Found October 24, 2012 on The Penalty Flag:
Jacksonville Jaguars’ fans are asking themselves a simple question this week. What just happened? The Jaguars went across the country to play the Oakland Raiders and looked like a competent team for most of the game, then disaster struck. Maurice Jones-Drew got hurt, Blaine Gabbert got hurt, Chad Henne took over and the team took a nosedive in the second half. And now all that’s left is to ask why? This was a game the Jaguars needed to win probably more than any other one on the rest of the schedule and for a solid 45 minutes of game time, looked like one they would. Why? Well plain and simple, Henne was put into the game after a bad shoulder injury to Blaine Gabbert knocked him out of the game.… Read more
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