Here is an endlessly strange sentence: Blake Bortles will lead the Jaguars in a home playoff game this weekend against the Buffalo Bills. The Jags won the AFC South, looking at times like a legit Super Bowl threat, largely thanks to an all-time defense, a powerful rookie running back, and Bortles’s improvement from…
Even as the Jaguars started winning this season, there remained a comfort in being able to continue to clown on Blake Bortles for being Blake Bortles. But not lately. The Jags are in the playoffs for the first time since the Fred Taylor era, and they mathematically still have a chance to earn home-field advantage in a…
The Jacksonville Jaguars thumped the Houston Texans 45-7 Sunday, as QB Blake Bortles threw for 326 yards and three touchdowns with no turnovers. After the game, Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney admitted that the Jags soundly beat his team, but wouldn’t give Bortles any credit.
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Roughly one week after head coach Doug Marrone suggested that the job was up for grabs, the Jaguars starting quarterback competition has reportedly been settled. The man to lead the offense for your 2017-2018 Jacksonville Jaguars will be Blake Bortles.
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles, who at one point had some people convinced that he would be good, has done just about everything possible to lose his starting job this summer. His preseason contributions have been a series of sad and bewildering lowlights, he’s been quietly cursed by at least one receiver during…
ESPN televised Jacksonville’s preseason game Thursday—a rare national game for the Jaguars—which meant a lot of people who would otherwise never think about Blake Bortles now had to think about Blake Bortles. The general takeaway was Holy shit, this guy’s terrible.
Blake Bortles is, believe it or not, still Blake Bortles. He made this fact abundantly clear tonight, in a preseason game against the Buccaneers that is best encapsulated by this pass attempt:
NFL practices are a fun, affordable way to see your favorite players up close. If you’re near enough to the field, you can even hear what they say. On this pass from constantly underperforming QB Blake Bortles to receiver Allen Robinson, we get a little insight into the mystery that is the Jacksonville Jaguars, and…
The national football schedule hasn’t even started and already the Jaguars are in the news. It says here that QB Blake Bortles is “sick and tired of being below average.”
Upon witnessing Blake Bortles throw an interception off his own player’s shoe last week against the Texans, you may have thought: “Well, here’s something I’ll never see again in my life.” If so, may I say: Friend, you underestimated Blake Bortles.
The Jaguars entered this season with expectations of contending for a playoff spot. Instead, after a 24-21 loss to the Texans, they’re 2-7 and haven’t won a game in a month. It’s been a grim season, but thankfully Blake Bortles is dedicated to supplying his fans with much needed dosages of slapstick comedy.
The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 26-21 in a preseason game last night. Let’s see how Jags quarterback Blake Bortles felt about the win:
The AFC South is a carnival of incompetence and bad luck; the Indianapolis Colts began the year thinking they were a Super Bowl contender only to collapse with vigor; the Houston Texans have lost all their offensive players worth a damn and their talisman has a broken paw; the Titans are cleaning house, and are, well,…
Blake my friend, you have to pass it before you go past the line of scrimmage. I understand that the blue line on the broadcasts isn’t on the field, but c’mon man, this is at least four yards past the line. You got it? Cool.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are bad. But just how bad are they? For more, we turn to a five-day-old story involving David Garrard.
It was almost a sad and beautiful comeback against a team nearly as feeble as they are, but it was ruined by someone's big stupid paw knocking down a long, last-second field goal attempt.
On this morning's Dan Patrick Show, UCF quarterback Blake Bortles shared one of the more unusual lines of questioning he faced at the NFL Combine: