If you were up last night, you may have seen a link in the "Daily Links" directing you to this article. Maurice Jones-Drew recently appeared on the NFL Network and questioned why the Jaguars moved up to draft QB, Blaine Gabbert. For those of you that missed it, this is the paragraph I'm talking about:
"In a Monday night appearance on NFL Network’s Total Access, Jones-Drew said that the Jaguars should have gone in another direction in round one. “I just feel like what we needed as an offense wasn’t a new quarterback, we just needed another year amongst each other because we had a lot of new players come in,” Jones-Drew said. “You see a team like the Patriots or the Steelers or the Colts, those guys [have] been in the same system for the 10, 12 years together, and so that’s what we’re trying to grow right now.”"