RTC: Humility is key for Jaguars

November, 12, 2013
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars coach Gus Bradley stood in front of his team on Monday and talked to them about humility.

He eve threw out one of his favorite sayings: The three most dangerous words in sports are "I got it."

The Jaguars earned their first victory of the season this past Sunday by beating the Tennessee Titans 29-17, but they certainly haven't "got it," writes the Florida Times-Union's Ryan O'Halloran. The players understand that and aren't relaxing this week at all.

"We have to remember our preparation from this past week," cornerback Alan Ball said. "Our focus was amazing and we have to carry that over and build on what we're doing."

Here are some additional pieces of Jaguars content from around the web in our daily Reading the Coverage feature:

After suffering a concussion against the Titans, middle linebacker Paul Posluszny could miss Sunday's game against Arizona, writes the T-U's Vito Stellino.

O'Halloran sat down with center Brad Meester for a quick Q&A, during which he addressed the running game and the spirited practice after the bye week.

The T-U's Hays Carlyon has five observations from Sunday's victory, including rookies Johnathan Cyprien and Dwayne Gratz making a couple of key plays.

ESPN's Jeff Chadiha has an interesting piece about the locker-room culture in the NFL, centering around the Jonathan Martin/Richie Incognito situation. Defensive end Jason Babin and running back Maurice Jones-Drew are among the players quoted.

Here's a roundup of items from this blog: a breakdown of the offensive and defensive snaps from the Titans game; Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky and I break down the game in a short video; the weekly Upon Further Review piece, in which I recap four hot issues from the game.

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ESPN Jacksonville Jaguars reporter

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