like the titans or something like that, and I ran across their film. So if I say anything that's off base, please let me know. But Blake Bortles was benched for Cody Kessler last week. And I guess my question would be a, why would you have either of those quarterbacks on your roster and. And how can this team turn things around this year when that's the type of quarterback play that you're getting, especially when you're missing, you're starting left tackle, and you're only one play away from giving significant playing time to a guy like Eric flowers, air missing. You're starting left. Tackle your key reserve left tackle. You're plugging in a guy that's never taken a snap at left tackle is your third string. He's a converted right guard and you're to quarterback options are Blake Bortles in Cody Kessler. I mean, this is like Canadian league style football. At this point, I'd rather be watching that there might be better talent out there in all in all seriousness. When you look at this offense, they've devoted themselves to shadowing, Blake, Bortles deficiencies by power run game. Sometimes it's worked when Leonard net has proven that the theory of him being made of paper machine is correct things go haywire and they brought in Cody Kessler to replace Chad Henny as his backup as a younger alternative in..
"jaguars" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"No army in the past right that would be weird for them to literally put out a report that was absolutely false which by the way they weren't responding to a story andy has handed hurt but it's like now it's becoming a bigger deal and they don't mind that being a story i don't know i'm just playing devil's advocate they are they are the manipulator of the lead i don't yeah i mean so there's anybody that would do that it would be new england yet i will ever it has sort of an opinion and how the jaguars could beat the patriots and many don't think that it's possible the doug marrone is getting advice from many people including a group of kids who wrote a children's book on how to defeat the patriots they actually sent it to the jaguars and here is a shortage of ham it to me when i was coveted anyway also one want to be the patriots his health advice from number one thing as the bulls first great that's the one thing i will say about this week it's of throw me off by i find it hard to believe how so many people have an opinion on how to be the new england patriots are no one's really of as have done that the first grade class than in it is that two very important piece of advice number one don't be nervous and to focus on the football i think those are both great has its things to remember when the jaguars applying trip over the job from that first noticed you i love that they actually got it to the coach that's amazing and finally philly police are issuing warning warnings to business says about the nfc title game celebrations at the eagles were to win other nervously there could be riots in philadelphia said they're telling businesses to take precaution and protect your property remove anything outside of the business like if there's flower pots are signs or anything because people just he crashing through their thing to turn on your cameras so that if something does happen they can catch the guy and if you sell alcoholic beverages put them in plastic cups and do not sell bottle.
"jaguars" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Jaguars hearing about a called we may we just didn't execute them you know we wouldn't be having these conversations have we you know executed those plays in in such as life so i'm not looking to convince you encounter a man i'm just telling you we were comfortable with the calls that we made um and they stood up in those moments bellingham wediat no i didn't so my tomlin's not changing his mind he's not backing down and ben roethlisberger says coach last set him when he asked to put in a quarterback sneak and that he doesn't have the ability to audible to it on the line because coach tomlin hasn't given him an audible or has allowed him to have that audible and that freedom to call is oh number one third the line is criminal interesting what about the steelers and their future mike tomlin also addressing some of the decisions that they have to make in the offseason did you know that the offense have coordinator todd haley's contract is up what about that sometimes sometimes i haven't heard of the gala one describe it is sometimes they relationship full of friction it sometimes a relationship that between todd haley in bed rothlisberger that makes you wonder if they actually want to work together although it's been a productive relationship for the most part his contract is up could there be changes there and also from inside the nfl's final four doug mirell a grouch he'll explain why coming up after hours with amy lord's here's our latest sports update and here's jay berman.
