The perception in Jacksonville is that David Garrard did not have a good game against the Colts. Correction: He did not have a good second half. If the game had been just the first quarter, David Garrard was playing well. So what changed? Well first, Garrard had two rookie tackles guarding him. He had Dwight Freeny constantly beating Monroe on the outside. He had receivers slipping. Second, ever think it takes a little adjustment to transtition from preseason to the regular season? Think about it this way: even though Garrard did not throw a touchdown or lead the team on the game-winning drive, he did not throw an interception. He had a so-so game, not a terrible or even bad game. He was not Jake Delhomme out there. Yet then agian, some people ask if the excuses will ever stop for ...
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