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Dec 27, 2012 8:03pm
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Jason Witten Cowboys Jersey . —Following
the worst offensive performance in franchise history, the Jacksonville Jaguars
are back where the spent much of last season. Last in the league in total yards.
The punchless Jaguars (0-2) were downright awful in a 27-7 loss to AFC South
rival Houston on Sunday, punting nine times in 12 possessions and failing to
convert a single third down. Jacksonville finished with 117 total yards,
breaking the previous mark (126) set against the Texans in 2004. “Im not going
to let the one game dictate and really define us as who we are,” coach Mike
Mularkey said Monday. “I told them that no matter how you feel, theres a lot of
good still going on just like we felt when we came into the season. I still feel
that way. I think they do, too. Im hoping that one game doesnt curb their mind
like it does some of yours. Im going to do my best to make sure it doesnt.” The
Jaguars did get some positive news Monday. Quarterback Blaine Gabbert is
expected to play Sunday at Indianapolis after leaving the game with a glute
injury. Tests Monday revealed no significant damage, although Mularkey said
Gabbert probably will be limited in practice Wednesday. Gabbert completed 7 of
19 passes for 53 yards, with a touchdown and no interceptions. He was sacked
three times. He injured his glute in the first half, but played into the fourth
quarter before giving way to Chad Henne. “I think its going to be something
thats going to get better each day,” Mularkey said. “Hell be stiff and he will
loosen up each day.” Jacksonville might want to loosen up the offence, too.
Sure, the Jaguars were facing one of the leagues best defences. And while they
played without two starting offensive linemen, they know 117 total yards isnt
going to get it done. Players and coaches believe they can turn things around
with a win against the Colts. “Were not the first NFL team to start 0-2,” guard
Uche Nwaneri said. “Weve got to get back to work to refocus ourselves and put
this behind us. But obviously were not happy with this, but theres nothing we
can do about that now.” The Jaguars spent the entire off-season talking about
Gabberts improvement, the addition of receivers Laurent Robinson and
Justin Blackmon, and how close the team was to making a playoff run. General
manager Gene Smith and his staff felt so good about their personnel that they
decided to draft punter Bryan Anger in the third round—a questionable pick
for a rebuilding team that had missed the playoffs the last four years. Five
months and two losses later, the 2012 Jaguars dont seem to be a whole lot better
than the 2011 version. Defence and special teams blew a 23-20 lead with 20
seconds remaining in the opener at Minnesota, and then offence hardly showed up
in Week 2. Jacksonville ran just 38 plays and held the ball for less than 17
minutes. “I think our guys will take it personal what took place last week,”
Mularkey said. “I do. I think they will respond in positive ways. They all see
it. Its a good football team, and you have to overcome yourself, especially
offensively like we did. Youre going to have a tough time against anybody, let
alone a good football team.” The Jaguars could get a few key players back
against the Colts. Although Mularkey said does not expect linebacker Daryl Smith
(groin) to play Sunday, he said running back Rashad Jennings (knee), right
tackle Cam Bradfield (ankle) and guard Eben Britton (ankle) have a chance to
return after sitting out Sundays game. Regardless, Mularkey reiterated that hes
eager to see how his players respond after another trying loss. “Sometimes
something thats good comes from these kinds of games,” he said. “Were going to
take the good from it. Weve got a lot to learn from that game. ... Im anxious to
see how we respond to really taking a good punch from a good opponent and seeing
how we respond will be important. “Weve got to play better. No question about
that. I think we will. A tough lesson learned and well see how we respond.” Sean
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midfielder fell to the ground clutching his right foot following a tackle by
Keith Andrews in the second half of Thursdays 4-0 victory over Ireland at the
Arena Gdansk.VALDOSTA, Ga. —Luke List won the South Georgia Classic on Sunday
for his first Nationwide Tour title, closing with a 4-under 68 for a two-stroke
victory over Brian Stuard. The former Vanderbilt player finished at 16-under 272
at Kinderlou Forest, and earned $112,500. “It feels fantastic,” said List,
surrounded by his parents, grandparents and girlfriend. “Its hard to describe. I
really put my head down, especially on the weekend. I knew where I was all day
and it was nice to perform under the pressure. Hopefully, this will be a turning
point for me and I can get a few more this year.” SStuard finished with a 66. Sean
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the third-hole lead with List, had a 73 to drop the third, five strokes back.
List averaged a field-best 329 yards off the tee on the 7,781-yard course, the
longest on the tour. “This course sets up so well for me that I just told myself
to stay out of your way and do the right things,” List said. “Out here with my
length I just had so many opportunities. This is a long course but I had a lot
of wedges where I could give myself those 15- to 20-footers. I never felt
stressed out there.” ’ ’ ’ 

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