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The 2012 NFL season, the 93rd regular season of the National Football League, is set to begin Wednesday, September 5, 2012, and will end with Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
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Robinson isn't the only problem in the Jaguars' passing offense. First-round draft pick Justin Blackmon finally agreed to a contract Monday, and has already missed vital practice time. Bratkowski praised the progress of Blaine Gabbert, but said the second-year quarterback needs help.
"That passing game right now is not very good," he said. "It starts with the protection, the drops, running the routes improperly. I know when you stand on the sidelines and look at it a lot of times it looks like it's a quarterback, but I'll be honest with you many cases the quarterback is getting fooled or he's under pressure and having to make decisions faster than you would want him to make."
Blackmon could be on the field Tuesday, adding another piece to the puzzle. But it certainly sounds like the Jaguars still have a lot of work to do. We're sure Maurice Jones-Drew can't wait to get back to work.
What can get lost in the drama and hype is an understanding of what this team really is. In short, it’s a franchise that’s generally well run upstairs (General Manager Mike Tannenbaum has a good eye for maximizing the depth of his roster) and in the meeting rooms (Ryan and his staff always concoct a wide range of shrewd game plans over the course of a season). This has led to surprisingly deep postseason runs in two of the last three seasons.
But this is also a team with inherent limitations, particularly on offense. The Jets are weak in some of the worst areas to be weak. Last season, that caught up to them. (Some would say that a fractured locker room led to the downfall; locker rooms rarely fracture when guys are playing well, though.)
There have been changes over the off-season. The former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano was hired to reconstruct the anemic offense, while Ryan and his top assistant, Mike Pettine, are tweaking the defensive scheme. Quality hands-on coaching has propelled the Jets to overachieve before, but as last year showed, that can only take you so far. So here’s another guarantee: the New York Jets will miss the playoffs for the second straight year unless some key players improve.
Smith's five interceptions last year (at a low 1.12 percent of his passes) were his lowest total since 2007 when he threw four, but only played in seven games. Smith's other interception totals during his NFL career include 11, 16, 12 and 10.
This year on 3rd-and-9, the 49ers offense won't still be content with a two-yard check-down. Randy Moss will be on the field. Do you know what Randy Moss is like when he doesn't get the ball?
The great defense last year was aided because of great field position due to the lack of offensive turnovers. This season, the turnovers should increase and the defense will have to work a little more to stop opponents from scoring.
If you want to find trash talk for this game, all you have to do is find Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr, because he has been all over the media about his distaste for the Giants.
Here is what Carr told the media on Monday about this rivalry that he is about to partake in for the first time. (via CBS New York)
“They’ve had great success, winning two Super Bowls in the past five years, however it is. I think guys are kind of getting tired of seeing that. So now it’s to the point, guys are getting fed up. It’s pretty much the attitude, ‘When is it going to be our time?’"
It's not exactly the most noteworthy quote, but it does give a glimpse into the psyche of where the Cowboys are at right now. They want to be where the Giants are so badly that it is taking a toll on their minds.