Jaguars hire Jedd Fisch as offensive coordinator

New Jaguars coach Gus Bradley’s going with what he knows, hiring University of Miami offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch for the same job on his new staff, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Fisch and Bradley worked together with the Seahawks in 2010, before Fisch left his quarterbacks coach job to return to college.

Now, if the Jaguars can recruit a quarterback, they’ll be well on their way to improvement.

11 responses to “Jaguars hire Jedd Fisch as offensive coordinator

  1. It will be interesting to see what kind of scheme he will run in the Pros. Personally, I was hoping for someone with some knowledge of the Pistol offense but I would love to see a Texans/Ravens style offense in Jax.

  2. Perfect pick, he’s worked with Bradley before up in Seattle. There’s good things happening in Jacksonville.

    Young, energetic leadership instead of the NFL retreads like Lovie, Cowher, Gruden, et al.

    Go Jags.

  3. If I was a Jags fan, I’d be more inclined to let Bradley take out a flier on a d coordinator. But hte offense, I’d of wanted someone more established

  4. What fans are they expecting to show up at Jags games after they shunned our Christian brother Tim Tebow for his Faith.?

    The NY Jets and Jags both committed financial suicide with Christian NFL fans for what they did to Tebow!

  5. Jan 19, 2013 10:05 AM

    This may not be a sexy pick, but Bratkowski was horrendous and predictable

    I agree 100%…keep cleaning house to get the Gene Smith built STINK off of the Jags.

    We need more talent, speed, toughness, and a major increase in CAJONES around here…unbelievable what a WIMPFEST the Jags turned into under Gene Smith and it went overdrive under Mularkey.

  6. crappygovernment says: Jan 19, 2013 12:59 PM

    What fans are they expecting to show up at Jags games after they shunned our Christian brother Tim Tebow for his Faith.?


    The same 65,000 per game that showed up last year for a 2-14 team that did not have Tim Tebow. Jags fans do not want Tim Tebow. That’s a fact.

  7. Gabbert gets to learn his third different offensive system in less than two years in the NFL. Under his third different O.C., his fourth different position coach (yet to be hired), and his fourth different head coach.

    Newton goes back to school to learn how to spell the word “sociology”. Still, I’m betting Gabbert completes his task quicker.

  8. @crappygovernment—No one shunned Tim Tebow for his Christian faith….he has not been chosen or kept around because he isn’t accurate, and can’t read defenses…the the final reason that teams wont’t take a chance is because of you…look in the mirror….those screaming for him in the stands and creating such a distraction that the aggravation isn’t worth it for any team.

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