Zone O: Reason for hope

Zone O: Reason for hope

JACKSONVILLE – Let’s get to the point …

Cristiano from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sorry for your loss. Have your mom, you and your family in my prayers.

Thanks Cristiano. My mother, Mary Elizabeth “Liz” Oehser (Polk), actually passed by on Thursday afternoon. She battled ovarian cancer for 17 months and passed peacefully, listening to Neil Diamond’s “America” ​​- which considering her passion for him from the mid-1970s onwards, was very appropriate. Thanks to my colleagues at the Jaguars, I have been able to spend most of the last three weeks supervising her care and, thankfully, I was with her even when she died. He was 83 years old. Born in 1939, she came of age in the 1950s and her loyalty to the sport reflected that. He loved the New York Yankees, Notre Dame Football and Kentucky Basketball. He loved jaguars mostly because I worked for jaguars and he loved his family and friends more than anything else. We’ll miss him.

The starters looked better than before, but I still saw passing passes dropped and an offensive line that was rejected. I know it’s pre-season and Roma weren’t built in a day but it looks like we still need better offensive play and wide receivers they can take. What have you seen from the game that gives you encouragement? They can’t be our backups.

What did I see in the Jaguars’ 24-13 defeat to the Cleveland Browns on Friday? Mostly, I’ve seen what we haven’t seen in some time around here, which is a Jaguars team in the preseason offering their fans some legitimate hope for the short and long term future. The Jaguars played three offensive and defensive series every Friday. They led 13-0 when the starters left, forced a turnover, passed the Browns 137-7 and walked away after a touchdown drive. This was the best I remember seeing the Jaguars starters look like in the preseason in quite some time, although it’s possible that I’m forgetting something. I mainly paid attention to the first quarter because the starters left after that and my experience tells me not to think too much / analyze anything in the preseason after the first quarter. Did the Jaguars play perfectly on Friday? No. It was their second preseason game under coach Doug Pederson. Perfection may take longer than that. But the early defense looked good, as did the early attack. They were the worst team in the NFL in the past two seasons. They won’t immediately look perfect. But they’ve shown enough to make you think they’re going to get better. It’s the first time we’ve seen him around here in a while.

Bruce of Green Cove Springs, FL

No in-depth analysis. Just an overview: the first team’s offense and defense, while not perfect, showed significant improvement. The second and third teams minus. Still at the beginning, but is it legitimate to suspect our depth?

I got a lot of emails from Friday’s depth loss. This is to be expected because the Jaguars’ starters looked good and their backups generally looked a lot less good. So, yes … depth is suspected. And there’s a good chance the Jaguars aren’t particularly deep this season. They have won four games in the past two seasons. They have been in the process of rebuilding the roster for a low season or so right now. They seem to have some significant frontline talent from the last two draft classes and some better frontline talent from the last two free agency classes. It’s a good start in the right direction. Depth may take a little longer.

Hello John. A quarterback-focused league also contributes to a goal game, grass basketball, than ever before. I guess they think the score contributes to the game day / TV experience? For those of us in the old-school category, defensive fights were just as fun. Think Chicago Bears and Baltimore Ravens. And hey for the new school category how about those 2017 Jags, do we have to thank the defense?

I’ve said and written often over the past few years that the NFL’s quarterback-centric nature has changed the sport more than expected. One way to look at the current NFL is that it’s deeper than ever in the quarterback position, and that’s true. There is also some truth in the theory that the league rules have twisted so much in favor of attacking that it makes the quarterback much easier to play than a decade ago. Or two decades ago. Or three. This trend will likely continue. Many of the rules in favor of quarterbacks are for safety and the league will never move away from making the game safer. Nor should it. Is the new game more exciting? I believe. There are more highlights to go viral and the scores are higher. This is an exciting version, and such is the game in 2022.

I’m not saying these are the 1985 Bears or even 2017’s Sacksonville. But you can’t look at the starting top seven and not think “Damn”. Add in the potential of defensive full backs with Andre Cisco and Tyson Campbell and you might be looking at a good DAMN drive. The top 3? Hey. Five?

There is a lot to like about the Jaguars’ seven defensive front. Pederson has long said that he believes he will be a strength of the team. Certainly Friday against the Browns looked like it could be.

By now I think Jags fans are feeling positive with the starting 11 or so on both sides of the ball. Does the past appear to be a concern? What can be done at this point to make improvements to the second and third team?

Develop young players and sign some players who are released by other teams. That’s the route, although neither option is guaranteed to immediately improve depth.

Our defense isn’t complete yet, but we look like a potential core.

These clowns who don’t think Fred Taylor is Hall of Fame worthy must not have looked at him. His seasons, when they were healthy, were filled with incredible highlights. His inconspicuous behavior probably attracted less attention than others. In conclusion, it was fantastic and worthy of being considered for the HOF.

Former Jaguars running back Fred Taylor has been more consistently capable of making the show than any running back he has ever covered. It was a rare combination of size, strength, speed and speed. I think he’s a Hall of Fame running back. I believe that sooner or later it will be consecrated.

Should they keep 53? There aren’t many that are worth playing.

Most NFL teams don’t have 53 players that teams would like in their starting lineup, but yeah … the Jaguars will keep 53 players on the roster.

My girlfriend speaks English and neither of us has ever played or coached on the offensive line. Our backups looked really bad for the rest of the game. But many of these players (Dawuane Smoot, Andrew Wingard, K’Lavon Chaisson, Will Richardson Jr., Jake Luton, etc.) have been our starters at some point. I would say improvement. You?

Muma was quick to catch the ball. I saw him fly and catch up with the ball carrier a couple of times. Maybe not as flashy as the two choices before him, but that speed will show this year.

Jaguars linebacker Chad Muma, a third-round selection of the 2022 NFL Draft from Wyoming, looked really quick on the ball and confident in tackling Friday. The Jaguars believed Muma was too good to pass where they selected him and believe he has the potential to be very, very good. They might be right.

Seeing how the first team dominated on both sides of the ball, there is a lot to like and be excited about this season. While depth is an issue, most teams are actually in the same boat as us. Health will be crucial throughout the season for this team to do great things, but as I said in the last sentence, it is no different from all other teams. I really think Jaguars will shock many this year with their overall competitiveness and grit. They may not win every game, but I definitely think they are very capable of a year of eight to ten wins if all the cards fall right. We should all be excited if they make it into the six to eight winning bracket, given how awful last season was. That would mean that after another offseason of continuity, draft and free agency, I think we would be competing for the playoffs. Good things are happening in the bank and every fan should be thrilled.

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Which countries have ozone hole?

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