Four takeaways: How will Jaguars respond to dreadful showing in Philly?
The Jaguars went to Philadelphia with a chance to come home tied for the best record in the NFL. Instead, after building a 14-0 lead, they gave the game away, losing to the Eagles 29-21. Here are my four biggest takeaways from the game:
Four takeaways: Defense shines, season gets a boost with win
The Jaguars shocked the NFL world in a 9-6 win over the Buffalo Bills Sunday at TIAA Bank Field. The Jaguars’ defense forced three turnovers, more their total from the previous seven games combined (two). Here are my four biggest takeaways from the game.
Preseason questions for Jaguars: Secondary, running backs and Minshew’s future
We continue our weeklong look at the biggest questions facing the Jaguars as the 2021 season approaches. This week, how the secondary looks to improve with a handful of new faces, how James Robinson and Travis Etienne will be used together and what the future holds for Gardner Minshew.
Jaguars heading toward franchise tag on OT Cam Robinson
Jaguars offensive lineman Cam Robinson practices in the pouring rain before facing the Tennessee Titans at TIAA Bank Field on September 19, 2019 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Harry Aaron/Getty Images)JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jaguars are set to use their franchise tag on left tackle Cam Robinson. [Offensive line coach] George Warhop feels very strong about his future and the development. Meyer said that he feels strongly about the offensive line, especially the interior of the unit. “I see him being part of the Jaguars and I want him to be part of the Jaguars,” Meyer said.
Rookie of the year finalist James Robinson looking forward to new look Jaguars
(Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – After one of the best seasons for an undrafted rookie ever, James Robinson is looking for bigger and better things in his second year in the NFL. But first, Robinson will wait to find out if he is the winner of the Pepsi Zero Sugar NFL Rookie of the Year award. Robinson is one of five finalists for the award, which will be announced as part of the NFL Honors show on Saturday. TWEET to vote: #PepsiROY + Player Name/Twitter handle pic.twitter.com/CPbkolY7H1 — NFL (@NFL) January 8, 2021Just like his simple but effective approach to his rookie season, Robinson is not getting too fired up about the possibility of winning the award. His 1,414 scrimmage yards are the most by an undrafted rookie in NFL history.
Jaguars RB James Robinson lands on season-ending all-rookie team
Jacksonville Jaguars running back James Robinson, right, gains yardage as he tires to get past Tennessee Titans safety Kevin Byard (31) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020, in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton)JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jaguars running back James Robinson has landed on his first all-rookie team. The undrafted free agent was named to the Pro Football Writers of America All-Rookie squad on Tuesday afternoon. The undrafted rookie from Illinois State was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in September after a stellar start to the season. Robinson put his name in the conversation as the top undrafted rookie running back ever. Robinson is also in the running for the Pepsi Zero Sugar NFL Rookie of the Year.
Jaguars RB Robinson in the mix for top rookie honor
James Robinson of the Jacksonville Jaguars carries the ball during the first half against the Pittsburgh Steelers at TIAA Bank Field on November 22, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jaguars running back James Robinson has made the cut for a season-ending top rookie award. The undrafted rookie from Illinois State was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in September after a stellar start to the season. Robinson put his name in the conversation as the top undrafted rookie running back ever. A Jacksonville rookie has never claimed any top rookie award.
Colts focused on playoffs as Jags look to future in Week 17
(Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)INDIANAPOLIS – Colts coach Frank Reich made one thing perfectly clear this week. The Browns, Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens are all 10-5, like the Colts, but are ahead of Indy based on tiebreakers. Will Holden, who replaced Castonzo last week, has been ruled out this week with a knee injury. DEFENSIVE DEMISEThe Colts appear to be a virtual lock to score 24 points for the eighth consecutive week. The only time it held an opponent to fewer than 24 points this season was the Week 1 win over Indy.
Skidding Jags rule out WR Chark for season finale at Colts
Coach Doug Marrone ruled out Chark (shin) on Friday, two days after saying running back James Robinson would miss the game because of a badly sprained left ankle. Chark leads the team with 53 receptions for 706 yards and five touchdowns. Without Chark and rookie Collin Johnson (hamstring), the Jaguars (1-14) will rely on rookie Laviska Shenault, Keelan Cole and Chris Conley against the Colts (10-5). Journeyman Mike Glennon will make his fifth start of the season and second straight. He has two touchdown passes and six turnovers in his last 10 quarters.
1/22: Tom Brady responds to "deflate-gate" reports; D.C. chef teaches school kids to overcome adversity
1/22: Tom Brady responds to "deflate-gate" reports; D.C. chef teaches school kids to overcome adversity Quarterback Tom Brady responded to questions on the investigation into his team's use of deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game; and, at Stanton Elementary School in Washington D.C., a class of fourth graders was treated to a lesson on healthy cooking by local celebrity chef James Robinson.cbsnews.com