How the Jacksonville Jaguars Can Get the Most out of Denard Robinson in 2014

September 20, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After a lot of optimism in the offseason, the Jacksonville Jaguars have had a less-than-spectacular start to the regular season, sitting at 0-2. One of the biggest factors for their lack of success, including surrendering a 17-point halftime lead against the Philadelphia Eagles, has been the inability to move the ball on offense, specifically the run game.
Free-agent acquisition Toby Gerhart has had almost no luck running the ball. Through two games, he has 50 yards on 25 carries, including just eight yards on seven carries against the Washington Redskins. Worse yet, he suffered a sprained ankle in the first game of the season that severely limited his impact last weekend. 
What is puzzling is the player who was expected to provide the lightning to Gerhart's thunder has been almost nonexistent this season. Denard Robinson has just three carries for eight yards. This is something that needs to change if the Jaguars are going to find any success in the run game or in the r...

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