Blaine Gabbert continues to throw interceptions

Sep 29, 2013; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert (11) warms up before the start of the game against the Indianapolis Colts at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert continues to confirm what we already knew — he’s not a very good quarterback. Just midway through the team’s AFC South clash with the Indianapolis Colts, Gabbert has completed nearly as many passes to the Colts defense backs than to his own wide receivers.

Gabbert is a horrendous 3-for-8 for 31 yards and two interceptions with eight minutes remaining in the first half.

The most recent poor throw from Gabbert gave the Colts six free points after defensive back Darius Butler returned the pick 41-yards for the score to give Indianapolis an early 10-3 lead.

Here is a GIF of the pick-six, via

The Jaguars fans could hold out hope that one day Gabbert will make better decisions with the ball, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Since being a top ten draft pick, Gabbert has shown no signs of development and he continues to stink up the joint.

The good news for Jaguars fans today is that if they took advantage of the ticket giveaway they will be able to enjoy two free adult beverages to help deal with the pain.

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  • Captn

    Don’t ever play Gabbert again!

  • keep63

    i was at the game-both interceptions Shorts had his hands on the ball. Gabbert wasnt all that good but the recievers werent open that often, they dropped passes and he was under pressure most of the game (the O-line isnt doing much at all,run or pass protection. When recievers drop the ball from Brady, its the recievers fault, when Eli runs for his life its the Giants line fault, when both happen to Gabbert the media says he Gabbert isnt very good.

  • Jon Elmer

    The Jags should guarantee the #1 draft pick by signing Tebow. He can’t win anything

  • Greg Fuderer

    if receivers didn’t let the ball bounce from their hands into the defenders’ hands, he’d have fewer interceptions