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Big Cat Country has new update
1 day ago Jaguars call sheet: Lack of creativity on offense leads to loss against Texans
Photo by Mike Carlson/Getty Images Back to the drawing board, the Jaguars need to get creative fast and find players who can execute consistently The Jacksonville Jaguars have entered the souls-searching portion of the season. After a lackluster performance, the Jaguars lost to the Houston Texans 37-17. So what’s wrong with the offense and how do the Jags fix it? The most obvious issue is the execution needs to match the talent. Until that happens, change will be hard to come by. This team is far too talented to be constantly not finishing routes, dropping passes, not getting two feet in bounds, and missing throws. One of the biggest perceived issues coming into the season was the offensive line. While they’re not where the Jaguars need them to be just yet, they’ve performed better than expectations. Part of the reason for that is the play of Travis Etienne. The way Etienne is running, he’d make any line in front of him better. You’d be hard-pressed to find a player across the NFL running harder than Etienne is right now. He’s a man possessed, and also the only player on the Jaguars offense performing at a high level. Now it’s time for the rest of the team to catch up. But how? Aside from executing more consistently, the Jaguars need better play-calling. The running game is working solely because of Etienne, not because of the scheme. And the passing game is easily defended against because the concepts are bare bones. There is very little imagination and creativity being used in the passing game. So while Doug Pederson is talking about the players reading their own press clippings, the coaching staff seems to be relying on those clippings to make plays. Calvin Ridley is far too talented to be running hitches on 3rd and mediums. That signifies a coaching staff relying solely on a player's talent. It also makes life easier for a defense since it limits the offense's ability to make chunk plays. Ditch the hitch and start using more routes downfield for your best receiver. Lastly, players need to start holding themselves accountable. After watching the film, there are far too many examples of receivers not finishing their route. You’ll often see a receiver give up if they’re covered out of their break. This can’t happen if you want to be successful on Sundays. Case in point, Trevor Lawrence’s interception against the Texans. While it wasn’t the greatest read on Lawrence’s part, Jamal Agnew never gave him a chance. As soon as Agnew broke inside on a dig, he stopped running. Had he been at full speed he might’ve been able to hit the window past the middle linebackers. .@blockayyy with the SNAG— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) September 24, 2023 Behind the numbers Personnel Groups: 3 Run Concepts: 5 Play-Action: 6 RPOs: 2 3-Step Drops: 9 5-Step Drops: 12 Top Coverage Faced: Cover 4 Top Run Concepts: Duo, Zone Middle 8: Jaguars 7 — Texans 3 Can the Jaguars bounce back against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 4?
Big Cat Country has new update
1 day ago Jaguars rookie rundown: Week 3 review
Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images Jaguars’ rookies quiet in embarrassing Week 3 home loss to the Houston Texans The pain continues. After a disappointing Week 2, the Jacksonville Jaguars entered their Week 3 bout against the Houston Texans with high expectations. Considering the firepower the Jaguars have on offense, the strong defensive performances over the first two weeks, and a Texans roster plagued with injury, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to assert our dominance in the AFC South and demonstrate that we are here to compete. Unfortunately, the Jags did everything but. Notable Performers: Tank Bigsby: Tank Bigsby returned to the scoresheet this week after he logged a short TD run partway through the third quarter. He ended the day with 2 carries for 10 yards. He dropped his only passing target. It’s clear that while Bigsby will see the field each week, he remains RB2 and not RB1b. Grade: B- Anton Harrison: Harrison had a better performance on Sunday, logging 1 pressure allowed (arguably 2) on 28 pass-blocking snaps. He performed well on his 23 run-blocking snaps, logging a PFF grade of 81.0, good for 3rd highest in the league on Sunday. However, Pederson did suggest Harrison was out of position when asked about the blocked FG by Will Anderson. Unfortunately, Harrison went down in the middle of the third quarter with an ankle injury. Grade: B Other Rookie Performances: Brenton Strange: On a week where Jags offense struggled mightily, there was little opportunity for Strange to make an impact, and as Jags fell increasingly behind, his snaps only decreased. He finished the day with 1 catch for 4 yards. Grade: yawn (C) Yasir Abdullah: Abdullah was on the field for 11 snaps, logging one QB pressure on 2 pass-rushing snaps. His most notable impact was a penalty that cost the team 5 yards. Overall grade: C Tyler Lacy: Lacy barely saw the field on Sunday, logging merely 7 snaps without any tackles or pressures. A forgettable day for Lacy. Grade: D The Rest: Parker Washington, Elijah Cooks, and Antonio Johnson were inactive. Christian Braswell was healthy but didn’t receive any playing time in Week 1. Summary: Unfortunately, there’s just not much good to say. It’s been a rough start for the Jaguars this season, and their rookie class is no exception. If a positive could be identified, Anton Harrison’s run blocking on Sunday provides optimism surrounding his continued improvement. Still, while we continue to see other teams’ rookies make highlight-reel plays, we have yet to see a substantial impact from any on the Jags. It appears that the Jags made a mistake on draft day by assuming we only need to draft for depth on Day 2. I’d say we need to see more out of our rookies, but at this point, we need more from the whole team. Hopefully, Doug, Trevor, and the rest of the Jags can turn it around. Duval, which rookie will be the first to make a splash play? Let us know in the comments!
Jacksonville BUZZ has new update
1 day ago “The Horse’s Mouth” with Bradley Laplante from Hutto ISD Athletics
Welcome to another Game Changers segment of “The Horse’s Mouth” with Tom McManus and co-host, Nick O’ Brien. Sponsored by Heritage Capital Group, The Horse’s Mouth is a unique talk show where Tom’s guests sidle up to his bar to discuss the intersection of sports, business, and life. Today, Nick sits with Bradley Laplante from […] The post “The Horse’s Mouth” with Bradley Laplante from Hutto ISD Athletics appeared first on Buzz Media Group.
Downtown Vision, Inc. has new update
1 day ago #DTJax Weekly Update: September 26- October 2, 2023
Instagram of the Week If only these orange seats could speak! Desert Rider Sandwich Shop, a cherished gem in Downtown, has graced 217 Hogan St. with its presence for nearly […] The post #DTJax Weekly Update: September 26- October 2, 2023 appeared first on Downtown Jacksonville.

Thursday Specials in Jacksonville

Lynch's Irish Pub
Bar & Restaurant
514 1st St N, Jacksonville Beach FL, 32250
HAPPY HOUR: 11am - 7pm
$3.50 WELLS

Trivia @ 7:45pm
Test your knowledge while enjoying a cold pint. Play alone, join a group or bring all your friends. 3 teams will win Pub Bucks.

First place: $60
Second place: $40
Third place $20
The Atlantic
Bar & Restaurant
333 N First St, Jacksonville Beach FL, 32250
DJ Infader spins for Ladies Night

Ladies drink free 9pm-1am

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