Mike Mularkey is out of Jacksonville and the NFL.
But That did not stop him from giving his two cents about his former team.
The Jags finished up their third and final mini camp today. They are no closer to deciding the starting quaterback. Even Kafka has a shot!
If Mularkey was still here, he would have his starter.
"I would say Chad Henne, just because I know the number of starts he's had," Mularkey said in an interivew on Sirius/XM. "And I know how our guys responded when he came in against Houston last year and we should have beat Houston".
That is exactly why Mularkey is out of coaching... again.
Under that logic, Gabbert should be the starter because he threw two long touchdowns to Cecil Shorts in two different games last year that kept the Jags in those games. Every team should be fighting for Matt Flynn because of his six touchdown game.
Heck, under that logic, Tim Tebow should be the most sought after man in the league because of how well he gelled with his teammates in Denver.
But this is nothing new. We knew that Mularkey lacked skills in the "talent evaluator" department. How else can you explain what a coach is thinking when he says that his players do well in practice but that it does not translate to game days?
Players aren't the only ones with "it" factors.