Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert has shown some positive signs in his second year in the NFL, but he seems to be regressing in recent weeks. Jacksonville is currently 1-4 and their offensive attack could not have looked much worse on Sunday as they totaled just 189 total yards, compared to Chicago’s 501.
Head coach Mike Mularkey was asked whether or not he will consider making a change at quarterback following the team’s blowout loss to the Bears. He responded with a simple, “No.”
“The two pick sixes make it look like it’s on him,” explained Mularkey, via the Florida Times-Union. “He could have played better, as they all could have. There are some things that I would like him to do better.”
Jacksonville signed Chad Henne during the offseason to backup Gabbert, but the team doesn’t appear to be ready to make a change at this point in time. Starting Henne wouldn’t hurt their chance of winning a game any, but maybe that’s not what they are concerned about at this point.