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Why Can't we be friends?

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Gabbert still has potential. I haven't given up on him yet. But if he doesn't progress significantly, then it may be time to cut ties.

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The Jags have fans?

all 5 of them!

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This is like ripping on Helen Keller.

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Gabbert still has potential. I haven't given up on him yet. But if he doesn't progress significantly, then it may be time to cut ties.

Sounds like what some people said about Clausen last year around here.

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Sounds like what some people said about Clausen last year around here.

Don't even compare the two.

We'll see what happens next season.

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Don't even compare the two.

We'll see what happens next season.

oh snap.. jags fan shows his true insecurity on the situation...

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Don't even compare the two.

We'll see what happens next season.

Since Clausen isn't starting you really can't. And based on this year their numbers outside of TDs were pretty similar. Sad really........

But as for liking Jacksonville, not that you didn't pick Chud, why not.......

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The difference between Clausen and Gabbert: Clausen was a second round pick. How many second round picks can you think of, Before Dalton, who excelled as rookies?

Gabbert needs weapons.

Clausen had no OL and rookie WRs + SS. He was ruined, as any 22 year old would be under that kind of scrutiny. THe armchair experts who booed him and screamed insults at him succeeded in undermining their QB. It is kinda like being quiet at the game when your team has the ball. Some get it, others are stupid.

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