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    After Today's Game

    I think it's safe to say that the Jaguars turned some heads today with the way they played, barely losing to one of the league's best teams, the Texans, in overtime. They served notice to the league that they're a team that's not to be messed with from here out!!!

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    Nobody else thinks the Jaguars turned some heads today?

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    They didn't turn any heads.

    In fact, they just solidified the fact that they're terrible.

    Only a truly horrible team blows a lead that big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetfan16 View Post
    Nobody else thinks the Jaguars turned some heads today?
    yea they did!

    Same way the jets put the league on notice by bringing our division opponent the pats to OT, then lost to Miami and Seattle in embarrassing fashion!

    Oh wait.... nvm. I disagree with your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jetfan16 View Post
    Nobody else thinks the Jaguars turned some heads today?
    It should have turned a lot of heads. On a team with little overall talent, a change at one single position resulted in a huge change in performance. Gabbert gets replaced by journeyman Henne and the offense was instantly better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    It should have turned a lot of heads. On a team with little overall talent, a change at one single position resulted in a huge change in performance. Gabbert gets replaced by journeyman Henne and the offense was instantly better.
    Wonder what heat the coaching staff are now getting for not playing Henne? I gess they have in mind that Gabbert is meant to be the future.

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