According to the Associated Press, even though the Jacksonville Jaguars have a 1-7 record, they plan on sticking with second year quarterback Blaine Gabbert.
Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey doesn’t believe you can blame one guy.
“I don’t think it’s one guy,” Mularkey said Friday. “You always go to that guy. Not in here. Everybody is held accountable for why the offense is not functioning at a high level consistently, and I think that goes for everybody. That’s including the coaches.
“Everybody’s responsible, I believe, and I think we can always make each other better. Each position can play off of each other, but we’ve all got to play at a high level and coach at a high level for it to go. Not just one guy.”