Jaguars versus Titans: #StormWarning (Preview)

The Jacksonville Jaguars will face off against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, at 1:00 pm EST for a chance to prove themselves. View our predictions, stats, and more right here at Generation Teal!

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have an 0-5 record so far this season, for last place in the AFC South. The Titans are not much better than the Jaguars. The Jaguars finally have a chance to  win a game. With Blake Bortles starting for the Jaguars, Ace Sanders back, and Toby Gerhart out, the Jags can win. Who will earn the victory this time?

Our Prediction: Titans 18, Jaguars 21

Blake Bortles. Storm Johnson. Denard Robinson. Allen Hurns. These players on offense can win the Jags a few games. Meanwhile, on defense, they had a much better game vs the Steelers, only allowing 10 points. The Jaguars will not have Toby Gerhart play against the Titans, but we feel the Jags can win this game with Bortles at the helm.

Key Jaguars Position: Runningbacks

Storm Johnson will get more carries, because last Sunday he had a 20 yard run. I feel that Todman, Johnson, and Robinson will do a nice job. I also feel that they are the key to winning this game.

Key Jaguars Player(s): Storm Johnson & Blake Bortles

Blake Bortles struggled last Sunday, throwing two picks and less than 200 yards. He will need to perform at a higher level now, along with Storm Johnson (his buddy from UCF).

Player/coach with the most to lose on Sunday: HC Gus Bradley

Gus Bradley needs to get his defense to be consistent, and the offense to put up points with Bortles. Bradley said this week that they are game planning for 3 QBs to play on Sunday. Yikes. They must call better plays and let Bortles toss it up!

The Final Word

The season can still be saved!. They must perform well (and win!) Sunday to have any chance of making the playoffs, however. The Jaguars are much better with Bortles, and we think the Jaguars will be ready for the Titans, but who knows? Get ready for #BortlesKombat, because there’s a #StormWarning!

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Jaguars Week In Review (Sept. 8-12)

The Jaguars practiced Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday this week for their match-up versus the Washington Redskins.

INJURY UPDATES

As of Friday, Jaguars S Johnathan Cyprien is officially ruled out against the Redskins. WR Cecil Shorts III is listed as doubtful, according to the team’s official website. RB Toby Gerhart is listed as probable for the game, while CB Alan Ball is questionable.

MICHAEL EGNEW SIGNS WITH TEAM

On Tuesday, the Jaguars signed TE Michael Egnew to the practice squad while waiving TE Reggie Jordan from the squad.

OTHER NEWS

  • RB Toby Gerhart was feeling much better Thursday and Friday this week, according to Head Coach Gus Bradley…
  • Josh Evans will get the start for Cyprien on Sunday…
  • TE Marcedes Lewis will most likely play on Sunday…
  • Blake Bortles will not start for the Jags vs. the Redskins…

The Aftermath: Eagles 34, Jaguars 17

The Jacksonville Jaguars put up a good fight in the first half, but ultimately they fell short at Philadelphia on Sunday, losing 34-17.

Allen Hurns

 The Jaguars fell just short at the end as they played conservative during the second half after 2 TD strikes to rookie free agent Allen Hurns. Chad Henne had a solid game vs. the Eagles, passing for over 260 yards and 2 touchdowns with 0 interceptions, for a passer rating of 89. Marqise Lee had a solid game, catching 6 balls for 62 yards. Allen Robinson had 1 catch for 0 yards. The defense had an outstanding game, picking off Nick Foles and forcing two fumbles (and recovering both!). Toby Gerhart had a rough day, running for just over 40 yards. The Jaguars led 17-0 at halftime but gave up 34 unanswered points in the second half.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Allen Hurns

He caught four balls for 102 yards and two touchdowns… for a nomination for rookie of the week.

BEST SIDE OF BALL: DEFENSE

The offense may have had an outstanding first half, but fell apart during the second. The defense remained consistent and stopped Foles many times. They got worn out late in the game, but you can’t do anything about that.

JOSH SCOBEE

He had a rough day, hitting one for 49 yards out of three. He missed a 50 yard-er and had a 30 yard-er blocked. He made two out of two extra points.

BLAKE BORTLES

Did not play at all during the season opener…

 

We will have more in-depth analysis later during the week, so stay tuned to Generation Teal!

Jaguars vs. Falcons – What to watch for

Many fans out there want to see the highlight of the 2014 NFL Preseason – Blake Bortles. But that’s not all you should look forward to. Here’s Generation Teal’s “What to watch for” for the conclusion to the preseason.

#1: Ricky Stanzi vs. Stephen Morris

Ricky Stanzi is more experienced but that won’t stop Morris from putting up a battle. The Jaguars could keep 2, 3, or 4 QBs for the 2014 season, but look for which one of these guys looks better.

#2: The Center position battle

Will it be Luke Bowanko? Will it be Mike Brewster? Will it be Jacques McClendon? Brewster started the first two preseason games, but McClendon started week 3. Be sure to watch for who looks the best.

#3: Wide receivers

Look for Cecil Shorts III, Ace Sanders (who is returning for this game only), and Tandon Doss. Oh, and you might want to watch Allen Hurns and see what he does.

#4: Chad Henne

Henne will start the first regular season game, so be sure to check out how he looks. Bortles will be a story line as well, but let’s see how Henne looks this game.

That’s all for this preseason game! Get ready for the regular season, starting for the Jaguars on September 7th.