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Game Ball: Blaine Gabbert, Jacksonville Jaguars
Stats: 13-of-16, 113 passing yards and two touchdowns
Blaine Gabbert entered the season with a lot of pressure to improve off his disappointing rookie campaign. So far this preseason, he's looked far better than he did last year. A lot of that has to do with the additions made in the offseason.
The Jacksonville Jaguars signed Laurent Robinson, drafted Justin Blackmon and named Mike Mularkey as their new head coach. All three of these moves promise to help Gabbert take a few steps forward in his development.
Runner-Up: Justin Blackmon, Jacksonville Jaguars
Stats: four receptions, 48 receiving yards and one touchdown
There has been a lot of negative vibes surrounding Justin Blackmon's first few months with the Jaguars. His DUI arrest and short holdout haven't given fans much to be happy about. However, his first action showed that he's an excellent talent.
Blackmon is a tough football player who just knows how to make plays. He already looks like one of Blaine Gabbert's favorite targets. This relationship has the potential to significantly increase the production of the Jaguars offense.