However, after watching the game tape, Jags coach Gus Bradley actually was more impressed with the quarterback than he was after the game.
Bradley is citing consecutive plays of 31 and 27 yards to start the fourth quarter. On both plays, Gabbert was flushed from the pocket and was able to connect with his receiver. They were the Jaguars' only plays of 16 yards or more.
Gabbert struggled to get the ball out quickly, and he rarely made the right read. To be fair, he didn't receive much help from his wideouts. He tried to force some throws into tight windows, and each of his interceptions came on tipped balls.
No quarterback on the roster can make a difference for the Jaguars. We believe Bradley knows this. Finding the bright spots in Gabbert's play is his only move.