He was thrust into the starting lineup as a rookie, then benched and injured in his second season. While trying to learn all the nuances of one of the toughest positions in team sports, he went through three offensive systems and four different position coaches.
As a result, his bright spots have been few and far between.
Now, entering his third season, Gabbert is down to his final shot at becoming the team’s franchise quarterback.
Ryan O’Halloran says cornerback is a tough position to read heading into the draft
“The most difficult position to evaluate on tape is cornerback,” Caldwell said without hesitation. “It’s just a hard position to evaluate because of the college game and obviously our scheme will be a little different than what a lot of colleges play.”
The University of Rochester Campus Times says it’s time for the Jaguars to move past Gabbert
The Jacksonville Jaguars are in the worst position of any team, with the Gabbert project failing miserably. Taken as the 10th overall pick in the 2011 draft, Gabbert was supposed to be the Jaguars’ franchise quarterback that they would build from the ground up. The problem is he wasn’t at ground level; he was at the bottom of a deep pit