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  • Steve

    Thinking that Gus Bradley wants to play conservative offense tells me that they don’t watch Jaguars’ games. Not that I blame you for not watching, he told his OC Jedd Fisch to be very creative. Even two different running backs threw touchdown passes. Low scores and stats is due to talent. Offensive line can’t open holes or pass protect very well. Receivers can’t get open and the quarterbacks are just okay at best.