Jaguars cut ties with Cameron Bradfield after disappointing start to year
The good vibes around the Jaguars organization have taken a hit with two consecutive losses, but the team aren’t feeling sorry for themselves instead looking to remedy the problems that have caused their downfall to date.
One of those problems has been an offensive line that has given up nine sacks in two games, the most of any offensive line in the league (note this isnt a teams total sack numbers, just those charged to the line). So in an effort to reshape things look time fill in/ swing tackle Cameron Bradfield has been let go after a disastrous two game run that saw him pick up a -7.6 grade (third lowest of all tackles) and allow three sacks, a hit and four hurries.
The team turned to Sam Young for the final quarter against Washington and will now be sweating on the health of Austin Pazstor who quietly impressed in 2013, knowing that any plans they may have for speeding up Blake Bortles ascension to a starting spot may depend on what kind of protection they think they can afford him.