Posted November 21, 2011 on
The Jaguars slim playoff hopes all but vanished on Sunday when they couldn't score a game-winning touchdown against the Browns. Find out Jack Del Rio's status and who was at fault.
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Coach Jack Del Rio broke down Jacksonville's final, failed sequence at Cleveland and found plenty to fault.
He refused to blame play-calling, though.
Del Rio said Monday he had no problem with offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter calling a pass on a third-and-goal play from the 1-yard line with 3 seconds remaining at Cleveland. Many believe the Jaguars should have put the ball...
Bill Barnwell had fun this weekend and came away with 11 things he loved. Among them, Jack Del Rio's horrific clock management:
With four points separating them from the Browns, the Jaguars had a third-and-1 on the Cleveland 5-yard line with 46 seconds left. They had one timeout to work with, which left them the option of choosing to run the ball. They rightly chose to do...
Jack Del Rio broke down Jacksonville's final, failed sequence at Cleveland and found plenty to fault. He refused to blame play-calling, though.
“[Colt] reconfirmed for me that he’s a tough guy and he’s a battler … It feels to me like he’s not reeling as much.” – Pat Shurmur
“Our offensive coordinator calls the plays. I can’t speak to his thinking.” – Jack Del Rio
“It changes the whole attitude, gives you a new energy, makes you excited to go back to work.” – Joe Haden