Colts-Jaguars: Looks Like the Same Old Situation in Jacksonville

Posted: 14th September 2009 by James Walker in NFL
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Some may argue that the Jacksonville Jaguars played hard and fought even harder during Sunday's loss to the Indianapolis Colts. I beg to differ; it was difficult and painful to watch. Is it Dirk Koetter's plan to burn up Maurice Jones-Drew while ignoring other offensive weapons at his disposal? Five of Garrard's 14 completions were to MJD, while Torry Holt only had three. Marcedes Lewis caught three as well, but how he is still on the roster is puzzling to me. Back to MJD; he also had 21 carries for 97 yards with an average of 4.6 yards per carry. Very respectable numbers indeed, but if this is all the Jaguars can offer on offense, we are in for a very long season. Out of the 228 total yards of offense the Jaguars were able to muster, MJD was responsible for 123 of those yards or 54 percen ...

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