Mularkey, Jaguars must go forward with Henne
By Paul Kuharsky | ESPN.com
Mike Mularkey says he wonít make any rash decisions, he always evaluates the tape.
By lunch today, that process will be over.
Maybe he will have an elbow contusion to the throwing arm of his starting quarterback to lean on to make a change. Maybe he will not.
No matter the case, he's the coach of a team thatís been desperate for a spark on offense. Sunday, when Blaine Gabbert went down early when that arm got pulled on by a blitzing defender, the offense got that spark in the form of Chad Henne.
The veteran quarterback in his first year as Gabbertís backup played poorly in a similar opportunity earlier this season in Oakland. In this game he became the first quarterback to come off the bench and throw four touchdowns and no interceptions since Steve Young in 1987.
Looks like you guys will have that #1 pick locked up tight now. I'm so pissed at how this organization can even suck at sucking.