Updated: September 9, 2003, 12:31 PM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | ESPN Insider
Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Tony Brackens played well in his return from November microfracture surgery, but he wore down at the end of the game because his playing time wasn't properly monitored. Brackens was projected to play no more than 30 snaps but ended up playing 53 snaps. Brackens' bookend, DE Hugh Douglas, also played more than 50 snaps and coach Jack Del Rio took responsibility for leaving his starters out on the filed too long and not inserting fresh players into the defensive line. "We just feel like we need to rotate our guys," Del Rio told the Florida Times-Union. "We didn't get Lionel Barnes in, and we wanted to get him in. We'll correct that, I promise you."