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2 hours ago, KhanYouDigIt said:

He’s a member at where I work, golfs all the time. Cheats on his wife with one of the girls that works there. They’ve done it in the men’s locker room, bathroom, on the golf course and I’m sure other spots that I haven’t heard about. They have 3 beautiful kids and his wife is pretty. I never thought he was that type of guy.

Geez really? Kind of wish I didn't know that. 

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Should probably steer clear of this type of conversation, but just keep in mind that you can't always know the specifics/"rules" of someone's relationship from the outside. 

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5 hours ago, Tugboat said:

Poz is so hard to slot in, because he's kind of a victim of being on the Jaguars when they were exceptionally awful for all but one year of his tenure basically.  He was a great Jaguar, on terrible teams, and has had a pretty profound legacy effect on shaping this current generation of the team.

Like, he may have been a greater Jaguar than Smith...but it's tough to say, because Smith at least got to play on some decent teams.  Poz only really got the one year (in a diminished role).  Not really his fault, but it complicates things a lot.  Association with those horrendous teams is a nasty reminder that is hard to overlook.

Poz to me was lesser then smith and Peterson because of their abilities in coverage. 

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3 hours ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

Geez really? Kind of wish I didn't know that. 

For all we know they could be in an open marriage

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3 hours ago, LinderFournette said:

Poz to me was lesser then smith and Peterson because of their abilities in coverage. 

Poz had other strengths though to balance it.  He was one of the best run stuffing LBers we've ever had tbh.

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I don't agree with Poz being over Daryl (even though it's just a position), but I think the reason why he was over both Daryl Smith and Mike Peterson is because of how important his leadership was to the team and how crucial he was in the mentorship of Telvin Smith and Myles Jack. Maybe that doesn't matter to some of us when we are evaluating the list of the best Jaguars players, but I think it did matter to those who put the list together.

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Posted (edited)

Keenan at 7? Idk about that

That leaves 

Boselli

Fred

MJD

Jimmy

Mark

Jalen

Edited by JaguarCrazy2832

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

Keenan at 7? Idk about that

That leaves 

Boselli

Fred

MJD

Jimmy

Mark

Jalen

 Ummm, where's the Best Defensive player in team history?

Tony.

Barckens!

Edited by MightyRx

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5 hours ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

Keenan at 7? Idk about that

That leaves 

Boselli

Fred

MJD

Jimmy

Mark

Jalen

Current players aren't on the list. I'm guessing Brackens will be on the list. I honestly was surprised that McCardell was placed behind Brackens.

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1 hour ago, Adrenaline_Flux said:

Current players aren't on the list. I'm guessing Brackens will be on the list. I honestly was surprised that McCardell was placed behind Brackens.

Yea I’d have Keenan ahead of him

Forgot it was past Jags

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On 7/17/2019 at 8:56 PM, Adrenaline_Flux said:

 

I loved Darius so much growing up as a kid. I wore #20 proudly and loved to hit hard on the field whenever we played trying to emulate him

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15 hours ago, JaguarCrazy2832 said:

I loved Darius so much growing up as a kid. I wore #20 proudly and loved to hit hard on the field whenever we played trying to emulate him

The biggest highlight i remember from him was what i reffer to as the clothesline from hell. 

 

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