The 2011 Luke McCown era in Jacksonville lasted two games (with zero touchdowns and four interceptions), and now it's time for the Jaguars' great draft hope to take his turn. Blaine Gabbert will be behind center when the Jaguars take the field against Cam Newton's Panthers (and as an aside, isn't it interesting how fast the Panthers have become Newton's team?) Sunday, and honestly, if Gabbert throws for more than 59 yards, it'll be an improvement.
What is Gabbert's future?
The Jaguars will be looking for Gabbert to be their next franchise quarterback, but is he truly up to the task?