The Jacksonville Jaguars will not win a game with Blaine Gabbert at the helm

Blaine Gabbert is not a man for the NFL.

Blaine Gabbert and the Jaguars played pathetically in a 37-3 loss to the Indianapolis Colts Sunday in Jacksonville.

The 23-year-old Gabbert threw three interceptions and managed to make Indianapolis resemble the 1985 Chicago Bears.

Despite possessing great athleticism and a powerful arm, Gabbert can’t read a secondary, overreacts to pressure and is hideously inaccurate.

Without throwing a single touchdown, Gabbert has chucked five turnovers for 300 yards in two games this season.

Particularly concerning, the 10th pick in 2011 has completed an atrocious 49.3% of his 67 attempts.

Gabbert has a dearth of weapons to work with and is backed by a feeble offensive line that couldn’t block Lennay Kukua.

Nevertheless, sitting at 0-4 in the AFC South and sporting the most anemic attack in the league, Jacksonville must start Chad Henne when they travel to St. Louis on October 6.

Although the 28-year-old Henne doesn’t exactly evoke memories of Johnny Unitas, the former Wolverine is far more reliable and efficient than Gabbert.

Henne could possibly prevent Jacksonville from equaling the 2008 Detroit Lions’ record for futility.

Regardless of what occurs over the next 12 contests, Jacksonville general manager Dave Caldwell will axe both Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne in March.

Subsequently, the Jaguars will take a new signal caller first overall in May and force that poor bastard to relocate to “The Bold New City of the South.”

facebooktwittergoogle_pluspinterestlinkedinby feather
rssby feather
This entry was posted in Football and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply