Florida Showdown with Bucs Looming for Banged Up Jags

The Jaguars and Buccaneers will both be looking to rebound when they lock up at Raymond James Stadium.  The Jaguars dipped to 4-and-2 after losing 29-7 at home to the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football.  Quarterback David Garrard threw for 72 yards before leaving early in the second quarter with a sprained ankle.  Garrard is expected to be out for two weeks and backup Quinn Gray will start in his place this week.  The Buccaneers have dropped two-of-three after falling 23-16 to the Detroit Lions last week.  Jeff Garcia completed 37-of-45 passes, including 18 in-a-row during the first half, for 316 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Bucs slipped to 4-and-3.  The Jaguars have won the last two meetings.

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