Mr. Irrelevant

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  1. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    What we’re going to see now is Patriots adapting. They excel at that. It will not be easy for Jax going forward.
  2. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    Yep, that is just ridiculous.
  3. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    Wow!
  4. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    ... and so it begins.
  5. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    Jax defense plays with a high motor. Question is; can they keep it up in 4th quarter?
  6. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    No good, Brady
  7. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    Guys, wait to the second half. Patriots will kill them then.
  8. Jacksonville (+7.5) at New England (1-21-18)

    Look, Patriots are only going to loose if Brady’s hand is re-injured during the game. Which could happen during a sack, of course, but....
  9. I think this is the correct status. Until a contract has been signed (and it obviously couldn’t be yet) some details could still be fluid. Some minor details most probably is still fluid, we have to remember that McDaniels is preoccupied with something else. The Tony dude probably overheard that they still need to sit done and agree on those last, minor details, and he extrapolated that the deal isn’t done yet. Well, it isn’t technically, but the probability is very high that it is a done deal in principle. One more thing: If you ask either side they are obligated to say that there is no deal at present. Please keep that in mind!
  10. We’re not doing the Star Wars stuff again

    I think the beauty of hiring McDaniels is that he complements Ballard perfectly in one important area; McDaniels has the potential to move this offense forward in a big way while I have come to see Ballard as having his strengths in finding and building a solid defense. Look, I’m not just looking at what Ballard has done for our defense last off season, it just occurred to me that he has always been more involved with the defensive side of football. I know that Ballard has helped draft quality offensive players too, so maybe I’m just have this feeling since he worked as a defensive coordinator way, way back.
  11. Thanks, I was wondering whether they were using this or not. Seems to be the perfect tool to train a QB to pick up different defensive schemes etc. Could be good for defense players too. I would strap it to Green and hope that it would eventually increase his awareness!
  12. Nice to see you back! Speedy recovery, and take care... health is important.
  13. We’re not doing the Star Wars stuff again

    I agree, but it should be noted that this was basically the direction Irsay wanted to begin to make back in 2012. I clearly remember an interview with him saying or alluding to this back then. He wanted more SB, a more well-balanced team like Patriots. Chuck didn’t build him a Monster D, and the offense scheme never approached the Patriots way. Now we are trying to do it another way, but same goal. I have a good feeling about it though!
  14. It will be very interesting to see whether he can find a DC with the same high standards regarding game planning and execution. If he can, we will be in serious business - make no mistake about that!
  15. Sick of Gregg Doyel

    I resent that! He is a professional agitator!