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Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
Titans CB Logan Ryan: ‘The Jaguars don’t have a lot of confidence in their quarterback situation.’

Titans CB Logan Ryan: ‘The Jaguars don’t have a lot of confidence in their quarterback situation.’

The Tennessee Titans just scored again. In the 24 hours since losing in their home opener, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been dunked on repeatedly by the @Titans official Twitter account, let Delanie Walker look cool, signed backup quarterback Ryan Nassib, and now had the truth told on them by newly signed Titans cornerback Logan Ryan. “I don’t think they have a lot of confidence,” Ryan told SiriusXM NFL Radio. “I think it’s well known ... they don’t have a lot of confidence in their quarterback situation. They’re relying on the running game, and they’re relying on...
NFL Sep 18, 2017

Social Snapshot: TEN vs. JAX

Take a look at what was said about the Jaguars home opener versus the Tennessee Titans
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
Jaguars vs. Titans: PFF notes and grades after Week 2 loss

Jaguars vs. Titans: PFF notes and grades after Week 2 loss

The Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the Tennessee Titans in a game that was even more lopsided than the 37-16 box score will tell you. But what about the individual performances? Was there any reason to be encouraged on either side of the ball? Let’s find out. Week 2 Jaguars offensive stats WR Allen Hurns was targeted six times in the slot, he caught all six passes for 82 yards 2.65 yards per route run and had had a perfect WR rating of 158.3 when targeted. It was a bad day for QB Blake Bortles who really struggled under pressure, Bortles faced pressure 30.8% of the time against the Titans...
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
Jalen Ramsey on Delanie Walker late hit: ‘I hate losing’

Jalen Ramsey on Delanie Walker late hit: ‘I hate losing’

Jalen Ramsey called for a late hit after the Delanie Walker touchdown. #Jaguars down 23-3 to the #Titans. pic.twitter.com/SBsUyBV57h— Big Cat Country (@BigCatCountry) September 17, 2017 Delanie Walker scored on an end-around at the goal line, the Tennessee Titans went up 22-3, and Jalen Ramsey had had enough. He was mad, he was frustrated, and he wasn’t going to let an opposing player just walk into the end zone. So he took matters into his own hands. “Y’all can make whatever story y’all want to about it, but y’all saw it," Ramsey said to ESPN’s Mike DiRocco after the...
Black and Teal Sep 18, 2017

Jacksonville Jaguars: Sunday’s loss shows the dilemma with Blake Bortles

In a reality check loss to the Tennessee Titans, the bad Blake Bortles reared its ugly head for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The NFL season is not one week long, and the Jacksonville Jaguars learned that the hard way on Sunday. After a blowout win over the Houston Texans in week one for the Jaguars, the […] Jacksonville Jaguars: Sunday’s loss shows the dilemma with Blake Bortles - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
DOWN BY THE BANK 9.17: I REMEMBER THESE JAGUARS

DOWN BY THE BANK 9.17: I REMEMBER THESE JAGUARS

WEEK TWO’S RECAP IS A DESCENT INTO DARKNESS AND A LOOK INTO THE MEANINGLESS VOID. GO JAGUARS. The Jacksonville Jaguars lost in tragically beautiful fashion to the Tennessee Titans and here are some things we learned: Blake Bortles is still actually bad. Chris Ivory possessing incriminating evidence about Nathaniel Hackett is the only explanation for how many snaps he got in the first half. The No. 4 overall pick is looked at as a complementary back. NFL defenses apparently don’t like it when you alternate between interceptions and three-and-outs. And more! Down by the Bank: A...
NFL Sep 18, 2017

What we learned: Titans 37, Jaguars 16

Senior writer John Oehser examines what we learned from the Jaguars’ 37-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans at EverBank Field Sunday
Black and Teal Sep 18, 2017

Blake Bortles Looks Comfortable After Titans Lead 30-3

Blake Bortles looks comfortable while padding his garbage time statistics. Blake Bortles played good enough to win in Houston last week.  He played like a game manager which is his strength.  Today, he looked the most comfortable after Tennessee led 30-3. Pro Football Focus.com graded Bortles 71.5 for his game performance.  Their performances of note says: […] Blake Bortles Looks Comfortable After Titans Lead 30-3 - Black and Teal - Black and Teal - A Jacksonville Jaguars Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
Titans lay out blueprint to shut down Jaguars

Titans lay out blueprint to shut down Jaguars

It wasn’t anything that was a big secret, but the Titans laid out the blueprint to shut down the Jaguars offense. It’s not rocket science. It’s not some ancient mystery that was solved. The solution was always obvious, all it took was a team putting it to film. On Sunday, the Tennessee Titans laid out the blueprint to completely shut down the Jacksonville Jaguars offense. You make Blake Bortles pass the ball. We all knew this headed in. Even in the Jaguars blowout win against the Houston Texans, it was pretty clear that the team was actively game planning around Bortles needing to do...
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: No run game gives Blake Bortles no chance

Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: No run game gives Blake Bortles no chance

Lack of run game gives Jacksonville Jaguars offense no chance against Tennessee Titans - ESPN.comNo running game meant no chance for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ offense and quarterback Blake Bortles on Sunday in a 37-16 loss to the visiting Tennessee Titans. Tennessee’s defensive game plan was to stack the box to stop Leonard Fournette and Chris Ivory and force Bortles to beat them by making him throw. He’s had plenty of success against the Titans in the past, but without wide receiver Allen Robinson, who is out for the season with a torn left ACL, Bortles and the offense couldn’t...
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
5 reasons the Jaguars didn’t win against the Titans

5 reasons the Jaguars didn’t win against the Titans

The Jaguars didn’t win today. Here’s why. A lot of Jacksonville Jaguars fans and media claimed this was going to be the biggest home game in years. Many boisterously proclaimed a benchmark win against the Tennessee Titans. We played horribly, to put it mildly. Here are 5 totally legitimate reasons why the Jaguars lost. 1. Doug Marrone’s below-the-belt attire earlier in the week #Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone is on hand for Bolles vs Trinity @Jaguars @BollesSchool @TC_Jax_Football pic.twitter.com/HUrVB91SMw— Sam Kouvaris (@samsportsline) September 15, 2017 Jesus, man. Doug...
Big Cat Country Sep 18, 2017
Seven GIFs: Mason Rudolph’s early Jaguars scouting report

Seven GIFs: Mason Rudolph’s early Jaguars scouting report

Given the Jaguars lack of stability at quarterback, let’s continue observing at 2018 quarterbacks. Up next: Mason Rudolph. After yesterday’s heartbreaking 37-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans, it’s time to continue our series on scouting 2018 draft-eligible quarterbacks. Blake Bortles had a miserable game, entering the 4th quarter (down 23-3) with a stat line of 11-25 for 89 yards and two interceptions. At one point before the fourth quarter, his QB rating was 4.8. The reason I split Bortles’ first three quarters and the fourth quarter is due to his typical “garbage time”...

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