JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--He so believes strongly in the culture he's trying to create, Jaguars Coach Gus Bradley said today at his Monday press conference he will remain stubborn in that area. That's despite an 0-4 start to a season in which the offense has scored just 31 points in four games.
Still Bradley remains steadfast in his support of his quarterback, Blaine Gabbert. When asked if he's endorsing him for Gabbert's confidence sake, Bradley said no, in fact, "I would probably be stronger now after watching tape". Gabbert has really struggled in his two games this season completing less than fifty percent with no touchdowns and five interceptions. His NFL quarterback rating has him 34th in the NFL almost thirty points behind the 33rd rated quarterback. "I think I saw him use some freedom, I saw him scramble around and make a play to Clay Harbor, and I saw him make an explosive play to Ace".
The Jags came through the game relatively uninjured except for tight end Marcedes Lewis who re-injured his calf muscle. Bradley says Lewis will continue to rehab and isn't necessarily out this week.
The Jaguars have Tuesday off and then will begin preparations for another struggling team, the St. Louis Rams on Wednesday.