What the immediate future holds, Matt Turk said he’s not certain.
Week 5 of the NFL season has come and gone, but fantasy owners have been emailing me all day long asking, “Are Curtis Painter and Pierre Garcon the new Peyton Manning/Marvin Harrison of the Colts?”
The Times-Union: "Red-zone appearances and efficiency have been problems area for the Jaguars this season, highlighted Sunday by two trips inside Cincinnati's 5-yard line that didn't result in a touchdown."
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These are John Oehser's power rankings for week six of the 2011 NFL season.
Mathis has history with Pittsburgh
The Jacksonville Jaguars today signed free agent punter Nick Harris and released veteran punter Matt Turk.
Ugly morning in the O-Zone.
A look at quotes and stories from around the NFL.
Here’s what we learned in the Jaguars’ 30-20 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday.
The Jaguars have yet another obstacle this week.
Game-day O-Zone. Let's get
Another week, another familiar story. And for the fourth time in as many weeks, the Jaguars’ story Sunday had a decidedly unpleasant theme: frustration, disappointment, regret.
@jaguarsinsider and jaguars.com senior writer John Oehser kept fans updated during the Jaguars game against the Bengals.
And now, we arrive at the point in this season at which blame is the topic of the day.
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Espn.com: "...the Jaguars have won seven times in a row against the Bengals in Jacksonville."
The Bengals are the second opponent of a decidedly difficult stretch of five October games for the Jaguars, who lost the opening game of the month, 23-10, to New Orleans last week.
“Al Davis was truly a pioneer of the football world who made tremendous contributions to the league. It was a pleasure to serve with him. He leaves an indelible mark on professional football from his many years as a coach, general manager and owner. We offer our condolences to the Davis family.” --- Wayne Weaver
“Converting third downs has been a major focus of the Jaguars offense this week, especially facing a defense so good at avoiding third-down conversions.” The (Times-Union)
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If Sunday’s match-up between the Jaguars and the Bengals at EverBank Field exemplifies anything it’s this: It’s simply foolish to dissect an NFL schedule in the preseason.
The Jaguars game this Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals will be televised in the Jacksonville area after enough tickets have been sold to lift the television blackout.
Aaron Kampman’s wait may last one more week.
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As if things couldn’t get any worse for fantasy owners, the injury bug bites again.
The team has until 1 p.m. on Friday to sell the remaining non-premium tickets.