Fans and Pundits debate Bortles, Henne

Even though he was the 3rd overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Chad Henne is still slotted as the starter for the 2014 Jaguars, not Blake Bortles.  Henne was picked up in the middle of the season when Blane Gibbert went down. Gibbert has since been traded to the San Francisco 49er’s and the coaching staff want to give Henne the opportunity to play a full season.  GM Dave Caldwell told ESPN’s Britt McHenry the same on his talk show.

“To be honest with you, probably 2015.  We’d like to give Chad this whole year and go with Chad this year.”

The Jaguars open the preseason against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on August 7th.  Plenty of great seats and cheap tickets remain!

Jaguars looking to close out the season with a strong statement

While the outcome of the final game of the season for the Jacksonville Jaguars against the Indianapolis Colts has no bearing on any playoffs, it does have meaning for the Colts who can improve their playoff seeding with a victory.

The Jags had some tough breaks on the injury side of the game and hope to come back next season stronger than ever.

“The receiving corps has been banged-up all year but they’ve done a great job,” quarterback Chad Henne said.

The Jaguars currently hold the third pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Great seats and Tickets are still available for the season ending game.

Jaguars looking to bounce back against Titans

The Jacksonville Jaguars are hoping that another week of practice will help in defeating the 4-10 Tennessee Titans this Sunday.  The first meeting between the two teams ended with a 29-27 Jaguars victory.

The Jags may get some added motivation as longtime center and 14-year NFL veteran Brad Meester announced his intention to retire at the end of the season.

“It’s something I seriously thought about for a long time,” Meester said. “It’s been a tough decision for me because this is something that I love doing. … But the more and more I thought about it, the more I know that it’s time and I’m looking forward to that next chapter in my life and being able to spend some time with my family.”

The Titans, who are second in the AFC South, have yet to win a division game and Head Coach Mike Munchak is left scratching his head.

“We should have three division wins, but we don’t,” Munchak said. “We got to finish with two here. It does mean a lot for that reason. You’re battling for second in the division I guess or whatever that comes to at the end. We got to beat a team that has given us trouble.”

Great tickets and seats are still available for this weekends match up.