Odds NFL handicappers see an offense that appears to lack depth and big play capability which is something that the Jaguars are going to have to address for the football gambling campaign. David Garrard enters training camp as the number one quarterback on the depth chart against the odds NFL.
Gerrard had an inconsistent football gambling performance last year as he finished the year with an 81.7 quarterback rating against the odds NFL with a 15/13 touchdown/interception ratio and 3620 yards passing. Gerrard is an 8 year pro out of East Carolina that was selected by the Jags in the 4th round of the 2002 draft.
Gerrard’s performance against the odds NFL last year was one of extreme contrasts. He lit up the Detroit Lions against the odds NFL in week 10 with a 128.4 quarterback rating and yet also had horrific quarterback ratings of 43.1 against the Tennessee Titans in week 11 and 49.9 against the Baltimore Ravens in week 17.
Gerrard has shown great potential against the odds NFL however as in 2007 he finished with a quarterback rating of 102 and a sensational 18/3 touchdown/interception ratio. Todd Bouman, a 12 year pro out of St. Cloud State, is currently number two on the Jacksonville quarterback depth chart against the odds NFL.
Bouman has not been on a NFL roster since 2005 with New Orleans and that illustrates the danger and lack of depth facing Jacksonville against the odds NFL for 2009. Maurice Jones-Drew is the top back on the Jaguars and came off a solid 2008 season in which he ran for 824 yards and 12 touchdowns with a 4.2 yards per carry average.
He added to his overall value by being a top receiver as well with 62 catches for 565 yards and 2 TD’s. Matt Jones was the top wide receiver for the Jags last year with 65 catches for 2 touchdowns but a lame 12 yards per catch average. Jones is emblematic of the Jags lack of playmakers.
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