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Jack Del Rio is a Freak

Posted on: September 22, 2008 9:53 am
 
 

Squeaking by a team (we should have killed given Indy's difficient  defensive state) to be 1-2 thanks to what I would call a lame flag if I were a Colts fan at the end of the game to keep the drive alive for a 53 yard FG, does not change the fact that this Jaguars team is clearly playing with a back up QB who needs to be carried by the defense and the leagues #1 Rushing attack the past 2 consecutive seasons.

It was as if I was getting short changed by JDR playing his there is no way we are going to be forced to watch a the most methodically sophisticated aggressive passing offense in the league on my field of play, while forcing us to watch the most ultra conservative pedestrian passing offense in the league crawl down the field.

Talk about short changing the fans entertainment value. A coach once said, they come to see the QB's play. Jaguars philosophy goes to huge strides to keep its small market  from expanding by not getting it. Jaguars made it deep into the playoffs last year, yet you can't get the stadium naming rights deal done. Over 100 million dollars up for grab's here and JDR is doing more to turn away a potential sale, because companies refuse to have their names associated with a primitive and outdated philisophocal approach to the game that JDR insists on forcing down our throats.

Does JDR think people spend millions of dollars to watch a world class Professional football team play a peewee style footabll game, with drives that  take's 13 plays to go less than 50 yards? Pay millions to watch a team get inside the red zone and put on a clinic for choking week in and week out? Pay millions to watch a fullback positioned in the roll of a QB? David Garrards the 25th rated QB in the league's #'s for the season are  a 1 fumble, 3 ints and 1 TD in the last 3 games? JDR's attempt to pad DG's stats yesterday had the Jaguars coming up with only 3 points while being inside the opponents 10 yardline twice. Generic does not even start to describe JDR's pedestrian passing game...

I know LT and  Ronnie Brown have had enormous success over center, but that is no excuse to put a FB in place of a pocket passing QB. I am so sick of watching JDR's blockheaded antiPocket Passing QB philosophy, make what is clearly a contender nothing more than a pretender. JDR has singlehandedly been the biggest detriment to  prospects we possessed when we rebuilt this team after it was demolished by the salary cap when it was a fraction of what it is today.

JDR is demolishing this team's prospects with his sabatoging antics that are keeping the Jaguars explosive passing game grounded. JDR is a maniac,  there is no room in this league for franchises putting up hundreds of millions of dollars a year to allow their team to be run by a head coach that possess a phobia of pocket passing QB's.

Observations of JDR show clear signs that the man has severe psychological issues with the pocket passing QB. Having to share the Rose Bowl MVP, which is the highest honor that JDR has ever recieved, with the QB: may have been the straw that broke the LB's resolve to maintain a symbiotic state and relation with every position on the team as a HC.

It is as if JDR has made it his quest in life to make sure that a pocket passing QB never takes the glory off of his field of play, even if its his own,  and to that I say what in the hell does this freak have any business possessing any control whatsoever on any aspect of our offense when he has devoted his life in this game to destroy offenses and namely the pocket passing QB who has haunted him. You can take the dog out of the fight but as JDR has proven, you can not take the fight out of the dog.

JDR's whacked out symbiotic state has him clearly fighting behind the scenes as a head coach to not only attempt to shut down the opponents offense, but succeed at shutting down his own. This guy must think he is in heaven by possessing the authority to shutting down two Passing offenses at one time. Reality truly is stranger than fiction, I might be getting short changed on the field of play by my franchise, but the drama it possesses behind the scenes....  Priceless.

Category: NFL
Tags: Jaguars
 
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SANCHO_IS_I
Since: Aug 12, 2008
Posted on: September 24, 2008 1:44 pm
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Since: Jul 22, 2007
Posted on: September 23, 2008 10:58 am
 

Jack Del Rio is a Freak

Steelers loosing to the Eagles has no relavence to this topic whatsoever...



SANCHO_IS_I
Since: Aug 12, 2008
Posted on: September 22, 2008 1:45 pm
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Since: Jul 22, 2007
Posted on: September 22, 2008 1:14 pm
 

Jack Del Rio is a Freak

Oh and the dogs name? Jack.... Jack Del Rio



Since: Jul 22, 2007
Posted on: September 22, 2008 1:08 pm
 

Jack Del Rio is a Freak

I am sitting here on a rainy afternoon here , i am sort of multi tasking here listening Miles Davis and John Coltrane Round Midnight on my laptop, while smoking my Cuban rolled cigar, my kid she is in the other room racking her honor roll grades for college next to my hybrid timberwolf/German shepherd and it is all good. Jerry Maguir is on during the scene where you had me at hello... well prior to that the women in the divorce club where saying something about how the neural pathways in men are set, and it dawned on me how this reality was true for our defensive minded headcoach. Interesting indeed



Since: Jul 22, 2007
Posted on: September 22, 2008 11:47 am
 

Jack Del Rio is a Freak

I know it is not even noon yet, but I will drink to that~!!



Since: Aug 11, 2007
Posted on: September 22, 2008 11:44 am
 

Jack Del Rio is a Freak

I am just glad for a win, the Jags would have been in a terrible position starting 0-3! Agh!!



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