O-Zone: Very sure

O-Zone: Very sure

JACKSONVILLE – Let’s get to it…

There’s a lot of talk about the Jaguars’ coaches and whether they got it right this time. I think every coach in Jacksonville was capable of leading a winning team except one. I think the problem was recruiting talent and that falls to the general manager. Since 2003, most GMs haven’t brought enough talent to this team. So, I blame James Harris, Gene Smith and David Caldwell. What I hope is that Trent Baalke does well. I’m wrong?

He’s not entirely wrong, though analyzing nearly two decades of occasional success and many losses requires more than focusing on one job, even a job as important as general manager. The Jaguars in general haven’t had enough talent over the past two decades and there have been too many mistakes in the draft, particularly in Round 1. Mistakes in the draft lead to more mistakes in the draft and free agency reaches. That, and the lack of a franchise quarterback, has been the focus of much frustration for the team and the fan base for a long time. Baalke is a two-time pick as the Jaguars’ general manager, and early results in his first class look good so far. Stay tuned.

I must say I never thought we had a good draft. We have drafted good players, but never a full draft.

I don’t know what “complete” draft means. Teams typically have seven draft picks, and a really good draft by NFL standards is one with two or three starters and four or five contributors with a Pro Bowl player among the starters. That’s not a hard and fast rule, but a guideline. The Jaguars in 2016 drafted cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Myles Jack and defensive end Yannick Ngakoue in the first three rounds. Which by any measure was a good eraser. I don’t know if it was “complete,” but if they had drafted this well every year, they wouldn’t have been drafting No. 1 overall the last two years. They have had other good drafts, but they have been sporadic and too rare. As for full drafts … if that means selecting four or five starters or more from the entire field, those are rare. A more realistic approach is to select a couple of starters and a few more contributors on top of that every year, and hope you have elite players in that mix every year or so. This is how you build a competitive list. That is a very good start.

What fan question have you received that required the most research to answer, and what was your response?

I once googled something twice instead of once. It was not my intention and I do not plan to do it again.

CJ Beathard suffered a serious injury at minicamp, and yet you haven’t mentioned it since. What are we doing about it and why haven’t you addressed it?

Beathard, the Jaguars’ backup quarterback, actually suffered what initially appeared to be a serious groin injury late in a late-2022 team organized activities practice last month. Shortly thereafter it was determined that Beathard is not expected to require surgery and should be ready for training camp in 2022.

Hi John. I really don’t understand all these comments about “burn out earlier, I hope I’m a waste” etc. I know it says more about someone’s overall outlook on life than their dedication as a fan, but my question to them is: If you’re not hopeful your team will start a season, what’s the point of all this? Side note: Barry is awesome; Noho Hank is one of the best characters on television in my opinion!

I have been writing the Exterior Zone since February 2011, and have done so daily since August of that year. That time has taught me a few things. It could have taught me more if I had been paying attention. Among the things I’ve learned is that fans feel what they feel: optimism, pessimism, hope, anger, anguish, even euphoria. But I understand that Jaguars fans are pessimistic. They had hope and optimism often in the last decade or so, and that hope was rarely fulfilled. Why wouldn’t fans want to wait and see some success before they buy? And yes…Noho Hank is ridiculously good, as is the entire show.

Have you ever had a bad woman make a fool of you? Did he take all your money, wreck your new car, and hang out with one of your friends drinking at some bar across town?

You have the wrong number. Wait for J.P. Shadrick, please.

Enough with the music… what are your favorite books that grace your shelves?

I have many, although I confess that in recent years I have not spent as much time reading as I would like. Favorites I keep on my shelves include: Anything from Richard Ford’s Frank Bascombe series and just about anything from Graham Greene, Somerset Maugham, Hemingway, Steinbeck, or Fitzgerald. Right now I’m working on John Updike’s Run, Rabbit. It’s a classic, and it reads like one.

Jaguars outside linebackers Josh Allen and Travon Walker are 6-foot-5 and weigh 262 and 275 pounds, respectively. Will these two wing-sized defensive players be tasked with covering fast runners from the backfield or will the defense put them in more zone coverage? In any case, I’m afraid that when we really need a catch, we’ll wonder what our cover shooters are doing. Thoughts?

Allen and Walker will cover their backs from the backfield and drop into zone coverage at times. I don’t expect them to do this as often as they rush the passer, but they will.

Not a question, just a public service announcement. NEVER buy an old British car. Or a new one, for that matter.

John, you’re a legit funny guy. I love reading you. My question is, do your wife and son appreciate your humor like the rest of us, or do they immediately cover their ears with a pillow or cover them with their hands?

My wife and son appreciate my sense of humor as much as it is appropriate.

When will the new soccer performance center and team offices be operational? Are you going to get a new broom closet there, or will you stick with the one you work with now?

The sports performance center adjacent to TIAA Bank Field is expected to be ready for training camp in 2023. I’ve heard of myself having an office. I’m not holding my breath.

Zone. I know your taste in music is as eccentric as your personality. That said, did you get into the whole hair metal scene in the 80’s? Who were some of your favorite bands during the heyday? I couldn’t take you for a Poison fan, but maybe Tesla.

I didn’t like hair metal. I was imagining alternative/new wave/punk or however you want to define it. Hair metal in its day was considered the anthesis of what I imagined.

I am moving from Clay to Duuuval and wanted to know what Ozone paperwork or transfer information is needed. How long does it take to process?

_The confidence that a reader spoke about how to build a city center was entertaining. I guess this is one of those readers who hasn’t been west of “downtown” in a few years. I won’t argue with the success of a high-end hotel in Jacksonville, I’ll say there’s more to support it than football, I mean VyStar Veterans Arena and Daily’s Place are just a couple. However, to say that the population in the city center is not increasing at an amazing rate just shows that they are not informed. An example: Can you imagine eight years ago opening a Fresh Market downtown and today a Whole Foods just two blocks away? Four downtown hotels are being built, renovated, or licensed as I write this. That doesn’t include Khan’s hotel. Maybe someone from the beach needs to explain to them that their market analysis is wrong. The song that opened my eyes was Feeling Gravity’s Pull. _

Good eye. I understand that people are skeptical about downtown Jacksonville. But if you’ve spent time there the last three years, like I have, you can’t help but see growth and momentum. I don’t know if that momentum and growth fits into a specific ideal formula. I’m not sure a specific ideal formula is required.

JO: So your mom likes to lie to you. Are you sure it’s your mother?

How much money did the Numa Numa guy make?

How much money did the Numa Numa guy make?

Along with the new upload, Brolsma launched a contest for fans to make their own “New Numa”! video and the top 50 videos received a total of $45,000 from contest sponsors. See the article : Former NFL cheerleader is coming home. Brolsma was happy with the finished product, but it never caught on like the original.

Who created Numa Numa? Gary William Brolsma (born January 14, 1986 (January 14, 1986) [aged 36]), is an American YouTuber, vlogger, and musician. He is better known as Numa Numa Guy, as he is the creator of the Numa Numa Dance.

The football players of Grand Blanc, the fans are disciplined in the messages
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Where is Moldova located?

Moldova, a country that is located in the extreme northeast of the Balkan region in Europe. See the article : Fordham Cheerleader tryouts scheduled for May 7th. Its capital city is Chișinău, located in the south-central part of the country.

Was Moldova part of Russia? On August 27, 1991, after the collapse of the coup, Moldova declared its independence from the Soviet Union.

What country does Moldova belong to?

Republic of Moldova Republic of Moldova (Romanian)
⢠Independence from the Soviet UnionAugust 27, 1991b
⢠Admitted to the United NationsMarch 2, 1992

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