Why I miss Jarvis Jones a little more today.

I think we already knew this, but still, it’s nice to hear it confirmed.

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UPDATE:  This, too.

Millions?  He’s underpaid.

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12 responses to “Why I miss Jarvis Jones a little more today.

  1. RP

    I have to admit i like Driskell a little more after that second comment. That’s funny. Maybe JJ should take him out to dinner.

  2. Jordan Jenkins lit Driskel up once last year, too. I hope everyone forgets how good he was playing opposite of the best in the game.

    • D.N. Nation

      Rambo got a good shot in when he timed a snap perfectly.

      • Yes, he did, and the main reason for that was the double that Jarvis commanded on the same side. A beautifully designed blitz by Grantham and execution by Rambo.

      • charlottedawg

        i thought for sure we’d get called for offsides, but since we didn’t that blitz was a thing of beauty and Driskell had no chance.

    • JasonC

      Well, let’s hope Jordan earns at least a few hundred thousand off of Driskel and the gators this year.

  3. D.N. Nation

    Once again, Jarvis’ line against Florida last year: 13 tackles, 3 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries. Dominant.

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  5. Cojones

    It would be interesting to know if the look-a-like is from Canada or Chicago or LA. Nice pickup.

  6. gastr1

    Well crap. Here I thought the Gators had just given us the ball that day and we didn’t have anything but luck and a soft schedule, as usual. You mean somebody hit somebody and it made them lose the ball?

    • Correct. Jeff needs to stick to the Gator line that they shot themselves in the foot with costly mistakes caused by unfortunate mental errors like not being quick enough off the line to get in the way of Jarvis and not being strong enough to hold on to the ball while it is being punched out from behind. You know. The mental stuff.