JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- The day after the team's first win of the season Gus Bradley talked to his team at length about three dangerous words, " I got it".
Bradley knows his 1-8 team doesn't have all the answers, and wants them to understand that as well. He reviewed the team's first win with the media Monday, praising turnovers created by the defense, special teams on kickoff coverage and returns, and the offense on its opening drive of the second half.
Now he wants his team to build off the victory, and not take any kind of steps back. He said on Sunday everybody was getting a game ball, not because the team won, but "because we got better at a bunch of stuff".
On the injury front, Paul Posluszny, Stephen Burton, and Will Rackley are all in the league mandated concussion program. No word on their availability for this Sunday. Posluszny got hurt towards game's end and was seen asking to get back in, Bradley said he had to tell him he couldn't go back in, per NFL protocol.
Chad Henne remains the starter at quarterback, but the competition remains open according to Bradley because he wants to keep Gabbert involved.
The Jags are home Sunday at 1pm against Arizona.