Following up on a previous item
. ... According to ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky, Gabbert didn't look like a guy who's made the big jump out of an offseason many of us expected. Reported by ESPN.com
Fantasy Football Diehards Line:
Kuharsky went on to explain there are subtle improvements. But Gabbert still throws an occasional ball into the ground well in front of an intended receiver on a play that is basically just given away. At this point, the real question is what leads any of us to believe Gabbert is capable of more. Not to say he won't improve, but we're talking about a player who finished dead last in passer rating among all quarterbacks that averaged at least 14 attempts per game. Bottom line: Even though the Jaguars expect him to make major strides
this year, Fantasy owners shouldn't consider him anything but a waiver-wire prospect until further notice; he certainly doesn't merit use of a draft pick.