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Bortles looks sharp in Opener
Blake Bortles took what he was given and didn’t force anything. He finished 6/7 for 105 yards in a 13-17 loss to the New York Jets. Receiver Allen Robinson caught three passes for 80 yards and Chris Ivory and T.J. Yeldon combined to rush for 52 rushing yards and one touchdown on 10 carries.
After a dismal 5-11 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars knew that they need to make major changes in their squad and as the preseason opener approaches, it is looking more and more like the Jaguars were successful in implementing a plan to bring in veterans and select draft picks that made a difference.
Sophomore QB looks to be the Franchise Leader
Second year quarterback Blake Bortles spent most of his off season learning new offensive coordinator Greg Olson’s offensive scheme. For Bortles, the difference between last and this year is simple.
“Last year, I’m pulling in trying to figure out where to park,” Bortles said with a laugh Monday shortly after he spoke with the media at EverBank Field. “This year, you come in and it’s different. You know the ropes and you know how everything goes. Now, you have to worry about taking care of your body and learning the offense.”