5:08 PM EDT, Thu July 19, 2018
Big Cat Country 6 hours ago
Why are you worried about London?

Why are you worried about London?

You know it’s July because there’s a story about the Jacksonville Jaguars moving to London. I debated even acknowledging the story, because frankly the vast majority of them are stemmed in ignorance, but I saw Jaguars Twitter work itself into a shoot on Wednesday so I figured I’d write about it. NBC’s Dan Patrick brought it up on his show this week and sent people into a pseudo-meltdown. “Speaking of Jacksonville I had somebody tell me a couple of days ago that Shad Khan’s end game is going to be four games in Jax(sic) four games in London,” Patrick told Peter King who was in...
Big Cat Country 7 hours ago
Jags 11th in ESPN’s future power rankings

Jags 11th in ESPN’s future power rankings

It’s the middle of the NFL dead zone and we’re right at turning the corner into training camp and real news, but until then we have fun stuff like power rankings to argue over. While I haven’t really paid much attention to offseason power rankings, ESPN’s future power rankings did catch my eye. As it stands right now the round table put the Jaguars right outside the Top 10 at No. 1 for their future power rankings. Below is their reasoning: Why they’re here: We often fixate on front-line talent in sports for reasons that are implicit: superstars dazzle in ways that create lasting...
Big Cat Country 7 hours ago
USA Today predicts Jaguars as No. 1 seed in 2018 playoffs

USA Today predicts Jaguars as No. 1 seed in 2018 playoffs

...and then we lose to the Los Angeles Chargers in the playoffs? NFL season predictions are a funny thing. At this time last year, USA Today predicted the Jacksonville Jaguars would go 8-8 — and to be fair, without some monumentally historic performances by our defense we might have been there at season’s end. I laughed at the predictions because I thought we’d be somewhere around 6-10 or 7-9 and it’s the happiest I’ve ever been to be wrong. But now we’re back with the USA Today predictions for this year and Nate Davis believes the Jaguars go 12-4 and earn the No. 1 seed in the...
Big Cat Country Jul 18, 2018
Malik Jackson: “We’re going 16-0” this year

Malik Jackson: “We’re going 16-0” this year

Last year, Malik Jackson said the Jacksonville Jaguars were going to win the Super Bowl. We laughed at him. And then we made it all the way to the AFC Championship only to squander a fourth quarter loss. This year? Malik thinks we’re going to 16-0, according to an interview with TMZ Sports. “I think we’re going 16-0. I’m callin’ it, 16-0. I don’t think anybody can beat us as long as we stay healthy and do what we’re supposed to do.” Jackson says his confidence stems from last season ... when the Jags BARELY missed out on a Super Bowl appearance because of a loss to the...
ClutchPoints Jul 18, 2018
Jaguars DT Malik Jackson says Jacksonville going perfect 16-0 in 2018

Jaguars DT Malik Jackson says Jacksonville going perfect 16-0 in 2018

The Jacksonville Jaguars had quite a remarkable turnaround last season as they won 10 games, a seven-win improvement from their 3-13 campaign in 2016. They’re obviously not going to improve by seven wins again in 2018, but defensive tackle Malik Jackson thinks they’ll still up their total to six — which would mean having a […] The post Jaguars DT Malik Jackson says Jacksonville going perfect 16-0 in 2018 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Big Cat Country Jul 18, 2018
PFF ranks Jaguars pass rush as second-best in NFL

PFF ranks Jaguars pass rush as second-best in NFL

The Jacksonville Jaguars will rely on the strength of their defense this coming season much as they did last year and the defensive line will carry much of the burden. After collecting 55 sacks and boasting what was arguably the best defensive line in the league, Pro Football Focus is saying once again this is a top unit in the NFL — but not the top unit. That honor belongs to the Philadelphia Eagles. 2. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP: Edge Defender: Yannick Ngakoue, 83.6 overall grade Defensive Interior: Marcell Dareus, 79.7 Defensive Interior: Malik Jackson, 86.4 Edge...
ClutchPoints Jul 18, 2018
Jaguars sign first-round DT Taven Bryan to four-year deal

Jaguars sign first-round DT Taven Bryan to four-year deal

The Jacksonville Jaguars formidable defense just got a little stouter. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Jags have signed rookie defensive tackle Taven Bryan to a sweet four-year deal worth $10.2 million that comes with a $5.5 million signing bonus. The #Jaguars agreed to terms with first round DT Taven Bryan on […] The post Jaguars sign first-round DT Taven Bryan to four-year deal appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Big Cat Country Jul 17, 2018
Jaguars sign Taven Bryan to 4-year deal

