Found August 13, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:

da2a1903 b986 3dc0 9a49 a48d7416b140 QB Breakdown: Blaine Gabbert [Quick Take]Blaine Gabbert…..another struggling, average quarterback.

Blaine Gabbert had a pretty rough season last year.  The Jaguars ended the regular season with a 5-11 record and Gabbrert put up very poor stats.  Gabbert only had a completion percentage of 50.8, not to mention he also threw 11 interceptions and had 5 fumbles.  He also only threw for 2,214 yards and ended the season with a very low QB rating of 65.4.  Gabbert has several problems that he needs to fix immediately for this Jaguars team to excel.  Blaine needs to have a bounce-back season.  There is a lot on his shoulders and last season, Gabbert didn’t step up and be tough and a true leader and that’s what the Jacksonville Jaguars need.  After a disappointing season last year for Jacksonville, it doesn’t look like this season will get any better.

I see the Jaguars going 6-10 and having a very poor season.  I think Blaine Gabbert will improve, but not by a huge margin. I think he will throw for more yards and his completion percentage will improve but they won’t make the playoffs, especially because of the fact that they are in the same division as the Houston Texans, a very good all-around football team.  The Jaguars schedule is a pretty tough one as well, going up against teams like the Texans, Packers, Patriots, and many more.  The Jacksonville Jaguars have many problems that they need to fix now.

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