O-Zone: numbing consistency

O-Zone: numbing consistency

JACKSONVILLE – Here we go…

All the people who complain about our schedule are jumping the gun. Remember, in the 2018 preseason, the Jags were listed as the No. 3 in the preseason polls. How many opposing fans were worried about facing the dreaded Jags at that point in time? As they say after financial announcements, “Past performance is no guarantee of future results.” do you think

Good eye. You don’t know the true difficulty of an NFL schedule until five or six weeks into a season. While many think a team like the Denver Broncos will contend in 2022 after acquiring quarterback Russell Wilson, the reality is that the NFL’s offseason moves fail as much as they succeed. Also great moves. At first glance, the Jaguars’ 2022 schedule looks difficult — especially because observers assume the AFC West will be one of the toughest divisions in recent memory. Maybe that will be the case. My gut feeling is somehow that it won’t be as strong as many believe. But anyway: It looks like there are tough aspects of the Jaguars’ ’22 schedule. One aspect is November. That’s when the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens play; and history tells us that franchises are consistent over time, and that they will be difficult opponents at the end of the season. The most difficult parts of the Jaguars’ 2022 schedule from this observer’s point of view? Four road games in the first six games of the season and four games of five on the road at the end of the season. You can’t know the quality of those opponents, but those are two difficult road stretches.

It’s not a small risk for the NFL to schedule Thursday Night Football for the Jaguars at Jets this late in the season (Week 16) when both teams could easily be out of playoff contention by then in a prime-time matchup. ?

The Jaguars-New York Jets game is on a Thursday night — not Monday or Sunday, which are considered more premium time slots. Also, maybe that late December game will be Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence versus Jets quarterback Zach Wilson in a key game between the contenders. No. 1 overall in the 2021 NFL Draft vs. No. 2 overall with the postseason on the line? Cool stuff, huh? Have we ever considered that? Anyone? Anyone?

I’ll step on your lawn for just a second, then a question. After the trade deadline, EVERY player must go through waivers, including those with four or more years. Now, the question is, when is the trade deadline this season? I know it’s usually the end of November. Thanks for the information.

The NFL trade deadline is typically the Tuesday after Week 8.

Please bring back the classic uniform. The team shrunk drastically when they changed uniforms. What is your favorite Jags uniform?

This is not an area of ​​passion for me. I thought I liked the original uniforms just fine. I didn’t care for the mustard gold look (/ducks). I didn’t love the two-tone helmets. I’m not sure about some aspects of the current iteration, but I like the black numbers with white jerseys and white pants. Excuse me. This just doesn’t keep me awake, although I understand the passion many fans have for the subject.

Do you have a favorite after the first round of Roar 2022 auditions?

I have no idea what you are talking about.

Funkmeister- I keep hearing we only have one prime time game this year. Primetime games for me are the only games on any network during that time slot, such as Monday night, Thursday or a special holiday. With the London game being in a single time slot, wouldn’t that count as an “early” slot, even if it is early?

It may be your definition of “prime time”, but most people think of it as games played in the evening. In that regard, the Jaguars have had just one prime-time game every season since 2011 — except for 2017, when they had none.

Don’t you think the Jaguars see Travon as a Calais Campbell type of player? Can he carry the pressure from the middle? That’s who it reminds me of. The other guy wanted to play for his hometown team and they came up like fools to get him. I’m sure we have the right guy now! Go Jaguars!

There could be some similarities, particularly in the sense that former Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell could play multiple positions effectively. But Walker will start as an outside linebacker with a hand off the ground — and with the ability to move inside. Campbell was a down lineman.

O-man, what should the study habits of a pro quarterback be, exactly?

Diligent, efficient and prioritized to the point that it is almost the most important thing in his life during the regular season.

An additional question about waivers for you. Did last year count as a year toward Travis Etienne’s four-year “give-up”? Also, is he now a first year veteran? Thank you.

Jaguars running back Travs Etienne Jr. they accrued a season toward free agency while on injured reserve as a rookie in 2021 — like all NFL players who spend a season on injured reserve. He is now a second-year NFL veteran.

