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What Austin Pasztor’s position change means for the offensive line – Bleacher Report

"Now more than ever, tackles are switching inside to guard thanks to a skillset that better suits more traditional tackles and the overwhelming responsibly of blocking edge-rushers who seem to become more plentiful and talented by the year.So, like those who have come before him, Pasztor will try his hand at guard. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s completely absent from the right tackle spot; in fact, he’ll probably continue to see time there as well."

Jacksonville Jaguars must navigate through mid-season road stretch – ESPN

"The Jaguars play Buffalo in London on Oct. 25. After a bye week, the Jaguars play back-to-back road games at the New York Jets and Baltimore. That stretch begins after the Jaguars have a legitimate chance to go 3-3 (more likely 2-4) in their first six games.All three of those road games are winnable, especially the first two. Even though Buffalo has one of the league’s best defenses — the Bills were fourth in yards allowed and first in sacks, third-down efficiency, and total QBR — the quarterback situation is a mess. There is actually talk of Tyrod Taylor winning the starting job over EJ Manuel."

Thoughts on London and the Jacksonville Jaguars – Florida Times-Union

"When the Jaguars are in London for their Week 7 game against Buffalo, I expect owner Shad Khan to make two announcements: A second four-year agreement with the NFL to play one “home” game per year in the U.K. (the current deal ends in 2016) and next year’s game will be against the Green Bay Packers……Tottenham’s stadium design to have an artificial playing surface under a retractable grass field will solve a big issue. The Wembley playing surface (natural grass) hasn’t held up well in the NFL games."

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