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Monday, September 28, 2015

Jags we are who they thought we were

The Jags were the biggest underdog of the weekend and we did not disappoint. I understand we were suppose to lose the game. Yes... the Patriots are good and killed us the last time we played them in the playoffs as well. However I believe my text message to my buddies sums up my feelings. " I knew we was going to lose, but dangit man." I would make excuses about bad luck with injuries, but our "franchise quarterback" is healthy. I would say how bad out roster was but  I see Justin Durant and Pot Roast still out making plays. The only excuse I have left is we are young. However as every team should know there is a fine line between athleticism and experience that personal directors and coaches must remember when building a team. The Jags did exactly what I hoped for in the off season. Lets get healthy with Julius Thomas which should open up the underneath and by week 5 lets be 2 and 3. Well the good news is I've been playing fantasy football more this year and doing descent in my regular fantasy leagues I have a winning record. In my daily leagues I am barely below even.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

My new site about NES and SNES Games

As most of you know I have loved playing video games for years. Since back to the days of NES and SNES. I've posted quite a few posts about more modern games on this blog for years. I found some cool SNES and NES Emulators and recapped some of my favorite games all time at my new site check it out. I recently made Fred Taylor for the Jacksonville Jaguars on Super Tecmo Bowl III and ran for 3,000 yards in a season. Check out my new site and let me know what you think. It's almost NFL Draft time and that means football season.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Jaguars 2015 Draft

So far the Jacksonville Jaguars off season has been strong. Julius Thomas will make a immediate impact and give the Jags more flexibility in this years draft. The Jaguars should draft Dante Fowler; then in the second round draft the highest rated back left. To be a good starter along with Denard Robinson. In prep for this draft I'm thinking about getting this New Jaguar Hat let me know what ya think. Lets go Jags.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Can Jacksonville Crash The Playoffs in 2015

For the last few years, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been trying to become competitive. They have not been above .500 since 2007, and they’ve only won 14 games in the last 4 seasons. However, all that losing as allowed them to stockpile some pretty nice draft picks. Slowly but surely, they are putting together a contender for the playoffs once again. Some feel like they have an outside chance to shock some people this upcoming season in 2015.

When you only win 3 games in the 2014 season, not a lot of people are going to consider you to be a great franchise. However, they did show some signs of improvement last year in the regular season. They had a rookie quarterback learning how to get things done, and Blake Bortles should be a little bit better in year 2. Every team looking to make the playoffs needs to have a franchise quarterback to rely on.

Last year, the numbers certainly were kind for Jacksonville in general. They were slightly better running the ball compared to passing the ball, that should equal out a little bit in 2015. The defense was slightly below average, and opponents had a somewhat difficult time passing the ball against them every once in a while.

There seem to be plenty of rumors surrounding new Jacksonville might take with the 3rd 
overall pick. They have a bunch of different needs, and it really will come down to who is actually available. Adding Julius Thomas is really going to help out the passing game since he is one of the best tight ends around, but they still need help in the passing game to really allow Bortles to flourish. Even though this is his 2nd year, he needs to really convince management that he is the long-term solution. That is the only way they are going to turn the corner.
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Saturday, March 7, 2015

2015 NFL Free Agency

The Jaguars should empty "The Bank" as the call Everbank field and bring in Julius Thomas. No other player or position would make as great an impact on this team. From the people I've heard speak of him in private conversations speak of him highly. This is my plea to the Jags, Shad Khan, Dave, and Gus come on fellas. I'm excited about Tuesday. 

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Warriors Clippers Game 2

The Warriors act like this game was a lost cause for most of the game. Based on the league saying they missed a call last game that would seem reasonable. Golden State needs to get a game on their home court and beat the daylights out the Clippers and the league in game 3.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

The Reason The Jaguars Should Draft Teddy Bridgewater

The reason Jacksonville Jaguars should draft Teddy Bridgewater is because he is the most pro ready quarterback in the draft. The reason his draft stock has dropped in the last month is because he had a awful pro day. The reason he had a horrible pro day could be because he didn't wear his gloves. I watched highlights and games of most of the other quarterback in the top of the draft. They all did not make quick decisions with the football. Another issue most of the other quarterbacks have are timing routes with their receivers and hitting their receivers in stride. The other quarterbacks tend to make the receivers adjust to the ball. The greats put the ball either where only the receivers can get it or hit them in stride so they do not have to slow down to make the catch allowing yards after catch. This is where Bridgewater separates him self from the pack.  Bridgewater has the ability to make quick reads and not make receivers adjust to his throws as often as the others.  They should take him no matter who is on the board; because he is the only franchise quarterback in the draft.