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  • Kampman is gone, ******* hell.

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    • Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuckkkkkkkkkkkkkk

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      • WOOOOOOOOO. I was there, BEST GAME EVER

        Good

        Mike Thomas. WOOOOO
        Garrard. WOOOOOO
        MJD. WOOOO

        Bad

        Pass defense. WOOOOOOO

        Ugly

        Scobee. WOOOOO

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        • Great game...love to see Mike Thomas making plays and getting catches. Our leading Tackler was Courtney Greene, which is horrible to have a safety as your leading tackler, we shut down there rushing game for most part. But once again the lack of talent in our safety positions really let Houston stay in that game.

          Zach Miller could of had a break out game I'm really hoping so, because I think people have really been waiting for him to show something and have that breakout game everyone thinks he is capable of having.

          Derrick Harvey has to be about done on this team. Im starting to think it would be more valuable to have him off the team than on it. If there was a game that he could of shown his pass rushing abilities more than ever it was this one, this was a all out passing game and we should of been rushing the passer all game.

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          • What game was that I don't even

            my head hurts

            Good

            Defense. Stepped up and bailed us out.

            Bad

            MJD. He got us the win after having two embarrassing turnovers.

            Refs. couple of questionable calls.

            Ugly

            Garrard. wtf bro

            Tiquan Underwood, receivers in general. Quit dropping ****, k?

            I'm having trouble making myself happy about this win. eek.

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            • Something to make you happy, Unseen.

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              • And who was a Jags believer? This guy! YFS'll vouch for me!

                Looks like the Titans are about to go on a nose dive, and the Texans are two games back. It's up to you guys to take down the evil that is Peyton Manning and the Colts. No longer shall they darken our doorstep! No longer shall we shake in fear Sunday morning! No longer shall they cast a shadow across our AFC South land! It is time to rise, yonder Jaguars! Arise and take hold of your destiny!

                Haha!

                Hahahahahahahaha!

                Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

                AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
                Still Team The Ke$ha!!!

                [@TDWinstead]
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                Damn Ke$ha is sexy.

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                • that game hurt my head with the inconsistencies.... but! I won't lay the blame solely on Garrard for that offensive fiasco.

                  1. MoJo INT. That was an awful play choice. I blame Koetter and MJD for calling it and then throwing it.

                  2. 2 INTs off deflections. Granted they were behind the receiver, but they still hit the body. Those are catchable. I blame the receivers (Marcedes and don't remember the 2nd, think it was Thomas).

                  3. MoJo's fumble -- I can't really fault him. He was fighting out yards and had it stripped while being gang tackled. Sometimes you just gotta know when to go down, but I like that he doesn't.

                  4. Garrard's fumble -- That was a really good hit by the defender. Low and near the ball. Garrard came off limping and in pain, so that must have packed a wallop. I blame the defender.



                  The game wasn't the fiasco it was during the SD game. That game was wrought with awful play. This game had some unfortunate bounces and missed opportunities.

                  The best thing to take from this game? The team stuck with it and turned it around. They need to play sharp from the get go to beat the Giants. Great defensive performance.

                  GO JAGS!
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                  • Oh yea, here's to the Colts getting beat up on by the Chargers next week and to the Jags winning and taking a clear lead in the division!
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                    • Im happy with this win because for one thing we stopped a RB that was doing awesome in Peyton Hillis he only had 48 yards. The deflection INTs really disgusted me Mike Thomas and Marcedes you have to catch those. Marcedes kinda made up for his by making a touchdown after a disgusting drop by Tiquan Underwood on the 1 yard line. there was just as much bad plays as there were good plays in this game. WE HAVE TO PLAY BETTER NEXT WEEK AGAINST THE GIANTS. Thats all there is too it, We have the tiebreaker against the Colts so technically we are in 1st place.

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                      • Originally posted by TitanHope View Post
                        And who was a Jags believer? This guy! YFS'll vouch for me!

                        Looks like the Titans are about to go on a nose dive, and the Texans are two games back. It's up to you guys to take down the evil that is Peyton Manning and the Colts. No longer shall they darken our doorstep! No longer shall we shake in fear Sunday morning! No longer shall they cast a shadow across our AFC South land! It is time to rise, yonder Jaguars! Arise and take hold of your destiny!

                        Haha!

                        Hahahahahahahaha!

                        Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

                        AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
                        That will require the Titans tanking the game in two weeks.

                        I know I can count on you to do what must be done, TitanHope.

                        I know I can count on you.

                        ...

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                        • So I was posting this in reply to a really misinformed mock draft but then figured it became waaaay too long, so I just decided to post it here to get y'all's feedback. If we can perfect this, we can just copy/paste it whenever some ignorant mock drafter has us drafting a WR in the 1st and a RB in the second.

                          DISCLAIMER -- Remember boys and girls. GM Gene drafts BAP. He loves trading down and hates trading up. He loves big over small. He loves polished and mature over immature and projects. He loves motors and never quit attitudes over players that give up. He has a history of taking seniors and captains. FINALLY AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, he loves BAP... wait, did I already say that? Anyway, remember this when reading the analysis, because what I've outlined is perceived need, not BAP. If an amazing OT was available every time the Jags picked, I fully expect (and you should too) that GM Gene will either draft the player or find someone willing to trade up so that he can acquire more draft picks. THE KEY IDEA IS YOU TAKE THE BEST PLAYER AND FIND A WAY TO PLAY THEM.

