The Jacksonville Jaguars appear to be ahead of schedule on offense according to head coach Gus Bradley. We’ll explore the coverage there as well as other places.
"The Jacksonville Jaguars are ahead of schedule with the installation of the defense during organized team activities, which isn’t surprising because a lot of the players are in their second and third years in the system."
"The Jacksonville Jaguars’ 2014 season can best be described as patient, promising and rough. A 3-13 record is hard to look at positively, but it was an important year for a lot of reasons, and there were some good things to take away from it.Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles showed signs of improvement, the defensive line was efficient and hard-hitting, and young players like Telvin Smith and Brandon Linder excelled in their rookie seasons."
"The Jacksonville Jaguars haven’t had consistently good quarterback play in a season since 2009, when David Garrard started all 16 games and threw for 3,597 yards and 15 touchdowns.But with second-year quarterback Blake Bortles firmly planted as the starter going into the season, and an assumption he can play in all 16 games next season, can he do better or worse than 3,600 yards in 2015?"
"With all Allen Hurns’ accomplished his rookie season, you would excuse him if he allowed himself to begin to feel a least a little comfortable with his status in the NFL. After going undrafted in 2014 all Hurns did was become Jacksonville’s most productive wide receiver as rookie."
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