The Jaguars’ uniforms don’t need a change, just a little tweaking. Add a touch of gold to the set. Some gold and black piping outlining the numbers on their turquoise jerseys will be sharp. Or even an alternative that uses golden numbers. Also, bring back the late 90s as a throwback for a game or two a year. When Tony Boselli is inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, it’s time to do more to celebrate the past. These are no brainers.

Hello, KOAGF. It seems like the Jaguars and having a No. 1 WR don’t mix well. The No. 1 WR gets hurt and then we struggle in the passing game. I think I’d rather have a bunch of No. 2 WRs that can keep things going if one or two injuries down the road. Agree / Disagree?

I don’t know that the Jaguars have that much experience with “true No. 1 receivers,” though Allen Robinson and DJ Chark Jr. in recent seasons they have dabbled with that role. Ideally, he would have a No. 1 wide receiver who really makes defenses count on him, who can draw double teams and be a day guy. The Jaguars don’t seem to have that guy, but Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson has had success offensively in previous stages without such a player.

_John, we have always excelled at the running back position, whether through the draft, UDFAs, or free agency from James Stewart, Natrone Means, Fred Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew, Leonard Fournette and James Robinson. Now at the receiver position, outside of Jimmy Smith and Keenan McCardell, Justin Blackmon had the potential to be great. Why has it been more difficult for this organization to find and develop receivers than running backs? _

In general, wide receivers are harder to find than running backs. Not having great play at the quarterback position didn’t help the Jaguars here either. I could argue that a player like Robinson could be equal at his position to backs like Stewart, Means and Fournette, that Robinson’s quarterback play has been better. But no…the Jaguars haven’t drafted receivers well over the years. I don’t know that there is a reason. If there is, I am not aware of it – and the organization would certainly have solved it.

With Marvin Jones’ experience, where do you see him playing in the new mix of receivers added this year to the team?

Or, you’ve attended several Jaguar minicamps over the years. Who were the players who lived up to the hype and who didn’t?

I don’t recall much “hype” specifically stemming from Jaguars minicamps. I’m not being difficult here, but minicamps are pad-less practices with comparatively little one-on-one or team work — and certainly no contact. It is not a hype environment. There have been players who have been hyped off practices in the past. I remember wide receiver Keelan Cole generating excitement as a rookie free agent, and quarterback Blaine Gabbert throwing one hell of a deep ball early during his rookie training camp. Cole became a productive receiver and remained in the league. Gabbert is now the backup for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

I wrote in a few weeks ago to say that you know how much I hate you. I wrote a few days later to say that I hated you more. Nothing has changed.

What can you bring to Jaguars game?

What can you bring to Jaguars game?

The Jaguars strongly encourage guests not to bring any type of bag to the game. Guests are allowed to bring one clutch, purse or wallet no larger than 4. See the article : LOVE WINS: Atlanta Falcons Cheerleader Says ‘Yes’ To Surprise Proposal During Final Game Of Season.5" x 6.5″, one gallon clear plastic bag or CLEAR bag no larger than 12″; x 6″ x 12″.

Should you wear a mask at TIAA Bank Field? Face Coverings In accordance with state and local guidelines, masks are recommended for unvaccinated guests. Those who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 should be extra cautious.

What can you take into a NFL game?

Small pouches, with or without a handle or strap, are permitted with the 12″ by 6″ by 12″ bag or the one-gallon freezer bag. Read also : Road to FrightFest 2022: Charlie Bond on ‘Powertool Cheerleaders vs the Boyband of the Screeching Dead’. No buckles, grommets/hardware, or decorations may be concealed on any part of the bag. .

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Where can I watch the 2022 Hall of Fame Game?

CANTON, OHIO – The 2022 Hall of Fame Game, set for 8 p.m. Thursday, August 4, will be broadcast live on NBC and Peacock. See the article : 2021 Patriots Cheerleaders Year in Review. The matchup, with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Las Vegas Raiders, begins the 103rd season of the National Football League in the city where the League was founded.

Where can I watch the 2022 Hall of Fame? The 2022 induction ceremony for the Pro Football Hall of Fame will be broadcast on NFL Network and ESPN.

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