Players on the team echo the same philosophy that Bradley has sold since his first days with the team

“The fact that Shad Khan, Dave Caldwell and Gus Bradley have been able to buy this much patience has been a massive testament to their vision,” Caputo said. “There’s really no reason why anybody would have to have patience or understanding, from this fan base’s perspective.”

“They had a vision, they had a plan. I think Jaguars fans were just starving for a plan and a message that they could believe in and they could put their finger on.”
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Players on the team echo the same philosophy that Bradley has sold since his first days with the team: Get better.

“He’s concerned about getting the best possible ability from the individual player,” Scobee said. “In turn, that individual player makes the team better. He’s always preaching about getting better. That’s his whole thing. ¡®Get better, get better’ and if you give your personal best then the team does get better and that will translate into wins.”

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Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings: His impressive 2015 season aside, I’m with Mayock, I just don’t think we can trust a guy with hands that small.

Cam Newton, Panthers: In his seminal quarterback rankings for 2015, the MMQB’s Andy Benoit said this about Newton:

A rare physical specimen who can make the “Wow!” throw. Unfortunately, it’s not always a good “Wow!”
Forget what he did in 2015. That’s what pundits have been saying about Newton since he got to the league, so why change the narrative now?

Logan Thomas/Drew Stanton/Carson Palmer/???, Cardinals: Just give the Cardinals any old slob with a heartbeat and all his limbs, Bruce Arians will do the rest.