If you watched the Jaguars 32-35 overtime, pre-season defeat at the hands of the Buffalo Bills last night, you're probably as disappointed as I am at a few things that happened in the game. I know the knee-jerk reaction is to panic, but that's not necessary. Let's take a step back, and look at exactly what went wrong on Saturday night.
The broadcasting crew, at least where I was watching it, was a Bills crew, and they were some of the worst broadcasters I've ever had the misfortune of hearing. I just want to point out that the pass interference that set up a Jaguars' touchdown was PI because the defender stuck his arm at as an arm-bar, blocking the receiver from making a play on the ball. It was the right call, but the commentators never picked up on that. Now that that's out of the way, let's talk about the Jaguars.