"jaguars" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"Seeing ghosts i you know what he was seeing dead people they they were playing an airplane in pittsburgh secondary so yeah eight you look it you look it mike mitchell talking about man we can't wait to face them goes or back to their head coach talking about facing them in a rematch weeks before they even play um iin that kind of that kind of in maturity that they're running back later beyond bell is asked a question during the week preparing to play the jacksonville jaguars about his contract and he's basically like you're not gonna punk me all sit out for the year me nuts you want the khanna maturity were a guy goes hey listen man i'm focused on the jacksonville jaguars contracts that will take care of itself i'm not gonna talk about the contract right now i'm worried about winning a playoff game none on all he'll go indepth into telling everybody in pittsburgh that he's not going to sign you know any punk deal i i just like there's just a lack of maturity nine inc it starts with the head coach and then you know you go right from that to some of the decisions made on the football field um i'm doing a fox radio interview mike in unlike fourth down in one you'll four thousand eight inches twice one time they run some type of toss play to the outside against this exceptionally gifted talented in fast jacksonville jaguars defense and it gets stuff behind lana scrimmage and then they have some rpo uh on the second fourth down at one and roth burger throws an incomplete pass and unlike where's the quarterback sneak and so research while we're on the radio figures it out he hadn't run a quarterback sneak since 2014 rothlisberger has not ron i'll say it again a quarterback sneak since 2014 i saw tom brady do it and get a first down i saw drew brees do it universe down since 2014 and ben roethlisberger prior 2014 on on shorts yardage situations quarterback snakes he was eighteen of nineteen converting quarterback snakes.
"jaguars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"In the secondhalf david was brilliant he was than you think about the last six games that he played he didn't throw for over two hundred yards in any one of them and he threw only six touchdowns the nine interceptions so you coming into this one he's coming off of a a career low with in percentages in what he's doing is a quarterback you knew that he would have to manipulate some things with his feet and with his legs to keep planes alive but in the second half as a third down situations you could see he was calm and collected he didn't look like they're player that he looked like the last six games and once again just like their big stiffarm that he had up against the jaguars that touchdown that he had the block that he had at the end of the game you saw how much the titans team rallied around him and talked about him to build his confidence going into that football game and he excelled with and you know what a guy connects with the team look at the reaction from the sideline after that blocked through on the henry run and the guys that ran over the offense of live in guys defensive players that came off this off the bench on the sideline and were celebrate with mary oda it shows how a quarterback does connect with his team and as you just mentioned david now the fact that they had his back and he has there is i mean that's really what it's all about the come robbery and you saw it after he there are a lot of quarterback said would kind of not get in the way of a defensive player and he didn't just get in the way he threw his shoulder tyga leverage you got underneath rumble but yeah i mean i think they're just goes to show you when you're in the playoffs and you're part of their team you know how important a quarterback is for your success and how important it is to let him know that you all have is back and you have confidence in them and you could clearly see that in tennessee team the way they responded the.
"jaguars" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"When allowing in the game when they turned it off he broke it i am i said this igc can he and he he's he didn't think that this was true i say the 2017 jacksonville jaguars can i they say they will but i think they legitimately have a shot at go into the super bowl i i believe it how many teams that we see go to the super bowl with a running game and defect it's important to note i also think the minnesota vikings can't go do or at a may i dunno can't go to this the it doesn't end with case keen them holding the lombardy there the season does not end to a hold were blake boral's well it or is it leonard for net than hoods old in lombardy eight it's more likely that the vikings by a whisker but still it's a little more likely that you could see teddy bridgewater holding the artists is waste cain is case keno is a backup quarterback he cannot just ate a is not going to go 60 or not sixteen games whatever he's out what's have been thirteen games or so 1213 kid he's not going to do that then when the playoff games to get to the super bowl and then when he just enables a difference i can't say i don't i don't know if he can regain what i can i do that the nfc the one thing about the nfc that the afc doesn't have they have potent offenses in the nfc you look at it i mean you're talking about the rams the saints who don't even throw the ball and morris warren 47 points i mean some of the bigger point spreads are coming from the nfc all a second the patriots the steelers our our winter when our as timing giant they hackery i haven't scored four you're right but okay but the rate of atris did it just recently but look carolinas' done it i mean so it's gonna you're going to.