Found February 13, 2013 on
The Fake Football:
As I was sitting down to write my third installment for the Sophomore Slump (Busters) trilogy involving the wide receiver rookie class; I found it very difficult to justify a possible slump for guys who didn’t exactly galvanize the fantasy world.
My trend of three players pertaining to each positional category didn’t breakdown accordingly either. I found there were four rookie wideouts that posted statistically comparable numbers during their rookie campaigns. As a result of this I came to the conclusion that I will be writing spotlight articles for each individual over the next few weeks. I felt a more precise and in-depth breakdown of their strengths and weaknesses, and potential growth opportunities would broaden the evaluation of these players. Why read about rambling pertaining to four guys in one article when I can stretch the first year madness into four separate pieces!
On that note, you are Just-in time for the first of Four Quarters: Justin Blackmon.
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Blaine Gabbert has been the NFL for two full seasons now. While his on the field play hasn’t exactly turned heads, the Jaguars now have a new quarterbacks coach. Perhaps a new opportunity for Gabbert to get his skills set.
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Blaine Gabbert needs to make big strides this year to stay the face of the Jaguars’ future. (Credit: Stephen Morton/AP)
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A week after Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said the organization plans to “build around” their youngster, new QB coach Frank Scelfo claimed Blaine Gabbert would be the first signal-caller taken in this April’s NFL Draft. The 23-year-old Gabbert, … Continue reading →
It's not often that you see a quarterback needy team bashing the incoming crop of quarterbacks, but that's exactly what the Jaguars' new quarterbacks coach is doing -- sort of.
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