Jacksonville Jaguars: Why David Garrard, Patrick Ramsey, Trent Edwards Can’t Win

October 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio announced Wednesday that quarterbacks David Garrard and Trent Edwards wouldn't practice and might not play Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Jaguars are facing a short week of preparation after losing 30-3 to the Tennessee Titans at home on Monday Night Football in Week 6. Jacksonville signed free agents Patrick Ramsey and Todd Bouman to the active roster Wednesday, suggesting that Garrard and Edwards aren't expected to be ready.
Luckily, none of those four quarterbacks factor into the Jaguars' long-term plans.
That much became painfully clear in the first half of Monday's loss. Before Garrard left, concussed, as Edwards led Jacksonville's last drive before the break, he had thrown for 49 yards and a head-scratching interception on 7-of-12 passing as the Jaguars' offense sputtered out.
In Jacksonville's three wins this year, Garrard threw eight touchdowns and only one interception; in the three losses, he managed...

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