                          TEEM NEED EXPLANATIONS:
                          QB: Garrard is mercurial. He is fire and ice. When he is on, he is ON. When he is off, well you get the gist. Garrard has played very well though for most of the season. His contract still has as least 3 years on it. The problem is he is old and the Jags have no QB prospects on the roster (all apologies to McCown and Edwards). The Jaguars haven't drafted a QB since 2004 and that is a major issue. GM Gene is on record as saying that they want a QB and that this is a very strong QB draft. He has made moves to acquire more picks and has stated that while he doesn't like trading up, a QB is something that he would trade up for. Summation...
                          Jags need a future franchise caller.

                          RB: Maurice Jones-Drew, no comment. Rashad Jennings is a good change of pace back. He's got good size and can pound out the yards. He also has great hands out of the backfield. His issues seem to come with indecision. Deji Karim, a 6th rounder last year, is the primary KR and can spell MoJo at any time. He's build just like MoJo, 5'8" 200lbs and runs just as hard and may be faster.
                          Running back is good.

                          FB: Montell Owens is a ST ace and a capable blocker. Brock Bolen showed some running ability in the preseason and has the ability to block. Greg Jones was thought to be trending downward but in the last few games has shown renewed vigor and when he plays well, he plays VERY well. They have also started to reincorporate Jones into the offensive play selection.
                          FB is good.

                          WR: MSW is a good WR. He has sure hands and good athletic ability. His problem? He can't stay healthy and disappears at times. Mike Thomas is a very good receiver with extremely good hands and a great build for YAC. He might be the best receiver on the team. Kassim Osgood has OK hands and decent athletic ability. He mainly is on the team for ST, as he is a Pro Bowler in that regard. Jarrett Dillard has exceptional route running and hands, but he has landed on IR for the last 2 years and cannot stay healthy. Tiquan Underwood has great speed and good height, but lacks bulk and consistent hands. The last WR spot is always rotational. Currently on the WR block- Jason Hill, John Matthews, Clarence Denmark, and Nate Hughes.
                          Jaguars need a consistent 3rd WR.

                          TE: Jaguars have a very good TE corps. Marcedes Lewis is one of, if not the best, combo TE's. He is a top 5 blocker and a top 10 receiver. He is currently 2nd in the NFL with TD grabs. Zach Miller is a QB turned TE. He has great athleticism and very good hands. He just needs to learn TE just a bit more and improve his blocking. Zach Potter is a pure blocking TE. He has massive size. Needs to improve his catching. This is an ascending group. PS has Mike Caussin who offers intriguing upside.
                          The TE's are good.

                          OT: Eugene Monroe and Eben Britton are the building blocks of the offensive line. Currently, Monroe is farther ahead than Britton, especially now that Britton is on IR. Britton is considered a better run blocker and Monroe is consider a better pass blocker. The backups aren't much to speak of, but Black has held his own so far in Britton's place. Haslem has good size and upside. Both Terry (former 2nd rounder) and Whimper (former 4th rounder) are journeyman types. The PS has Baldridge, who offers massive size, which you just cannot teach. A Colliereqsue project.
                          The Jaguars could use a solid OT to push Monroe and Britton to new heights or to supplant them.

                          OG: The Jaguars have an aging interior line. The Jaguars currently have 3 G's on their roster. 30 y.o. Manuwai, 29 y.o. Smiley and 26 y.o. Nwaneri. Manuwai, in his prime, is one of the most dominating run blockers in the league, but has been hobbled by his knee injury from 2 years ago. Smiley was a very good starter for SF and Miami, but has since been slowed by injuries and was recently beaten out of the OG position by Manuwai. Nwaneri just recently received a contract extension and plays the pass and the run both equally well. The Jaguars have no players on IR or the PS currently.
                          The Jaguars need some new blood here desperately.

                          C: The Jaguars currently have one true center on the team, Brad Meester. He is 33 y.o. and as of last year, was not playing very well. This year he has had a slight resurgence and is playing pretty well for the most part. Nwaneri was in a battle for the starting C position with Meester and might be the heir apparent. The Jags currently have Brad Vierling on the IR and John Estes on the PS. Both have some upside.
                          The Jags need a new center to be at the very least Meester's replacement when age catches up to him.

                          DE: The Jaguars have exponentially improved their pass rush since last year. The recent emergence (held back by injuries) of Jeremy Mincey has really helped. Harvey, once a 1st round pick, has been relegated to the bench and a rotational role as his production hasn't improved since his rookie year. Kampman was the best signing the Jaguars have ever made on defense and was playing great until blowing out his previously uninjured knee. Austen Lane offers good size and a tenacious motor. Larry Hart has exceptional physical ability but needs to work on his bulk and technique in order to compensate for his lack of size. UDFA Aaron Morgan has good size and athletic ability, but needs to work on his bulk. He seems to have a very high ceiling.
                          The Jaguars are extremely young at DE. They could probably stand to add at least another talented player into the mix.