Jaguars sign Taven Bryan to 4-year deal

The Jacksonville Jaguars have finally signed their first round pick, defensive lineman Taven Bryan, according to a report by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Bryan will have signed the standard 4-year deal worth about $10.2 million with $5.5 million guaranteed. The #Jaguars agreed to terms with first round DT Taven Bryan on a 4 year deal worth $10.2M deal with a $5.5M signing bonus, source said. Right before rookies report— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 17, 2018 As “Rapsheet” mentioned, rookies were just about ready to report for NFL teams to get ready for their first NFL training...
Big Cat Country Jul 16, 2018
You need to ask The Question

You need to ask The Question

I am surely dating myself with this reference, but it seems a perfect fit. Anyone aware of the band the band The Smiths is also aware of their lead singer, Morissey. His freshman release as a solo artist yielded a single called Suedehead, consisting of the following lyrics. Why do you come here? And why, why do you hang around? I’m so sorry, oh... I’m so sorry, oh, oh... Why do you come here When you know it makes things hard for me? Years ago I wrote for Big Cat Country, when the site was much less popular, and Jaguars Twitter was not even an idea. Our content was more directed...
Big Cat Country Jul 16, 2018
POLL: Will Fournette rush for at least 1,150 yards in 2018?

POLL: Will Fournette rush for at least 1,150 yards in 2018?

The Jacksonville Jaguars only had Leonard Fournette for 13 games last year, but he still racked up 1,040 yards on the ground and a near 4.0 yards per carry average. Now BetOnline.ag has the over/under at 1,150 yards for Fournette’s 2018 regular season and we have to ask — do you think he’ll get there? Common sense would say, “Yeah, of course.” After all, Fournette is healthy again, the Jaguars invested heavily in the run game in free agency, and Chris Ivory — who took 112 carries last year away from the other running backs — is gone. Even if those carries were split evenly...
Big Cat Country Jul 16, 2018
Jacksonville Jaguars Weekly News Roundup: Mid-July

Jacksonville Jaguars Weekly News Roundup: Mid-July

So, believe it or not, we are less than two weeks away from the first day of training camp. In the meantime, let’s check out another edition of Jacksonville Jaguars news and notes, and recap all things Duval in the past week or so. Tony Romo was like a pre-play psychic in the announcing booth last season. He predicts the Jaguars and Green Bay Packers will meet in Super Bowl LIII. Have y’all been reading these “Eleven on Eleven” entries on Jaguars.com? Donovin Darius, Reggie Hayward, Rashean Mathis and the one and only Jimmy Smith all have recent interviews. Quality content. ...
Big Cat Country Jul 16, 2018
Blake Bortles still not bothered by criticism

Blake Bortles still not bothered by criticism

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been the butt a lot of jokes for a while, but most of that stopped last year when the team took the New England Patriots to the brink in the AFC Championship game. The Jaguars kind of game out of nowhere, led by their suffocating defense, but some of their success was due to quarterback Blake Bortles’ play during key times. Speaking of Bortles, most of the criticism towards the Jaguars as a whole shifted directly to the Jaguars quarterback, some of it deserved though a lot of it just way over the top. Thankfully as we know, Bortles isn’t bothered by the...
Big Cat Country Jul 15, 2018
PFF ranks Marqise Lee league’s best receiver on crossing routes

PFF ranks Marqise Lee league’s best receiver on crossing routes

Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee has been often maligned among Jags fans, especially on Twitter, for his perceived lacked of consistency. According to Pro Football Focus, however, when it comes to at least one of the many routes in the playbook nobody does it better than number eleven. The analytics website ranked Lee as their number one receiver when it came to efficiency on crossing routes in 2017. According to the site’s analyst, Mark Chichester, Lee was so far ahead of the pack, it wasn’t a very close race. 1. Marqise Lee, Jacksonville Jaguars – 128.6 WR Rating The fourth-year...
ClutchPoints Jul 15, 2018
Jaguars news: Blake Bortles modeled contract on Tom Brady’s team-friendly deal

Jaguars news: Blake Bortles modeled contract on Tom Brady’s team-friendly deal

Heading into the offseason, there was some uncertainty around quarterback Blake Bortles’ future with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but that was quickly resolved after he inked a three-year, $54 million deal that extends through the 2020 season. It was a contract extension that Bortles recently revealed that he had made the decision to model after what reigning […] The post Jaguars news: Blake Bortles modeled contract on Tom Brady’s team-friendly deal appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Big Cat Country Jul 14, 2018
Several former Jags to compete for flag football championship

Several former Jags to compete for flag football championship

The inaugural championship game of the American Flag Football League, which provides a “Pros vs. Joes” format in a 7 on 7 flag football tournament and has been televised nationally this summer on NFL Network, will feature a “Pros” team that includes several former Jaguars players. Former Jaguars running back Justin Forsett will captain the team known as “Godspeed”, along with fellow former Jags cornerbacks, Alan Ball & Charles James II. Forsett and Ball both played for the Jags as part of Gus Bradley & Dave Caldwell’s initial free agency class in 2013. James is a Jacksonville...

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