Prowling The Web: Jacksonville Jaguars have some positives


The Jacksonville Jaguars had a tough loss on Sunday to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, struggling to keep the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense in check.

What we learned: Buccaneers 38, Jaguars 31 – Jacksonville Jaguars team site

"That was a message in Bradley’s postgame comments Sunday. That may not mean a rash of released players, but Bradley said, “Something’s wrong in how we play.” What can be done to eliminate mistakes and missed opportunities? We’ll see, but there’s urgency to this situation and you could see it in Bradley Sunday."

Jacksonville Jaguars defense has delivered – Bleacher Report

"However, it’s not fair to completely blame the defense, especially considering the situations it was put in by poor special teams play and crucial offensive mistakes.The best stat to sum up that situation is the fact that Tampa didn’t score a single touchdown from drives that started from within its side of the 50. The Bucs made three field goals, but the three drives that started in Jaguars territory all resulted in touchdowns."

Jacksonville Jaguars football may be bad, but at least it’s cheap – ESPN

"The Jaguars might not have much success on the field, but at least fans at EverBank Field aren’t shelling out top dollar to watch bad football. The Jags rank No. 4 in affordability, best in the NFL. At $57.65 on average for a ticket, there’s only one team in the NFL cheaper (and it’s the Browns, who aren’t exactly tearing it up, either)….…In addition to the cheap tickets, the Jags’ concessions, parking and merchandise all are below the NFL average. Another bright spot is EverBank’s stadium experience (19th), and there are four big reasons for that: two giant video boards at each end of the stadium and two pools located in the north end zone."

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