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Real in the Field Gulls: Eric Stoner on the Jaguars, evaluating offensive line, and "Why bad teams stay bad"

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Eric Stoner talks Jaguars, draft.

Former Seahawks' DC Gus Bradley has a 7-25 record after two seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but is poised to head into the third season and make some noise in the AFC South. In a follow-up to last week's breakdown of Dan Quinn's new regime in Atlanta, we talk to Eric Stoner (@BeauxJaxson), noted Jacksonville expert and analyst at The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (also has contributed to BigCatCountry, Rotoworld, Draft Breakdown, and DraftMecca) about Gus Bradley's performance with the Jags.

Eric is a former coach that has grown up in and around football and his knowledge of technique and acumen for the sport is really apparent. We talk about evaluating offensive linemen, the Jaguars' OTTO position, why good teams stay good and why bad teams stay bad, among many other topics. Give it a listen!


You can listen to the podcast on this YouTube video in the article, or subscribe to "The Field Gulls Podcast" on iTunes and it will automatically download to your devices every week! The more you listen, the more we get to do. There will also be alink to download the mp3 file at BlogTalkRadio.