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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME MEANINGLESS FOOTBALL!? Ugh. Jags vs. Bills. Ratings galore. Crap on a roll or grease fire on top of a flaming swamp? It is going to be ugly and sad. Anyways, If you guys still care about this season, I decided to do a Q&A with the boys over at The Jagernaut. Enjoy and die.
1) How do you guys feel about Mike Mularkey so far?
Mike Mularkey is an interesting case. On one hand, it's becoming clear with Chad Henne's play that he stuck with Blaine Gabbert entirely too long. The Jaguars are 2-9, and that's not any good by any team's standards in the league. On the other hand, Chad Henne has made this offense look proficient in areas they had been nothing short of awful with Gabbert taking the snaps. It's noteworthy that I've never had the sense that the Jaguars quit, and that's a big issue for losing teams. Personally, I hope Mularkey does enough to get a second year as the head coach, and with a couple more wins, I...
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There are few things in the NFL that gets the fan base of the Jacksonville Jaguars more riled up than people quoting myths, as fact, in regards to the team and the stability of the franchise in Jacksonville. I will attempt to try to explain the myth versus the fact and provide easily research-able facts to try to dispel some of the more egregious myths.
Blackouts: This is the biggest...
Former Philadelphia Eagles DE Jason Babin had a good amount interest from other teams after he was cut by the Eagles, but we're sure this isn't the place he imagined he'd be going.
A league source is reporting that the Jacksonville Jaguars have claimed Babin off waivers, securing his contract through 2015.
The talented defensive end now finds himself going from bad...
It was not expected that former Eagles defensive end Jason Babin would pass through the waivers process unclaimed.
As some predicted that a short list of contenders would quickly upgrade their pass rush to head into the playoffs, it was obvious that a non-contender would earn his rights thanks to how waivers work.
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Nothing says 2-9 like coming up with a new item called the “Jag Rag.” The Jag Rag will end up costing you around $10 but the good news is that portions of the proceeds go to charity. So at least if you decide to buy one of these terrible looking things, you will at least be helping out a cause.H/T: Deadspin
For years now Pittsburgh Steelers fans have waived the “Terrible Towel” at Steelers’ games. Now Jacksonville Jaguars fans will have their own towel to waive. Bert Sparks, the entrepreneur and Jacksonville native behind the Jag Rag, is certainly earnest about his endeavor to unite Jaguars fans with his Jag Rag. On his site, a slogan boasts that the Jag Rag is “The Spark...
Game time: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
Jacksonville Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey said quarterback Chad Henne has an opportunity to earn the starting job going into next season.
So far, Henne appears to be taking him up on the offer.
The 2008 second-round pick will try to lead the Jaguars to consecutive wins for the first time since 2010 on Sunday when they visit the sinking Buffalo...
Jason Babin isn’t one to keep a cork in it when a microphone is put in his face, and he kept to that reputation only a few short hours after his arrival in Jacksonville. The new defensive end for the Jaguars took the opportunity to rail against his former team and the media following his [...]
Despite never considering the implications of the products hilarious name, the Jacksonville Jaguars have begun to sell team towels known as a “Jag Rag” (Credit: Dead Spin)
In case you have not had enough news about NFL towels recently, we have one more. From Ray Rice “disrespecting” the Pittsburgh Steelers terrible towel to LaMarr Woodley “warning” Ray Rice over his treatment...
Ryan Talbot: Bills 21-10
I predict the game is blacked out and we’re all better off for it! Seriously, Buffalo 20-10.
Brandon Hess: Bills 34-24
Buffalo can’t get off the field on third downs, and have lost all three match-ups against the AFC South this season. Despite these trends I think this is the week the Bills put together a solid 60 minutes on both sides of the ball. ...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have claimed two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Babin off waivers from Philadelphia.
The Jaguars (2-9) will pay the remaining 1.69 million of Babin's 2012 salary, essentially taking a low-risk look at someone who could significantly upgrade one of the league's worst pass rushes.
Jacksonville has a league-low 13 sacks...
No shortage of Philadelphia Eagles headlines these days…
Evan Mathis was playing a different spot on the offensive line at practice on Wednesday–at center, in for Dallas Reynolds. Could this be the case for Sunday? – Birds 24/7
Jason Babin has landed…with the Jacksonville Jaguars. – ProFootballTalk
Does Babin’s departure signal the beginning of the end of the Wide 9 for...
The Jacksonville Jaguars will play against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Neither team is in the playoff hunt but both are already experimenting for next season.
Jacksonville seems to have resigned from seeing Blaine Gabbard (injured, demoted) as a cornerstone of their future. They will continue to play Chad Henne the rest of the way as they attempt to see if...
In the passing department this week, injuries opened the door for Colin Kaepernick and Chad Henne, each of whom has been terrific in two games with extended action. For 12-team leagues and deeper, Kaepernick already looks as if he's a weekly No. 1 option, though he has yet to be officially named the starter this week. If Kaepernick were somehow benched in favor of Alex Smith...