Hold onto the ball, Murray!
- Dec 30, 2002
- Reaction score
- Pittsburgh, PA--Enemy territory!
I don't assume that to be the case, it's just another reason for the "slow rebuild" as you put it. I hope that the plan is Kyler to be the QB moving forward. That helps us the most. ImoIf that happens, then I would concede another slow year because of the amount of hit to our cap getting rid of Kyler would generate. Problem being, if Monti was already planning for Kyler failing and getting rid of him, why not do it before 2024?
100% agree. Can't stand Meyer.
My point was about how long it takes to rebuild a roster to be competitive.
Looks like 3 years vs 2.
Unless Kyler is a new man.
The Jaguars won their division in 2017 and then finished last (and were horrible) in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 before managing a 9-8 record last season... not sure exactly when the rebuild officially started but it's been a lot more than 2 years in the making!After Jags were atrocious in 2020, they cleaned hoise and got the #1 pick in the Urban Year, right? That year was another complete and utter disaster and then, unless I’m mistaken, Peterson came in Year 2 and that same season they went from the worst team in the league to winning their division and a playoff game against SD. So, it really only took them 2 years to be competitive.
The Jaguars won their division in 2017 and then finished last (and were horrible) in 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 before managing a 9-8 record last season... not sure exactly when the rebuild officially started but it's been a lot more than 2 years in the making!
Fair - but they had multiple years of high draft picks - the #1 overall in 2022 and 2021 along with another 1st rounder each year, a top 10 pick and another 1st rounder in 2020, and a top 10 pick in 2019.When a new regime takes over, that’s a hard demarcation line to start judging how long it takes them to become competitive, IMO.
Dak thought he looked him off and White baited him with it. If you watch the play, Dak looks left, white shuffles left, and then drops right into the throwing lane.Dak is amazing. He makes an absolutely incredible play to get them in scoring position on the previous drive. He and White are jawing. But at the end of the game when the game is on the line he throws into triple coverage, direct to White who I guess he didn't see.
Great play by Kyzir staying home but how can a veteran QB do that? Reminder, it wasn't 4th down it was 3rd, he didn't have to force the ball in there.