Found February 12, 2013 on
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Ok, yes the headline can imply a variety of jokes on the Internets and blogospheres out there in the world. The Jacksonville Jaguars need a LOT on offense. Being in the bottom third of the league offensively, 29th actually, you tend to be the butt of the jokes. However, there are some things on the offense that will not change. Some personnel will stay the same. So while the team can get laughed at for being so poor offensively, the coaches and GM will be evaluating to make things better... Read more
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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.
If you remember, Gabbert left Missouri a year early to enter the NFL draft. His new qb coach Frank Scelfo made it clear that if Gabbert had stayed in school...
Blaine Gabbert needs to make big strides this year to stay the face of the Jaguars’ future. (Credit: Stephen Morton/AP)
To say Blaine Gabbert has had a rough start to his NFL career might be an understatement. The 10th overall pick in the 2011 draft, Gabbert has compiled an underwhelming 5-19 record, 53.8 completion percentage, and 21 touchdowns to 17 interceptions.
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 →
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...
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.
Frank Scelfo told Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union that Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert would be the top rated quarterback in this year's draft. The logic behind that claim is...
Blaine Gabbert hasn’t wowed with his talent during his first two seasons in the NFL, but one of his Jacksonville Jaguars coaches still believes he is a top-level talent.
Gabbert was viewed as a franchise quarterback when the Jaguars selected him 10th overall out of Missouri in 2011, but he hasn’t exactly lived up to the hype. He’s started 25 games in two seasons, completing...