Let’s answer some questions ahead of today’s Jacksonville Jaguars’ matchup

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Let’s answer some questions ahead of today’s Jacksonville Jaguars’ matchup

Postby chenyan94 » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:16 am

against the Houston Texans!Steve from Jacksonville http://www.jacksonvillejaguarsteamonline.com/josh-lambo-jersey , FLQ: Will Leonard Fournette ever play again?A: Again? Yes. This season? Probably. It sucks that I can’t definitively say yes, but Doug Marrone looks genuinely frustrated and at a loss for an answer when he’s asked about it week after week. I would suspect that if the Jaguars are fighting for a playoff spot after the bye week, then he could be back. If they drop the next two? I don’t know. I’ll predict that he plays again around Week 12 with limited snaps against the Buffalo Bills. I’ll also predict that we’re 5-5 at that point and really needing a win to stay in this thing.Tyler from Fort Lawn, SCQ: When could we see Cody Kessler play?A: If Blake Bortles has another two bad outings between now and the bye week, I’d make the change but I doubt the team does anything sans injury.Kevin from Toronto, Ontario, CanadaQ: We have sucked the past two games on both sides of the ball. So who do we cut first — Jalen Ramsey, A.J. Bouye, Yannick Ngakoue or Leonard Fournette?A: First, we didn’t suck on defense against the Kansas City Chiefs. The defense gave up just 23 points and was on the field for nearly 33 minutes. That’s against what was the No. 1 offense in their home stadium. Last week? Sure. Everyone sucked. But against, the Chiefs, that was a failure of Blake Bortles and the offense. And gun to my head with those four players, I’d give up Fournette. But none of the four players you listed is a concern of mine going forward.Anthony from Jacksonville, FLQ: How long do you see No. 5 being a part of this team roster?A: If he doesn’t drastically improve http://www.jacksonvillejaguarsteamonline.com/jermey-parnell-jersey , I think he’ll be gone after the 2019 season.Pompey from Savannah, GAQ: With the struggles on offense, will the Jaguars front offer consider Dez Bryant or trying to persuade Marcedes Lewis to come back after his release? A: No and no.Manuel from St. Augustine, FLQ: What’s your overall assessment of Taven Bryan? I have recored and watched carefully all Jaguars games, but don’t see him having any impact? Is he a bust?A: If you expected Taven to be making any significant impact in the first half of this season, you either had too high of expectations or you expected injuries. He was drafted to be a guy on a limited snap count through the first 8-12 games and then really ramp up as guys like Calais Campbell and Malik Jackson needed to rest up for what we thought would be a coasting into the playoffs. So far, Taven has averaged a little more than 16 snaps a game which is about where I put him at. You’ll see more of him (and more impact) as the year goes on but from the little we’ve seen I think he’ll be a net positive on this defensive line.Al from Orlando, FLQ: The Jaguars are somehow bad again. Can you guys please kill me?A: Me first.Monty from Maurice, LAQ: Why are we not running the ball any more?A: I have no idea. None. I wish I knew. T.J. Yeldon was gashing the Chiefs for 5.3 yards per carry and then saw two rushes after the middle of the second quarter. Not only that, but offensive coordinator went to the pass on third and fourth down at the goal line when it was a 10-0 game. Yeldon has averaged nine carries a game in the last two weeks and while both games ended in blowouts, these weren’t immediate blowouts. There was still time to get some momentum, let Yeldon catch a rhythm, and count on your defense to make a stop or two. Instead, we’ve let Bortles drop back or scramble 103 times over the past two weeks. That’s inexcusable.Malcolm from Jacksonville http://www.jacksonvillejaguarsteamonline.com/tashaun-gipson-jersey , FLQ: The defense will fix itself. Will we make any moves for a quarterback to help the offense?A: Not this year, Malcolm. Not this year.Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New York Giants predictions: Bold predictions for Week 1 The Jacksonville Jaguars are minutes away from starting the 2018 regular season with a Week 1 matchup against the New York Giants.Before the game begins, we wanted to ask the Big Cat Country team (and you!) a simple question:“How will the Jaguars do against the Giants today?”Alfie Crow (@AlfieBCC)I think the Jaguars will stand out on the lines of scrimmage against the Giants and will ultimately be why they win. I’m not buying the revamped Giant offensive line and without Olivier Vernon their pass rush is pretty anemic. Jaguars win 24-10Ryan Day (@ryaneatscake)Blake Bortles is going to benefit heavily from three linebackers on the injury report and Olivier Vernon out. This defense is better, the run game is better — I think the Jaguars cruise to an easy victory.Jaguars win 27-16Jon Kirland (@BCBCouch)The Jaguars defense gets home more often than not on Eli Manning and Blake Bortles plays turnover-free ball. That was the recipe last year and will be this game too. Barkley gets in a nice run or two for the Giants.Jaguars win 23-16Ryan O’Bleness (@ryanobleness)I actually think this game is going to be closer than a lot of people anticipate, and I foresee a lower scoring game as both offenses adjust to the new season throughout the game. Bold prediction! With Olivier Vernon out, I think the Giants fail to generate much of a pass rush and Blake Bortles gets into a rhythm late to lead the Jags to a game-winning score. Oh, and Jacksonville’s defensive line gets the better of New York’s new-look offensive line and sacks/pressures Eli Manning often.Jaguars win 21-16Brian Fullford (@iambwf)I respect what the Giants have done to solidify an awful offensive line, but center is still a weakness. The Jaguars front four, especially the interior, should find success collapsing the pocket and limiting interior running lanes. This will free up the Jaguars linebackers to control intermediate routes, and anything pushing the edge.Bold prediction! Jacksonville’s defense will disallow any rhythm for the Giants offense. In doing so, the Jaguars will win the turnover battle with at least a +2 margin, including a defensive touchdown.Jaguars win 24-10What do you think? Got any predictions for the Jaguars vs. Giants game? What do you think the final score will be? Let us know in the comments below!

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