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The 2012 NFL season, the 93rd regular season of the National Football League, is set to begin Wednesday, September 5, 2012, and will end with Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
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The team appears to be high on undrafted rookie linebacker Julian Stanford out of Wagner. With Clint Session’s future in doubt because of post-concussion issues, Russell Allen is likely to start opposite Daryl Smith outside. Stanford could make the team as a special teamer who can provide depth. Brandon Marshall, a fifth-round pick, also has what looks to be an NFL-ready linebacker frame.
Mike Thomas needs Blackmon signed, in camp, and taking the bulk of the snaps at one of the two outside receiver spots. I’m convinced that to get his head right, Thomas needs to be given the slot role and asked to focus on it exclusively. And his snaps were cut down during my visit, as Shorts began to work at the front of the line in Blackmon’s Z spot. The slot is what Thomas is best suited for, and his performance has slipped when he’s been expected to do more. He had a lot of drops early in camp. Mularkey agrees with the potential for less to be more with Thomas.
It's easy to pile most of last year's failings on quarterback Blaine Gabbert. There's no dodging the simple truth that Gabbert wasn't ready to be an NFL starter in 2011. Still, others will have to step up to turn the NFL's worst offense around.
The passing game always starts with the quarterback, but it ends with the receivers. The addition of Laurent Robinson, Lee Evans and Justin Blackmon should create mismatches in the Jaguars' favor. With receivers creating space, Gabbert should be able to make plays that simply weren't available to him a season ago.
The offensive line will also have to pick up some of the slack. The line may not have been responsible for all of Blaine Gabbert's 40 sacks in 2011, but they certainly missed opportunities to help their young quarterback out of tough positions. The Jaguars are hoping that Eben Britton's return to the right tackle position will provide the stability the offensive line needs to gel as a unit.
There's no denying that the Jaguars defense will play an enormous role in 2012, but the fate of the Jaguars is set squarely on the offense's shoulders.
The Cowboys have been haunted by not being able to find their way to the Super Bowl, and have missed the playoffs in each of the last two seasons. Jerry Jones has said that this could be their last chance to win a championship for a while.
Tony Romo had his best season last year, and is still being heavily criticized by just about everyone. Signing Kyle Orton will only make him hungrier and angrier. Romo has proven that he can be a good quarterback. He just needs to be consistent, and more importantly, win when he absolutely needs to.
DeMarco Murray is probably going to be the starter after Felix Jones couldn't even pass a conditioning test on the first try. Murray is seen as the Cowboys most complete back since Emmitt Smith.
Dez Bryant is such a talented receiver. It's just disappointing how he makes such poor decisions off the field (like allegedly beating his own mother). If he can get it together, he will be the best Cowboys receiver since Michael Irvin. Miles Austin is talented as well, but can't seem to get past his hamstring problems. Jason Witten is a future Hall of Fame tight end and is probably the most stable receiver the team has.