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NFL Week Two Preview: Jaguars at Chargers

Sports Gab Network Editor Matt Loede previews the NFL Week two matchup between the Jags and Chargers Sunday in San Diego.

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2 Responses to “NFL Week Two Preview: Jaguars at Chargers”

  1. Kaitie says:

    So, now that the Jacksonville Jaguars are 1-0, the question is, “Can they keep it up?” Last year the Jaguars couldn’t even fill stadium seats, however, it was a different story on Saturday when the Denver Broncos came to visit. We all know the Jags needed the win more than anyone as they continue to try and improve their game on the field in order to boost ticket sales. Usually, or so it seems, the Jaguars come into the game as pumped up as any team. They give their all for the first 3 quarters, and then suddenly things start to slip away during the 4th quarter. That was not the case on Saturday. They came and they conquered, reclaiming their territory in Jacksonville. Not even Tim Tebow could’ve taken that away from them. How will they do this week in San Diego? Hopefully we can keep up our winning streek and make it 2-0 for Jacksonville. Support our Jags by going to were sporting fantasys are made reality.

  2. Kaitie says:

    As Jaguar fans go about their Monday remembering the loss their team had Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. Many thought after our victory against Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos that Jacksonville might just have a decent year this year. But that changed Sunday as the Jaguars lost to the Charger’s 13-38. The Jaguars just did not play well enough to win this game.
    With 4 interceptions from starting quarter back David Garrard, Jack Del Rio was forced to put in second string quarter back Luke McCown who came in and posted similar numbers to David Garrard in only a quarters worth of work. “Your quarterback is your trigger man. If he has a rough day, that’s usually going to lead to a rough day for your football team,” Del Rio said. “We need him to be more consistent, thought he missed some easy things today,” Del Rio added.
    While many fans are keeping their spirits high saying the Jacksonville Jaguars will win this Sunday against Philadelphia Eagles there are some fans who just don’t know any more. As we hope for the best and prepare for the worst Jaguar fans will have to wait and see if they can make their record 2-1 or if the tables will turn leaving them at 1-2.

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