Posted October 25, 2011 on
In this edition of the Jaguars Premium Blog, we examine the future of Jack Del Rio, question if the Jaguars playing the best players, examine John Harbaugh's gaff and why the football seemed slippery on Monday night.
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Jacksonville Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio suffered an injury to his left leg during Monday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
As a result, Del Rio was using a golf cart to get to and from the practice field on Wednesday.
Del Rio suffered the injury when Ravens punter Sam Koch ran into Del Rio while chasing kicker returner Mike Thomas out of bounds.
The coach and former NFL...
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio is limping and using a golf cart to get to and from the practice field.
Del Rio injured his left leg in Monday night's game against Baltimore. Ravens punter Sam Koch hit Del Rio while running Mike Thomas out of bounds. Del Rio was using a crutch to get around the building Tuesday and was driving a golf cart Wednesday. He also had his entire...
What I'm going to do in this space today, at least until John Harbaugh's press conference, is look at a crucial decision made in Monday night's 12-7 loss to Jacksonville Jaguars.
Here's the situation: The Ravens just scored their first and only touchdown of the game. There were two minutes and two seconds left in the game. Baltimore had two of their timeouts remaining...
It was an absolute debacle last night for the Baltimore Ravens, a complete implosion, an ugly display of football unmatched in the John Harbaugh era. With all eyes on the Ravens in front of a nationally televised audience, the offense appeared completely flat and uncertain of what to do throughout the entire game. The offense [...]
If he's lucky, maybe something else will rub off on Jack Del Rio besides Icy Hot.
Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny joined PFT Live on Tuesday, a day after the Jags shocked the Ravens on Monday Night Football. Posluszny explained that, before the game, coach Jack Del Rio told the players that, if they want to be respected, they need to win the game. Win it they did, and respect they have…
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Maybe it was the revered opponent. Maybe it was the prime-time stage. Maybe it was the five-game losing streak.
Either way, it was enough to motivate the Jacksonville Jaguars to their best defensive effort in years.
The Jaguars dominated the Baltimore Ravens in a 12-7 victory Monday night, allowing 146 yards, forcing nine three-and-outs, recording three...