Game that was: “He did a great job…”

Game that was: "He did a great job..."

JACKSONVILLE – Travis Etienne Jr. laughed on Friday night, which is not news.

Etienne, the former first-round pick who missed his entire 2021 rookie season with a broken foot, is almost always smiling. But after Etienne returned to the football in the Jaguars’ 2022 preseason home opener on Friday, many people laughed as they discussed Etienne. Among them:

His collegiate teammate at Clemson, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

“It felt great to be out there with him,” Lawrence said after the Jaguars’ 24-13 loss to the Cleveland Browns in a 2022 preseason Week 1 game at TIAA Bank Field on Friday. “Obviously it’s the first time since that New Orleans game last year. To be back with him and work the whole off-season, OTAs, camp all that and finally play together tonight was great.

“I thought he did a great job, it was a good night.”

Numbers don’t tell the story of Etienne’s story of Friday. He finished with a pedestrian 2.6 yards per carry average against the Browns. But on his first carry, he exploded through the offensive line for a 12-meter gain and has everyone – including Etienne – that the foot is just fine.

“I’ve reached the point where I don’t panic about it,” he said with his trademark drawl. “That’s just my nature. I give everything I do, so when I’m out there playing football, I can’t worry about my foot.

“I have other things to worry about. I just tried to be the hammer and not the nail. There’s a lot I need to work on, but it felt great to be out there.”

Jaguars Head Coach Pederson challenged his team with a live training session on Sunday before the Browns game. He wasn’t happy with the way the defense especially controlled the line of scrimmage in the run game against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Hall of Fame game last week.

Friday night was a different story. The Browns’ first-team offense produced just seven rushes and the Jaguars’ pass rush forced Cleveland quarterback Deshaun Watson to make decisions faster than he wanted, resulting in one completion for just 7 yards.

“How many meters do they have?” Jaguars inside linebacker Foye Oluokun asked. “It wasn’t much. I liked our energy tonight. I thought everybody came out with good energy. We can build on that and we need that energy to get to the football on defense. That’s the way we want to play the defense right there.”

Nose tackle DaVon Hamilton drove center Nick Harris off the ball on the first play Friday, then Roy Robertson-Harris collapsed down the right side of the Browns’ offensive line and tackled D’Ernest Brown for no gain. Jaguars outside linebackers Josh Allen and Travon Walker pushed the pocket on the ensuing play, and safety Rayshawn Jenkins forced a fumble that cornerback Shaq Griffin recovered at the Cleveland 21-yard line. It was an impressive performance and one the head coach must see.

“I thought they did a good job, especially early, of putting pressure on Deshaun,” he said. “The front seven, I think, is going to be really good and I think our third-down pass rush has a chance to be special, but we still have some work to do before we get into the season.”

Said Oluokun: “I want to watch the tape and evaluate myself and be very critical of myself. I personally want to have another good year, but I also want this team to play as well as we can and we will be critical with each other about what we see on film. And then we move on to the next preseason game and use that to continue building for the regular season.”

Jaguars wide receiver Zay Jones on the TIAA Bank Field game day experience: “I didn’t really know what to expect. I told [wide receiver] Christian [Kirk] when we were standing on the sideline that it looked like a different stadium than when we were here for OTAs [in the offseason] because it was empty. There was an atmosphere with the fans and everything that happened. I was appreciative of the crowd and hopefully this fan base just gets stronger. We want them to keep the energy bring and we will continue to bring energy and life to this city.

Oluokun: “We wanted to come out with a better product this week. The coaches definitely put that pressure on us, and I think we responded well.”

Tight end Evan Engram: “Everybody’s new to this offense, so we’ve been working on the practice field and getting the kinks out. Guys are starting to get comfortable, starting to gain confidence and learn all the material. For us to get it is this Kind of work in a game like situation good for us and we can build on this.

A fun game is one that provides enjoyment to those who play the game by creating a balance between the different players.

What games make you not bored?

What games make you not bored?

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  • 1.1 Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery.
  • 1.2 World of Tanks.
  • 1.3 Seabeard.
  • 1.4 The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
  • 1.5 points.
  • 1.6 Just Dance Now.
  • 1.7 The Secret of Monkey Island.
  • 1.8 Hidden Object Games.

What game should I play when I’m bored? 1. Paper Dance. Perhaps one of the best games that is enjoyed by all ages is Paper Dance. It is a perfect game to play when you are bored.

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