In the first walkthrough snap of Thursday’s public practice, quarterbackBlaine Gabbert lined up wide left, with Robinson at quarterback. He gave the ball to Ace Sanders on an end-around and Sanders then gave it to Gabbert who was moving back toward him. Gabbert threw it to the Robinson on the right.
There are two schools of thought when attempting to evaluate Gabbert’s career thus far. On one hand, he came into the league at 21 years-old, just four years removed from high school. He was one of the youngest starting quarterbacks in the history of the NFL and was forced into the starting lineup before he was ready….
…On the other hand, his play has been below average so far, at times downright abysmal. While it typically takes a quarterback several years to really “blossom” into their potential, today’s game has gone a bit against the grain in that regard.
The Jaguars, meanwhile, have a lease that would require a massive, $100 million-plus payout to break, and few other teams look likely to move out of their home states in the next decade.