Lamm at Large

The NFL is still a game of blocking and tackling

todayJanuary 9, 2024


How are these things alike?


Superman and Clark Kent; Batman and Bruce Wayne; Jekyll and Hyde; the Jaguars.


All four have split personalities.


For back-to-back seasons, the Jaguars have played one good half, one horrible half. Last season it was awful then good. This season the team that started 8-3 and was contending for the AFC’s No.1 seed fell apart. The blame belongs everywhere: offense, defense, special teams and coaching.


No one can point fingers. Suddenly, the defense couldn’t stop the run or cover; the offense couldn’t pass or run; they couldn’t make a field goal; and there were strange decisions made from the sideline.


What’s next?


The answers are in free agency and the draft. For the sake my friends who are Jaguars fans, I say PLEASE sign or draft big. First an offensive lineman or defensive tackle.


Then repeat that process.


Yeah, it’s still a game of blocking and tackling.

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