                          DT: The Jaguars spent 3 picks in the last 2 drafts on DTs. Knighton and Alualu seem to be the real deal and have proven to be a very effective starting duo. D'Anthony Smith was placed on IR during training camp, but looked good up until his injury, the fear here is that he may have lost his explosion because it was an Achilles injury. Behind the three picks, there is UDFA Leger Douzable and UDFA Nate Collins. Douzable has played decently in rotational action and Collins hasn't played yet, but seems to offer potential. C.J. Mosley is also in the mix, but has yet to play. 2nd year man Dre Moore is on the PS and has intriguing size and physical skills.
                          Behind Knighton and Alualu, the Jags face a uncertainty. The Jags could stand to draft another massive man to backup Knighton, as Smith seems to complement Alualu.

                          LB: So far this year, the LB's have been average. Daryl Smith is the only player that I can say is safe in the LB corps. Smith is a consistent player who is plays well and consistently. Kirk Morrison seems to be slower than advertised but hasn't been really awful. Justin Durant has all of the physical ability in the world, but needs to put it together on the field mentally. Cutrera offers upside with good size and speed. Allen has average size and speed but makes up for it with great instincts and awareness. PS has Alvin Bowen, an undersized LB and Slade, who I admittedly know nothing about. IR has Bosworth, Smith and Keiaho. Bosworth and Smith offering the most upside of that group.
                          The Jaguars need another playmaking LB. The LB's are cross-trained, so the best 3 should be on the field at any time.

                          CB: Mathis is an aging CB who, in his prime, offered shut down coverage, but has recently been very susceptible in the passing game. Cox started the season off poorly and was understandably benched. He has since been reaffirmed as the starter and has played very well. He is the best tackler in the secondary in terms of wrapping up. The rest of the CB's are Wheatley, Jones and Middleton. Middleton seems to have overtaken Jones in the Nickel set and offers upside. Jones, while being burned by Manning, played alright and has tons of physical talent. Wheatley could be the next Scott Starks, as he has amazing speed, small size, and is plagued by injuries. McGhee is a pure returner and would only get PT if the defensive secondary was ravaged by injuries.
                          The Jags need a true #1 CB or at least a very good #2. They cannot compete in the AFC South without a strong coverage group.

                          S: This is an intriguing group. Courtney Greene and Don Carey are the current starters. Greene has played pretty well in his starting tenure and has only had a few mental lapses on his resume so far, which is understandable considering its his first year starting. Don Carey has all the physical tools you could ask for, but seems to have issues wrapping up and has had some mental lapses, again, which is OK for a rookie (basically). If both continue to improve, this group could really have a whole different feel to it than at the beginning of the season. The backups are Seansidine, a perinial backup, and Brackenridge, a jack-of-all-trades type player. Only Brackenridge offers real upside. This group is better for having gotten rid of Nelson. Michael Hamlin is currently on the practice squad and offers some upside. Terrell Whitehead is a small school UDFA who offers intriguing size and speed.
                          The team would not be hurt by adding more players to the mix here. The biggest hole is at FS though, which means the Jags could look for a true center fielder.

                          K:Scobee has been red hot this year. Minus the Texans game, he hasn't missed.
                          Kicker is good.

                          P: People complain, but Podlesh is being asked to directional punt. Just look at the return yards and the number of fair catches.
                          Punter is good. You don't draft punters either.
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                          • There's still a lot of work to do on this roster.

                            QB is a given. They'll take one, and they'll take him early, even if it's considered a "reach" by everyone else.

                            TBH, I wouldn't mind drafting a replacement for MSW (not in the first round, though). I think he's garbage, inconsistent, and held together with spit and band aids.

                            O-line still needs massive help. If a good tackle prospect falls, I wouldn't be surprised to see them kick Britton inside to guard. It might be a better position for him anyways, as he was really struggling with speed rushers before he went down. And he has short arms.

                            DE, S, and CB...not much that needs to be said there haha. They really just need to blow up the secondary and start all over again. I'm still intrigued by the idea of Cox playing safety.

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                            • I'll have to respectfully disagree with you on MSW. I think he is a fine WR, albeit not necessarily a #1. His biggest issue is injuries, which does not speak for the talent of the player.

                              I agree on the OT. Tackles are usually considered better prospects anyway in terms of sheer talent and athleticism. I remember when Britton was drafted, the biggest knock was his short arms. He's got the fire to be a road grader though.

                              I don't think you plug Cox in at safety unless you find a replacement at CB. CB's are harder to find than safeties (obviously). Granted, if we found 2 CB's to replace Mathis and Cox, I think Cox could be a great FS. He's got some of the best form tackling I've ever seen in the secondary (on defense in general actually, all things considered) and rarely misses a tackle. He's also got the ability to play center field.
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                              • Nice list.

                                Yeah, I actually like MSW. He's not as good as I thought, but I like him still. If a BAP WR fell in a high round I wouldn't hesitate to take one. That's just given from the fact that aside from MSW and Mike Thomas, the Jaguars don't have all that much.

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